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These are the significant festivals marked on the Singapore Festival calendar and are the most celebrated ones.

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national day

National Day

The National Day of Singapore is observed every year on August 9th.This day includes National Day Parade,Speech from PM and Fireworks.

v esak day

Vesak Day

This festival is for remembrance of Buddha. On this auspicious occasion Buddhists in Singapore celebrate the birth of Buddha.

lantern festival

Lantern Festival

This festival is to mark the end of Autumn Harvest and also to thank God for his Grace



Christmas is another excuse for locals to eat and do Shopping .The famous shopping arena Orchard Road is extraordinarily lit every December.

food festival

Food Festival

Food Festival is a must for food lovers. The rich aroma of food grasps your senses like vine. Enjoy every local dish here.



Though it’s a Hindu Festival it has been declared as public holiday in Singapore.

Lights, Crackers everyway this festival is a grand celebration.

chinese new year

Chinese New Year

Singapore’s Chinatown area becomes luminous a week before and after the Chinese New year by beautifully decorated Lanterns.

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Hari Raya Puasa

Hari Raya Puasa is also known as Eid Celebrated by Muslims of Singapore and Malaysia.