Singapore enjoys a year-around sunny weather and two monsoons from the southwest (May–Sept) and the northeast (Nov–March). The best way to be prepared for Singapore weather is to always carry sun cream and an umbrella with you at all times. If you have a chronic heart or lung conditions Singapore is best avoided from June to October.
Shopping and eating is considered to be two most favorite pastimes of Singaporeans with number of food outlets to savor the taste buds. There are distinctive and affordable Chinese and Indian dishes that one will not find in China or India. There is plentiful of western cuisines available however they tend to be pricier than the Asian cuisines. There are number of clubs where one can let their hair down and indulge into the cutting edge music, DJs, karaoke or middling covers bands. There are also multiple rooftop venues with skyline views or elegant colonial chambers for you to enjoy your drink.
Jurong Bird Park
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
Zoo and Night Safari
An exorbitant ambitious piece of civil engineering, Marina Bay is a body of water created by reclaiming land around the mouth of the Singapore River. While in Marina Bay explore the Esplanade Theatres which is Singapore's equivalent of Sydney's Opera House
Riverside will give you a glance of the Singapore's colonial core, with museums, statues and theatres.
One of the oldest districts of Singapore a piece of India located in the north of the core city.
This island was once a military fort which is now developed into a resort with entertainments like Universal Studios and gambling.