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5 Things to Do in Singapore When it Rains – All-Weather Attractions in the Lion City

The city-state of Singapore offers a myriad of attractions for the visitor. Amongst these are a number of interesting things to do when it rains and it is not possible to venture outdoors, like those below.


Admire the highest indoor waterfall in the world

When the weather is not optimal in Singapore you will still have the opportunity to visit Cloud Forest, where you will find the tallest waterfall on the globe to be located indoors. Here you will be able to ascend to the summit of this waterfall on the elevator and climb down along the eye-catching ramps. You are sure to be enthralled by the way the flowers and vegetation change as you descend, just as they might if you really were climbing down an actual mountain in the tropics. You will see that Cloud Forest and the adjoining Flower Dome both feature climate control, meaning that you will be comfortable on your visit to these attractions.


Go shopping at Orchard Road

Going shopping at Orchard Road is always a good choice on rainy days in Singapore. This is because this vast shopping thoroughfare not only features a splendid selection of malls that will draw your interest but also due to the fact that many of the finest malls are interconnected through underground passageways. For this reason, it will not be necessary for you to venture outside in order to switch from one mall to another. At the shopping malls in Orchard Road, you will have the opportunity to view a mesmerizing selection of goods including stylish apparel, fashionable brands, houseware, consumer electronics and much more.


Experience the attractions of Science Centre Singapore

A visit to the Science Centre is an experience that all members of the family will enjoy. At this well-known attraction, you will have the opportunity to experience a wide selection of engrossing educational facilities in addition to interactive resources, presentations and games. The Science Centre Singapore has acquired a strong reputation for promoting innovation and creativity through distinctive and appropriate shows and exhibitions. The interactive displays to be found at the Centre which can be found in numerous galleries relate to a broad range of subjects relating to technology, science and mathematics.


Visit the Clarke Quay pubs

You can have a relaxed drink at Clarke Quay at different times of the day but when it is raining you will have an additional excuse to do so. Visitors to Singapore will be interested to know that many of the bars, bistros and restaurants to be found at Clarke Quay feature happy hours that extend throughout the day. You will find that many of the bars at Clarke Quay open relatively early and all of the establishments are covered beneath a massive and eye-catching roof, meaning that you will be able to remain dry whilst bar-hopping. If you are on the lookout for hotels in Little India, Singapore a choice to consider from which Clarke Quay would be within easy reach would be Park Hotel Farrer Park.


Explore the museums

Singapore boasts an excellent selection of museums that will capture the interest of the culture lover, and there will be no better time to visit them than when it is raining outside. Make it a point to check out the National Museum which offers many interesting exhibits related to the history of Singapore. On the other hand, the Asian Civilizations Museum provides a great deal of material related to the diverse regions of Asia. Other museums that will appeal to the discerning visitor include the flamboyant ArtScience Museum, the attractive Singapore Art Museum, the intriguing Changi Prison and the culturally significant Malay Heritage Centre and Chinatown Heritage Centre.

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