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April
The Singapore International Festival of Arts is one of the most anticipated and largest cultural events in South-East Asia. This festival is traditionally held in the middle of the year and offers hundreds of events, which range from street art shows
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May
Traditionally held in May, Vesak Day is the significant Buddhist holy day that commemorates births, enlightenment, and death of Buddha. This vivid feast is considered one of the most solemn and beautiful, that’s why it’s so popular with locals and to

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June
Dragon Boat Festival, also known as Duanwu Festival, which stands for ‘Poet’s celebration’ is one of the most spectacular and significant for Singapore’s Chinese community. It’s held annually in June. The origins comes from the commemoration of promi

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July
July 12-16, 2018 the art center Esplanade, which is found in the picturesque Marina Bay, will host Baybeats, the largest alternative music festival in Asia that offers its visitors folk, pop, metal, post-rock, emo, indie, punk and electro music. The

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August
As other countries of Southeast Asia, in August Singapore hosts Hungry Ghost Festival. According to the legend, during this month the ‘Gates of Hell’ are opened, so ghosts come out of the lower realm, and may easily wander about the Earth searching f

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November
Diwali or Deepavali, also known as Festival of Lights is one of the most significant Hinduism festivals, which have grown to become vibrant event of the Singapore cultural life. Its celebration is usually falls between the late October and early Nove