Cheap flights to Singapore
Flights to Singapore
How to Find Cheap Flights to Singapore
Find the best deal on cheap flights to Singapore with Skyscanner. To find the best flight price for your holiday, use Skyscanner’s flight search. If you’re flexible on when you fly, select the ‘cheapest month’ option to see the lowest prices over a whole year. Or if you know what month you want to fly to Singapore, find the cheapest day to travel with our whole month search tool.
Airports with Direct Flights to Singapore from the UAE
Direct flights to Singapore from UAE depart from Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
Which Airlines Fly to Singapore from the UAE?
* This information is correct as of June 2019
Singapore Changi Airport is located 20 km northeast of the city of Singapore. The journey time by car or taxi is 30 minutes. The MRT metro station is located beneath Terminals 2 and 3. It takes about 35 minutes to reach the city centre by train. SBS Transit bus 36 runs several times an hour between the airport and the city centre, taking approximately one hour.
When to Go to Singapore
Cheap flights to Singapore can be found from November to January which also coincides with the rainy season in Singapore. April and May are the hottest months. Another good time of year to visit is from September to October when the humidity has lessened and the Festival of Lights takes place. There are many other events in Singapore throughout the year including the Festival of Arts in August, the Grand Prix in September, Chinese New Year in February and the Dragon Boat Festival in July.
What’s the Weather Like in Singapore?
Singapore has a tropical climate with high temperatures, high humidity and substantial rainfall. Temperatures usually range from 22°C (72°F) to 35°C (95°F). April and May are the hottest months, while the wetter monsoon season is from November to January.
Where to Stay in Singapore
What to See and Do in Singapore
We've compiled a list of the top 10 things to do in Singapore. Singapore is a heady mix of east and west with influences from around the globe. From cut glass crystal clear, immaculately clean, skyscrapers to colorful, ornate traditional temples, the juxtaposition can be seen all over Singapore. Colonial era hotels sit next to run-down tin roof houses on narrow wining washing-strewn streets while the foods that can be found carry from Chinese and Malay to Indian and Italian. Studded with shopping malls and massage parlors, riverside bars and fabulous street-food stalls, Singapore is a lively and exciting place to experience. From high class resorts to budget backpacker hostels, this is a city that caters for every visitor. Those wishing to experience the traditional side of Singapore, outside Raffles Hotel and Orchard Road, should head to Chinatown and Little India or to one of the many stunning temples hidden around the city, to watch the tangerine-robed monks going about their daily lives in this eye-opening place.
Baba House, Chinatown Heritage Centre, Marina Bay, Orchard Road, Changi Museum and Chapel, Fort Canning Park, Canoeing, Temples, Jurong Bird Park, National Museum of Singapore.
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