Snow, glitz at Gardens by the Bay's Christmas Wonderland

Visitors take pictures with Christmas decorations in the Flower Dome during the official launch of Christmas Wonderland at Gardens by the Bay on Nov 28, 2014. -- ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
Visitors take pictures with Christmas decorations in the Flower Dome during the official launch of Christmas Wonderland at Gardens by the Bay on Nov 28, 2014. -- ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
A boy plays with falling foam "snow" at the the official launch of Christmas Wonderland at Gardens by the Bay on Nov 28, 2014. -- ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
A boy plays with falling foam "snow" at the the official launch of Christmas Wonderland at Gardens by the Bay on Nov 28, 2014. -- ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
Low Jing Ning, 4, holds her face in glee as "snow" made of foam falls at the the official launch of Christmas Wonderland at Gardens by the Bay on Nov 28, 2014. -- ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
Low Jing Ning, 4, holds her face in glee as "snow" made of foam falls at the the official launch of Christmas Wonderland at Gardens by the Bay on Nov 28, 2014. -- ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
The exterior of the spectacular 200-year-old Spiegeltent, specially imported from the Netherlands and pieced together by hand for Christmas Wonderland @ Gardens by the Bay. -- PHOTO: CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND @ GARDENS BY THE BAY
The exterior of the spectacular 200-year-old Spiegeltent, specially imported from the Netherlands and pieced together by hand for Christmas Wonderland @ Gardens by the Bay. -- PHOTO: CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND @ GARDENS BY THE BAY
Yuletide in the Flower Dome at night. -- PHOTO: CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND @ GARDENS BY THE BAY
Yuletide in the Flower Dome at night. -- PHOTO: CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND @ GARDENS BY THE BAY
Yuletide in the Flower Dome by day. -- PHOTO: CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND @ GARDENS BY THE BAY
Yuletide in the Flower Dome by day. -- PHOTO: CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND @ GARDENS BY THE BAY
Solo Luminarie light structures at Christmas Wonderland @ Gardens by the Bay. -- PHOTO: CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND @ GARDENS BY THE BAY
Solo Luminarie light structures at Christmas Wonderland @ Gardens by the Bay. -- PHOTO: CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND @ GARDENS BY THE BAY
The Spalliera, the largest Luminarie light structure at Christmas Wonderland @ Gardens by the Bay. -- PHOTO: CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND @ GARDENS BY THE BAY
The Spalliera, the largest Luminarie light structure at Christmas Wonderland @ Gardens by the Bay. -- PHOTO: CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND @ GARDENS BY THE BAY
The beautiful Casa Armonica gazebo (left) will provide the stage for a wide variety of performances at Christmas Wonderland @ Gardens by the Bay. -- PHOTO: CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND @ GARDENS BY THE BAY
The beautiful Casa Armonica gazebo (left) will provide the stage for a wide variety of performances at Christmas Wonderland @ Gardens by the Bay. -- PHOTO: CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND @ GARDENS BY THE BAY
Luminarie light structures at Christmas Wonderland @ Gardens by the Bay. -- PHOTO: CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND @ GARDENS BY THE BAY
Luminarie light structures at Christmas Wonderland @ Gardens by the Bay. -- PHOTO: CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND @ GARDENS BY THE BAY
Minister for National Development Khaw Boon Wan (left) and Gardens by the Bay chief executive Kiat W. Tan lighting up the Spalliera, the largest Luminarie light structure at Christmas Wonderland @ Gardens by the Bay. -- PHOTO: CHRISTMAS WONDERLA
Minister for National Development Khaw Boon Wan (left) and Gardens by the Bay chief executive Kiat W. Tan lighting up the Spalliera, the largest Luminarie light structure at Christmas Wonderland @ Gardens by the Bay. -- PHOTO: CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND @ GARDENS BY THE BAY
ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM

Gardens by the Bay's Christmas Wonderland event was officially launched on Friday.

Among the event's attractions are stunning light sculptures from Italy, inspired by Baroque architecture from the 16th and 17th centuries.

There is also an elaborate tent adorned in mirrors and stained glass, as well as a European- style festive market.

The event is jointly organised by Blue Sky Events and Gardens by the Bay, and the light sculptures will be illuminated until Jan 1.