Hoping to soak in the Hari Raya festive atmosphere? We scout the island for places where you can bask in the Hari Raya festivities. There is a good mixture of activities and events so take your pick.

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1. Geylang Serai Hari Raya Light-Up

Hari Raya Light Up Geylang Serai

A month leading up to Hari Raya, visitors can drop by Geylang Serai to enjoy the festival light-ups. The festivities typically take place along Sims Avenue and Changi Road, in between Paya Lebar and Eunos MRT stations.

📅 17 Mar to 21 Apr 2023

For more information visit Geylang Serai Hari Raya Light-Up.


2. Aidil Fitri at The Museum by June Ho

Muslims around the world celebrate Aidil Fitri which marks the end of the fasting month, Ramadan. Find out why this is such an important celebration. What are the special foods eaten when breaking fast? Discover the traditions and customs of this special occasion. Presented by CMSG and supported by the Malay Language Council Singapore, join
storyteller June Ho in an English-Malay bilingual session. The session includes a craft-making activity of a ketupat (rice cake wrapped in woven coconut leaves)!

📅 22 & 23 Apr 2023
⏰ 22 Apr, 3pm – 4pm / 23 Apr, 10am – 11am
📍 Kampong Gelam
🏷 Free for children, $10 per adult. Register here.


3. One Kampong Gelam Presents Raikan Cahaya Ramadan

One Kampong Gelam's Cahaya Ramadan Projections

The historic precinct of Kampong Gelam is set to bring back its annual Ramadan bazaar and entertainment programmes with Raikan Cahaya Ramadan. Positioned as a rousing lead-up to Hari Raya Puasa, this year’s festivities welcome the biggest curation of booths (over 100) to-date, with dazzling light installations, performances and a charity drive for a truly “glam” culmination of heritage experiences and community spirit across.

📅 15 Mar to 16 Apr 2023
📍 Kampong Gelam

For more information visit One Kampong Gelam Presents Raikan Cahaya Ramadan.


4. National Orchid Garden Holiday Promotion

national orchid garden entrance

Enjoy free admission* to National Orchid Garden on 22 April 2023 for students, Singaporeans, Permanent Residents, Work Permit Holders.

📅 22 Apr 2023
⏱ 8.30am – 7pm (last admission at 6pm)
📍 National Orchid Garden

For more information visit National Orchid Garden Holiday Promotion.


5. Tulipmania: Its Wild Origins Floral Display 2023

Tulipmania 2023

Tulipmania: Its Wild Origins takes on a Turkish twist as the floral display retraces the rich history of tulips in the country, which were first cultivated by the Ottomans.

📅 21 Apr to 21 May 2023
⏰ 9am – 9pm
📍 Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay
🏷 Admission charge to the Flower Dome applies.

Get your tickets online from Klook and KKDay.

For more information, please visit Tulipmania: Its Wild Origins Floral Display.


6. Visit the Everyday Museum’s New Public Art Trails

The Everyday Museum Public Art Trails Everfowl Estate Singapore Art MuseumDivaagar, Installation view of Everfowl Estate (2023). Image courtesy of Singapore Art Museum

To celebrate the launch of the new public artworks, SAM will be presenting a series of public programmes from 29 to 30 April, where guided art trails, artist talks, live music performances, an outdoor film screening and other activities await. Nature walks will also be held over two weekends to offer different entry points to the art trails.

📅 29 to 30 Apr 2023

For more information, visit Everyday Museum’s New Public Art Trails.



7. Singapore Flyer

singapore flyer marina bay view

Experience breathtaking, panoramic views of Singapore and beyond on Asia’s largest Giant Observation Wheel. Be awed by an interactive gallery for a deeper appreciation and understanding of the Singapore Story and the iconic Singapore Flyer, told via an engaging multimedia showcase.

📅 Daily, including Public Holidays
⏱ 2pm – 10pm (last admission at 9:30pm)
🏷 Charges apply

You can get tickets online at Klook or KKday.

For more information, visit Singapore Flyer.


