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Average temperature 22°C to 34°C
Average rainfall 2,342.2mm a year
Average humidity 60 to 90 per cent
Best time to visit
Heavy rain dominates the weather between November
and February, while April is a hot and humid month. Wet
weather may, however, still persist during drier months,
and it is best to be prepared for intermittent wet surprises
Kuala Lumpur 325km, 45min
Jakarta 894km, 1hr 35min
Manila 2,397km, 3hr 35min
Bali 1,690km, 2hr 30min
Bangkok 1,425km, 2hr 20min
Phuket 939km, 1hr 45min
Beijing 4,457km, 6hr 15min
Shanghai 2,358km, 5hr 20min
Hong Kong 2,573km, 3hr 45min
Ho Chi Minh City 1,090km, 2hr
Hanoi 2,186km, 3hr 25min
Melbourne 6,061km, 7hr 20min
Perth 3,903km, 5hr
Tokyo 5,313km, 7hr
Seoul 4,667km, 6hr 25min
Taipei 3,248km, 4hr 40min
Singapore Visitor Arrivals in 2010 & 2011
Visitor arrival statistics The majority of Singapore’s top 10 markets showed a dip in arrivals in 2009. However, 2010 arrivals painted a rosy picture. All top markets, except the UK, registered growth in the first eight months. Indonesia and China retained their positions on the arrivals chart as the top and second-biggest source markets respectively.Singapore’s tourism industry received a boost from July’s 1.1 million visitors, a record for arrivals in a month. STB attributed the growth to improved travel sentiment, the allure of Marina Bay Sands, Resorts World Sentosa and the Great Singapore Sale.
Marketing initiatives by STB’s regional offices and tactical promotions by airlines and hotels were pivotal in securing robust arrivals. The inaugural Youth Olympic Games in August also boosted arrivals for the month, as did the appeal of the new integrated resorts and improved economy.
In line with the sharp improvement in tourist arrivals in the first eight months of 2010, the hotel industry recorded a healthy average occupancy rate of 85.9 per cent. Inbound travel agents have seen a return in travel demand since late 2009, resulting in a steady pick-up in hotel room bookings. By mid-2010, many travel agents in Singapore faced the problem of a room supply deficit in city hotels and budget hotels beyond the city centre.
Rising hotel rates did not deter visitors who were drawn by the country’s new casinos and attractions. Average room rate in Singapore from January to August stood at S$209.60, an increase from 2009’s average of S$191.New rooms coming online also did little to quell rising room rates. Singapore’s room count is expected to reach 42,000 by end-2010, up from 39,000 in 2009. Over 15,000 new rooms are expected by 2013.
As of first quarter 2010, the Urban Redevelopment Authority had 15,031 hotel
rooms in the pipeline, most of which are expected to be completed between the
quarter of 2010 and 2013.
The Fullerton Bay Hotel 100 rooms
Marina Bay Sands Hotel 2,500 rooms
Hotel Michael 473 rooms
Festive Hotel 387 rooms
Hard Rock Hotel 364 rooms
Crockfords Tower 120 rooms
The Saff Hotel 79 rooms
The Club Boutique Hotel 22 rooms
New hotels in 2011
Spa Villas 40 rooms
Equarius Hotel 372 rooms
Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort 454 rooms