May to August
During May on its fifth day, you will get to witness dragon boat races and relish some tasteful rice dumplings. If you have a taste for some intense adrenaline rush, then you must watch these races from spots such as the Bedok Reservoir, Kallang River, and the Marina Bay area. Kim Choo Kueh Chang is favourite to savour some tasty rice dumplings.
It is then followed by the Islamic festival of Ramadan that generally happens between May and June. This is the time when Singaporean Muslims all come together to break the fast as the day ends by sunset. This month is an ideal time to stroll down the markets at night to buy some clothes and scrumptious savouries and sweets. Kampong Glam and Geylang Serai are amongst the known markets frequented during this time of the year.
Why you should attend this: Along with the cultural experience, one gets to delve in to the adventurous side of Singapore
Who should attend this: Must for foreigners visiting Singapore.