Welcome the upcoming year with your furkid can be more than just watching the countdown party on your couch. This year, soak in the countdown cheer and excitement with the rest of the island and your pet by your side at these 5 venues!Marina Barrage Source: @stumpylegs
There’s nothing like ending the year and welcoming the next with a picnic with your best furiend. While the furkids play, enjoy great food and befriend pawrents as you usher in the new year. Here’s a tip from us: you may wish to drop by early to save a spot as Marina Barrage is a popular spot to watch the New Year fireworks.The Bay Area (Fullerton Hotel, Merlion and Artscience Museum)
Explore the bay area with your furpal and enjoy the various light shows held at the structures around Fullerton Hotel, Merlion and Artscience Museum. After which, join the festivities and join the crowd for the fireworks show.Gardens by the Bay Source: @sirtobyy
Head down to the Bay East Garden in Gardens by the Bay with your furkid for the last late-night stroll of the year. Not only will you be able to spend some quality time before the year ends, but the Bay East area also boasts a view of the city skyline, perfect for watching the fireworks!Ola Beach Club Source: citynomads
While the Siloso Beach Party isn’t exactly the best place to be with your pet, you can still bring it to a countdown beach party with you at Ola Beach Club, located at Siloso Beach. Enjoy the same party environment, the usual food and best of all, fireworks on the beach with the addition of ships firing their own flares off the horizon.Community Countdowns
You don’t have to leave the comfort of your neighbourhood to usher in the New Year. From Tampines to Boon Lay, expect a series of performances, activities and even fireworks! Take the opportunity to host a mini get-together with your furry neighbours and on the plus side, no more fighting the crowds nor price surges when it’s time to head home.
However, bear in mind that some of the locations will be crowded. Thus, it is recommended to keep a watchful eye on your furry pal, especially during the fireworks.