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Discover the vibrant fusion of cultures, cutting-edge modernity, and lush greenery in the captivating city-state of Singapore. Renowned for its efficient infrastructure, diverse culinary scene, and iconic landmarks such as Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay, Singapore offers a truly unique experience for visitors. 

Immerse yourself in the bustling streets of Chinatown, Little India, and Kampong Glam, where tradition meets innovation at every turn. Explore world-class attractions, indulge in shopping along Orchard Road, or unwind in the tranquillity of Singapore’s stunning parks and gardens. With its welcoming atmosphere, safety, and ease of travel, Singapore is the perfect destination for the APLAR 2024, promising an unforgettable blend of business and leisure for all attendees.

Weather in Singapore

Learn about the seasonal climate and precipitation in Singapore to help you prepare for your trip.

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Northeast Monsoon Season
(December–early March)

Northerly to north-easterly winds

Early Northeast Monsoon (Wet Phase)

  • Monsoon Surges cause widespread continuous moderate to heavy rain, at times with 25-35 km/h winds in the first half of the season, usually from December to early January.
  • Rapid development of afternoon and early evening showers.

 

Late Northeast Monsoon (Dry Phase)

  • Windy and relatively dry in the later part of the season, usually from late January to early March.

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Inter-monsoon Period
(Late March-May)

Light and variable winds, interacting with land and sea breezes

  • Thunderstorms, at times severe, occur in the afternoon and early evening.
  • Hot afternoons are common (maximum temperature above 32°C).

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Southwest Monsoon Season
(June-September)

South-easterly to southerly winds

  • Occasional “Sumatra Squalls” with wind gusts of 40-80 km/h occurring between the predawn hours and midday.
  • Short duration showers / thunderstorms in the afternoon are common.

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Inter-monsoon Period
(October-November)

Light and variable winds, interacting with land and sea breezes

  • Thunderstorms, at times severe, occur in the afternoon and early evening.
  • Generally wetter than the Inter-monsoon Period earlier in the year.