ThaipusamThaipusam is a Hindu festival in honour of Lord Subramaniam, son of Shiva, and is a day of purification and penance during which devotees make offerings of thanks for blessings received through fulfilment of vows. The festival centres on the two-mile (4km) procession of... see full details
Chinese New YearLunar New Year is the most important festival in the Chinese calendar and is a time to exchange well wishes and gifts of good fortune. The streets of Chinatown are lit with red lanterns, twinkling lights and elaborate decorations, fireworks colour the sky and... see full details
Mid-Autumn FestivalTaking place on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month, this festival is sometimes referred to as 'Lantern Festival', though it's not to be confused with the Lantern Festival which ends Chinese New Year. It's also called the 'Mooncake Festival' in Singapore, Malaysia... see full details
Festival of the Hungry GhostsTaoist Chinese believe that during this period the Gates of Hell are opened and the souls of the dead are free to roam the world of the living. The Hungry Ghost Festival, the culmination of a month-long opening of the underworld, is a... see full details
Singapore F1 Grand PrixCome and experience the electrifying atmosphere of the Grand Prix as never before - at night! The world's first Formula One night race is hosted alongside Singapore's Marina Bay, offering walkabouts, musical entertainment and, of course, all the thrills of the world's most notorious... see full details
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