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Sparkling Singapore is an exciting city that prides itself on its architectural beauty with a modern twist. With an abundance of green spaces and stunning landmarks, you’ll find no shortage of sites to discover during an Asia cruise that departs from Singapore. Take a stroll down the sprawling Singapore Botanic Gardens or marvel at the futuristic waterfront park of Gardens by the Bay. Soak in the city-wide views from the top of the Singapore Flyer Ferris wheel or walk along the Marina Bay and explore historic hotels and bars. Singapore has a little something for everyone, including outdoor adventure, a world-class dining scene, unrivaled shopping, and everything in between.

On cruises from Singapore, you’ll stop in stunning ports in Thailand, Vietnam, and Japan, along the way. Even better, on some itineraries, you’ll spend an overnight in Singapore, which will allow you to discover the city’s thrilling nightlife and breathtaking skyline views that come alive once the sun goes down.

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Discover ancient landmarks, bustling cities, and delicious cuisine in Vietnam, an alluring destination that fuses French colonial history with modern Asian influences. Make your way around Ho Chi Minh’s five-star restaurants and lively markets. Admire the towering Marble Mountains in Da Nang and the ancient ruins and temples in Hue. During a stop in Hanoi, discover the natural beauty of Halong Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where you’ll be in awe of its towering limestone structures, hidden caves, and emerald waters.

Marvel at natural wonders, religious landmarks, and stunning landscapes during a Singapore cruise that stops in Japan. Stroll around tranquil Japanese gardens and admire the dazzling architecture in Kobe, a city also known for its famous mouthwatering beef. While at Mount Fuji, experience the wonder of Japan’s highest mountain, one of the country’s most sacred sites, and climb up to the top for unbeatable views of Shizuoka and Tokyo in the distance. 

Explore colorful destinations in Thailand during one of our cruises from Singapore. Most of our itineraries include an overnight stay in Bangkok, giving you a fantastic opportunity to discover the City of Angels. Spend two days visiting golden temples, admiring magnificent Buddhas, and scouring the floating markets, where you’re sure to find a variety of local treasures to bring back home.

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Experience the magic of a cruise from Singapore aboard one of our award-winning ships, where you’ll be surrounded by the utmost comfort and luxury throughout your journey. Travel to spectacular destinations in Asia, including ports in Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, and Hong Kong. All of our cruises from Singapore are open-jaw itineraries that depart and disembark in different ports, which allows you to discover more places in the region than ever before. 

Depending on the sailing, cruises from Singapore can include overnight stays in exciting cities like Singapore, Hong Kong, Hanoi, Manila, Bangkok, or Kobe. And on some cruises, you can even take advantage of overnight stays in two different cities, helping you maximize your time during your vacation around Asia.  

Spend your trip exploring fascinating ports of call and later unwind aboard a cutting-edge during days at sea. On your cruise, you’ll savor world-class cuisine that includes global-inspired menus crafted by a Michelin-starred chef. Throughout your vacation, you’ll also enjoy impeccable service from our team of concierges and butlers, as well as unlimited entertainment offerings at our visionary venues. 

Sip artisanal cocktails at an upscale bar or dance the night away in one of the lounges. Watch riveting performances in the theater and listen to live music at the open air Lawn Club, an alfresco area with more than a half-acre of real grass. Lounge under the sun at the outdoor pool or take a break at the serene indoor solarium. For a truly unforgettable vacation, book a stay at The Retreat, our luxury vacation experience that includes suite accommodations and access to a private restaurant, sun deck, and lounge. 

Whether you’re traveling alone, on your honeymoon, or with your entire family, you’ll find there’s no shortage of fun things to do while aboard a Celebrity Cruise.

Singapore Port Facilities & Location

Your Celebrity cruise from Singapore will be waiting for you at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore, or MBCCS. The cruise terminal is equipped with free wifi, souvenir shopping, and currency exchange. Plus, the Marina South Pier metro station is a short walk away, making it easy to get to or from your cruise ship to the city’s financial and business district. The city of Singapore has greatly invested in making its cruise facilities modern, luxurious, and state of the art.

Top Sights & Attractions for Cruises to Singapore

Gardens by the bay.

The Gardens by the Bay have become completely synonymous with Singapore. Here you’ll find sculptures in the shape of funky flowers lit up in bright colors. The garden is home to multiple greenhouses, like the Flower Dome, where the temperatures and the plant life are always in spring. In the Cloud Forest, a small mountain was built for visitors to scale, bringing a tropical mountain climate all the way to Singapore. Guided tours and shows happen daily, and there’s something for all ages here, including a children’s garden and a sculpture park.

Singapore Botanic Garden

This UNESCO World Heritage site is one of the few places to see the island’s rarest vegetation and greenery, making it not only a paradise but also one of the most important preservation efforts in all of Asia. When you cruise Singapore, take a leisurely walk through the grounds, where you can literally stop and smell the flowers. The Orchid Garden offers the largest collection of orchids in the world, and imported swans float along Swan Lake for a romantic afternoon out.

