10 Things Singaporeans Do In The Name Of “Good Luck”

4. Take a flower bath to ward off bad luck and evil spirits

Singapore Good Luck

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Flower baths are practised by Malays, Chinese and Indians in Singapore. Commonly known as Mandi Bunga, it is believed that bathing with kaffir lime, pomelo leaves and flowers dispels evil and bad luck.

Another variation is to include one flower for every colour of the rainbow, and it is not necessary for the water to carry a fragrance. A relaxing bath to bring good luck, relieve that stress and get some good luck at the same time!

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