"Celebrate the Festival of Lights with your own unique Deepavali commute this year! Our #Deepavali themed trains and station are back with a different but equally stunning decoration - featuring majestic elephants and rangoli motifs that symbolise luck," writes the Land Transport Authority in a post Facebook.
Singapore is home to a sizeable expat Indian population and the themed trains and buses will run past the predominantly Indian neighbourhood, known as "Little India."
"Catching the themed trains or buses? Hop off at Little India Station, and continue your Deepavali journey under the elegant street lights right outside," adds the Land Transport Authority.
The festive trains and buses are a result of a collaboration with the Little India Shopkeepers and Heritage Association and SBS Transit Ltd.
The pictures, which have collected well over 30,000 reactions on Facebook, are being appreciated by many.
"This is indeed awesome... Thank you to Singapore and its administration team," wrote one person.
"Wow! That nicely adds gloss to the festive mood. Irresistibly colorful and vibrant. Thank you very much," wrote another.
"I took train today and I went 'wow'...I'm so fascinated with all the artwork! Great job," commented a third.
Diwali, or Deepavali, marks the victory of good over evil and commemorates the time when Lord Rama achieved victory over Ravana and returned to his kingdom Ayodhya after a 14-year-long exile. This year, the Festival of Lights is being celebrated on October 19.
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