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Singapore Travel Information

When to Go

There’s no bad time to visit Singapore – no matter when you go, the weather will be warm and humid. Instead, take advantage of the country’s unique blend of cultures and visit one of many annual festivals.

Chinese New Year (January/February) – The turning of the lunar new year marks one of Singapore’s biggest parties. You’ll see fantastic parades, chow down on holiday treats and marvel at the spectacular fireworks shows.

Dragon Boat Festival (June) – Cheer on your favorite competitors as they race these colorful river boats, meant to resemble dragons.

National Day (August 9th) – Singapore celebrates its independence from Malaysia every year with parades, speeches and an outpouring of national pride.

Singapore Grand Prix (September) – A thrilling Formula One race lies at the heart of this major event, but visitors can also enjoy concerts by international superstars and a party atmosphere that doesn’t stop.

Deepavali (October) – The night comes alive during this Hindu festival of lights. Visit Little India, which transforms every year into a glittering showcase of colorful lights and traditional oil lamps.

Region: Asia

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