Orchard Road is a really famous/popular shopping area in Singapore. Quite high end, so we weren't necessarily interested in going there to shop. Although, apparently if you go down to the basement floors there are more reasonable stores. The higher you go, the higher the prices. But it seemed like a place we wanted to check out at least once while we were here. So when I heard about Pedestrian Night it seemed like the perfect time to go. On the first Saturday of every month (for half of the year) they close off a stretch of Orchard Road to traffic so you can walk on it and they have different things going on. We really had no idea what to expect what we hopped on the train and headed down there. I don't know what it is like on other Pedestrian Nights but this time it was all about the SEA Games which was perfect because they all sorts of games and activities for kids. The SEA Games are the Southeast Asian Games, where 11 countries in Southeast Asia compete in different sporting events. Kind of like a regional olympics that is held every other year. This year it is in Singapore.
We took this picture of a street magician that we saw for my nephew, Caden, who is always asking us if we have seen any magicians. Now we have. :)