Singapore Flyer

Take a ride on the incredible Singapore flyer, a massive Ferris wheel in the heart of Singapore. Rides last about 30 minutes and offer incredible, panoramic views of the city during the adventure. Watch the futuristic skyline on one side and the peaceful harbor as ships float in and out on the other. At night, the Flyer even lights up.

Night Safari

For a close look at some of Singapore’s most exotic wildlife, take an unforgettable night safari, where you’ll enjoy a tram ride through this nocturnal zoo in the heart of the rainforest while on your cruise to Singapore. Nearly 150 species call this ecosystem their home, and 38 of them are endangered. There are even shows like fire-twirling and dancing, and smaller group buggy rides through the park with an expert guide.

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Top things to do in singapore, go shopping on orchard road.

The definitive spot for shopping in Singapore is Orchard Road, the shopping district home to over 5,000 businesses. You can lose track of time here while on a cruise to Singapore, whether you’re looking to explore art galleries, try on new clothes, or browse for high-end goods. There’s even a rare whisky museum where you can enjoy whisky tastings. Orchard Road is also home to many bars and restaurants that add to Singapore’s gourmet scene.

Board a Bumboat

One of the best ways to admire the Singapore skyline is by taking a scenic bumboat cruise down the Singapore River. From the water, you’ll marvel at the historic Boat Quay, as well as the city’s more modern architectural sites, including the towering Marina Bay Sands and Helix Bridge. If you board a bumboat at night, you’ll also have the chance to enjoy a thrilling laser show with music, light, and water that come together for a magnificent visual experience.

Walk Singapore’s Chinatown

When stopped before your cruise from Singapore, you’ll see the city has a vibrant energy that is infectious. Singapore’s Chinatown is a must-see for some of the cheapest, best street food in the city, shops featuring local artists and designers, and beautifully preserved temples. Walk the narrow streets, stop for a bite to eat, or tour the restored temple Thian Hock Keng.

Where should I eat in Singapore?

Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck

Make a reservation for one of the top spots for dim sum and its namesake, peking duck, here. There’s a location very close to the shopping along Orchard Road. This cozy spot is ideal for lunch after a long stretch of boutique hopping. You’ll want to plan ahead. Advanced orders are required if you want to nosh on the Beijing-style roasted duck.

Tarts at Tarte by Cheryl Koh

Address: #01-12, 1 Scotts Road, Singapore

When you’re craving sweets, Tarts at Tarte bring you pretty much every variety of tart, cake, and truffle available. Here you’ll find 66% dark chocolate tarts, blood orange tarts, and light-as-air sponge cakes. Bring some back to the ship with you as you cruise Singapore. Coffee and tea are menu staples, too. 

Address: #01-03 Dorsett Residences, Singapore

The one Michelin-starred Candlenut frequently makes “best of” lists in Singapore for its gourmet takes on Peranakan cuisine. The menu changes based on seasonal and available produce, and also offers luxe a la carte options from baby squid to chicken curry. Chef Malcolm Lee brings an extravagance to recipes passed down through generations of family.

Park Bench Deli

Address: 179 Telok Ayer St., Singapore 068627

Unpretentious and styled like an American deli, Park Bench Deli is a place to hang out with a juicy sandwich and a cold beer. From a classic fried chicken sandwich to the more adventurous pastrami tater tots, head here for comfort food in the heart of Singapore.

What’s the culture and history of Singapore?

The island of Singapore was settled by the British in the early 19th century, who then built up the port and encouraged international trade to the area. Singapore gained independence in 1965 and quickly became one of the wealthiest and most expensive places in the world as investments in housing, education, and trade began to expand. Singapore’s culture is a melting pot, known for influences from both Asia and Europe, where you’ll hear residents speaking many languages from English to Mandarin to Tamil. Its warm climate year-round makes it a favorite for tropical weather lovers.

Where can I go shopping near the Singapore cruise port?

Find luxury brands and well-known names when you’re shopping at the Marina Bay Sands Mall, which is just a short 15-minute ride from the cruise center, particularly if you’re interested in high fashion and Singaporean designers. Singapore’s Chinatown is also a must-see for its energy, where vendors not only sell cheap eats at their stalls, but also offer fashion from independent and emerging designers and artists looking to support their craft. Because so many vendors also sell food, you can hop from boutique to boutique and stay close to some of the best food before your cruise from Singapore. 

How can I get around Singapore?  

Singapore’s Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system is comprehensive and easy to navigate, not to mention efficient and clean. Hop off at the Marina South Pier station, just a short walk from the Marina Bay Cruise Centre, after spending time in downtown Singapore and the city’s main sights. Of course, taxis are very common in Singapore, but only stop at designated stands to drop you off once you’re in the city to curb traffic and make the drop-off process smoother for the city. Singapore doesn’t host ride-sharing services like Uber or Lyft currently. The city’s trishaws are mostly a tourist activity now, so be careful not to pay too much for one. 

