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Double rainbow Singapore
Photograph: @osmanthus_tea/Instagram Bedok

A double rainbow arches over Singapore on the last day of 'circuit breaker'

A rainbow at the end of the storm to provide all of us with some much-needed hope


After 56 long days, Singapore emerges (cautiously) from our 'circuit breaker' period. It's been a challenging time for everyone, with the ever-present threat of Covid-19 and its ramifications hanging in the air. Not to mention the heartbreaking news coming out Minneapolis at the moment, the impact of which can be felt around the world.

But on the evening of June 1, there was a reason to take pause, smile and feel like everything's going to get better.

After a wet and dreary afternoon, a spectacular rainbow emerged during the sunset as if to mark the end of these trying times. Set against cotton candy-pink and purple sky, the faint double rainbow is also a fitting way to welcome the start of Pride Month.

Here are some gorgeous photos of the double rainbow arched over Singapore.

Double rainbow Singapore


Bedok Photograph: @osmanthus_tea/Instagram



Double rainbow Singapore


Tampines Photograph: @zeehannie/Instagram



Double rainbow Singapore


Simei Photograph: @nicolemarieng/Instagram


And for those of us who didn't get to catch the rainbow, this brilliant golden sunset also provided a brief moment of peace.

Double rainbow Singapore


Tiong Bahru Photograph: Dewi Nurjuwita




Double rainbow Singapore


Jurong Photograph: Kashmira Kasmuri


Have photos of this evening's rainbow you want to share with us? Tag us @timeoutsg on Instagram.

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