Singapore Weather March Averages, Singapore
- Temperature 27°C 81°F
- High Temperature 31°C 88°F
- Low Temperature 24°C 75°F
- Day Temperature 29.2°C 85°F
- Night Temperature 28.1°C 83°F
- Sunshine Hours 7 hours
- Rainfall 174 mm
- Rainfall Days 17 days
- Sea Temperature 29°C 84°F
What's the Weather Like in Singapore in March
The official end of the northeast monsoon season, March in Singapore ushers in the beginning of spring with consistently warm temperatures.
The average daily temperature remains the same from February, sitting at 27°C (about 81°F), compared to April, which has an average temperature of around 27°C (about 81°F). In between the raindrops, be sure to head outside and soak up the warm weather.
The city-state has so much to offer visitors, from amazing shopping to unusual food options, and this month is a great time of the year to visit.
At night and in the early morning hours, the lows drop down to 24°C (about 75°F), a great temperature for sitting out at a street side bar or café, enjoying a cold drink with friends. In the heat of the day, the highs get up to 31°C (around 88°F), feeling pretty steamy for early spring.
Average Sunshine Hours
Like nearby Malaysia, this area gets about seven hours of sunshine each day, so you can have a full day of exploring. Even though the chance of a cloudy day is 80 percent, you'll still want to have a good pair of sunglasses, as well as a high-SPF sunscreen, as the UV index here is high.
Average Sea Temperature
With average sea temperatures staying around 29°C (around 84°F), you'll want to head down to the beach and spend some time in the sand and water.
The chance of rain on any given day is 40 percent. Over the course of the month, around 174 mm of rain falls, coming over 17 days. Bring along the umbrella or poncho, as well as shoes you don't mind getting wet. Fortunately, you won't get the monsoon rains the first two months of the year saw, but you should expect to have several rainy days during your stay in Southeast Asia.
You can check the weather forecast here.
Hotels in Singapore in March
THoliday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre
The Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre is conveniently located right on Singapore's main shopping street, Orchard Road, for your March holiday. You're also close to a large number of other attractions like the Central Business District, Chinatown and Little India. The 324 guest rooms all come with the comfortable amenities you expect from Holiday Inn. You'll get turndown service, complimentary morning newspaper, television, in-room films and bathrobes.
Marina Bay Sands
It's impossible to miss Marina Bay Sands in the Singapore skyline, with its unique architecture. Marina Bay Sands is home to the world's largest rooftop infinity pool and the Sands Skypark with huge observation deck. The rooms at the hotel come in several configurations, including standard rooms, family rooms and suites. All come with 24-hour room service, spectacular views of the city, glass-enclosed showers and fully-stocked mini bars.
Fraser Suites Singapore
The Fraser Suites Singapore are an ideal choice if you're planning on spending a lot of time in the area. All 255 units are fully-serviced apartments with kitchens, dining areas, separate living rooms and private bedrooms. All the rooms come with daily breakfast, in-room dining services, and housekeeping and laundry services. The hotel offers an outdoor swimming pool, jet pool, sauna, steam room, children's wading pool, playroom and barbeque area.
Bars and Restaurants
Right in the heart of Orchard Road, the Crossroads Café is a mix of Far East and Western cuisines. From the Wagyu burger to the Hainanese chicken rice, you'll be treated to all kinds of fusion flavours. The wine list includes over 300 varieties of reds, whites and sweet vintages, or you can opt for a draft beer. Stop in for breakfast, lunch or dinner in between bouts of shopping till you drop on Orchard Road.
A combination wine bar, ultra-lounge and Italian restaurant, Rosso Vino is the perfect place to spend the entire evening. Start with drinks at the wine bar, with an extensive wine collection from all over Italy. Head over to the dining room for a delicious meal of traditional and authentic Italian dishes. After dinner, finish up in the lounge, located out on the large patio with fun views of the hustle and bustle of Singapore's nightlife.
Things to Do in Singapore in March
Shopping at Haji Lane
If you're a fashionista or a shopaholic, you can't miss Haji Lane during your trip to Singapore. The tiny alleyway in the Muslim Quarter of the city is chocked full of specialty stores and boutiques selling clothing, shoes and accessories. You'll also find stores with goods and wares to outfit your home. If you need a bite to eat during your shopping adventures, stop into the quaint ice cream shop or grab a cup of coffee at the café.
When in Singapore, you must check out the incredible architecture of the Sultan Mosque, found near Arab Street in the Muslim area of the city. The mosque is open throughout the week for visitors to get a glimpse of the intricately-decorated interiors. The staff are very friendly and knowledgeable and can answer any of your questions. It is a place of worship and prayer, however, so be respectful when visiting.
ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands
The ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands mixes art, science, architecture, media and technology for a fun and educational experience for all ages. The exhibits change frequently, so you'll see something new each visit. The museum is open every day and on Fridays, kids can get in free with Family Fridays. Other museum amenities include café, gift shop and guided tours to enjoy on a March afternoon.
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