What are the local currency and tipping customs?

The official currency of Singapore is the Singaporean dollar (S$). Tipping isn’t common practice in Singapore, and credit cards are considered the norm here. You can find currency exchange at banks and conveniently at the cruise port, called the Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore.

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Experience the allure of Singapore like never before with Fred. Olsen. Our Singapore cruises guarantee a journey beyond the ordinary, where travellers become explorers and every moment is a treasure. Get ready to set sail and be immersed in the mosaic of cultures of this vibrant city-state that perfectly blends architecture, arts and food. A cruise from the UK to Singapore promises a kaleidoscope of experiences, from shopping on Orchard Road to indulging in its bustling nightlife.[ReadMore]

WONDERS OF SINGAPORE

A stop at Singapore's cruise port presents the opportunity to experience the city's harmonious blend of modernity and tradition. Explore iconic landmarks such as the futuristic Gardens by the Bay, where Supertrees come to life with mesmerizing light shows, and the magnificent Marina Bay Sands, boasting breathtaking city views from its rooftop.

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Singapore is an exciting city where cultures blend together and diverse traditions pour into the streets. Explore the enchanting neighbourhoods of Chinatown and Little India to immersing yourself in Singapore's multicultural tapestry. Witness the rich cultural heritage reflected in the intricate architecture of temples, mosques, and shrines.

The food scene is a true revelation, with hawker centres serving up mouthwatering dishes from Hainese chicken rice to laksa. Don't miss trying the flavours of satay and chilli crab at local eateries! The culinary landscape is a testament to its multicultural population, where every bite tells a story of the city's diverse influences.

A cruise to Singapore presents a feast for the senses but also a journey through the heart of its culture, where tradition and innovation blend seamlessly. Cruise from Singapore and discover more of the Far East as you stop at enchanting destinations in Thailand , India and Australia . Take in the beauty of each country's unique charm, creating cherished memories along the way on one of our grand voyages .

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Solar eclipse 2024 live updates: Partial eclipse begins in Mexico, the U.S.

Total solar eclipse day is finally here, as millions of people across North America have begun to turn their gaze upward to witness the most highly anticipated celestial event in recent years.

People near Mazatlán, Mexico were the first to see the partial eclipse as it emerged on the continent at 12:51 p.m. ET, continuing on to San Diego, Calif. It will then travel along a “path of totality” that will span more than 100 miles across the width of the continent.

In the U.S., the sun will be fully obscured for a few minutes in 15 states from Texas to Maine, but the eclipse will be at least partially visible — weather permitting — in 49 states. Alaska is the only state where you won’t be able to catch a glimpse of the eclipse.

Follow along below for Yahoo News’s live coverage of Monday’s total solar eclipse. For those unable to view the eclipse in person, you can watch it in real time by clicking here .

Eclipse begins in Texas

For people in southern Texas — the first state along the path of totality — the eclipse has begun. According to NASA, a partial eclipse in the border town of Eagle Pass, Texas, began at 12:10 local time. Totality is expected to begin at 1:27 p.m. CT and last about four minutes, until 1:31 p.m. CT.

Nationwide Eclipse Ballooning Project launches 650 balloons ahead of eclipse

The Nationwide Eclipse Ballooning Project launched around 650 balloons made of biodegradable latex in preparation for Monday's total solar eclipse, NPR reported. The balloons, which are traveling at altitudes between 70,000 and 115,000 feet, were launched by undergraduate science and engineering students at more than 75 institutions from several points on the path of totality.

The balloon project will give students the opportunity to learn how to build instruments that can withstand extreme environments.

Is it safe for pets to be outside during the solar eclipse?

How safe is it to watch the total solar eclipse with your pets? According to Dr. Rena Carlson, president of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the eclipse is unlikely to affect pets in a substantial way, NPR reported. Carlson witnessed the way animals responded to a total eclipse in 2017 when her practice in Pocatello, Idaho, closed down so staff members, along with their dogs, could watch the eclipse.

"Honestly, the animals were probably more anxious because of our excitement than anything else," she recalled.

Carlson added that pets do not require special sunglasses during the eclipse.

"Keep the glasses for yourself, because we're the ones that are going to be looking up at the sun and need that protection for our eyes," she said. "They're just going to be looking around like they normally do every day and feeding off of your emotions and your excitement."

Eclipse watchers set up shop in Sylvan Beach, N.Y.

People in Sylvan Beach, N.Y, hoping to get a glimpse of the sky show, gathered along Oneida Lake on Monday.

Darkness will start spreading over Buffalo, N.Y., about 150 miles from the resort town and a spot along the path of totality, at 2:04 p.m. ET , with totality expected at 3:20 p.m. ET.

