The festive yuletide is soon upon us and we’re all gearing up for a solid month of celebration and activities. There are many events in store and each presents a unique and magical experience. The absence of snow may be a bummer for many but year after year, Singapore has proven that you don’t need snow to properly soak up the feeling and vibes of Christmas.
Here, we have come up with a list of 12 places and things to do in Singapore during this festive season—from a life-sized replica of Harry Potter’s Diagon Alley and Hogsmeade, to a slew of fun activities for your little ones—to fully immerse yourselves in the jolly spirit of Christmas.
What is Christmas without an exciting lineup of festive activities and parades, right? You may think that many countries in Asia generally do not have big-scale Christmas celebrations due to religious beliefs and cultural differences.
However, cities such as Bangkok – with over 90% of people being buddhists – actually do celebrate the festivity with pretty big-scale lights and decor.
Europe may have the most stunning White Christmas, but here are 5 Exciting Christmas Celebrations in Asia you should totally check out.
As Christmas is drawing near, you might want to book a last minute getaway to a magical winter wonderland; why not pick an ethereal European city to spend the festivity at? We are big fans of the whole Christmasy vibes that European cities have, and holidays never felt more joyous.
Be it strolling along the gorgeous tree-lined streets of Barcelona, or having a romantic dinner by the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Europe has endless to offer and most of these cities truly embodies the Christmas spirit.
Have a once-in-a-lifetime experience at any one of these cities in our guide to the 12 Best European Cities to enjoy your Christmas holiday at. It is not too late to book your dream holiday!
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For most western countries, December is almost synonymous with Christmas. Major cities transform into spectacular mesmerising light shows at night, retails are busy pushing out festive-related merchandise and families are busy with Christmas gift shopping.
The fun-filled month of December features bizarre santa claus themed events such as Santacon and Santarun. But Christmas-related activities aside, there are also other festivals in December such as Japan’s Kasuga Wakamiya Festival and Turkey’s Mevlana Festival.
Here, have a peek into the World’s Five Best Festivals in December this year.