If going to events enliven you, you can take a look at these celebrations:
- Chinese New Year – Every February, Chinatown lights up and merriment commences because it is the Chinese New Year. Apart from visiting Chinatown, you can also witness the Chingay Parade and the River Hongbao.
- Singapore Fashion Festival – If you are a fashionistas, why not grab the chance to join the Singapore Fashion Festival happening every March or April? You will surely see and even experience the glamour of both local and international fashion industries.
- World Gourmet Summit – If you are a foodie, your taste buds will surely be delighted when you attend the World Gourmet Summit happening every April. Here, you’ll have the chance to meet renowned chefs and master winemakers from all over the world.
- National Day – The most important day of Singapore should not be forgotten. Our National Day happens every August 9. Celebrate by going to the National Day parade and watching extravagant fireworks and displays.
- Hari Raya Puasa – To conclude the end of Ramadan, residents of Kampong Glam and Geylang invite many people to visit their street lighting and night bazaar.
- Mid Autumn Festival – If you have Chinese ancestry, Mid Autumn Festival is another holiday for you. This festival happens every September or October. Expect beautiful lanterns and, of course, mooncakes.
- Singapore Arts Festival – If you are a patron of the arts, you will surely love the Singapore Arts Festival happening every May or June. Here you can witness modern and classical plays, music and dance. You can also meet renowned performers who will be showcasing their latest masterpieces.
- Great Singapore Sale – Singapore is known as a “shopper’s paradise”. If you want to shop, the best time would be the Great Singapore Sale happening every May or July. What makes this attractive is its island wide sale.
- Singapore Food Festival – The annual Singapore Food Festival happens every July. If you’re craving for a gastronomic journey, you should not miss this festival. You will be awed by the variety of food here.
- Deepavali – If you want to witness Little India’s transformation, you should go out and see Deepavali happening every October or November. Deepavali is known as the Festival of Lights.
- Christmas in the Tropics – If you are looking forward to the spectacular display of street lights from Marina Bay to Orchard Road, you should see the Christmas in the Tropics happening every December.
Here in Singapore, there is always something for someone.