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Singapore, the small yet beautiful island city-state, is a melting pot of cultures. One of the premier destinations in Southeast Asia, Singapore has been attracting millions of business and leisure travellers every year. Get ready for some spark with cheap flights to Singapore from FlyOfinder and discover one of Asia’s top destinations like never before. With its world-class shopping malls, delicious food, cultural diversity, green and safe environment and vibrant nightlife, Singapore is beckoning you. Look forward to an exceptional experience with cheapest Singapore flight reservations and enjoy vacation in ‘Uniquely Singapore’!

Flying to Singapore


Singapore Changi Airport

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High Season

mid-December to February

Low Season

August to October

Cheapest Month to Fly


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Best Time to Fly

June to August

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Time Zone

Singapore Standard Time (GMT +8)

Must see Places in Singapore

Raffles Hotel: Named after British statesman Sir Stamford Raffles, founder of Singapore, the beautiful historic Raffles Hotel is a colonial architectural masterpiece. The hotel has been associated with many great litterateurs like Joseph Conrad, Somerset Maugham and Noel Coward. Don’t forget to relish the hotel’s famed Singapore Sling cocktail.

National Orchid Garden: The National Orchid Garden is a great place to visit and admire Singapore’s national flower orchid in full bloom. It is situated within Singapore Botanical Gardens and spreads over three hectares area on its highest hill. More than 1,000 orchid species and 2,000 hybrids are displayed in the beautiful garden’s landscaped slopes. It is divided into four zones based on four seasons.

Jurong Bird Park: The Jurong Bird Park with over 8,000 birds showcased in four interactive walk-in aviaries offers invigorating experience to all those taking flights to Singapore for a vacation. These aviaries include the Waterfall Aviary, the South East Asian Bird Aviary, the Jungle Aviary and the Royal Rumble. All the birds are kept in their natural habitat.

The lovely, small city-state with the modern trappings, offers it all to make your holiday simply enjoyable, fun-filled and entertaining. Here are some of the top attractions which you should consider visiting during your stay. These include Chinatown, Little India, Sentosa Island, Marina Bay Sky Park, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore Zoo, Universal Studios, S.E.A. Aquarium, Marina Bay Sands, Asian Civilisations Museum, Victoria Theatre, New Supreme Court, St Andrews Cathedral, Haji Lane, Fort Canning Park, National Museum of Singapore, Merlion Park, East Coast Park, Southern Ridges, National Gallery Singapore, and Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. 

Best Time to Fly to Singapore

Singapore is though a year round destination, but is perfect to visit from November to June and July to October. Most tourists from around the world prefer to enjoy vacation in the garden city during these times, renowned for its lush tropical landscape and unchanging weather pattern. When travelling during November-June you will enjoy winters as well as many festivals, particularly Chinese New Year.

Getting Around in Singapore

Singapore is efficiently connected with different parts of the world through Singapore Changi Airport, which handles numerous international airlines. The city centre can be reached from the airport through various modes of public transportation, including air-conditioned buses, taxis, rental cars and MRT train.

Best Things to Do in Singapore

Singapore is a beautiful city-state of many contrasts. It is small in size, but there are lots of big surprises in store for you. Get ready to discover the hidden gems with some of the popular things to see and do. Experience and enjoy Singapore like never before.

  • Consider taking a Night Safari and getting up close to wild animals. The wildlife park in Singapore’s northern reaches is open for visitors only in the evenings from 7:30 pm to midnight. The nighttime jungle is home over 1,000 animals, including 120 species of nocturnal creatures, such as Himalayan griffon vultures, alligators, greater one-horned rhinoceroses, tigers, wildebeests fishing cats and gazelles
  • Think of wandering around Gardens by the Bay spread over 101 hectares of reclaimed land. This futuristic botanical garden with biodomes and supertrees is one of the most remarkable green spaces in Singapore. The botanical gardens is home to over 800 plant species from different climatic zones
  • Go shopping on Singapore’s main shopping street Orchard Road. You will enjoy shopping at the glittering malls, designer shops, department and fashion stores. Some excellent food courts are there to gorge on delicacies satiating hunger pangs after tiresome shopping.
  • Enjoy riding the Singapore Flyer, one of the largest observation wheels in the world. The 166-meter-tall ferris wheel overlooking the South China Sea near Marina Bay, offers awesome views of Singapore’s brightly lit skyline at night

Go for a waterfront sightseeing walk from the iconic Marina Bay Sands hotel, shopping, and restaurant complex to the north alongside the Marina. You will get stunning views of the city-state skyline while crossing the Helix Bridge

Frequently Asked Questions

Singapore is served by direct flights from some of the major cities in the United States. If you are taking direct flights to Singapore from San Francisco the flight duration will be of 17 hrs 30 min, while direct flights from Singapore to New York is of 18 hrs 30 min. However, flights with a stopover or two from USA take between 25 hours and 27 hours on average.

San Francisco is currently the most popular city being served with direct flights from Singapore. The key Southeast Asian city-state Singapore is served with seven (7) nonstop flights from San Francisco per day. The route is mostly served by United Airlines.

Major international airlines offering nonstop and indirect flights to different cities in the United States from Singapore include Singapore Airlines, Air China, Cathay Pacific Airways, EVA Air, Emirates, China Eastern Airlines and many others.

The best way to travel to the city centre from Singapore Changi Airport is by taking a Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) train, which will take around one (1) hour. After arriving at the airport, you need to walk down to the Changi Airport Station from the Arrival halls and take MRT train two stops to Tanah Merah Station.

Singapore experiences very humid and hot climate. The temperature during daytime hovers from 79 F to 86 F, but is slightly cooler at night. Constant humidity is though interspersed with short, heavy rainstorms.

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