Singapore is an all-year-round place to visit because of its weather conditions remain almost the same throughout the year. But there is certain travel experience in the country that you can get only during some specific time of the year. Also, each month of the year offers its own special cultural, seasonal, food, festive, scenic and adventurous experiences. Let us explore the things to do in Singapore in December to know the best best way to enjoy this charming month.
Singapore In December
For a country like Singapore, that remains hot and humid all year long, a cold month like December is a good relief. The last month of the year spells magic on the Garden City lowering down the temperature a bit. The weather is cooler and suitable for exploring the city in and through. The air feels lighter and fresher also making it a great time for couples to visit Singapore on a honeymoon or simply on a romantic getaway. But what makes it even more romantic is that December is also the time when the country receives maximum rainfall. With an average rainfall of around 318.6mm, it is the wettest month of the year. This season witnesses the North-East monsoon and the rains may go up to 18 days in a month. The average temperature is usually around 26-degree Celsius with humidity being around 86 %.
Decemberis also happens to be the month of Christmas and Singapore is a country that loves to celebrate. With Christianity being the second most practiced religion in Singapore, after Buddhism, Christmas celebrations are a thing here. You would witness several events and carnivals taking place throughout the month for Christmas and New Year. Many of the popular hangout places in Singapore feature beautiful decorations with props and lights. Orchard Road, Marina Bay, Sentosa Island, Gardens By The Bay, and Esplanade are some of the places that you must head to, during Christmas, to witness the celebrations. Singapore has a happening nightlife too and these nightlife places host lit countdown parties on New Year’s Eve.
Things To Do In Singapore In December
Here are some of the highly exciting things to do in Singapore in December to give a good closure to your entire year and create memories for the coming year:
1. Christmas Food
At Kallang, you will find some amazing places to eat, from cute cafes to classic restaurants, serving both local and international cuisines. There are so many places which have become a hub for cafes or some really good restaurants.
Make your way to the food street at Leisure Park, Kallang or the Kallang Wave Mall where you will come across multiple food joints serving food which are an utmost delight to taste.
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2. Gardens By The Bay
One of the popular tourist attractions near the Helix Bridge is Gardens by the Bay. Spanning over an area of 101 hectares of reclaimed land, the garden is a nature park. Situated adjacent to the Marina Reservoir, this garden comprises of three waterfront gardens that are Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden, and Bay Central Garden. Enjoy the scenic beauty and also eat the local food here.
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3. Tiny Rabbit Hole
Tiny Rabbit Hole is a crochet & amigurumi workshop in Singapore. When you attend this workshop, you are guided to design, crochet and bring your own fantasy creatures to life. Whenever you are visiting this city, you must join the Tiny Rabbit Hole for a creative crochet workshop with your friends and family to create sweet memories. Before visiting this place though, contact with its team well in advance and get your reservations confirmed.
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Are you excited about experiencing the above-listed things to do in Singapore in December? If you really are, then hurry, plan a trip to Singapore and be there with your family, friends or partner to get the best of December month.
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