As we wave goodbye to the scorching heat of a long summer, it\u2019s time to welcome the most awaited season. The rainy season is definitely one to make the most of. And what better way than a much needed getaway? Here is a list of getaways to bring in the monsoon magic. Munnar, Kerala: The hills of Munnar, South India\u2019s prime tea-growing regions, are carpeted in emerald-green tea plantations. The low mountain panorama is splendid especially during the monsoons when mist envelopes the mountain tops. Covered with lush green foliage, monsoons in Munnar have a charm of their own. During your trip in Munnar choose to stay with an amazing offering by RCI, Club Mahindra, a property inspired by Indo-British architecture with ornate and spacious accommodation scattered on the land surrounded by tea plantations. Bangkok, Thailand: Thailand is another great destination which need not be off-limits during the monsoons. The rainy season makes fields and trees greener and the scenery gorgeous. On rainy days too, there are no dearth of interesting things to do. Shop till you drop at the enormous Terminal 21 shopping mall, MBK shopping mall, and so on. Visit the fascinating Siam Ocean World or go for one of the popular cooking lessons. Costa Rica, Central America: One of the wettest destinations in Central America, Costa Rica exhibits a delightful panoramic view, all thanks to the constant rainfall in this area. Along with white-sand beaches, the country boasts of lush rainforests and a copious variety of flora and fauna. Costa Rica, which means 'rich coast', is a popular destination for wildlife enthusiasts and ecotourists, and is home to a stunning variety of exotic plants and animals. In fact, some of the world's rarest and most endangered species can be found here. From stunning beaches to dense jungles, Costa Rica has it all. Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu: A paradise for nature lovers, Kodaikanal makes for a perfect hideaway during monsoons to witness nature\u2019s beauty at its best. Needless to say, the exquisite scenic beauty of this tranquil hill town during monsoon months is a real feast to eyes. Whether you indulge in nature walks or go for hiking or cycling around, the sublime weather and unsurpassed scenic vistas of this gorgeous hill town are sure to take you in its complete awe of sheer hypnotising. Singapore: Singapore has not one but two rainy seasons. Despite the rain showers, Singapore never misses out on the alluring events during the monsoon season. The amusing event of Great Singapore Sale, where people get unimaginable discounts brings out the shopping enthusiast in you. Travellers can also treat their taste buds with the delicacies at the Singapore Food Festival, held in monsoon. You can enjoy a visit to the Marina Garden Bay and witness the world\u2019s tallest indoor waterfall, go grab a drink at Clarke Quay, and the best of all you can pamper yourself at the spa.