Singapore experiences a tropical rainforest climate and thus there is no definite time for any of the seasons or the patterns of temperatures, and rainfall.
Singapore is made up of 63 islands. It is separated from Malaysia by the Straits of Johor and from Riau Islands by the Singapore Strait. Jurong, Pulau Tekong and Sentosa are some of the larger islands that comprise Singapore. Bukit Timah Hill is the highest point of Singapore and is at an elevation of 166 m (545 ft.)