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Big Days of Singapore

Every year, Singaporeans come together to celebrate and commemorate some of the historical milestones or events that happened in the past.

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Racial
Harmony
Day

Commemorates on July 21 every year to mark the anniversary of the 1964 racial riots. What exactly triggered the racial riots and how was it overcome? 

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Separation from
Malaysia
(1965)

On 9 August 1965, Mr. Lee Kuan Yew announced that Singapore has separated from Malaysia to become an independent state with tears brimming in his eyes.

 

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National Day
Celebration (1966 onwards)

On August 9 every year, Singapore celebrates National Day with parades held at various locations to commemorate its independence from Malaysia.

 

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Total
Defence
Day

Commemorates on February 15 every year to remind its people of a dark chapter in Singapore’s history and to never take peace and security for granted.

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Remembering Mr. Lee Kuan Yew

A seven-day period of national mourning for Singapore's founding father and former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew who made a big contribution in building Singapore. 

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RELIGIONS OF SINGAPORE

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NOW & THEN SINGAPORE