Deepavali street light up, an annual must-see in Singapore is back this year! Every year, Little India blings it up just in time for Deepavali with one eye-popping light. Just when you think the street lights have to be in dim and yellow, out come peacocks guarding Serangoon Road. The lights will switch on daily from 7pm till midnight until November 10. The big Royal Chariots with parrots on the sides will surely enthral all spectators. The street light up decorates two different places and the beauty is that you can also capture the two lightings from a single point. Be ready with selfie sticks and the cameras to capture the mind-blowing lightings and decorations. Those looking to buy Indian ethnic wear, jewellery, decorations and traditional snacks can visit the festival bazaar, which will be held from till October 26 along Campbell Lane and Hastings Road.
Deepavali, popularly known as the Festival of Lights is an ancient festival in the Hindu almanac & a major event in Singapore’s festival calendar. Being the greatest unifying force, Hindus all over the world celebrate this festival. Celebrated by Hindus worldwide, the festival of lights signifies the victory of light over darkness.
What: Deepavali street light up, an annual must-see in Singapore is back this year! Be ready with selfie sticks and the cameras to capture the mind-blowing lightings and decorations.
When: September 10 – November 10, 2019 from 7pm – 12am daily.
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