Best time to visit Singapore

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MAY 20 - MAY 30:MAY 20 - MAY 30:


Kayak Through a Mangrove Forest

February–May, October • activity

Grand mangroves which rise from the northern rivers create a patch of jungles in a global city-state

Malay Spicy Meat Rendang

May 15–June 15, 2018 • food

Caramelized spicy beef curry is savory enough to get to the top of the list of world's most delicious foods

Vesak Day

May 29, 2018 • event

"Three-step, one bow", Dana acts, candlelit procession and other rituals are performed to worship Buddha


May–August • food

Queen Victoria was ready to bestow knighthood for the hero who could bring her sweet juicy Mangosteen

Ride Bikes on Pulau Ubin

February–May | October–December • activity

Take a day off from the city's mess—rent a bike and dive into the green network of Pulau Ubin cycling roads


May–September • food

Unpeeled​ rambutan resembles some exotic red closed hedgehog, and its sweet flesh looks like a divination ball

Scuba Dive

March–May | October–November • activity

Rich marine life, warm temperatures and shallow waters are the main advantages of diving around Singapore

Malay Rice Foods

May 15–June 15, 2018 • food

Malay cuisine boasts unique ways to cook Asian staple food: in coconut, banana leaves, or hollowed bamboo stick


May–August • food

The taste of exotic Asian fruit is described as creamy pudding, yet others complain, it is similar to rotten onions



January 21, 2019 • event

Devotees dance with heavy and prickly kavadis decorated with flowers and peacock feathers and pour life-giving milk to honour Murugan

Chingay Parade

February 23–24, 2018 • event

This awe-inspiring street performance is more entertaining than any kind of circus


December 08–09, 2017 • event

"One world, one tribe, one music, one dance"—that's the spirit of Singapore's most hip festival

Deepavali: The Festival of Lights

November 06, 2018 • event

Full of joy Little India overwhelms with bright decorations, thousands of lights and typical Indian treats

Mid-Autumn Festival

September 24, 2018 • event

Stalls sagging under the loads of appetizing mooncakes mean that the Mid-Autumn Festival is on

Singapore Food Festival

July 13–29, 2018 • event

Singapore food festival is a perfect occasion to try the tastes of Malay, Indian, Chinese and Peranakan cuisines

Hari Raya Haji—the Festival of Sacrifice

August 22, 2018 • event

Thousands of sacrificed sheep and goats, busy​ bazaars and festive treats constitute Hari Raya Haji celebration

Lunar New Year

February 04–05, 2019 • event

The festival is associated with colorful street performances, lion dances, red colors, and a plentitude of seasonal dainties

Singapore Grand Prix

September 14–16, 2018 • event

Marina Bay Street Circuit is about to set on fire when the furious racers are dashing in their speedy motor cars

Singapore Yacht Show

April 12–15, 2018 • event

This luxury show brings the biggest number of world-class yachts in the whole of Asia

The Flying Fox

November–January • nature

If not for the wings, you might think that this is a real fox hanging upside down from a tree

Hari Raya Puasa

June 15, 2018 • event

Muslim celebration of Ramadan's end is marked with brilliant street light-ups and a plenty of tasteful Malay dainties

Bak Kwa

late January–mid-February • food

Mouth-watering thin meat slices endure time-consuming cooking process.

Singapore’s National Day

August 09 • event

Singapore demonstrates its military pride and other achievements of its independence via patriotic celebration

Kuih Muih

June 15, 2018 • food

Thanks to their moderate sweet, you may taste a great variety of coloured chewy desserts at one time

Qing Ming Festival

April 04–April 06 • event

Chinese community celebrates this "clear and bright" festival, bringing foods and drinks to the cemeteries and burning paper gifts

W​or​ld Gourmet Summit

April 02–29, 2018 • event

Having been to World Gourmet Summit one may start doubting what is the truth: eat to live, or rather live to eat...

Hungry Ghost Festival

August 25, 2018 • event

Dances that please the ghosts, occupying the first row in front of the stage


August–September • food

Local bakers engage in an unofficial competition for the best mooncake—do them a favour and go mooncake crawling

Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore

December 02, 2018 • event

Cross Singapore in the largest running competition of Southeast Asia

Pongal Festival: Celebrating the Harvest in Little India

January 15, 2019 • event

Hindu dancing, rhythmic​ music in Tamil temples, collective cooking and festive bazaar constitute Pongal harvest celebration

Singapore International Festival of Arts

February 05, 2018 • event

Arts Festival turns Singapore into artistic wonderland

Dragon Boat Festival

July 07–08, 2018 • event

Agitated rowing teams racing against one another in dragon-headed boats evoke a great excitement

Marina Bay Singapore Countdown

December 31–January 01 • activity

For the last 10 seconds the large crowd holds its breath in anticipation of tremendous New Year firework display


September–March • nature

Densely-populated world's leading business center still has room to host thousands of migratory birds

Hairy Crabs Season

September–November • food

Tender hairy crab's meat goes well with ginger tea or spicy chilli​ and black pepper sauces


June–August • food

Exotic longans make for good desserts as well as main courses


June–August • food

Is there anyone in the world who would not like tropical odor of the Mango fruit?


December–March • activity

Numerous sailing operators located along Singapore's coast allow to sail the country virtually all around

The Great Singapore Sale

June 02–August 13, 2017 • activity

During the Great Singapore Sale the city turns into a huge market place, where one can find everything and everywhere

Christmas Lights on the Orchard Road

mid-November–late December • activity

Christmas Singapore resembles a fairy tale dazzling with fabulous street lights, lovely raindeers and nutcracker soldiers


August–September • food

The largest of all Citrus fruits is nevertheless light when unripe, but heavy when it is full of vitamin flesh