By Andrew Thompson
Singapore winters may be almost nonexistent - the coldest the island gets in winter is still a balmy 23 degrees Celsius. But even so, when spring rolls around there’s a palpable change in the air with many unique things to do. Weather-wise, the months of March, April and May are usually pleasant - though you’ll still encounter the odd thundershower, the wettest months are behind you. What’s more, the city’s famously tropical climate is not yet potent enough to confine visitors to air-conditioned interiors. As such, outdoor events, annual festivals, and school holidays help drive a renewed energy that makes spring the best time to visit Singapore. There are dozens of things to do in Singapore over the months of spring, from filling up on famous Singapore street food, to attending music, art and religious festivals, cooling off on the famous islands, and spiking adrenaline levels at the popular Universal Singapore.