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Established since 1977, Singapore Arts Festival is a month long celebration of local, regional, and international art works spanning from theatre, dance, visual arts, and music organized by the National Arts Council of Singapore. A mixture of events, seminars, a... more
Highly anticipated by locals and lasting a month long, Singapore Food Festival (SFF) is the celebration of the best of local cuisines in an already food-crazed Singapore. Events, themed dinners, culinary classes and worksh... more
New Year’s Day in Singapore starts with a televised Countdown Party on the night of 31 December that ends with a massive fireworks display at Singapore's River Area at midnight to welcome the New Year. Locals generally spend the morning of New Year's Day s... more
Launched in 2005 by the Esplanade, the Mosaic Music Festival is an increasingly popular and anticipated 10-days music festival held around the Esplanade vicinity that features gigs by both established and rising international and local artists. This festival has... more
Singapore National Day commemorates the independence of Singapore that happened back on 9 August 1965. A local public holiday, Singaporeans tend to spend the day with family and friends at beaches, parks, shopping malls or at home. The televised National Day Par... more
Anticipated by locals, the Great Singapore Sale (GSS) is a slightly more than a month-long shopping event that sees discounted prices given for most items sold in retail stores across shopping-crazed Singapore. Organized by Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and a nu... more
Getting older again, and starting to wonder why that is a reason to celebrate. Failed to come up with an answer, and decided to have a BBQ Party instead. And you are invited! See below for address and time. Please click on... more
Highly anticipated and widely celebrated, this is the most significant festival and a busy and bustling time for local Chinese folks in preparation to welcome the New Year as stipulated in the Chinese lunar calendar. Spring-cleaning in homes are done days ... more
Bak Changs or steamed rice dumplings wrapped in bamboo leaves, and dragon boat races at the Singapore River or Bedok Reservoir mark this popular Chinese folk festival. In the month leading up, bak changs become a common sight in food stalls which are eaten in re... more
Highly commercialized, Christmas in Singapore is a heavy slant from the traditional Christian and Catholic gift-exchanging festival in honor of Jesus Christ's birthday. In Singapore, people of various religions celebrate it and shopping malls are decked wi... more
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