Bukit Timah Hill
|Bukit Timah Hill|
The summit of Bukit Timah, the highest point in Singapore.
|Elevation||178 m (584 ft)|
|Prominence||163.63 m (536.8 ft)|
|Listing||Country highest point|
|Translation||"Tin-bearing hill" (Malay)|
Bukit Timah Hill is a hill located within the planning area of Bukit Panjang in Singapore. The hill stands at an altitude of 163.63 metres (537 ft.) above ground level and 178 metres (583 ft.) above sea level, making it the highest natural point in the city-state.
The weather at the peak of Bukit Timah Hill is cooler than the rest of Singapore. The average temperature range at Bukit Timah Hill is 22–34 °C (72–93 °F).
The average annual daily mean temperature at the peak is 26.8°C (80.2°F). The coolest month is December, where the average monthly daily mean is 25.7°C (78.3°F). The warmest month is May, where the average monthly daily mean is 27.7°C (81.9°F).
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