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Discover the Deepavali Celebration in Asia  with Millennium Hotels and Resorts, Enjoy  up to 30%* off The Flexible Rate, Complimentary Wi-Fi and other exclusive benefits.

 

Discover top attractions like Gardens by the Bay in Singapore, Petronas Twin Towers in Malaysia,  Kathu in Thailand, Pasay in Philippines and Elephant Village in Indonesia.


This hotel package includes the following benefits when you Book Direct on our brand website:

Key Perks

  • Complimentary High Speed Wifi
  • Dine at our Food and Beverage Outlets with up to 15% discount*
  • Shuttle services at your Doorstep***
  • Free parking for In-house guests****

Bonus Perks

  • My Millennium Reward points
  • Best rate guaranteed when you book directly with us
  • Unlock SPECIAL MEMBER RATES by ticking the box upon checkout to register as a My Millennium member. Take advantage today!

Why is Deepavali Celebrated?


Deepavali, or Diwali (as the Northern Indians call it), is the Festival of Lights. It marks the triumph of good over evil. There are several legends behind the celebration of Deepavali. The most popular is the story of Lord Rama and how he defeated the demon king Ravana who had kidnapped his wife Sita. Ending his 14-year exile, the triumphant Rama returned to his kingdom of Ayodhya along with his wife Sita and brother Laxmana. The people of Ayodhya welcome their beloved prince by lighting diyas (earthen lamps), decorating the city with colourful rangolis and bursting fire crackers.

The other popular legend is the story of Lord Krishna and his triumph over the wicked demon Narakasura. Narakasura was the demon king of the Kingdom of Pradyoshapuram. Under his rule, the villagers suffered a lot of hardship and torture. To free the people of Pradyoshapuram from Narakasura’s evil rule, Lord Krishna decided to destroy the demon and the day Narakasura died was celebrated as Deepavali.

Things to do on Deepavali in Singapore

Deepavali lights: Little India is the hub of Deepavali celebrations in Singapore. During Deepavali, Little India is transformed with a myriad of twinkling lights and light installations, larger-than-life décor and bustling bazaars and night markets. Walk along Serangoon Road to revel in the festivities and the beautiful light installations and decorations.
Shopping : Visiting the night markets and bazaars that pop-up in Little India during Deepavali is a must visit. The Deepavali Festival Village on Campbell Lane and Hastings Road is where you’ll find bazaars and night markets with stalls selling glittering Indian wares from saris to decoration pieces and traditional Indian Food.
Visit a Hindu Temple : Singapore is home to many Hindu temples all of which are decorated to celebrate the festival of Deepavali. You can visit the temple not just to offer prayers but to enjoy the temples decorations and festivities. A few temples to visit near Little India are, Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, Sri Mariamman Temple on South Bridge Road.
Promotion Period: Book Now fro stays from 15th till 31st of October 2019

Terms & Conditions

  • Rates are exclusive of taxes and service charge.
  • *Food and Beverage discount dependent on the hotel selected
  • Bookings are non-exchangeable, non-transferable and non-amendable.
  • Full duration of stay will be charged for cancellations, shortened stays or no shows.
  • **Shuttle services are not available at Orchard Hotel Singapore.
  • ***Free Parking  is not available at M Social Singapore.
  • Promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotions
  • Other Terms and Conditions apply.

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