Important Festivals in Singapore

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year: Celebrates the start of the lunar new year with lion dances, fireworks, and traditional foods.

Hari Raya Puasa

Hari Raya Puasa: a Muslim festival that marks the end of Ramadan and is celebrated with prayers, open houses, and traditional food.


Deepavali: a Hindu festival of lights celebrated in October or November with colorful lights, music, and traditional Indian food.

Vesak Day

Vesak Day: a Buddhist festival celebrating the birth, enlightenment, and death of the Buddha and is marked by prayer and meditation.


Singapore is a multicultural country and Christmas is widely celebrated.

National Day

Fireworks of Singapore National Day in Downtown Singapore city in Marina Bay area at night. Financial district, The Ferris Wheel, and skyscraper buildings.

it is celebrated on August 9th every year, it is the day Singapore became independent from Malaysia in 1965.


a Hindu festival celebrated in January or February by devotees who carry kavadis (decorated structures) and piercings as a form of devotion to Lord Murugan.

Hungry Ghost Festival

is a traditional Chinese festival that usually falls on the 7th month of the lunar calendar.

Mid-Autumn Festival

is a Chinese festival that falls on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month and is celebrated with mooncakes and lanterns.

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