Singapore Weather September Averages, Singapore

What's the Weather like in Singapore in September

The calendar says its autumn, but the September weather in Singapore says differently. The temperatures stay high, more like the middle of summer than heading into last part of the year. The average daily temperature this month is 27°C (around 81°F), compared to October, which has an average temperature of around 27°C (around 81°F).

During the hottest part of the day, you'll see temperatures still reaching up to 31°C ...

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    • Temperature Temperature 27°C 81°F
    • High Temperature Holiday Weather 31°C 88°F
    • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 24°C 75°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 9 hrs
    • Rainfall Rainfall 163 mm
    • Rainfall days Rainfall days 18 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 29°C 84°F

    Singapore Weather for September 2019

    What's the Weather like in Singapore in September

    The calendar says its autumn, but the September weather in Singapore says differently. The temperatures stay high, more like the middle of summer than heading into last part of the year. The average daily temperature this month is 27°C (around 81°F), compared to October, which has an average temperature of around 27°C (around 81°F).

    During the hottest part of the day, you'll see temperatures still reaching up to 31°C (about 88°F). Like nearby Indonesia, the area sees some higher humidity, which, when combined with the warm temperatures, can make for some balmy days.

    Rainfall

    Fortunately, come nightfall, you'll get a break from the heat, with breezes blowing across the Java Sea. The lows drop down to 24°C (about 75°F), a great temperature for enjoying a cool drink on a bar patio or hopping from club to club. Even with that low, you probably won't need a jacket at night. During the day, bring along plenty of cooler pieces like shorts and short-sleeved shirts to stay cool. A sturdy pair of walking shoes for exploring is a good idea too.

    Rainfall chances increase this month, with up to 163 mm of rain falling across the month. This area sees around 18 days of rain over September, so it's a good idea to come prepared with an umbrella or a poncho. The chance of rain on any given day is 40% and the chance of a cloudy day is 80%. Bring along the sunscreen with a high SPF as well; the high UV index can cause major sunburns.

    Average Sunshine Hours

    In between the clouds and the raindrops, get outside and enjoy the 9 hours of sunshine the island gets this month. That's plenty of time to get in some major sightseeing and still have time to chill next to the pool or down on the beach.

    Average Sea Temperature

    The average sea temperature of the Java Sea and the Singapore Strait this month is 29°C (about 84°F).

    You can check the weather forecast here.

    Singapore Hotels in September

    Crowne Plaza

    Located at the Changi Airport in Singapore, the Crowne Plaza is not only conveniently located, it has lots of helpful amenities to complete your September holiday. You'll have access to two outdoor pools, surrounded by beautiful landscaping, as well as a fitness centre and spa.

    Other amenities include babysitting services, laundry facilities, self-parking, valet, and children's activities. If you need a bite to eat, check out the two on-site restaurants and two bars, or opt for in-room dining.

    Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

    A comfortable choice for those watching the budget, Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore offers clean rooms and lots of extras you wouldn't expect. Hotel amenities include free shuttle service to the business and shopping districts of Singapore, free Wi-Fi throughout the entire property, and several on-site dining options.

    Room options include a superior or deluxe room; executive, deluxe or premier suite; or club room, which comes with exclusive access to the club lounge.

    Village Hotel Katong

    A Far East Hospitality property, the Village Hotel Katong is one of a few hotels found in Singapore's eastern region. It's only 15 minutes from the Changi Airport and from the business and shopping districts of Singapore.

    All of the suites and rooms come with a private balcony with views of the area, as well as luxury baths with separate rain head showers. Room options include the family rooms with two queen beds and the suites with over 55 square metres of space.

    Beach in Singapore for September

    Palawan Beach

    For families and those with young kids, Palawan Beach is the ideal spot for a day in the sun. The warm water in September, which averages 29°C (about 84°F), is perfect for swimming. Every weekend, Captain Palawan leads the young ones on a treasure-finding adventure around the beach.

    The Port of Lost Wonder is open to kids aged 3 to 10 and offers a water play area and family-friendly shops and restaurants. Use the Sentosa Bus #3, the Sentosa Tram or the Sentosa Express to reach this beach.

    Bars and Restaurants

    MTR 1924

    Part of the Singapore dining scene for over 90 years, MTR 1924 gives guests a taste of authentic food from south India. Specialty dishes include rice idli, bonda soup, khara bhath, ragi dosa, akki rotti and poori sagu. You can dine off the a la carte menu, or choose that day's set menu with a variety of Indian favourites. The simple and casual dining room is great for families and kids, and offers a laid-back spot to enjoy your Indian food.

    NOX Dine in the Dark

    If you're feeling adventurous come dinner time, head over to NOX Dine in the Dark, a whole new concept in dining. While here, you'll dine in complete darkness so that you can really experience your food.

    The restaurant operates under the idea that with the sense of sight gone, you have to rely more on smell and taste, giving you a deep appreciation for the true flavours of food. Each night, the menu consists of a set three-course meal and after your meal, you get to see what you actually ate.

    Fratini La Trattoria

    Consistently ranked as one of the top restaurants in Singapore, Fratini La Trattoria doesn't offer a lot of frills or extras. However, the food speaks for itself and brings customers in again and again. When you dine, there are no menus, as the chef comes up with a different selection of dishes each day. You can be assured you'll be treated to delicious Italian antipasto, pastas, seafood and dessert, as well as wines and beers.

    Things to do in Singapore in September

    Singapore Flyer

    Get an incredible view of the city you can't get anywhere else on-board the Singapore Flyer. The observation wheel gives guests a thrilling look at Singapore from the glass windows offering 360 degree views.

    You can even choose to dine on a four-course meal during your ride in one of the dining cars or sip on cocktails in the bar car. Before or after your ride, check out the Journey of Dreams exhibit that dives into the history of Singapore.

    Cloud Forest

    Part of the Gardens by the Bay, the Cloud Forest allows you to feel like you're actually walking among the clouds during your September holiday. The unique garden setting features a 35-metre-tall mountain of vegetation.

    You can walk or take a lift to the top, and once up there, walk around the catwalks and elevated walkways, feeling like you're in a cloud. The forest is also home to the world's largest indoor waterfall.

    Kranji War Memorial

    Located on the north side of the island, close to the Straits of Johor, the Kranji War Memorial honours the fallen during World War I and II. The memorial is also a cemetery for military heroes from Singapore. While there, you'll see several smaller memorials, including the Cremation Memorial, Civil Hospital Grave Memorial and Singapore Memorial.

    You can access the memorial via taxi or public transportation, with the nearest station a 10-minute walk from the cemetery.

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