Singapore is known for being spotlessly clean and a foodie’s paradise. Here you can discover Little India, Chinatown and the Arab Quarter, sample the delicious street food and marvel at the botanical gardens. Alternatively, simply absorb the city’s bright lights from a water-front bar, a roof-top restaurant or the Singapore Flyer.


Singapore is a key entry point to the Far East and the temperature is around 27°C/81°F year round.
The best time to visit is February-July.
The wettest time of year is November-January.

  • Although warm, you will experience some rain at this time of year so use Singapore as a stop-over for a night or two before continuing to south east Asia where the weather is better.
  • The rains have come to a halt, so spend a few days in Singapore and explore the buzzing regions of China Town and Little India for delicious street food experiences. Then head to the western Malaysian peninsula for some beach action. 
  • March is a popular time to visit Singapore when it is experiencing good weather. Having taken advantage of the dynamic shops and restaurants, continue further east to Japan in time for the cherry blossom season.
  • This is a wonderful time to visit Singapore, when you should experience warm sunny days. Explore the stunning ‘Botanical Gardens’ and ‘Gardens by the Bay’ as spring time arrives. 
  • May is one of the peak times to be in Singapore for the drier weather. We can arrange some wonderful food experiences, private boat trips or hole up for a week on Capella island – the perfect family holiday destination.
  • Singapore is the perfect stopover before continuing to Indonesia or Malaysia for a spectacular honeymoon or family holiday at this time of year.
  • With the weather still nice and dry, we suggest spending a few nights in Singapore, then hopping aboard a ferry to the more relaxed Bintan or Nikoi island. 
  • The Singaporean weather is a little less predictable in August, but it makes a good stop-over to get over your jetlag before continuing to Koh Samui where the weather should be more guaranteed.
  • September is the month when the famous Formula 1 comes to Singapore. Advance bookings over this period is vital and hotel prices increase dramatically.
  • October is the end of the dry season for most of Indonesia, so we can negotiate some great rates for you here and incorporate a short stopover on the way back home in Singapore, to pick up some last minute souvenirs.
  • This is one of the wettest months of the year in Singapore. So don’t spend too long here before continuing to another more pleasant Asian destination. Bhutan is spectacular at this time of year and there are direct flights between Singapore and Paro.
  • High precipitation levels in Singapore means it would be wise to pack an umbrella, though this doesn’t stop the incredible fireworks over the marina for New Year’s Eve or the magical Christmas wonderland at Gardens by the Bay.