Mooncakes of Singapore

Come September the Chinese Mid-Autumn festival beckons thereby marking the end of the Autumn season. People gather at Chinatown and Chinese garden for a hearty feast that involves savouries like the mooncakes available in different flavours. Kids bring out a parade as they carry lanterns alongside their families and friends. 

Diwali is also celebrated full-swing in Singapore during the months of October or November, which is an Indian festival. The influence is substantial especially if you take a stroll down to Little India. The place is decked up with colourful and decorative lights. An array of markets is all set during this season selling genuine Indian material up for grabs.


Why you should attend this: It’s a celebration time in Singapore

Who should attend this: All

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