Check out the climate diagram for Singapore. March is the warmest month in Singapore with average maximum temperatures of 33°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. According to the climate diagram, November is the rainiest month of the year in Singapore.
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Popular Rental Amenities in Singapore
You will have a large selection of vacation rentals to choose from if you are looking for an accommodation including a pool in Singapore. Hotel rooms with pools in Singapore are a good option for groups of 2 and usually cost around $401 a night. If you would also like to be close to the water, nearly a quarter of the properties providing a pool are within 2 kilometres of the waterfront.
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Encounter Singapore's modern wonders from your vacation rental home
Whether in a modern apartment or spacious condo, you will find all of Singapore at your fingertips. With some of the world's best public transportation you can easily reach all of the city highlights from your accomodation.
Singapore earns its reputation as a foodie Mecca. Stalls and markets are your best bet for shopping and dining on a variety of local cultures offerings. The Maxwell Food Centre is a great introduction to Chinese cuisine. Chili crab, chicken and rice and steamed dumplings are popular choices.
At the other end of the culinary spectrum there is Little India. For a taste of just about everything, visit the Tekka Centre. Biryani, roti and dosa are top picks in this food court. After lunch head upstairs and window shop in the colorful textile market.
A walk through any neighborhood in Singapore will reveal a fascinating mix of religious and cultural sites. The Buddha Tooth Temple, Sultan Mosque, and Sri Mariamman Temple are all top picks for visitors and make good photo destinations.
The National Gallery of Singapore showcases a stunning collection of modern Asian art. Housed in the former Supreme Court building, this space is a true meeting of modernity and history. The nearby Asian Civilisations Museum sheds light on the region's history.
Home to a tropical rainforest, themed gardens and the largest showcase of orchids on earth, the Singapore Botanic Gardens offers a full day of activities for nature enthusiasts. Stick around for lunch or coffee with a view at one of the park's casual eateries.
For a different perspective on Singapore's "City in a Garden" vision, check out Gardens by the Bay. Half modern architecture and half nature park these gardens are famous for skyways, neon "supertrees" and fascinating domes housing tropical plants. Be sure to bring a camera to capture a bird's eye view of the city.
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