i Light Marina Bay 2018 will return for its sixth edition next month till 1 April at the bay area. Designed with energy-saving lights and recycled or environmentally-friendly materials, the light art installations are meant to serve as reminders to encourage festival-goers and the public to adopt sustainable habits in their everyday lives. Apart from the artworks, the festival will also see a slew of other fun activities to look forward to. If you’re not sure where to start, we have created a comprehensive guide on what to do and where to go at our city’s biggest sustainable light art festival.
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