What the eclipse will sound like for those who can't see it

Astronomers at Harvard University designed a device to enable people with blindness or low vision to experience the solar eclipse right along with the millions of people who will be viewing it in North America.

CNN reports :

“We mapped the bright light of the sun to a flute sound,” said Allyson Bieryla, an astronomer at Harvard . “Then it goes to a midrange, which is a clarinet, and then during totality, it kind of goes down to a low clicking sound, and that clicking even slows down during totality.”
The scientists designed a boxy device — a bit larger than a cell phone — that converts light into audible tones in a process called sonification. The sounds change based on the intensity of the light, allowing people with blindness or low vision to follow the progress of the eclipse.
The device is called a LightSound , and hundreds of them will be at eclipse-viewing events on Monday.

Read more from CNN .

Where Biden will be during the eclipse

President Biden is traveling to the Midwest today for an economic event in Madison, Wis., followed by a campaign reception in Chicago before returning to Washington. And according to his public schedule, Biden is due to arrive in Chicago right around the time that the Windy City will be experiencing a near-total eclipse.

Chicago’s maximum eclipse coverage, or 93.9%, will occur at 3:07 p.m. ET. Air Force One is scheduled to touch down at Chicago O’Hare International Airport at 2:55 p.m. ET. And as of now, Biden is due to depart O’Hare for Soldier Field at 3:05 p.m. ET.

Mexico up 1st to witness eclipse

People in parts of Mexico, where the path of totality begins, have set up shop to witness the total solar eclipse shadowing Earth starting at around 11:07 a.m. PT, according to NBC News.

The city of Torreón will experience the longest stretch of totality, which is expected to last 4 minutes and 28 seconds. Here are some photos of eclipse watchers in Torreón.

Vendors capitalize on the eclipse with unique merchandise

Though catching a glimpse of the eclipse in person and snapping photos may be the main goal for many travelers, some are purchasing merchandise to memorialize the cosmic event.

Safety glasses might be the most popular purchase, but they're not the only thing vendors are selling.

Take a look at some of the souvenirs for sale near Niagara Falls.

Crummy weather? Forgot to get glasses? Here's how to watch.

If you waited until the last minute to grab the recommended glasses for viewing the total solar eclipse or are in an area where gloomy weather can impact your view, you can watch our live stream here.

County and state officials declare states of emergency across path of totality

Several state and local government officials have declared a state of emergency or made emergency resources available in anticipation of an influx of travelers flocking to their communities en masse to catch the best possible view of the total solar eclipse.

Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders declared a state of emergency on Friday in order to release funds to help commercial carriers transport essential items like groceries throughout the state. The news release stated that the decision was made in anticipation of the influx of visitors "potentially causing hardships."

The Texas Division of Emergency Management told CBS News that 16 cities and counties across the state have issued disaster declarations so that they could more easily receive state resources if the need should arise.

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine activated the Ohio Emergency Operations Center for the same reason. He said in a news conference that he's "confident that our local communities have fully prepared for the influx of spectators," but wanted to have the resources available should any "unexpected needs arise."

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb declared a state of emergency "to ensure preparedness for the solar eclipse," he stated in an executive order. The Indiana Department of Homeland Security has also activated emergency operations.

Officials in counties in the path of totality like Wayne , Jefferson and Essex in New York declared states of emergency as well.

Eclipse may cause abnormal activity in nature

Excitement is not the only thing the total solar eclipse is bringing. Experts say some strange things may happen within nature and even in yourself as the moon passes over the sun.

Here are some things to watch out for, according to Fox’s Sacramento affiliate, KTXL:

Shadow bands: Mysterious gray ripples that can be seen on the ground or on buildings

The “Purkinje shift”: A shift in color perception due to changing light levels from the sun’s darkening

Wacky weather: “Eclipse winds,” temperature drops and sudden thunderstorms may occur

Possible Venus and Jupiter sightings

Baily’s beads: “Diamond ring effect,” which happens when gaps in the moon allow sunlight to peek through its uneven edges

Nature’s confusion with nighttime: The activities of birds and bees may come to a halt due to the decrease in sunlight.

Moodiness: The eclipse is known to bring temporary changes in emotions and may cause deep emotional responses

Animal anxiety: The darkness can disrupt the internal clocks of animals used to being active during the day. Texas A&M University Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences says animals with a history of anxiety may whine, hide, pant or pace, according to KTXL.

6 N.Y. prison inmates will be able to see the eclipse after all

Six inmates at Woodbourne Correctional Facility in New York will be able to watch the eclipse after they sued the prison for attempting to prevent them from seeing the celestial event.

Jeremy Zielinski, Travis Hudson, Bruce Moses, Oscar Nuñez, Jean Marc Desmarat and David Haigh filed a federal lawsuit against the the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision. In March, the department mandated that all prisons would be on lockdown the day of the eclipse.

The inmates, who consider the eclipse to be a religious event, claimed the lockdown infringed on their religious rights. According to the Associated Press , "the six men include a Baptist, a Muslim, a Seventh-Day Adventist, two practitioners of Santeria, and an atheist."

