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Holidays in Singapore

The main public holidays in Singapore include the Chinese New Year, Hari Raya, Deepavali and the Mid-Autumn Festival. Because the island is so diverse, you will find festivities and holidays from different religions and cultures throughout the year. The Buddhist mid year festival, the Hindu Deepavali festival and the Islam Hari Raya celebration are some examples of the holidays you can find in Singapore. A good reason to enjoy a party with the locals! Let yourself be amazed at the traditional clothing, dances, music and of course the festive food.

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  • Chinese New Year
    The celebration of the Chinese New Year takes place around January/February, and especially in Chinatown the streets are filled with beautiful lighting, amazing food, and music and street performances. Already weeks before New Year’s eve takes place, you see festivities popping up all over the island.

  • Mid-Autumn Festival
    This Buddhist festival takes place around September/October and celebrates the full moon during the 8th lunar month. Beautiful lanterns, street lights and food markets are filling the streets in Chinatown and around. Make sure to eat a mooncake.

  • Deepavali
    This Hindu festival takes place in October and symbolizes the power of good over evil and light over darkness. The district of Little India is filled with beautiful street lights, decorations and street shops selling products.
  • Hari Raya
    This celebration takes place around September/October and celebrates the end of the fasting month. Amazing food can be tasted in Geylang Serai and Kampong Glam, the Islamic areas of Singapore.



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