Airports in Singapore
Singapore city centre
Flights to Singapore: practical information
Cheap airlines to Singapore
You can find cheap flights to Singapore departing from all over the UK. There's only one hope for finding Singapore low cost flights and that's with Air Asia. Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) is considered one of the best airports in the world, with super slides, museums and one of the widest arrays of passenger amenities!
When to book flights to Singapore
Singapore's climate is consistently warm, thanks to its location just north of the equator. It's humid and rains often.
- Peak season: December to March (northeast monsoon), June to September (southwest monsoon).
- Low season: After New Year's as many locals head to visit their families.
Direct flights to Singapore take 12h 40min from London.
Experience Singapore: what to do, what to see
Singapore, being a huge city has a lot to offer the travellers in the city. Whether you're looking to spend the day at the beach, at the shopping malls, tasting the best cuisine in the city or exploring the museums... you will find exactly what you're looking for here while on holidays in Singapore.
Essentials in SingaporeBeaches:
For beach time head to Sentosa, there are three beaches there or to the East Coast, easy to reach with a Singapore rent car
. Most of the beaches are man-made. The longest stretch of sand is found at Changi Beach, also the oldest natural beach in all of Singapore.[/p]
Food: Since this city is so loaded with culture, finding international cuisine is as easy as taking a stroll along just about any street. Foodies will be satisfied by what they find in Chinatown, Little India and along the East Coast (especially for seafood).
Museums: For historic and museum sights, the Bras Brasah area is where you'll find Singapore's colonial beginnings. These are not to be missed: Museum of Shanghai Toys, Singapore Air Museum and the Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum.
Find more information on stb.gov.sg.
Accommodations in Singapore
Today Singapore hosts more conventions and international delegate meetings than any other city. Obviously their hotel scene reflects that. Luxury is easy to find and surprisingly you can still find personalised service at many of the smaller hotels too. For budget and low-cost hotels in Singapore, look in the Geylang area which is still central, just east of City Hall.