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From the opium dens of the past to the hi-tech wizardry of today.

Singapore has traded in its rough-and-ready opium dens and pearl luggers for towers of concrete and glass, and its steamy rickshaw image for cool efficiency and spotless streets, but you can still recapture the colonial era with a Singapore Sling under the languorous ceiling fans at Raffles Hotel.

At first glance, Singapore appears shockingly modern and anonymous, but this is an undeniably Asian city where Chinese, Malay and Indian traditions from feng shui to ancestor worship create part of the everyday landscape - colourful contrasts that bring the city to life.

Weather

Singapore is one giant sauna at any time of the year. November to January are the wettest months, but the other months are not exactly dry either. From March to September there is a distinct lack of refreshing winds. Generally, expect temperatures to average around 31°C (88°F) during the day and linger around 24°C (75°F) at night.

Go anytime. Climate is not a major consideration, as Singapore gets fairly steady annual rainfall. Instead, coordinate your visit with one of the various festivals and events: Thaipusam is a spectacular Hindu festival, occurring around February. If shopping and eating are major concerns, April brings the Singapore Food Festival and the Great Singapore Sale is held in June.
A Top Day in Singapore

Singapore can't match the messy human chaos of Bangkok, the high-tech chaos of Tokyo or the grand outdoors of Sydney, but it does have all these things in small, Singaporean-sized pieces. Take a few days to discover more than just its stopover clichés.

Spend the first morning wandering around Chinatown and sampling its culinary wonders, then head to the World Trade Centre (WTC) and cable car your way up Mt Faber for a beer and a view of the city. While away the evening with a leisurely stroll along the quays and dinner at Empress Place.

On Day 2, wander around the Padang and visit the Asian Civilisations Museum, then take in a typical lunch at a hawker centre before bracing yourself for some Orchard Rd shopping action and dinner on trendy Club St.

Spend the next morning exploring Little India, then chill out at the Botanic Gardens or the Singapore Zoo, building up an appetite for a pepper-crab feast at Newton Food Centre, followed by a show at the Esplanade or some disco action at Zouk.

 
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