Best Times to Visit Singapore
The best time to visit Singapore is anytime. The island nation experiences a warm, tropical climate year-round with daily highs in the 80s. And with a steady stream of business travelers, the city's hotels are never at a loss for occupants and maintain reasonable to high room rates. To avoid exorbitant prices, steer clear of national holidays and popular events like the Singapore Grand Prix in September.
If Singapore has a definable high season, this is it. Combine winter leisure travelers, the usual business traffic and numerous holiday festivals (the Chinese New Year is the big one), and you'll find Singapore brimming with visitors. However, if you travel between November and January, you'll encounter the Northeast Monsoon season, which dumps plenty of rain on the city.
Travel during the late summer and early autumn to enjoy a slight break in the tourist traffic. You'll also catch the tail end of the Great Singapore Sale, the best time to pick up designer duds. The Southwest Monsoon arrives between June and September, but it is less severe than its Northeast counterpart. During this low tourist season, Singapore sees peak temperatures.