Singapore digest news (13.11-17.11)

SIA intend to switch to ecological fuels

Singapore Airlines (SIA) and its budget division Scoot intend to replace 5% of their total fuel needs with environmentally friendly aviation fuels by 2030.

Singapore begins to prepare for the celebration of Christmas

After the Deepavali holiday, which took place on November 13, already from this Thursday, residents began to prepare for Christmas with might and main. Illumination will light up on Orchard Road, artificial snow will fall near Tanglin Mall and fireworks will be launched on the Marina Bay embankment. Vivo City and the Gardens by the Bay will soon be decorated. In a month we will come to the non-working state of the New Year holidays.

Gardens by the Bay will soon be able to please fans of extreme recreation with their new attraction

Over the next three years, another attraction will be added to the Gardens by the Bay in the KingFisher Wetlands area.

By mid-2024, the first Monet's Garden exposition in Singapore will open

The first exhibition, Monet's Garden, will open in mid-2024 in the Flower Dome greenhouse. Residents and visitors of Singapore will be able to immerse themselves in the works of the French Impressionist artist Claude Monet and his gardens at Giverny. The second exposition will be deployed in another Cloud Forest greenhouse – the National Geographic exhibition "Weird But True". The expositions will use new technologies that will allow you to observe amazing creatures on the third level of the greenhouse.

Sentosa on the way to providing the island with clean energy

Solar panels have been installed across 46 locations on Sentosa island, and close to 6.6 gigawatt hours of clean energy is expected to be produced annually.