Singapore is basically a year-round destination without much variation in temperature. The amount of rainfall also remains almost same through the year. However, there is a slight increase in rainfall between November and January, which can be a hindrance for tourists. Typically, the climate is hot and humid for all twelve months. If you are shopping lover or a foodie, then the best time to explore the city is around July when the Great Singapore Sale and the Singapore Food Festival are held. Read more about the Festivals in Singapore
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During the month of January, Singapore is engulfed in rains due to the Northeast monsoon season. However, it is the last month of monsoon, paving the way for lighter rains. While the days are mostly cloudy or rainy, there is still a decent possibility of sunshine during the day. This month witnesses Thaipusam, one of the most vibrant festivals in Singapore. The weeks leading upto the Chinese New Year make it perfect for shopping.
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The climate in Singapore in February is quite constant as that of the rest of the year, with the temperature hovering between 24 degrees Celsius and 32 degrees Celsius. There is a lot of colour and festive atmosphere in Singapore in February due to the Chinese New Year celebrations and the Chingay Parade.
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Singapore in March is probably the one of the sunniest periods for the city-state, marking the end of the northeast monsoons and the onset of the dry season. It's the perfect time for sightseeing and hiking.
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April is considered one of the best times to visit Singapore. The weather is pleasant, with lots of sunshine and no rain, making it perfect for those looking to hit the beach, just to laze or to engage in some thrilling watersports. Festivals like the Singapore International Jazz Festival and the World Gourmet Summit amplify the appeal of visiting Singapore in April.
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May is the driest and hottest month in Singapore. Make sure to carry sunscreen, sunglasses and hats if you are visiting Singapore in May. The Vesak Day, a very important Buddhist festival, is observed in this month, granting a glimpse into Singapore's buddhist community and culture. You can also attend the Singapore International Arts Festival, a two-week long exhibition for artphiles and culture enthusiasts.
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Singapore experience pleasant weather in June, with a decent bit of sunshine and less chances of rainfall. Due to these factors, there is a large influx of tourists in Singapore in June. Additionally, famous festivals like The Great Singapore Sale and the Dragon Boat Festival take place during this month.
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Like the rest of the year, even in July, Singapore has a warm, tropical climate and is humid through the day. It is the onset of the Southwest-Monsoon period, and thus can experience random days of rainfall. The Great Singapore Sale and Singapore Food Festival occur during this month, making for a memorable trip to the Lion City. Read more about Singapore in July.
Singapore in August experiences greater rainfall than the preceding months, making for some windy weather. The climate is hot and humid, as is the weather in Singapore throughout the year. There are many festivals celebrated in Singapore in August, including the National Day, one of the grandest festivals of the country. Early August also witnesses the end of the Great Singapore Sale.
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The weather in September is hot and humid, consistent with the weather that Singapore experiences throughout the year. The much awaited Grand Prix Season Singapore happens this month, drawing scores of tourists and inducing great levels of excitement. The beautiful Lantern Festival lights up the night sky of Singapore.
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October brings a slightly cooler temperature to Singapore, making the city-state much more pleasant and enjoyable. As it is the pre-northeast monsoon season, expect a lot of sudden showers, though they don't last long. The relatively cooler weather in Singapore in October makes it perfect for day trips and excursions.
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Despite being the wettest month, Singapore in December is beautiful, with air of celebration in the air due to Christmas and New Years, with multiple carnivals decorating the streets of the city-state. Due to the rains, the weather is quite cool during December.
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