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Hello Kitty Night Run Singapore: Celebrate Christmas with Hello Kitty

by On Sep 26, 2015
Hello Kitty Night Run Singapore: Celebrate Christmas with Hello Kitty

The world famous Hello Kitty is back in Singapore, and she's bringing an exciting new twist to this year’s run edition – the first ever Hello Kitty Night Run! Happening on Saturday, 19 December 2015, the night run follows a roaring success in 2014’s run which saw over 17,000 participants and Hello Kitty fans.

Starting and finishing at The Float at Marina Bay, the fun run will feature a 5 kilometre route overlooking the stunning city skyline and Singapore’s most iconic landmarks.

Of course, the race pack was designed with Hello Kitty lovers in mind: participants are entitled to an exclusive runner’s t-shirt, a special limited edition Christmas-themed Hello Kitty plush toy, race bib, finisher’s medal, and a Hello Kitty shoe bag.

Hello Kitty Night Run Singapore: Celebrate Christmas with Hello Kitty

The Inaugural Hello Kitty Race Singapore in 2014

Celebrate Christmas with your fellow Hello Kitty fans and soak in the festive cheer at the post-race Christmas carnival, where there will be many fun-filled activities for the whole family.

Pre-register Today!

Pre-registration is currently open from now until 2 October, and will close once capacity is full! So don't wait and book your race entry now for S$65.

For more information and to register online, visit the Hello Kitty Run Singapore 2015 official website.

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Yuyi is pursuing her studies in communications and communities. Now she relishes in the blend of both entities: communicating ideas to this magazine's community. As the lead news writer, her passion lies in helping people find interesting and timely news through the writing she provides.

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