Life-sized stamps to be featured in SEA Games closing ceremony
The Parade of Stamps will feature live-sized floats of Singapore stamps from past till present.
- Posted 14 Jun 2015 22:14
SINGAPORE: Sir Stamford Raffles, Singa the Lion, and the Republic's athletes will be featured in a life-sized stamp parade during the 28th SEA Games closing ceremony at the National Stadium on Tuesday (Jun 16).
The media were given a sneak preview of the closing ceremony on Sunday evening and one of the highlights spectators can expect on Tuesday is the Parade of Stamps.
It will feature live-sized floats of Singapore stamps from past till present. Familiar figures and landmarks such as Sir Stamford Raffles, Singa the Lion, the iconic Changi Airport and Singapore Airlines aircraft will make an appearance.
There will also be a stamp featuring Singapore's athletes from water polo, football, badminton and swimming. One life-sized boat is based on a stamp from the 1993 SEA Games sports stamp series.
The 28th SEA Games closing ceremony takes place after 12 days of competition. The ceremony will be broadcast live on Toggle on Tuesday at 8pm.