September to February and Singapore, like most of the year, is wet and hot, with the wettest time coming during the (northeast) monsoon season from November to January. Rainfall in December averages around 150 mm, though in February, the driest month, it is less than 50 mm. The vagaries of the nation’s monsoons means that it is always wise to keep an umbrella handy in this bustling city state. Though the temperatures in Singapore are very hot, often averaging highs of 32 °C (°F), they often seems cooler as is the city is surrounded by the ocean on three sides, allowing cool breezes to sweep in having a calming effect on the heat.
One of the most modern cities in the world, Singapore is a fascinating cultural melting-pot. This 6-day journey will show you all the different facets of the Lion City. See the island’s ultra-modern architecture, cultural enclaves, the plates of food that bring everyone together, and soak in the sun on the lush Sentosa island.
Gather your closest loved ones and go on a 13-day adventure that celebrates the best of life, from bustling cities to postcard-perfect natural landscapes. Tap into the electric pulse of busy cosmopolitan cities whose frenetic energy is even more lively at night. Taste the fragrant cuisines that tell a story of the people’s past and present. Slow it down to soak it all in with moments of serenity in misty mountains and turquoise lagoons. Relish these good times with friends and family and create fond memories that will be unforgotten.
Get a glimpse into Singapore’s art scene on this 4-day trip through the city to explore the city’s creativity in various precincts, galleries, and museums. View works from up-and-coming local artists as well as internationally-beloved and recognized pieces.
Step into the rich colonial histories of Singapore and Malaysia on this fascinating 9-day luxury journey. You’ll stay at the iconic century-old Raffles Singapore, stroll down Jonker Street in Old Malacca, trek through the picturesque Cameron Highlands, and take a private tour of UNESCO-listed Georgetown.
From the highlands and mountaintops to tropical rainforests and sandy shores, take the whole family on a 12-day trip through Singapore and Malaysia. Get a lesson in physics and chemistry in state-of-the-art city museums, entomology at Penang’s butterfly farm, ecology in Cameron Highland’s dense rainforests, pewtersmithing in Kuala Lumpur, and botany at the Gardens by the Bay in Singapore. Travel through the diverse terrains of Singapore and Malaysia is an adventure brimming with exciting experiences and teaching moments for kids and parents alike.
It is no secret that Singapore is an ultimate destination for foodies, with the staggering diversity of its food scene. Offering street food, heritage dining spots, upscale celebrity restaurants, the culinary scene is amongst the best in Asia. Pack your appetite and get ready to eat your way through some of Singapore’s tastiest food spots on this 5-day gastronomy journey.
Nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts should pack hiking boots and add to their list a stopover in Singapore which aims to be the world’s greenest city. From Pulau Ubin’s mangroves and Chek Jawa’s wetlands environments to futuristic Supertrees and biodomes at the Gardens by the Bay, discover Singapore’s rich biodiversity and lush tropics on this 6-day trip.
In just 12 days, experience Asia’s most influential art capitals in resplendent style – stunning galleries, world-class collections and irresistible exhibits awash in history. Join us for a one-of-a-kind adventure to five beautiful, classic Asian capitals, where ambitious travel meets celebrated art culture, and inspiration abounds.
A unique and dynamic city, Singapore gives parents a chance to work their kids’ minds and bodies. From eating breakfast with orangutans to running around the Gardens by the Bay, the Lion City is a modern, energetic metropolis that will keep the entire family entertained. Staying at the Fullerton Bay hotel in the Marina Bay area, parents and kids alike will find a modern playground from the halls of the Singapore Discovery Center to the heights of the Singapore Flyer.
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