A Rainy Day Holiday in Singapore
Updated: Oct 27
Things to do in Singapore when it's rainy weather
Create some Photos showing Rainy weather days.
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...
Hopefully you'll have blue sky's and sunny days during your stay in the Lion city. But what will you do if you only have 2 or 3 days in Singapore and the forecast is calling for heavy rain all day. Which sometimes happens from time to time in the tropics and especially during the rainy season (November to February).
In this blog you'll learn about some fantastic adventures you and your group can take if a rainy day attempts to steal part 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, 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 Shopping Mall underground. Here you will discover an incredible array of Shops & Stores, fine restaurants, Theaters, and more as you explore these areas.
5 Awesome things you can do in Singapore on a rainy day.
Explore many of the incredible Malls that have direct MRT access.
Discover Gardens by the Bay.
Catch a Show/Performance at the Esplanade.
Checkout the Shoppes at the Marina Bay Sands and the Sands Expo & Convention Center.
Discover the Tekka Market Center in Little India, walk Serangoon Road as much of it is covered.
Exciting locations to explore in Singapore with direct MRT access, so you stay dry when its rainy.
Marina Bay area
Marina Bay Sands
Sands Expo & Convention Centre
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
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
Want to learn more about using the MRT & BUS system to quickly get around Singapore? See our Blog Using Singapore's MRT & BUS System to save time and money
Want some help exploring Chinatown, Little India and Kampong Glam
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