Religion Festival in Singapore

Also, during January and March is Pongal, a South Indian festival spring festival. Visit the Pongal festival village in Campbell Lane and immerse yourself in the traditions and come out with a souvenir or two. The two-day Thaipusam is another of the festivals in Singapore of the Indian culture. The chariot procession is a sight to behold!

Hari Raya Puasa is Singapore’s Eid celebration, after the month-long Ramadan fasts. Arab Street and the Sultan Mosque area come alive in colour, delicious food at every corner and thrills and trinkets to fill up your bags.

Christmas is another of the big festivals in Singapore with Orchard Road dressed up in its winter-wonderland-best. You can even take an open-top bus ride to passively soak it all in.

In November, Diwali turns Little India into a lit-up paradise, full of experiences like eating traditional sweets, applying henna, lighting ‘diyas’ and more.

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