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Singapore is off the charts. This city, with its mix of modern skyscrapers and traditional lifestyle is unlike any other city in the world. Apparently it's also the cleanest in Asia. Direct flights to Singapore are not a problem with Air France, KLM, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Lufthansa and others. Flights to Singapore with one stopover are usually cheaper.
If you're looking for the cheeps flight tickets to Singapore, make sure you start your search well in advance of your trip. Flights to the Lion City are never actually cheap and can be considerably expensive as its a major host to conferences and business expos. If you're looking for a deal, avoid visiting Singapore during any major events.
Direct flights to Singapore take 12h 40min.
To enter Singapore, you'll need an entry visa upon arrival. You can extend this later for a fee. Singapore offers so much for visitors, a wide range of sights and attractions. Make your list before you set off on holidays in Singapore because it's easy to get swept off your feet once you arrive!
Chinatown: Chinatown has been part of Singapore since Singapore became Singapore in the 18th century. You'll find the oldest Hindu temples here along with several mosques. Take a stroll through the lively streets, and if you're feeling brave, duck into one of the popular karaoke bars.
Colonial District: To visit Singapore's Colonial District you'll have to cross Cavenagh Bridge. After the statue of Sir Raffle, the architecture turns remarkably European. Particularly impressive are City Hall, the Supreme Court and the Victoria Theatre.
Sentosa: This island is just a short jaunt from the city centre. If you have a Singapore car hire, take it for a ride to this place and explore this paradise which is 75% rainforest. There are also some incredible beaches here plus some other attractions like a butterfly conservatory and an aquarium.
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If you want your trip as carefree as possible, avoid booking your hotels in Singapore while a convention is in town. Prices skyrocket. There are hotels of all types and sizes in Singapore and are considered some of the most expensive in Asia.