Travel to Singapore
The island city-state of Singapore has blossomed into one of Southeast Asia’s major gateways. While towering skyscrapers dot the island, abundant trees and parks cover the boulevards and neighborhoods supporting its moniker of ‘The Garden City’. Much of Singapore’s fascination springs from its multicultural population of Chinese, Malays and Indians.
This diversity can turn a short walk across town into what seems like a country hopping expedition. From Little India to Chinatown, each of the original ethnic enclaves boasts neatly restored shophouses and a distinct flavor.
Explore an epicenter of diversity on this island together with other Southeast Asian destinations.
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When is the Best Time To Visit Singapore?
The best time to visit Singapore is any time. The island nation experiences a warm, tropical climate year-round with daily highs in the 80s.
The months of February to April fall within Singapore's dry season and experience (a least a tad) less rainfall than other times of the year. Visitors are recommended to carry umbrellas as they not only provide protection from the sun, but also from the impressive thunderstorms that can occur at any time of the day throughout the year.