Christmas in Singapore is celebrated in surprisingly “big” style, considering that only about one-sixth of the resident population is Christian. You can go to church for a midnight service on Christmas Eve, and there are churches within blocks of practically every part of the city. As you move around the city, you will notice an unusual abundance of parades, floats, concerts, and street performances. At almost every store, you will see Christmas trees, lights, and other decorations. Five specific activities you may wish to engage in if touring or living in Singapore at Christmas time are: a life-sized display of Bethlehem and the manger where Christ was born at St. Andrew’s Cathedral; carolling at Tong Building Plaza on Christmas Eve; ice skating at Tanglin Mall on ice covered with white foam; flowers and lights at Gardens by the Bay; free admission to all of Singapore’s museums.
Christmas (Christmas) is the main Christian holiday, which is widely celebrated in Singapore, despite the fact that in this country there is never snow and there are no deer that are part of the traditional Santa Claus carriage. Nevertheless, Christmas celebrations are organized according to all the rules: with colorful decoration of streets and houses, noisy carnival performances and mandatory sales in stores.
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