Things to do for a tourist in Singapore in 2020: calendar of events
There is no doubt that every traveler has a reason to look at the Singapore Calendar of Events 2020, regardless of interests and hobbies. Gourmets, researchers, history and culture fans, adventurers, party-goers and shopping enthusiasts will be able to make a whole year ahead of this route from the discoveries and impressions that they will have in Singapore.
Particularly colorful streets of Singapore Chinatown appear, of course, during the celebration of the Chinese New Year. This year, the Chinese New Year LightUp festival will delight residents and visitors with jewelry with gilded coins and flowers, as well as handmade sculptural lanterns in the shape of twelve Chinese zodiac animals. The exciting spirit of the holiday will fill the noisy streets of the quarter from January 4 to February 22.
During the Ponga l Festival, which takes place from January 10 to February 9, Little India quarter welcomes guests not only with bright light expositions, but also with colorful ceremonies and shows, culinary contests and master classes.
Singapore Art Week (SAW2020), with the slogan “Art Above All,” returns to the city with new works of authorship and innovative art ideas from January 11-19.
From January 23 to February 1, dazzling fireworks and lighting effects will serve as a colorful backdrop for many performances and interactive shows on the HongBao River, announcing the entry of the Year of the Rat into its rights.
An updated version of the multimedia night walk at the Singapore Rainforest Lumina Zoo (open until February 9) ends with a virtual animal show with stunning lighting effects.
Chingay Parade (Chingay Parade) – a large-scale street carnival festival with incredible scenery and traditional national performances (January 31 – February 1).
From February 27 to March 1, the best golfers in the world will compete for the prestigious HSBC Women’s World Championship.
The largest festival of light art in Southeast Asia iLight Singapore will be held for the tenth time. It will feature energy-saving light installations performed by artists from around the world (from March 6 to 29).
The headlines for the grand rock festival Singapore RockFest 2020, scheduled for March 24, will be Scorpions and Whitesnake.
The ArtScienceMuseum presents the Disney: The Magic of Animation exhibition, which spans over more than 90 years of the history of the world-famous studio, which contains more than 500 works of animation art, including original drawings, paintings, sketches and concept art (open until March 29).
The Singapore Hydeout Music Festival on April 10, 11, 17 and 18 will bring together musicians from all over the world, including stars such as British singer Rita Ora, American hip-hop artist A $ AP Rocky and French DJ DJ Snake, who will present their latest tracks to the public.
The competition of international rugby teams HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens will give not only a powerful boost of energy, but also the opportunity to demonstrate a bright make-up and a fanciful costume if you wish! (April 11 and 12)
Star chefs, the best delicacies and fine wines, unique dishes and techniques, as well as thematic master classes await the participants of the annual World Gourmet Summit.
The fifth award ceremony of the best bars in Asia, Asia’s 50 BestBars, will be held in Singapore on May 14.
From May 15 to 17, the Singapore Cocktail Festival invites connoisseurs of spirits to get acquainted with the latest mixology trends and try the best cocktails performed by the most experienced and professional bartenders from around the world.
From May 15 to May 31, the 43rd Singapore International FestivalofArts will present a range of extraordinary works in the field of theater, music, dance, cinema and fine art.
The Skechers Sundown festival will give visitors the opportunity to spend the night among eco-art installations on the beach of Sentosa Island, enjoying tunes performed by leading musicians from all over Asia (May 29–31).
Hari Raya LightUp’s impressive light installations will adorn the streets of the Geylang district during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Singapore Major – one of the five world stages of DOTA2 ProfessionalCircuit 2019/2020 – will capture the attention of eSports fans from June 20 to 28.
The 27th Singapore Food Festival Singapore Food Festival will once again be an occasion to demonstrate the obsession of Singaporeans with the delicacies and delicacies created by the country’s most striking culinary talents (July 10 – 26).
The Singapore Garden Festival will impress visitors with the exquisite creations of the hands of professional gardeners and florists from around the world (July 18-26).
The first Community Heritage Festival, a cultural heritage festival, will unfold across Singapore, showcasing the city’s cultural and ethnic diversity from July 24 to August 10.