This year’s Festival of Lights will see a line-up of exciting programmes and activities, both on-ground and virtual that will allow for a delightful celebration for families and loved ones. Kicking off the celebrations will be the annual street light-up in Little India starting from 16th September 2022.

Deepavali Light-Up 2022 at Little India

Families can also look forward to exciting events such as cultural shows, a Tamil rap competition, treasure hunts and challenges in Little India. And for the first time ever, visitors would get to see three puranaic (epic) mascots – Radha, Krishna and Naragasuran walking down the streets and interacting with people! Don’t miss the chance to snap a photo with them.

Little India Deepavali Light Up

For those who prefer to soak in the festivities in the comfort of your own home, you can participate in virtual activities such as live cooking demonstrations and entertainment shows. Find out more about the exciting celebrations here.

Deepavali Light-Up

Deepavali Street Light-Up 2022 at Little India

Catch the annual Deepavali light-up in Little India, which kicked off on September 16th. Stroll along the streets and you’ll see all kinds of colourful arches, bright lights. This year the theme is Indian Classical Musical Instruments.




Deepavali Festival Village

You can shop this year at the annual bazaar in Little India! During this month Campbell Lane hosts Deepavali Festival Village, a shopping area with beautiful decorations, delicious deserts and colourful apparels for this festive season.

Little India Deepavali Festival Village

Hunt for Tradition – The Lost Relic @ IHC

On 8th & 15th of October, between 8am and 6pm, embark on an exciting gaming tour, where you’ll scour the streets of Little India, solve puzzles, and uncover the Lost Relic! It’s also a chance to get to know more about the history and heritage of the precinct as well as aspects of Indian culture through a fun guided experience.

For more information, visit Deepavali 2022 at Indian Heritage Centre.


Deepavali falls on 24 October this year and here is our round-up of Deepavali events 2022 that you can look forward to in Singapore.

Bukit Panjang Pang Sua Deepavali

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