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Singapore World Water Day 2019 Opening Ceremony

The campaign will kick-start with the opening of Singapore World Water Day 2019 at Marina Barrage on Saturday, 2 March. President Halimah Yacob will join more than 2,000 representatives from schools, corporates and grassroots organisations in celebrating and saving water. ​


Go Blue 4 SG Night Carnival

The first ever #GoBlue4SG carnival will also be held on 22 March, which will see the Marina Barrage transform into a blue wonderland with food, games and fireworks painted in the colour blue. More than 20 buildings, including National Gallery Singapore, Gardens by the Bay and Marina Bay Sands will be lighting up in blue, as a show of their commitment to water conservation.


My Take on Water

Orchard Road, our familiar shopping belt, will marry the fluidity of water with art come March where community artists will turn 35 glass shard panels from ION to Mandarin Gallery into expressions of water inspired by their personal narratives and memories of the Singapore Water Story. This My Take on Water initiative will concurrently see selected shards dressed up with blue water droplet lights, providing a mesmerising backdrop for photo opportunities. ​

Residents at Geylang Serai celebrated Singapore World Water Day 2018 by participating in the 5 water saving tips hunt to learn about simple water saving tips that they can adopt at home. At other areas across Singapore such as Canberra, Bedok and Bukit Panjang, residents were encouraged to make pledges to adopt water saving habbits.


​​In conjunction with Singapore World Water Day, staff and NSF men at Kranji Camp experienced water rationing to learn more about good water habits. Staff from the Ministry of Environment and Water Resources also celebrated the water cause with a slew of water saving activities.

While most people were relaxing over the weekends, volunteers from Team Nila were busy at various Singapore World Water Day roadshows to rally the community to take up the “I Save” Pledge and adopt the five water-saving tips. Thanks to them, and many other volunteers and partners at various other roadshows and community events, more than 74,000 pledges was garnered to show the public’s support for the water cause.

ArtScience Museum, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, Gardens by the Bay, Marina Square, Millenia Tower, the tube @ Orchard gateway, Republic Plaza, Resorts World Sentosa, Sentosa Development Corporation, Singapore Flyer, Singapore Sports Hub and The Helix bridge @ Marina Bay lighted up in blue on 22 March 2018 to show their commitment towards water sustainability. ​