If you haven't heard yet, Singapore's New Year's Eve fireworks this year will be in the heartlands! This means you might be able to watch everything right from your room window. ?For a different view, selected heartland fireworks and scenes from Marina Bay will also be featured in a New Year’s Eve special by Mediacorp, "Let’s Celebrate 2023"! But if you're looking for that real-life spark ✨ to light up your New Year's Eve, you could always head to an open area to admire the beautiful burst of celebratory colours.
Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://bit.ly/3LnFN1F
Spots To Catch The 2023 New Year's Eve Heartland Fireworks
1. Bedok - Bedok Reservoir
It might be tough for residents of Bedok to find an open area to watch fireworks! But after much scavenging through the Internet and Google maps, HHWT has narrowed down somewhere you could possibly catch sight of the fireworks!
Although located in Bedok, Bedok Reservoir may provide you with the perfect view of Tampines' 2023 fireworks show!
Credit: Valliappan Chellappan on Facebook
NDP 2020's fireworks could be seen beautifully from here, so if we had to place our bets on the best spot for fireworks in Bedok, this would be it.
2. Tampines - Tampines Hub
This popular community & lifestyle hub in Tampines is 7-storeys tall and is pretty quiet at night! Although the hub closes before midnight, many students are fond of camping overnight at Tampines Hub to study for their exams.
Take advantage of the openness of Tampines Hub and head to one of its higher levels to catch the fireworks! HHWT recommends watching from the 6th level along the running track, away from the joggers that might be there.
Credit: Tampines Town Council on Facebook
For an even better view, you might want to head opposite Tampines Hub! The view from NDP 2020's fireworks was magical.
3. Bishan - Junction 8
Residents of Bishan would know about the grass field next to Junction 8!
Credit: Google Maps
This open area was where NDP 2020's fireworks could be seen. So it's possible that you would be able to see this 2023 New Year's Eve's fireworks here.
4. Yew Tee - Yew Tee Hardcourt & Senja Road
If you head to Yew Tee Hardcourt, you might be able to catch some fireworks! An area that once held carnivals and celebrations pre-covid, this area is known for being able to see fireworks.
Credit: liewjautze on Instagram
You could also head to Block 365A at Senja Road! Many residents in the area have been able to clearly watch the fireworks from their homes. Perhaps the best way to watch it from here is to head up the to top floor. That way, no buildings will block your view!
5. Boon Lay - Jurong Central Park
Head over to Boon Lay and lay out a picnic mat at Jurong Central Park! This vast, expansive park has plenty of space for you to meet your loved ones and still be able to avoid the crowd.
Credit:Wee Pay Lin on Facebook
This park is also home to a 24H McDonald's! So no worries about going hungry while watching the fireworks
6. Geylang - Opposite Wisma Geylang
Block 417, opposite Wisma Geylang, is a tall HDB where you might just be able to catch the fireworks! Head to the 17th floor to enjoy an unobstructed view of the burst of colours this New Year's Eve.
Credit: Melvin Ong on Facebook
Since it's also opposite Wisma Geylang, you may want to take a chance by hanging out around the mall to catch a glimpse of the celebration!
7. Hougang - Hougang Central Bus Interchange
The best part about this spot is that it's accessible to everyone in the area! This spot has had known sightings of Singapore's NDP and New Year's Eve fireworks, so there's a real chance you might spot it here too.
Credit: Bp Chua on Facebook
This view may also be best viewed from Blk 673 Hougang Avenue 8. If you head to the 11th floor, you’ll get an amazing view of the city skyline and the fireworks!
8. Jurong - Jurong Lake Gardens
One of the most picturesque spots for a hike in Singapore is none other than Jurong Lake Gardens.
Credit: Bp Chua on Facebook
With scenic landscapes and panoramic views, the gardens are a breath of fresh air. Perfect for admiring fireworks!
9. Tiong Bahru - Tiong Bahru Park
Another spacious open park, this garden area was once the site of countdown parties! While parties may no longer be allowed, we can still usher in the New Year by watching the New Year's fireworks.
Credit: Stephen Leung on Facebook
This park also has a playground so if your kids are bored waiting for the countdown, they can enjoy running around during this exciting celebration.
Are you excited for the new year? Share this with your favourite loved ones to celebrate 2023's New Year's Eve with our favourite Fireworks!