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Last year's St Patrick's Day parade was the largest in South-east Asia, which attracted about 2,000 participants who donned every imaginable shade of green for the march (above) as well as whiled the evening away with choice Irish brew after the march. This year, the celebrations will be held along Circular Road, which will be closed to traffic for the festival.
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Last year's St Patrick's Day parade was the largest in South-east Asia, which attracted about 2,000 participants who donned every imaginable shade of green for the march (above) as well as whiled the evening away with choice Irish brew after the march. This year, the celebrations will be held along Circular Road, which will be closed to traffic for the festival.
BT_20150306_ANPAT6C_1547026.jpg
Last year's St Patrick's Day parade was the largest in South-east Asia, which attracted about 2,000 participants who donned every imaginable shade of green for the march as well as whiled the evening away with choice Irish brew after the march (above). This year, the celebrations will be held along Circular Road, which will be closed to traffic for the festival.

Rock with Shamrocks

St Patrick's Day takes to Singapore streets with parades featuring the three-leaved clover and partying the hearty Irish way.
Mar 6, 2015 5:50 AM

LOOKING for a way to immerse yourself in Irish tradition and culture without suffering through a 14-hour flight? Singapore River One (SRO) and the Irish community in Singapore have teamed up to offer an authentic Irish experience celebrating St Patrick's Day on March 13-15 in the form of a