2. Celebrate Singapore's diverse festivals

Singapore is a country where people of different cultures and religious beliefs live together in harmony. This melting pot of traditions is most evident in the vast array of festivals that Singaporeans celebrate every year.


Chinese New Year is one of the biggest celebrations in Singapore. During this holiday, the streets are lined with ornate lanterns, and there are parades, dances and an abundance of delicious food. Another famous festival is Vesak Day, a Buddhist celebration of peace held every May. If you're visiting Singapore in October or November, you might be there for the Hindu festival of Deepavali. Head to Singapore's Little India and take part in the vibrant Festival of Lights.


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