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A RAINY DAY HOLIDAY IN SINGAPORE

Discover & Photograph Singapore's Hidden Gems

You will discover more of the Lion City if you start-out with a good plan. At Singapore Street Shots our Blogs will help you discover Singapore’s hidden gems. We'll give you Information & tips for creating stunning photos and exploring Singapore's neighborhoods.


What to do on a rainy day in Singapore


Hopefully you'll have blue sky's and sunny days during your stay in Singapore. But what will you do if you only have 2 or 3 days in the Lion City and the forecast is calling for heavy rain, which sometimes happens during the rainy season (November to February).

At Singapore Street Shots it takes far more than a little rain to stop us from enjoying a great day discovering the city. In this blog we’ll show you what you can discover in Singapore and how to create stunning photos even on a rainy day... We’ll tell you about some fantastic adventures you and your group can take if a rainy day attempts to steal part or all of your holiday. Plus you'll stay cool and dry in AirCon most of the day, all while discovering many fascinating places around Singapore.

Did you know some MRT Stations are located in Singapores major shopping malls like Vivo City Mall, Star Vista Mall. Also other stations are so large and contain so many shops & restaurants they seem like shopping malls, at times you feel as if you're in a giant underground Shopping Mall. Here you will discover an incredible array of Shops & Stores, fine restaurants, Theaters, and more as you explore these areas.



10 Awesome things to do on a rainy Singapore day.


  1. Explore many of the incredible Malls that have direct MRT access. Vivo City Mall Star Vista Mall

  2. Discover Gardens by the Bay.

  3. Catch a Show/Performance at the Esplanade.

  4. Checkout the Shoppes at the Marina Bay Sands and the Sands Expo & Convention Center.

  5. Discover the Tekka Market Center in Little India, walk Serangoon Road as much of it is covered.

  6. Explore Far East Square Use the Downtown Line MRT and Exit Telok Ayer Stop ID: DT18 For easy access to the Far East Square.

  7. Discover Chinatown as many of the streets have covered walkways. Use the Chinatown MRT Station.

  8. Visit Singapores world class Museums. Peranakan Museum National Museum of Singapore National Gallery Singapore LINKS to More great Museums you can visit.

  9. See a Performance, Play or Concert at one of Singapore incredible Playhouses. See Whats on while you're in Town.

  10. Discover Singapores Hawker Center food culture. Bukit Canberra Hawker Centre (Location) Bukit Panjang hawker centre (Location) More great Hawkers around town Singapore Foodie


 

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GREAT MRT STATIONS TO EXPLORE ON A RAINY DAY

  • Raffles Place Stop ID: EW14 / NS26

  • City Hall MRT ID: NS25 EW 13

  • Esplanade MRT ID: CC3

  • Promenade MRT ID: CC4

  • Bayfront Stop ID: DT16 / CE1

  • Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station

  • Outram Park MRT Station

  • Chinatown MRT Station (DT19)

  • Farrer Park MRT Stop ID: NE8- City Square Mall

  • Jurong East Stop MRT ID: EW24 / NS1

  • Harbourfront MRT Station ID: NE1/CC29


 

Want to learn more about using the MRT & BUS system to quickly get around Singapore?


 



Ilonka and I would like to thank you for participating in our Singapore Street Shots "Rainy Day Holiday in Singapore".

We hope you learned something of Singapore’s fascinating history, created some fantastic memories & photos and found some new friends during you stay in Singapore.


Don't forget to LIKE & FOLLOW our Facebook page and post some of your stunning Singapore photos along with a short story about your experience on our Singapore Street Shots Facebook Page


Cheers,


Mark & Ilonka

Mark Stevens & Ilonka Guenther

Business Owners, Photographers & Travelers



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SEE ALL OUR BLOGS

At Singapore Street Shots we want you to make the most out of your holiday in Singapore. Our blogs offer you tips & advice for not only exploring Singapore, but creating stunning photos. You will discover and photograph more if you do some research and create a good plan for every day.




Singapore in Pictures - Telling your Singapore story with photos.

(A Seven blog series)​


SINGAPORE SHOPHOUSES - Telling your Singapore story with photos.

Singapore Skyline Panorama's - Photograph Singapore's world class Skyline

Singapore's Chinatown - Kreta Ayer - Telok Ayer - Tanjong Pagar - Bukit Pasoh

Singapore's Little India - Culture & Colour

Kampong Glam - Singapore's Arab Quarter

Hawkers & Markets - Flavor the Moment

Singapore - Off the Beaten Path - Discover the Singapore most tourist never see



 


DRESSING FOR SECCESS -Look good and Feel good on your day-trip

Tips for Travelers: Capture your Memories with Pictures

A Rainy Day Holiday in Singapore - Things to do in Singapore when it's rainy weather

MASTER YOUR CAMERA - Use your camera like a pro

EASY EDITING - Make all your photos pop

Great Singapore Shophouse locations - The best locations for photographing Singapore Shophouses



 

FUTURE BLOGS

(Coming soon)



A Five Blog series

"Discovering Singapores Parks"

Parks:

1st Series: East and West coast parks:

2nd Series: Singapore Botanical Gardens:

3rd Series: Kent Ridge & Hort parks:

4th Series: Fort Canning park:

5th Series: Lakeside Gardens


A Three Blog series

"Photographing Singapores Natural Beauty"

Nature Reserves:

1st Series: Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

2nd Series: MacRitchie Nature Reserve

3rd Series: Singapore Zoo and Singapore Bird Park


 

A Six Blog series

"Photographing Singapores Islands"



Singapore’s islands:

1st Series: Pulau Ubin

2nd Series: Coney Island

3rd Series: Sentosa Island

4th Series: St. John Island

5th Series: Kusu Island

6th Series: Lazarus Island.


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