Singapore is sinfully famous for its festivals which are celebrated beyond imagination, making it around the year destination.
Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year is celebrated in Singapore with great show and pomp. During this festival, the streets of Chinatown become live and people celebrate this most awaited event with full energy and enthusiasm. It begins on the very first day of January and ends till January mid. People celebrate this occasion by wearing new clothes, decorating their homes and by paying New Year visits to their relatives.
Thaipusam is celebrated by Hindus (mostly Tamils) in the honor of Lord Murugan, which is known as the God of the destroyer of evil. In this large and colorful annual procession, Hindu devotees seek blessings and offer their thanks. The main attractions of this festival are the colorful kavadis and traditional music.
Singapore Arts Festival
For a whole month, Singapore celebrates art with an array of dance, theatre, and music performances. The Singapore Arts Festival brings the best of local and international artists in their quality works and aims to inspire diverse audiences through great artistic experiences.
Singapore River Festivals
The Singapore River Festivals are celebrated for three days by performing entertainment and arts in the outdoor areas around the Singapore River. It includes a good fusion if dining, retail, arts, entertainment and awesome locations. It’s a fun activity for family and friends who want to hang out on a weekend.
The Hindu celebrates the festival of lights, known as Deepavali in Little India, Singapore. It’s an annual Hindu festival of the winning of light over darkness. The tantalizing aromas, bright colors, and the light of thousands of lamps fill the streets of Little India during this festival.
Hari Raya Aidilfitri
Marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan is the festival of Eid, which is known as Hari Raya Aidilfitri in Singapore. Muslims in Singapore end their fasting time with a cheerful celebration of fellowship, forgiveness, and food.
Vesak Day is a time of peace, joy, and reflection and is celebrated by Buddhists in Singapore. They celebrate the birth, enlightenment, and death of Buddha on this occasion.