Author: Singapore day Editor

Step into a world of wonder with Mickey and his companions at Disney On Ice presents Mickey and Friends! Join Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy, and all your favorite Disney characters as they transport you on a journey filled with music, laughter, and unforgettable memories. Don’t miss the opportunity to witness your beloved Disney characters come to life on the ice at Singapore Indoor Stadium from 11th to 19th March 2023 in Disney On Ice presents Mickey and Friends! What Disney On Ice presents Mickey and Friends When 11 March 2023 (Saturday.) – 19 March2023 (Sunday) Where Singapore Indoor Stadium What’s…

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Chinese New Year is a time for celebration, and what better way to celebrate than by enjoying some traditional Chinese foods? Every year, the Chinese people have eight lucky foods that are said to bring good luck and fortune. For the Year of the Rabbit in 2023, some of the luckiest foods to enjoy include fish, tangerines, dumplings, noodles, glutinous rice cakes, spring rolls, oranges, and many others. Eating these foods during Chinese New Year is believed to bring luck and prosperity, so why not give them a try? Let’s take a look at some of these lucky foods to…

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Celebrate the city’s multicultural diversity, with traditional festivals such as Thaipusam.Singapore is an amazing place to experience Thaipusam, an ancient Hindu festival. Although this annual Hindu festival is not considered as a public holiday, but still it is among the most colourful and important Hindu festivals.The festival showcases the cultural diversity of Singapore and its vibrant Indian community. Additionally, if you are looking for a unique experience, Thaipusam is definitely something to consider. It’s a beautiful celebration filled with music and prayer and offers a unique insight into Singapore’s culture and heritage.And, let’s discover, why it is considered as one…

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Chingay Parade 2023 is ready to welcome and engage with its audiences Singapore. On 3-4 February 2023, the largest multicultural parade in Singapore will be returning physically at F1 Pit Building. In the past two, it was presented in digital and hybrid formats due to pandemic restrictions. The largest community arts event in Singapore is set to return live with over 10,000 people, artists, and art organisations (including over 3,000 performers) taking part. The well-known carnival-like floats and smaller ones constructed by the community will triumphantly return with the resumption of the physical live performance. The spectators will be quite…

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Experience One of Singapore’s Largest Annual Chinese New Year Festivals From 20-28 January, River Hongbao 2023 will be one of the highlights of Singapore’s Chinese New Year celebrations. The location has been decided upon as Gardens by the Bay.Many exciting events, both online and in person, will be held in the days leading up to Chinese New Year as festivalgoers welcome in the Year of the Tiger.Some details about River Hongbao in 2023 are provided below. What River Hongbao 2023 When 20 January 2023 to 28 January 2023 Where 18 Marina Gardens Drive Downtown Core, Singapore What is River Hongbao…

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Let’s celebrate Chinese New Year in Singapore Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival, is a time to celebrate the start of a new year and honour our ancestors. Chinese New Year, or the Year of the Rabbit, will be observed starting on 22 January 2023. It is one of the most important dates in the Chinese calendar.Typically, when we consider Chinese New Year celebrations, we see fireworks, red envelopes containing gifts, and specialty foods. What other ways do people celebrate, though?With a population made up of many different ethnic groups from across the…

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The most awaited art festival is back! Singaporeans and visitors can enjoy Singapore Arts Week’s exhibitions and performances. There will be seminars, gallery openings, and public art installations. The festival promotes art, culture, and its significance. Global audiences can experience Singapore’s cultural institutions and participate in enlightening conversations, talks, public art walks, and tours. SAW is a showcase, gathering venue, and launchpad for Singapore’s artists. It creates. National Arts Council and Singapore Tourism Board hold 10-day visual arts festival. The festival strengthens Singapore’s position as one of the top arts tourist attractions. What You Need to Know? What is Singapore…

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Are you excited for the New Year? Discover the best New Year events that you shouldn’t miss to welcome 2023 in style. Get excited as the spectacular fireworks show is back at Marina Bay. The Marina Bay Singapore Countdown (MBSC) 2023 is the biggest and the most iconic New Year’s Eve countdown celebration in Singapore.This marks the first New Year’s Eve countdown in Singapore with fireworks after a two-year of hiatus. What The Marina Bay Singapore Countdown (MBSC) 2023 When 31 December 2023 Where Marina BayYou should look forward to exciting events as part of MBSC. Enjoy the impressive fireworks…

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With the end of the year approaching, we all start to look out for fun activities to keep our kids engaged.Christmas is a holiday that involves lots of special traditions and celebrations, including an exchange of gifts, caroling, eating gingerbread cookies and much more.If you’re looking for the best Christmas events in Singapore with which you can further immerse yourself in this joyous season, read on!There are exciting activities available for families who want to get into the Christmas spirit. Get ready to have fun this Christmas with these awesome events. Best Christmas Events in Singapore  There’s nothing like the…

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There’s nothing like a hearty Christmas lunch or Christmas dinner when you’re hosting the whole family. You can make it an intimate affair with just the immediate family, or you can make it a big event with everyone in attendance. Either way, the meal can be a chance to get closer as a family and to celebrate the holidays together. Are you looking for the best restaurants for a Christmas lunch? You’ve come to the right page.We’ve listed out the best restaurants for Christmas lunch in Singapore:Edge at Pan Pacific SingaporeAlley on 25 at Andaz SingaporeCapella SingaporeHotel Fort CanningThe Line at Shangri-La…

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