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Singapore 2014 events

Great Singapore Sale

Date :
30 May 2014 - 27 July 2014

Singapore loves to shop, especially during the 'GSS', which galvanises stor ......

Singapore loves to shop, especially during the 'GSS', which galvanises stores and malls citywide. From Orchard Road to Marina Bay and the suburbs, there are bargains to be had including discounts, warehouse sales, clearance sales and all types of other sales and promotions. It's a must for hard-core shoppers.

Venue:
Orchard Road and various locations.

Event cost:
Free.

Category:
Home & Fashion

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Singapore Food Festival

Date :
11 July 2014 - 20 July 2014

A much-cherished, four-week festival celebrating Singapore's pan-Asian cuis ......

A much-cherished, four-week festival celebrating Singapore's pan-Asian cuisines featuring 60 stalls laden with local dishes like black pepper crabs, chilli crabs, BBQ sambal stingray, and other tempting delights.

Venue:
Various locations.

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Singapore Dragon Boat Festival

Date :
12 July 2014 - 13 July 2014

The two-day dragon boat racing commemorates the search for a Chinese poet a ......

The two-day dragon boat racing commemorates the search for a Chinese poet and patriot. The races take part on the Bedok Reservoir, a 20-minute taxi ride from the city, and the festival is a great spectator sporting event for of all ages. Accompanying the event, there will be a host of traditional Asian rituals performed.

Venue:
Qu Yuan, Bedok Reservoir.

Event cost:
Free to spectate.

Website:

Category:
Entertainment

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Singapore International Festival of Arts

Date (To be confirmed):
August 2014

One of Asia's best and most varied arts festival with international dance, ......

One of Asia's best and most varied arts festival with international dance, music and drama has been revamped with new organisors for 2014. Details have yet to be released but British composer Michael Nyman, New York’s experimental theatre company The Wooster Group and French choreographer Jerome Bel are among some of the names performing this year.

Venue:
Various locations.

Category:
Art & Literature

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National Day Celebrations

Date :
9 August 2014

Singapore stops and the parading and partying starts to celebrate the date ......

Singapore stops and the parading and partying starts to celebrate the date of independence from British rule.

Venue:
Marina Bay.

Event cost:
Free.

Website:

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Singapore Grand Prix

Date :
19 September 2014 - 21 September 2014

Singapore held the first night-time Formula One Grand Prix in September 200 ......

Singapore held the first night-time Formula One Grand Prix in September 2008, with 5km (3 miles) of smooth course snaking around Marina Bay under specially designed lights. The thrilling event - which saw Fernando Alonso storm up the field from 15th place to claim victory - is now held every September in Singapore, and the terrific atmosphere and enthusiasm of the locals make it one of the best times to visit.

Venue:
Various locations across Singapore.

Event cost:
Various.

Category:
Sport

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Deepavali

Date :
23 October 2014

The Indian Festival of Lights celebration takes place on the main road of L ......

The Indian Festival of Lights celebration takes place on the main road of Little India, which is decorated with many colourful and bright lights, street decorations and fireworks. Traditional and culture activities, street parade, concerts and impressive bazaars with traditional clothing, saris, oil lamps, fragrant flowers and jewellery all come together, as well as delicious Indian food.

Venue:
Little India.

Address:
Little India, Singapore, Singapore

Event cost:
Free.

Category:
Religion

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Singapore 2015 events

Chinese New Year

Date (To be confirmed):
January 2015 - February 2015 (Annual.)

Parades, lion dances and temple worshipping to celebrate the lunar new year ......

Parades, lion dances and temple worshipping to celebrate the lunar new year, one of the most eagerly anticipated events of the year. Symbolically, new clothes are usually worn to signify the new year and homes are thoroughly cleaned to sweep away any ill-fortune. Families visit one another, with little red packets, or “hong bao”, filled with money, gifted to children. During this time, the streets come alive with the sound of traditional music, the sight of hanging red lanterns and the aroma of food stalls set up in various neighbourhoods.

Venue:
Chinatown and various locations.

Event cost:
Free.

Category:
Religion

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Huayi - Chinese Festival of the Arts

Date (To be confirmed):
February 2015

Enjoy Chinese dance, opera and arts from local and international groups, wh ......

Enjoy Chinese dance, opera and arts from local and international groups, which forms a key part of the Singapore’s Chinese New Year festivities.

Venue:
Esplanade and various locations.

Event cost:
Various.

Category:
Art & Literature

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Edited by Tina Banerjee
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