Singapore is a city-state island acting as a bustling tourist destination of Southeast Asia by earning a larger part through tourism industry. Singapore island is located in the southernmost tip of Malay Peninsula resembling a diamond shaped island. Singapore owns tallest buildings, greeneries, diverse culture and tradition, casino site playing clubs, stunning nightlife and beautiful landscapes.
With many tourist spots such as Sentosa island, Singapore Zoo and Jurong Bird Park, holidaying in Singapore offer you a wonderful experience. Besides its attractions, country hosts many grand festivals and events throughout the year including Chinese New Year, Hungry Ghost Festival and Mid-Autumn Festival are among the best occasions to visit this place.
Chinese New Year:
Chinese New Year is also known as Lunar year which is celebrated in a gran manner all over the city. This new year means the first day as per the Chinese lunar calendar. This new year is the biggest and most important event of the community celebrated all over the city streets with red lanterns and red colorful decorations everywhere. Decorations done in red color, as the Chinese consider it’s the symbol of good luck.
Night stalls prepare delicious foods and you can’t tolerate to eat such a mouth-watering food. This celebration will go on with colorful decorations and delicious foods and the sound of attractive music. Travelers can explore the Singapore during the month of January and February to see this fascinating event.
Hungry Ghost Festival:
In order to have a local experience of the country, tourists can visit the country during the Hungry Ghost Festival in the month of August. According to the Taoist Chinese, during this month, the Gates of Hell are opened and souls of the dead free to roam anywhere. Believing this fact, Chinese ted to burn the incense sticks and papers and also present some offerings to the dead souls like fruits, food items, bowls of rice etc. Chinese people will conduct some programs at night, and they will tell stories abut the divine gods and goddesses and do stand-up comedies, dance and music performances etc.
This is the harvest festival of the Chinese which was followed from their ancestors. This festival happens in the months of September or October. This festival celebrated with different performances and traditional dances and puppetry shows etc. Thus, book your trip during any one of the Singapore’s festival season and experience this wonderful celebration.