WALK through an enchanted garden filled with colourful giant-sized plants and flowers, or reach out and grab one of the glowing jellyfish floating in the night sky.

More than 20 light art installations will illuminate the city skyline at 'i Light Marina Bay'- Asia's first sustainable light art festival.

Made from recycled materials like plastic cups and paper umbrellas, the light works were designed by local and international artists from countries like France, Australia and Switzerland.

Some of the sculptures are even powered with bio-fuels from used cooking oil. The event was launched by Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean on Friday, Oct 15.

Organised by the Urban Redevelopment Authority and Smart Light Singapore, the aim is to raise awareness of energy-saving lighting technology.

The 'i Light Marina Bay' festival runs from now till Nov 7. Opening hours are from 7.30pm to midnight, admission is free.

A paradise of lights