“It will be 20 years before another opportunity like this exists,” Haigh told Hellgate in March about the eclipse. “I don't believe that just because I am incarcerated that I should be denied this opportunity, especially when this eclipse is scheduled to happen during normal outside recreation time.”

The department has since agreed to permit them to view the eclipse. As of April 4, only the six men at Woodbourne have permission to watch the eclipse according to Hellgate .

The lockdown was initially implemented as a safety precaution. The department said that 23 prison facilities — including Woodbourne — are in areas with either full or partial visibility and will experience darkness for up to three and a half minutes.

How school districts along the path of totality are handling the eclipse

School districts across multiple states in the eclipse’s path are choosing to dismiss students early or close entirely, while others are choosing to stay open and turn the event into a learning experience for students.

Several districts in Northeast Ohio , Arkansas , Texas , Georgia , Indiana , central Kentucky , Illinois , New York , Vermont , Pennsylvania , Oklahoma , Missouri , Maine and New Hampshire are closing for the entire day of April 8.

Others — like those in South Florida , central Ohio and North Texas — are letting parents decide whether they want to pull their children out of school without consequence, according to USA Today .

A number of major cities are anticipating an influx of visitors. Some local officials have declared a state of emergency, warning that traffic jams may occur and driving conditions could become less than ideal. As a result, districts in Texas , Upstate New York , New Jersey and East Tennessee , among others, will let students out early to prevent potential congestion on the roads.

Hundreds of couples plan to say 'I do' at mass eclipse wedding

Nearly 300 couples are expected to flock to the path of totality Monday to exchange vows under the solar eclipse.

According to People , Russellville, Ark., will play host to the “Total Eclipse of the Heart” festival, a mass wedding ceremony that will conclude a few minutes before the moon completely obscures the sun’s light. A wedding officiant, as well as decorations, flowers and cake, will be provided for free to couples who show up with a marriage license, though family and friends who wish to witness the ceremony must buy a ticket.

Rodney Williams, the event’s organizer, told KATV that the party had “grown way above my original expectations," with nearly 300 couples from 22 different states signing up to say “I do” under the eclipse.

"It's a once-in-a-lifetime experience with the eclipse, and a lot of couples have unique reasons for wanting to be married during that time," said Williams.

Solar eclipse triggers onslaught of conspiracy theories across social media

Yahoo News’ Katie Mather reports:

While most people seem excited — many even traveling to other states to witness the eclipse firsthand — others are spreading misinformation about the event. Some prominent social media users, like Infowars host Alex Jones, have spent the last few weeks spreading conspiracy theories about the eclipse on X, which have reached millions of people.
“Part of what makes conspiracy theories so compelling is their flexibility and malleability,” Yotam Ophir, an expert on media effects, persuasion and misinformation at the University at Buffalo, told Yahoo News. “Those who understand the world through conspiratorial lenses tend to interpret events, especially dramatic ones, as being driven by intentional, often evil, forces.”

Read more from Yahoo News on the conspiracy theories stemming from Monday’s total solar eclipse.

Millions gather for total solar eclipse festivities and fireworks

Millions of people have traveled near and far to the 15 U.S. states and areas of Canada and Mexico along the path of totality to prepare for the total solar eclipse on April 8.

According to consumer insights firm Lisa W. Miller & Associates, about 12 million people are expected to travel for a chance to see the moon block out the sun today, bringing in big bucks for the cities and small towns on the path.

Here's a look at sky-gazers from Niagara Falls, N.Y., to Mazatlan, Mexico.

Niagara Falls aims to set a new Guinness World Record

Hundreds of people are boarding a Hornblower Niagara City Cruises boat today in hopes of breaking the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people dressed as the sun.

Away they go! @NiagaraFalls needs 288 dressed up as the Sun to break the world record previously held by a group in China from December 2020. #SolarEclipse #NiagaraFalls pic.twitter.com/OzBdBGyZAj — Joy Joshi (@JoyJJos) April 8, 2024

Naturally, they’re aiming to set a new record on the same day as the total solar eclipse.

To pull it off, they’ll need 288 participants to topple the latest record, set in China in December 2020. A reported 400 people registered to board the boat near Niagara Falls.

Read more about the record from Yahoo Canada.

Yankees, Guardians push back start time for the eclipse

The New York Yankees had originally scheduled their home game against the Miami Marlins on Monday afternoon to coincide with the eclipse, planning to continue playing with the lights on, but the team ultimately decided against it .

“After reconsidering the challenges of playing through Monday's solar eclipse, including potential in-game delays, Major League Baseball and the Yankees have rescheduled the start time of the Yankees-Marlins game on April 8 at Yankee Stadium from 2:05 p.m. to 6:05 p.m.,” the Yankees said in a statement last week.

