A Danish Christmas on November

The Danes in Singapore are at it again! They’re out to give Singaporeans and tourists a taste of Danish Christmas at its finest once more. Mark you calendars for this spectacular event.


The Danish Christmas Bazaar is set to start again on the 23rd up to the 24th of November this 2013, at the delightful Danish Seamen’s Church located at Mt. Faber. Last year’s bazaar was a success, gathering over a thousand guests. For this year, the Danes decided to have it up for two days so that the locals and tourists will have more time to indulge in the Christmas atmosphere, and of course, the food.

Danes residing in Singapore will be manning booths in the bazaar. They would be offering all kinds of traditional Danish Christmas stuff like Advent wreaths and candles. There will also be traditional food like roast pork and a whole lot more that are to be set on their tables during Christmas Eve dinner. This event is not just for our pleasure, it’ll also help the Seamen’s Church and the things they do.


According their priest Kirsten Hougaard, the event can only happen with the help of many volunteers who prepare everything and during the bazaar who work two days straight, for very long hours.

Think that’s all? Wait until you hear the biggest surprise not just for the kids, but also for the kids at heart. Santa will be coming from the North Pole just to celebrate Christmas early with the visitors. He will be there on both days. Kids can also give their wishlists to Santa, and he will surely make them giddy!

Isn’t it awesome? Early Christmas and a chance to help others. I bet Mt. Faber will be filled with Danish Christmas spirit for two days!

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