Q1. What is i Light Singapore all about?

Organised by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) of Singapore, i Light Singapore was previously known as i Light Marina Bay. It started out in 2010 as one of several initiatives to inject vibrancy to the Marina Bay precinct, while reinforcing an important message on sustainability, advocating an environmentally-responsible society and way of life. The Festival has grown over the years to feature not just sustainable light art, but a full array of complementary programmes and exciting events. Returning for its eighth edition this year, the Festival will run over four weekends from 3 to 26 June 2022. 

Q2. Do I have to pay admission fees to visit i Light Singapore 2022?

General admission to the Festival is free, while charges apply for certain programmes.

Q3. What are the opening hours for i Light Singapore 2022?

The opening hours for the Festival are 7.30pm to 11.00pm daily, with extended hours to 12.00am on Fridays and Saturdays. Opening hours for various programmes may vary.

Q4. How do I get to i Light Singapore 2022 via public transport? 

The nearest MRT stations are Downtown (DT17), Raffles Place (NS26/EW14), Bayfront (CE1/DT16), Promenade (CC4/DT15) and Esplanade (CC3). Please view our Festival map for more information. 

Q5. What can I see and do at i Light Singapore 2022?

There will be a total of 20 captivating light art installations that aim to spark fresh perspectives on the environment and world around us. Check out the line-up of artworks here.

The Festival will also offer exciting programmes that promise a fun-filled experience for families and friends while encouraging conversations on sustainability. Explore how you can have an enriching time here.

Q6. How is i Light Singapore a sustainable light festival? 

The light art installations at the Festival are designed with energy-saving lightings, and recycled or environmentally-friendly materials. They serve as reminders to festival-goers to adopt sustainable habits in their everyday lives.

As part of the Festival’s signature  Switch Off, Turn Up  campaign, building owners, corporations and businesses around and beyond Marina Bay will switch off non-essential lightings and turn up air-conditioning temperatures throughout the duration of the Festival to reduce energy consumption.

For the first time this year, i Light Singapore is partnering susGain, a social enterprise on a mission to make sustainable living in Singapore more accessible, fun and rewarding to drive the change towards a more sustainable nation, on two initiatives. Visitors can participate in i Quest to pick up tips on sustainability and stand a chance to win prizes. Using the susGain rewards app, participants can go around Marina Bay to learn about the sustainability considerations behind each artwork. They can also pledge to adopt sustainable habits in their everyday lives on the Festival website as part of the i Light i Pledge initiative. Find out more about the Festival’s collaboration with susGain here.

Q7. Does i Light Singapore collaborate with other international light festivals?

Yes, we are happy to collaborate with other light festivals. 

For more information on partnership opportunities, please contact us at info@ilight.sg.  

Q8. Do you have a general hotline?

For general enquiries, please call or Whatsapp: 8134 7768.