However, the team is still giving away promotional solar eclipse T-shirts to the first 15,000 fans in attendance.

The Cleveland Guardians also moved the scheduled start time of Monday’s home opener at Progressive Field against the Chicago White Sox due to the eclipse. That game will now start at 5:10 p.m. ET, an hour later than previously scheduled.

You'll be able to feel the eclipse when you see it

A total solar eclipse is more than just a striking visual phenomenon — its effects can be felt too.

As the moon crosses in front of the sun and casts a shadow on the Earth, there will be a shift in temperature, wind speed and humidity. The exact impact may vary based on cloud cover and time of year.

Since the last total solar eclipse took place during the afternoon in August, the shift was noticeable. According to CNN , the temperature fell 11 degrees over one hour in a Wyoming town, and dropped 4-8 degrees across the South.

Since this eclipse is happening in early spring, the sun’s angle will be lower than it was in August, but the eclipse will occur near the warmest part of the afternoon. The cooldown is expected to be brief but distinct.

Read more about the phenomenon ofrom CNN.

Will cellphone service be disrupted during the eclipse?

Cities in the center of the path of totality are likely to see an increase of cellphone usage Monday, which can cause minor service delays. However, major cellphone carriers claim they've fixed potential issues ahead of time.

AT&T, for example, saw network usage spike up to 15% in cell towers around the path of totality during the eclipse in 2017. Despite having a nationwide outage in February , a company spokesperson company told CNN the eclipse “will have no direct operational impact on our wireless network.”

Verizon is also anticipating smooth sailing: “We’re confident the additional capacity we’ve layered into the network over the past few years will accommodate any increases in data usage,” a spokesperson told Time magazine.

Meanwhile, T-Mobile released a statement in March claiming that the company “increased investments in network hardening by more than 30% over the past two years,” which should reduce service interruptions during the eclipse.

What if it's cloudy during the eclipse? Here's what to look out for.

If you happen to be in a cloudy spot during the eclipse, all is not lost.

According to Matthew Cappucci, a meteorologist and atmospheric scientist for the MyRadar app, you’ll still be able to see the moon’s shadow sweep across the sky even if it's cloudy. Chances are it will be dark and cloudy overhead, but the horizon around it will still appear bright.

“It looks very weird — like you’re in the middle of this ring,” he told Gizmodo , noting that you'll likely experience a sudden change in wind speed and see unusual animal behavior due to the spontaneous darkness.

“You can still experience it with your ears because the birds might change their roosting songs,” Patricia Reiff, professor of physics and astronomy at Rice University, told Time magazine. “You might experience it with your eyes because the dogs and other animals are lying down and acting as though it’s the evening.”

Even Bill Nye the Science Guy said an eclipse is super cool no matter how cloudy it is.

“It'll still be an eclipse,” Nye told the Austin American-Statesman . “Be in the moment for these four minutes. Just settle in and enjoy it. It's spectacular.”

What the total solar eclipse could mean for your zodiac sign

Astrologer and journalist Maressa Brown breaks down which astrological signs will likely be most affected by Monday's eclipse.

While eclipse season affects everyone in some way, you’ll feel the solar eclipse the most if it’s closely connecting with your natal, or birth, chart. This is the case if you were born when the sun, moon or other planets were in Aries — specifically, within 5 degrees of 19 degrees Aries — when you were born. (You can determine if this is the case by ... using an app like TimePassages .) Those with Aries placements will experience this eclipse by itching to rethink their persona or how they’re presenting themselves out in the world.
People with Aries placements aren’t the only ones who will feel this eclipse the most. Fellow cardinal signs Cancer, Libra and Capricorn are also more apt to experience shake-ups and shifts. (Again, you’ll feel it even more if you have planets around 19 degrees of these signs.)

Read more from Brown at Yahoo .

Niagara Falls packed with travelers ahead of the eclipse

Droves of tourists visited Niagara Falls on Saturday, Buffalo local news station WVIB reported , taking in the sight of the waterfalls ahead of Monday's solar eclipse. Visitors are now beginning to claim the spots where they'll watch the event.

People traveled from as far as North Dakota and Ohio to get to Western New York for the best possible view. New York state trooper James O’Callaghan told local stationWIVB that he predicts the majority of visitors were going to gather near the water's edge and at state parks.

Just moments after sunrise, Buffalo News photojournalist Joshua Bessex tweeted a video of guests lining up early near the falls.

People are starting to arrive at Niagara Falls pic.twitter.com/dBX4I6VC8q — Joshua Bessex (@Bessex_Joshua) April 8, 2024

What time is the eclipse happening, exactly?

The exact timing depends onwhere you are along the path of totality, but in the United States, the eclipse will begin in Texas shortly after noon local time (with totality beginning around 1:40 p.m. CT and ending at 1:45 p.m. CT). In Maine, it will be visible starting at about a quarter after 2 p.m. ET, with totality beginning around 3:30 p.m. ET and ending at 3:34 p.m. ET.

