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PARK(ing) Day ’17: A Global Initiative That Turns Parking Spaces Into Mini-Communities At Bugis This 16 Sep

PARK(ing) Day 2017 falls on 16 September 2017 this year and it aims to turn your typical parking spot in the Bugis-Kampong Glam precinct into a cultural festival, all in the confines of a small space.

Anything can happen here, from a wedding ceremony to a pedal powered smoothie stand, it’s up to your creativity so let it run wild!

PARK(ing) Day is a global movement that encourages members of the community to fill urban parking lots into spaces that exude public expressions and community impact.

Singapore University of Technology & Design (SUTD) were the pioneers of the PARK(ing) Day in Singapore when they attempted a little experiment to rethink public spaces in our city, and now it has become a nationwide movement participated by people from all walks of life.

Fancy giving back to the community and rebuilding that kampung spirit? You can become a contributor! However, registration for this year’s iteration is over so polish the idea for the next one that falls on the third Saturday of September every year.

Grab a friend for an afternoon merry around and awe in amazement at all the brilliant ideas that Singaporeans have whizzed up!

Date & Time: 16 September 2017, 11am – 9pm

Price: Free Admission

PARK(ing) Day 2017:  Bugis, Tan Quee Lan, Liang Seah, Sultan Gate and Bussorah Street | Instagram | Facebook

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