Deepavali is one of the major cultural festivals in Singapore that falls on 27th October this year. Deepavali, also known as, “The Festival of Lights is the celebration that marks the triumph of light over darkness, which symbolises good over evil. From adorning homes with oil lamps and colourful decorations to sharing scrumptious meals and sweet treats in each others’ homes, Deepavali is truly a special occasion. If you haven’t figured out where to head out to this year, fret not! Venuerific team presents Deepavali 2019: where to Celebrate and 3 Ways to Enjoy Deepavali in Singapore.
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Read on to find out the Deepavali 2019: where to Celebrate and 3 Ways to Enjoy Deepavali in Singapore
- Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel
- Earl Of Hindh
- The Orchard Cafe
- Native Kitchen
- THE B COLLECTIVE
- Control Space by TheParallelSpace
Gabbar is a restaurant focused on Indian Cuisine in Singapore with providing a wholesome experience of the wonderful taste of Tandoori dishes, Mouth-Watering kebabs, and many more. Located in the heart of the hip Clarke Quay area, Gabbar provides indoor and outdoor areas. Celebrate your event here with great Bollywood music and DJ complemented by some amazing performances. Perfect for a family party up to 150 people. Click “here” to discover more!
Address: 3B River Valley Rd Clarke Quay Blk B, #01-14, Singapore 179021 Capacity: 90-150 pax
Grand Copthorne Waterfront has three different function spaces all of the elegant style. Not only do they provide amazing Indian food, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel is also one of the vegetarian-friendly restaurants in Singapore. Located by the beautiful Singapore River, you will feel the peaceful ambience as the day falls to night. There are two special promo codes for you to celebrate Deepavali at Grand Copthorne only with Venuerific for an added discount!. Discover more!
Address: 392 Havelock Rd, Singapore 169663 Capacity: 20-650 pax
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Earl Of Hindh by expat Indian entrepreneurs have a mission to serve the best Indian food to the world. Growing as a part of the culture, Indian food has its own uniqueness. This is proven by their experience in finding the best food for thousands of years. And when it comes to Deepavali, the best way to celebrate this special moment is with the best Indian food and beautiful restaurant located along promenade and has the best sunset view in Singapore. Discover more!
Address: 31 Ocean Way, #01-16, Singapore 098375 Capacity: 80-150 pax
With the stylish ambience, The Orchard Cafe is one of the renovated parts within Orchard Hotel with a capacity of up to 150 guests. Featuring a floor to ceiling windows and seating section set against lush greenery, Orchard Cafe offers to seat indoors and outdoors. Conveniently located within Orchard, it’s a perfect location with an amazing line of buffet including fresh seafood for all your family and friends to get together without a fuss.Discover more!
Address: 442 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238879 Capacity: 50-170 pax
Celebrate Deepavali with Native Kitchen to experience a culinary adventure in Sentosa. Located within the new Village Hotel Sentosa, Native Kitchen provides dishes with the best fresh ingredients to bring out natural flavours. By raising the lifestyle of Asian and Polynesian islands style, this restaurant will attract you with their uniqueness in foods, drink, and also the ambience. Their uniqueness is seen from their natural materials on the design and furniture as well. Native Kitchen is the perfect place for your family gathering in Singapore. Discover more!
Address: 10 Artillery Ave, #02-01, Singapore 099951 Capacity: 80-180 pax
The B Collective is a perfect private event space in Singapore to celebrate Deepavali with family. Founded by the influencer, Rebecca with her heart into making it a special place of celebrations, The B Collective is not only Instagram-worthy to take photos against floral wall backdrops for documenting the lovely moments with your family but also filled with natural light and high ceilings that create a cosy and warm vibe. This beautiful event space can accommodate up to 120 people, and don’t worry about the food because you can bring your own favourite food to celebrate your special moment. Discover more!
Address: T-SPACE INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS 1 TAMPINES NORTH DRIVE #04-28 Singapore 528559 Capacity: 100 to 120 pax
Picture Credit to The B Collective
Control Space can give you a new experience for this year’s Deepavali celebration with your family. This private event space has a unique concept where you can manage and choose the amenities that you need for your event. With a high ceiling and modern-minimalist style, this event venue can accommodate up to 60 people. You can have Sound Bar, Wii U, Foosball, Mahjong, and many more. Discover more!
Address: 66 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428778 Capacity: 10-60 pax
Picture Credit to Control Space by TheParallelSpace
Picture Credit to Control Space by TheParallelSpace
3 Festivals to Head Out to this Deepavali
Deepavali is known as an important festival celebrated by the Hindu community around the world, including Singaporeans. But how much do we really know about the Deepavali celebration? Here are 3 ways for you to enjoy the Deepavali celebration this October.
1. Deepavali Festival Village 2019
Every year during Deepavali month, you can see the Little India area transform into a magical place with spectacular lights and beautiful decoration. Along Serangoon Road and Race Course Road, the best time to see this amazing decoration is at night time because the light switches on from 7pm until midnight. Enjoy the colourful lights and don’t miss it.
Picture Credit to BP Chua Photography
2. Snap and Celebrate Together
During the day time, you can enjoy and see many bazaars in Little India. Just by walking past,, you can smell the floral garland and incense. Find traditional snacks, embroidered sari, and try henna tattoos. Snap this Instagram-worthy moment, and embark on celebrating the special occasion of good over evil in Singapore.
Picture Credit to Choo Yut Shing Photography
3. Visit Singapore’s Oldest Hindu Temples
Learn more about the Hindu community, by visiting Sri Mariamman Temple in Chinatown. About a week before the big day, you can see Theeminthi which is also known as a fire walking ceremony. It is a ritual where thousands of men walk on burning charcoal as a tribute to the goddess.
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