See the chart with precise eclipse timing below.

Here's the latest eclipse weather forecast for cities in the path of totality

The total solar eclipse is now mere hours away, and local forecasts in 15 states along the so-called path of totality suggest that viewing the highly anticipated celestial event may be a problem for some but less so for others.

Here are the latest weather forecasts for April 8 in popular places along the path of totality, courtesy of Yahoo Weather and the National Weather Service.

📍 Austin, Texas

Mostly cloudy with a high near 80°F.

Cloud cover: 76%

Chance of rain: 56%

Showers with a high near 81°F.

Cloud cover: 63%

📍 Little Rock

Partly cloudy with a high near 82°F.

Cloud cover: 16%

Chance of rain: 70%

📍 Indianapolis

Mostly sunny with a high near 74°F.

Cloud cover: 34%

Chance of rain: 11%

📍 Cleveland

Partly cloudy with a high near 65°F.

Cloud cover: 38%

Chance of rain: 51%

📍 Buffalo, N.Y.

Mostly cloudy with a high near 60°F.

Cloud cover: 87%

Chance of rain: 40%

📍 Burlington, Vt.

Mostly sunny with a high near 62°F.

Chance of rain: 0%

📍 Caribou, Maine

Sunny with a high near 57°F.

Cloud cover: 3%

A guide to watching today's total solar eclipse safely

Yahoo health and wellness writer Natalie Rahhal created a guide to safely watching the eclipse, from the importance of wearing eclipse glasses to making sure you’ve got the right pair.

👀 What can looking at a solar eclipse do to your vision?
Looking directly at the eclipse can do the same damage to your eyes as looking directly at the sun on a perfectly clear day. What makes an eclipse a more dangerous time for eye injuries, though, is that the sky and the surroundings will look dark during it. In reality, the sun’s ultraviolet rays are every bit as powerful from behind the moon.
😎 How can you safely watch the solar eclipse?
There’s really only one “do” for watching the solar eclipse, and lots of don’ts. The most important must-do is to watch through solar eclipse glasses . These are specially designed spectacles that are thousands — yes, thousands — of times darker than regular sunglasses, according to NASA .

Read more from Rahhal at Yahoo.

How to photograph the eclipse without damaging your smartphone camera

Anyone hoping to capture a photograph of Monday’s solar eclipse might want to consider purchasing a special solar filter for their smartphone — or even an extra pair of eclipse glasses.

Like your eyes, the lens on your smartphone camera can also be damaged if pointed directly at the sun.

Fortunately, special filters for smartphone cameras do exist, like the one invented by Doug Duncan , an eclipse chaser and former Hubble Space Telescope astronomer, and manufactured by American Paper Optics, a company that makes eclipse glasses. Though, according to NASA, holding a pair of ISO-certified eclipse glasses over the camera’s lens will also work.

The American Astronomical Society (AAS ) has a number of tips for photographing the eclipse on your smartphone, but it also encourages putting the camera away and just enjoying the show.

“No matter how good your photographs, they won’t do justice to the real thing,” the AAS writes on its website. “So make sure you take the time to see totality with your own eyes.”

AAA issues warnings for those traveling for the eclipse

The American Automobile Association (AAA), which insures drivers across the country, has issued a series of warnings for anyone on the road in major cities in the path of totality:

Keep your vehicle’s headlights on.

Put the sun visor down to block your view of the sun.

Don’t wear eclipse glasses while driving.

Don’t try to photograph or video the eclipse while driving.

Don’t pull over to the side of the road, highway or interstate to view the eclipse.

Exit the roadway, and park in a safe area away from traffic to view the eclipse.

Be mindful of pedestrians who may be walking around with their eyes on the sky!

In a March press release, AAA revealed that rental car company Hertz saw a 3000% increase for rentals on April 6. Being mindful about your time on the road is crucial: “Remember, this is also spring break for many families, so there will be extra travelers moving about that weekend,” the company said.

AAA booking data showed that Dallas, San Antonio and Austin, Texas, are the most popular cities along the path of totality, while Indianapolis, Cleveland and Buffalo, N.Y., are also considered “top eclipse-viewing destinations.”

Where will the weather be best for viewing?

The areas with the best chance of a clear view of the eclipse are across northern New England as well as in northern Arkansas and central Indiana, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration .

That includes cities near Caribou, Maine, where the National Weather Service is expecting “mainly sunny skies” with a high of 58 degrees and only 5% cloud coverage; and Burlington, Vt., which is expecting partly sunny skies and 7% cloud coverage.

According to Yahoo Weather , there is a 65% chance of rain on Monday in Austin, Texas, and a 75% chance in Dallas. Austin will also have 80% cloud coverage while Dallas will have 66%, which may impede viewing in both cities. The same goes for Buffalo, N.Y., which is expecting 79% cloud coverage, and Cleveland, Ohio, with 65% cloud coverage.

