If you were like me and woke up this morning to find the skies overcast with grey clouds and none of the spectacular partial eclipse that the media was harping on the whole of yesterday, I have decided to search through this entire century's worth of eclipses to find 2 that will satisfy your curiosity (health and longevity not guaranteed).
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The left one is a total solar eclipse on the 20th April 2042 and although the path of totality does not fall over Singapore, it is the nearest path of totality we will be getting in a long long time, and we will still get some really awesome partial eclipse.
The right one is an annular solar eclipse falling on the 28th February 2063, meaning that the moon is not big enough to cover the sun. With an eclipse magnitude of 0.9292, we will be getting a nice thin annulus outlining the moon. This on the other hand, allows the antumbra to fall right over Singapore and it should be very beautiful indeed.
Please try to live as long as possible!