Singapore Weather November Averages, Singapore

    • Temperature Temperature 26°C 79°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 30°C 86°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 24°C 75°F
    • Day Temperature Day Temperature 28.6°C 83°F
    • Night Temperature Night Temperature 27.3°C 81°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 6 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 250 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 25 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 29°C 84°F

    Singapore Weather for November 2021

    What's the Weather like in Singapore in November

    Rainfall

    Come November in Singapore, the northeast monsoon season is just around the corner, which will usher in the highest rainfall totals for the year. This month sees a big jump in rainfall, up to 250 mm of rain compared to 191 mm that fell in October. It's a good idea to have an umbrella or poncho packed, and you might even want a pair of galoshes to keep your feet dry as you're exploring the island.

    Even if you're forced inside because of the rain, you'll still have plenty of choices to keep you entertained. The area is known for a plethora of dining options and lots of shopping choices.

    Temperature

    The average daily temperature varies for the first time in several months, dropping down to 26°C (about 79°F), compared to December, which has an average temperature of around 26°C (about 79°F).

    At night, the lows still drop down to 24°C (around 75°F), a near perfect temperature for spending time outdoors.

    The average high is still warm but not as hot as it has been, topping out at 30°C (about 86°F). Even with the drop in average and high temperatures, you'll still want to pack the warm-weather clothing like short-sleeved shirts and shorts.

    Average Sunshine Hours

    You can expect around 6 hours of sunshine each day, so bring along the sunglasses for the rare moments you'll see the sun. The rain falls an average of 25 days this month, so the times for seeing the sun will be few and far between.

    Average Sea Temperature

    Because of the cloudy and rainy days, you probably won't be spending much time down at the beach. If you do get brave and venture that way, you'll be treated with warm water, averaging 29°C (around 84°F). Be sure to bring along a high-quality sunscreen with a high SPF. The cloudy days can be deceiving, but you can still get a nasty sunburn thanks to a high UV index.

    You can check the weather forecast here.

    Singapore Hotels in November

    Fullerton Hotel Singapore

    Not to be confused with the Fullerton Bay Hotel, the Fullerton Hotel Singapore sits right on the Singapore River in the financial district. Its 400 guest rooms are large with subtle and neutral décor to make you feel comfortable and at-home during your November stay.

    Hotel amenities include a rooftop infinity pool with amazing views of the city, a fully-stocked fitness centre, and numerous dining options like Jade, the Town Restaurant and the Fullerton Cake Boutique.

    Intercontinental Singapore

    Part of the Intercontinental family of hotels, the Intercontinental Singapore brings that same level of service and style to southeast Asia. Choose from an Executive Room or a Suite, depending on what you need in a room.

    All the rooms have plenty of space to spread out, tasteful décor and views from the large windows. The hotel has a convenient location near the centre of the city, close to a plethora of dining and shopping choices.

    Wangz Hotel

    A boutique hotel, Wangz Hotel offers a peaceful stay right in the middle of urban Singapore. The unusual architecture combines clean lines with modern décor, creating a one-of-a-kind setting for your holiday.

    Several room options exist for guests, including the Balcony Rooms with large private balconies and the Soak Rooms with large soaking tubs. All of the rooms come with feather-down comforters, mini-bars, flat-screen televisions and breakfast each morning.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Komala Vilas

    Welcoming and unassuming, Komala Vilas invites guests to enjoy authentic cuisine from south India. The menu is entirely vegetarian, and vegans will also find numerous choices. This is a great choice for the budget-minded traveler, as the restaurant serves up large portions with affordable prices. During the busiest times of the day, you can expect a small wait, but the staff do a great job of getting everyone through the line as quickly as possible.

    Makansutra's Glutton Bay

    If you're checking out the Marina Bay area and need a bite to eat, head over to Makansutra's Glutton Bay, a hawker centre with numerous food stalls. You'll find Chinese, Indian, Asian, Singaporean, Malaysian, Halal and seafood cuisine, so you're sure to find something to please everybody in your group.

    Glutton Bay also has a drink stall, serving up alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails and there's plenty of seating in the area to enjoy your meal.

    LeVel 33

    Beer lovers will appreciate LeVel 33, where they'll find numerous craft beers made in-house. Options include a blond lager, stout, India pale ale, house porter and wheat beer. The brewery is the highest in the world, sitting 33 stories up in the Marina Bay Financial Centre building.

    To complement the beers, the menu includes elevated pub grub, as well as an extensive Saturday brunch and Sunday roast.

    Things to do in Singapore in November

    National Museum of Singapore

    Head inside during the November monsoon rains at the National Museum of Singapore. There, you'll be treated to an inside look at the culture, history and people of the island. Along with the permanent exhibits, the museum brings in special exhibits throughout the year.

    Families with kids will appreciate the Family Time Guides that lead kids through the museum and give them interesting and educational information on their level. While there, don't miss the latest documentary showing in the museum's cinema.

    Singapore City Gallery

    Take a look back, as well as glance into the future, at the Singapore City Gallery. Here, you'll explore the urban plans for the city-state, showing where it all started and what the future holds. The gallery includes models, photographs and interactive displays.

    Check out the lights and sound shows and wander through the Urban Lab to learn more about research and development for the area. Throughout the year, you can sit in on various seminars and workshops.

    Formula 1 Race Track

    Fuel your need for speed at Singapore's Formula 1 race track, where you can witness the Singapore Grand Prix. The race is part of the Formula 1 race series that takes place all over southeast Asia.

    When the track isn't hosting races, it's home to numerous concerts and entertainment events, bringing in headlining acts like Bon Jovi, Maroon 5 and the Pet Shop Boys. You'll also want to check out the gift shop with fun souvenirs to take home.

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