Indianapolis, Ind. and Little Rock, Ark. have a slightly better chance to witness the eclipse in all its glory, with 33% and 32% respective cloud coverage.

Read more: Eclipse weather forecast: From Texas to Maine, what conditions you should expect on Monday

What makes this different from 2017's eclipse?

Joe Westlake , director of NASA’s heliophysics division, said that more Americans will be able to see Monday's eclipse than the one that took place in 2017, which only experienced 100% totality in “fairly uninhabited” areas of the United States.

This one, however, “hits large cities like San Antonio, Dallas, and through Arkansas, Cleveland, Indianapolis and all the way into Vermont,” he told Yahoo News . Not to mention, the path of totality will be nearly 60% wider this time, and the eclipse itself will last much longer, with nearly four minutes of 100% totality in Dallas and Cleveland.

“There's over 30 million Americans within the path of the eclipse’s totality,” Westlake said of today’s event. “There's another 150-plus million within a 200-mile drive of getting there. I think a lot of people across the U.S. are going to do that, which should have a big impact [on cities].”

(Thumbnail photo: The moon covers the sun during a total solar eclipse seen from Cerulean, Ky., on Aug. 21, 2017. Timothy D. Easley/AP)

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GATEWAY TO SOUTHEAST ASIA

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Revel in this republic's eclectic mix of historical tradition and modern charm with a cruise to Singapore.

One of the most forward-thinking destinations in Southeast Asia, Singapore is where billionaires go to blow off steam, the world's most brilliant minds gather to discuss the technology of the future, and multicultural history is embraced through art, architecture and stories. Cruise to Singapore to feel the gentle humidity of the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, a rainforest that dominates the center of the country, or take a stroll down Haji Lane in the city center, an eclectic neighborhood with bold, colorful Malay murals on every wall. For a mix of history and modern culture, explore the Muslim roots at the proud gold and white Sultan Mosque. Don't miss the Gardens on the Bay, home to futuristic supertrees, and walk the connecting 22-meter high OCBC Skyway that overlooks the city. Discover the magic with a Singapore cruise.

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A MULTICULTURAL MECCA

Mandarin, English, Tamil and Malay are all official languages of Singapore, creating a truly multicultural epicenter for the world. Get onboard the best Singapore cruises and head to the city center to see how many cultures live harmoniously in the tightly packed, themed neighborhoods. 

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LIVE THE GLAM LIFE

Kampong Glam is the epicenter of Malay-speaking Singapore. You'll find a fascinating mix of architecture packed into a small space that draws from a complex cultural heritage. Shop along the trendsetting Haji street, lined with gigantic gorgeous murals, or stand in awe of the gold and white Sultan Mosque, a structure so big, North Bridge road was forced to bend around it.

Singapore, Little India Traditional Homes

INDIA TRANSPORTED

If you hear Bollywood music drifting lazily between buildings and smell the complex fragrance of curry spice in the air, you must be in Little India. Cruise to Singapore and walk along the friendly neighborhood packed full of food stalls, Hindu temples and budget-friendly shopping centers. Head to Mustafa Shopping Center for retail therapy, or witness the wonders of the colorful Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, an opulent temple dedicated to the goddesses Kali and Parvati.

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CHINESE TREATS

You'll find delectable treats on every corner in Singapore during your vacation. Stroll along the bold red and gold streets of China Town to pick up some delicious Chinese street food. Head to the Street Market to dine on the best crispy duck over noodles, golden satay and freshly steamed dim sum. Before you leave, be sure to check out the Sri Mariamman Temple and its vivid sculpture work.

Singapore, Singapore Central Business District

BIG CITY DREAMING

Singapore is full of new money and Cinderella stories. From the natural landscapes to the modern architecture, see the glitz and glam up close and personal when you cruise to Singapore. 

Singapore Marina Bay Sands Hotel

THE RICHEST HOTEL IN TOWN

Marina Bay Sands sits proudly above all other buildings, famously transforming the Singaporean skyline. Head to the top of the 55-story tower to catch an aerial glimpse of the city center, or book a room for the night to gain access to the rooftop bar and pool, where you can relax in luxury.

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FIVE-STAR FEAST

Looking for a five-star dining experience to write home about? Head to the Newton Food Center where hawkers are heroes, gloriously feeding thousands of hungry locals every day. Order a feast of plates, grab a table and tuck in! You'll be begging for more chili crab marinated in a sweet and spicy tomato-based sauce, BBQ grilled stingray, taro carrot cake and fresh spring rolls.

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The city is connected by a fleet of budget-friendly trains, and public transport is easy, safe and fast. While renting a car can be expensive due to road taxes, you can find affordable taxis just about anywhere in Singapore. There's no bad time to visit the country, since it's warm and humid all year long.

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Malacca, Malaysia Historical River Landscape

Malacca, Malaysia

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Ishigaki, Japan

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Sapporo (Muroran), Japan, TV Tower

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