8. Amazonia

amazonia indoor playgroundPhoto credit: Klook

Amazonia is one of Singapore’s oldest and largest family play facilities operating to this date with gigantic multi-level play-gym covering over 3000 sqft of play area. Equipped with the highest indoor wave slide, super-sized play-gym, and offers all the thrills that any child could desire.

⏱ 9.30am to 7.30pm
🏷 Charges apply

You can get tickets online via Klook and KKday.



9. Celebrate Hari Raya at Rempapa

Rempapa Hari RayaSavour a repertoire of heritage food at Rempapa’s Hari Raya celebration

With the launch of the Cultural Celebration Series in 2022, Rempapa continues to celebrate heritage flavours this Hari Raya. The celebratory series honours Singapore’s multi-cultural flavours and educates through the culinary legacies of our ethnic groups.

From 21 to 23 Apr 2023, Rempapa honours the Hari Raya festivities with five special dishes, created by Chef Damian and Head Chef Alan Chan. The line-up features traditional Malay dishes that draws on the fond food memories of both chefs during the occasion.

Join Rempapa in the celebration of Singapore’s multi-cultural festivals with heritage flavours.

Make your reservation here.


The following museums are open during the Hari Raya Puasa. The list is not exhaustive, visit here for a list of Museums in Singapore.

10. National Museum

national museum of singapore

The National Museum of Singapore is the nation’s oldest museum that seeks to inspire with stories of Singapore and the world. Its history dates back to 1849. Known then as the Raffles Library and Museum, the museum moved to its current premises on Stamford Road in 1887.

📅 Daily
⏱ 10am to 7pm. Last admission 6.15pm (Glass Rotunda) | 6.30pm (All other galleries)
🏷 Free for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents and Children 6 years and below (any nationality)

Non-citizens/PRs can get tickets online at Klook or KKday.

For more information, visit National Museum.


11. Reflections At Bukit Chandu Museum

Reflections At Bukit Chandu MuseumPhoto credit: Reflections at Bukit Chandu

Reflections at Bukit Chandu is a World War Two interpretative centre that commemorates the battle of Pasir Panjang and the men of the Malay Regiment who fought in it, as well as the history of Bukit Chandu itself. Housed in a bungalow that is closely connected to the site’s history, the interpretative centre uses immersive experiences and contextual artefacts to present a multi-faceted look at Bukit Chandu and Pasir Panjang, while inviting visitors to reflect on our nation’s wartime experience and the brave sacrifice of the soldiers.

⏱ 9.30am to 5pm (Tuesdays to Sundays)
Closed every Monday except Public Holidays
Last admission at 4.30pm
🏷 Free for Citizens and Permanent Residents

For more information, visit Reflections At Bukit Chandu Museum.


12. Changi Chapel and Museum Singapore

Changi Chapel and Museum Guided tours

The Changi Chapel and Museum tells the story of the prisoners of war and civilians interned in Changi prison camp during the Japanese Occupation. Managed by the National Museum of Singapore, the Changi Museum was revamped and reopened in May 2021. The revamped museum features new content and artefacts, including stories and personal objects collected from families of former internees, presented in an intimate and engaging format. The museum’s narrative is centred on remembrance and reflection, encouraging visitors to contemplate both the hardships that the internees underwent, as well as their courage and resilience in the face of difficulties.

⏱ 9.30am to 5.30pm (Tuesdays to Sundays)
Closed every Monday except Public Holidays
Last admission at 5pm.
🏷 Free for Citizens and Permanent Residents

For more information, visit Changi Chapel and Museum Singapore.


13. National Gallery Singapore

national gallery singapore

📅 Daily
⏱ 10am – 7pm
🏷 Free for Citizens and Permanent Residents

Non-Citizens can get tickets at Klook or KKday.

For more information, visit National Gallery Singapore.


14. Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

lee kong chian natural history museum

The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum is home to over 1 million specimens from fossils to flora and fauna, of which about 2,000 specimens are on display.

📅 Tuesday to Sunday
⏱ 10am – 6pm
🏷 Charges apply

You can get tickets at Klook.

For more information, visit Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum.


Note: All details are correct as at the time of publishing. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information, no guarantee is given nor responsibility is taken for errors or omissions in the compilation. Readers are advised to check with the respective event organisers for the most updated schedules, venues and details.

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