On Vesak Day, Buddhists in Singapore engage in various religious activities to pay homage to the Buddha and his teachings. One of the main highlights of the day is the procession, known as the Vesak Day Parade, which takes place in the streets of Singapore. The parade typically starts from the Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery and proceeds to various other Buddhist temples and landmarks.
During the parade, devotees carry Buddhist flags and religious symbols, such as lotus flowers and incense. They also chant prayers and perform traditional dances and music. The procession aims to spread joy, peace, and goodwill among the participants and spectators.