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From the gripping flypast to fiery fireworks, the National Day Parade (NDP) celebrations are something Singaporeans look forward to every year.
The Maritime Sailpast is returning to the National Day Parade after 20 years, featuring 13 vessels from the Republic of Singapore Navy and Home Team agencies, as a special ode to Singapore.
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We're all watching the National Day Parade (NDP) from home this year.
This year's NDP will carry on but scaled down in line with COVID-19 precautions.
Over the years, the National Day Parade (NDP) has become more than a show or a celebration. It has become a national statement made by Singaporeans from all walks of life – about who we are and where we are headed.
As Singapore celebrates her 54th birthday, here’s a look at how six National Day Parade (NDP) participants have contributed in their own ways to make the nation a better place.
"This is a significant year for the mobile Column…it is the 50th year in which we will see (them) participate in the National Day Parade (NDP), starting from 1969 at the Padang… and it is a chance to showcase the capabilities of our servicemen and women, who are important for the defence of our country."
With more than 2,300 youths forming the bulk of its performers, this year’s National Day Parade (NDP) Show segment is an inspiration for young Singaporeans to take ownership of their future.