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January - Chinese New Year 

Chinese New Year is celebrated with a huge parade through Singapore City featuring dragons, lion dances, pyrotechnics and performers.

February - River Hongbao Festival 

A festival for celebrating Chinese culture that is a hangover from the Chinese New Year events, with streets offering stalls, food vendors, song and dance.

March - Mosaic Music Festival 

An important event in the Singapore music calender, with leading and rising performers from various genres at the Espanade in Marina Bay.

April - Stargazing Night 

A free evening of stargazing at the observatory of the Science Centre Singapore, discovering the locations of stars and planets across the sky.

May - Singapore Arts Festival 

An international festival that presents ideas, discourse, dance, theatre, music and art with an Asian flavour while remaining innovative and experimental.

June - Beerfest Asia 

Marquees on the Marina Promenade are set up for both trade and the public to consume a wide variety of beers, plus food and entertainment.

July - Singapore Garden Festival  

Asia's biggest flower and garden show, full of colour, creativity and floral beauty.

August - Hungry Ghost Festival 

This annual Halloween-style festival is to appease malcontent ghosts by holding religious parades and burning paper 'sacrifices' at various locations.

September - Singapore Grand Prix 

A carnival-like atmosphere graces this day of boat racing as crews sweat to make it down the Bedok Reservoir.

October - Deepavali 

This vital Hindu 'Festival of Lights' features street décor, festive stalls, henna tattoos, colourful Indian clothing and spicy food.

November - Marina Bay Christmas Light-up 

There's a different theme each year for the Christmas lights, which are best viewed by cruising down Orchard Road, perhaps by open-top bus.

December - Marathon Singapore 

Full marathon, 10km, 10km wheelchair, 5km fun run and a kids' dash are on the agenda, from Orchard Road, across the city to finish at City Hall.