How Singapore Celebrates Christmas and the Chinese New Year
Collected by Arwen Joyce , AFAR Local Expert
Tropical Christmas and Chinese New Year are special times for holiday cheer on the island. Garlands, lights, festivals, and food usher in a multi-ethnic holiday season.
181 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427452
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30 Victoria St, Singapore 187996
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Robertson Quay, Singapore
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151 New Bridge Road 91 Upper Cross Street Singapore 059443/058362 New Bridge Rd, Singapore 059443
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