Situated just north of the equator, Singapore’s weather is tropical, and generally hot and humid with usual temperatures ranging between 26°C and 30°C during the day all through the year. It can be fairly cooler at nighttime. As the metropolis is situated in the tropics you can anticipate normal precipitation all through the year, and these whilst comparatively short can be heavy. The soggiest months are between November and January, which is the crest monsoon season. There are smaller monsoons from June to September as well.
But excepting the periods of heavy monsoons, Singapore is still often soaked in as much sun as rain and this makes for an enviable summer getaway if you’re looking to thump the beaches, and still want to experience a vivacious conurbation with a dynamic nightlife. As Singapore climate does not differ drastically all through the year, tourism in the area is moderately stable year-round. The climate can be unpredictable and impulsive, so it may be best to plan a Singaporean run away based on the fiesta season rather than the type of weather. So be sure to bundle lightweight cottons and linens to shun the hot under the collar in the clammy Singapore weather. Also bear in mind to carry an umbrella any time of year, but particularly during the raining season.