Singapore Weather June Averages, Singapore
- Temperature 27°C 81°F
- High Temperature 31°C 88°F
- Low Temperature 24°C 75°F
- Day Temperature 29.6°C 85°F
- Night Temperature 28.7°C 84°F
- Sunshine Hours 8 hours
- Rainfall 163 mm
- Rainfall Days 19 days
- Sea Temperature 30°C 86°F
Whats the Weather like in Singapore in June
While it feels like summer pretty much all year round in Singapore, June signals the official start of the season on the calendar. This month brings more of the same steamy temperatures and steady rainfall amounts. The southwest monsoon season officially begins this month, but the rainfall makes a gradual increase, not hitting its full impact until much later in the season. So, this month is still a good time to visit for a summer holiday.
Compared to May, which saw around 171 mm of rainfall, this month gets about 163 mm of rain across the month. That amount of rain falls over 19 days and rain typically falls in the late afternoon and early evening hours.
Be prepared with a good, sturdy umbrella or a poncho and you'll want a pair of shoes or sandals that you don't mind getting wet. When it is raining, take advantage of the city's excellent public transportation system to get from place to place without getting soaked.
In this part of southeast Asia the average daily temperature sits at 27°C (around 81°F), compared to July, which has an average temperature of around 27°C (around 81°F). The humidity starts to pick up this time of the year, with the winds blowing in warm air from the southwest and southeast.
At night, you'll get a welcome rest, with lows dipping down to 24°C (around 75°F). Head outside and enjoy the cool night air with a drink or meal on a local restaurant's patio. During the day, the highs get up to 31°C (about 88°F).
Average Sunshine Hours
You'll want to bring along a good quality sunscreen with a high SPF, as the UV index is high in this part of Asia. Even with lots of cloud cover, you can still easily get sunburnt. Expect around 8 hours of sunshine each day, plenty of time for being out and about.
Average Sea Temperature
The average sea temperature is still 30°C (about 86°F), which will feel pretty warm, especially with the hot outside air.
You can check the weather forecast here.
Singapore Hotels in June
Pan Pacific Singapore
A five-star luxury hotel in the heart of Marina Square, the Pan Pacific Singapore welcomes guests with a beautiful property and amazing amenities. Choose from standard rooms, deluxe rooms with balconies, and large suites with lots of room to stretch out. All of the rooms come with comfortable beds, workspaces and neutral décor. Hotel amenities include a spa with fitness centre, kids' playground, outdoor pool and even on-site tailor.
From the moment you walk into the modern and open lobby, you'll be treated like a star at the Fairmont Singapore. The expansive property has 769 guest rooms and suites, all of which have a private balcony with sweeping views of the area. The Executive Club area of the hotel features a private lounge with breakfast and evening cocktails. The 15 on-site restaurants serve everything from Japanese to Italian cuisine, giving diners a taste of many world flavours.
Mandardin Oriental Singapore
Part of the famous Mandarin Oriental family of hotels, the Mandarin Oriental Singapore delivers the same high level of service you'd expect from the hotel line. From the impeccable décor to the amazing views from the floor-to-ceiling windows, the rooms provide an ideal place to call home during your stay in Singapore. During the day, pamper yourself at the on-site spa, or claim a spot around the beautiful pool and soak in the June warmth.
Beach in Singapore for June
East Coast Park
Part of Singapore's national park system, East Coast Park sits just east of the Marina Bay area and offers numerous beach activities. With an average sea temperature of 30°C (about 86°F) in June, you can also enjoy warm waters for swimming.
While there, you can enjoy a picnic lunch on the warm sand, shaded by palm trees. You can also participate in beach volleyball, cycling, cable skiing and water sports. Other amenities include shower facilities and public restrooms.
Eating and Drinking Out
Rhubarb Le Restaurant
You'll be treated to high-end French cuisine prepared by Chef Paul Longworth at Rhubarb Le Restaurant. The restaurant only has seven tables, so you're guaranteed personalised service from the staff. You can watch the chef and his sous chefs prepare your meal in the open-concept kitchen that looks out on the dining room. Along with amazing food, the menu has an extensive collection of wines from France.
Located in the Ritz-Carlton, Colony is more than just sitting down and eating; it's an interactive culinary experience. The restaurant has seven different live "conservatory kitchens" where chefs cook various dishes for the guests. The stations include The Grill and Rotisserie with grilled meats, The Wok full of Asian specialties, and The Tandoor offering Indian meats and breads. You can dine for break
Things to do in Singapore in June
Sands Skypark Observation Deck
Not for the faint of heart or those with a fear of heights, the Sands Skypark Observation Deck sits atop the Marina Bay Sands hotel. At the top, you'll be 57 stories above the city and get to enjoy panoramic views in every direction. The observation deck is open every day until 10 or 11 p.m. at night so guests can take in the view after dark when it's lit up with the lights of the city. Several restaurants and a snack bar offer food and drinks.
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum
At the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, you'll get to see and experience real monks worshipping at the Buddha temple. You'll also get to explore the museum full of Asian and Buddhist cultural artefacts, items and wares. Allow yourself plenty of time to explore, as the temple and museum include four stories, the roof, basement and mezzanine. Check the website for the latest schedule of the Buddhist services, if you want to see one in person.
MacRitchie Reservoir Park
Found just outside the main city area, MacRitchie Reservoir Park is a great place for the active and outdoorsy visitors to get some fresh air in June. The park includes numerous hiking trails and a large lake for pontoon boats, canoes and kayaks. For your convenience, the park has restrooms, showers, locker rooms and snack bars to grab a bite to eat. You can also just sit on the reservoir deck and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature.
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