The Mitraa

427 Race Course Road, Singapore, 218673, Singapore
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by chelseadakdduk

I'll be in Singapore at the end of October.Begining of November. What might the weather be then? Thank You C.D.

Re: Weather

by leics

From the climate states on the site below, hot and sticky with a fairly high chance of rain:

Re: Weather

by walterwu

There should be more wet days over here in Oct/Nov compared to mid of the year. But things has changed due to global weather pattern. May encounter dry period instead.

Oct/Nov should be cooler temperatures.

Re: Weather

by christabal

Singapore is by the equator so there are no extreme weather changes.

It is hot and humid but usually more rain is expected during October and November months but over the past years, as one writer wrote, the weather has been very unpredictable. For example, the main shopping street, Orchard Road was flooded not too long ago during the supposedly dry spell.

Re: Weather

by whistleshrill

There will be the occassional rain/downpour but usually lasts for less than half a day. Currently we are hit by the haze but it has been clearing up these few days.

Travel Tips for Singapore

Causeway Linking Singapore And Malaysia

by imran8852

This Is A Picture Of The Causeway Linking Between Singapore & Malaysia. There's Also A Picture Of Singapore Immigrations Checkpoint Building For Your Information.
Traffic Jams Usually Occur Across Both Countries On Friday Nights,Weekends Or During Holiday And Festive Seasons.
If You Drive To Malaysia Via Woodlands Causeway You Have To Pay SGD1.20 At The Checkpoint.

National Day Parade

by hassan_abu

National Day Parade. Really makes one pariotic.
So much effort has been done to make this parade a success. Although, I was in Singapore during this year's 2002 parade (our 37th so far), I am very proud to be a Singaporean

Understanding Singlish

by Nachons

Singlish, quite literally, means Singapore English-- a unique blend of the languages and dialects of the diverse ethnic groups residing here.

Most Singaporeans are actually capable of speaking proper English, but do not do so on a daily basis out of habbit. We do try to leave out the singlish punctuations when speaking to tourists, also known as Ang Mors (foreigners).

Common singlish punctuations are lah, lor, ley, wah lau, oei..usually teamed with an exclamation.

English- I don't want
Singlish- Don't want lah!

English- It's fine if you don't want it.
Singlish- Don't want, don't want lor!

English- Don't behave like that.
Singlish- Don't like that ley!

English- Why are you late?
Singlish- Wah lau! Why you so late?

And so on..someone mentioned dropping the Ts which is not quite how it goes. Words are still pronounced as is, most of the time. Most foreigners have fun trying to punctuate every sentence with a 'lah'....try it!

Hanging the washing out to dry.

by kiwi

The tradition of hanging washing out the highrise windows is definitely a Cultural scene, and could be a hazard of you were underneath anything falling. It was a strange sight for me but very common in Singapore.

Tree Top Walk At MacRitchie Reservoir

by Rachelynn

This is something that's pretty new in Singapore. I have NOT try it yet unfortunately...kekek, but the url that i have attached has a good write-up abt it and also directions to get to MacRitchie Reservoir.

I am planning to go after the month of dec as it's raining season in singapore now. Will definitely update you guys ya!

But from the website it seems pretty cool. I takes about 2 - 4 hours to do the complete walk. And there are only 2 toilet stops in between.


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Address: 427 Race Course Road, Singapore, 218673, Singapore