As one of the world’s shiniest, intriguing, modern cities, Singapore is a great destination for your next holiday. With a culmination of multiple cultures from Chinese to Indian, the luxurious and traditional find themselves side by side, which proves to be somewhat fascinating to visitors. For over 50 years Singapore has been committed to elevating the level of greenery and nature, combatting its once metropolitan status, to enhance its beautiful natural features making it an astounding place to visit.
Singapore keeps a constant climate all year round, usually hot and humid and sticking around 30°C during the day, however there are a few different factors that may affect your decision for when to go. Tourists are usually present all year round, more so in the school holidays, but July to September is also home to a few festivities such as the Singapore Food Festival so is still a good time to visit. But between November and January Singapore experiences its rainy season where long showers are in abundance. Also, watch out for May and June as temperatures can spike, and if you’re not looking for that sort of climate then this is not the best time for you.
Singapore is also a great destination for solo travellers, as with most city breaks, you’ll be able to meet people really easily and attractions and things to do won’t be tainted if you are alone. It is a very modern city and thus is particularly safe for women, within reason as with any destination.