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Airlines flying to Singapore

Below is a complete list of airlines operating flights Singapore:

Airline Tickets to Singapore

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Flights to other cities

The prices for Singapore flights depend on many factors: the season, the city of departure, the airline, the availability of discounts and sales.

Direct flights to Singapore

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Helpful information

  • Singapore is the capital of Singapore
  • IATA code: SIN
  • Continent: Asia
  • Currency: Singapore Dollar (SGD) (Course: 10 SGD = 5.70 GBP)
  • Current time: 03:52 (GMT+8)
  • Current date: 2020.07.14

It's one of Asia's smallest countries by size but Singapore certainly punches above its weight with travellers. Book flights to Singapore with Airinme.com from the UK. 

Spend your days in Singapore shopping on its main boulevard, Orchard Road, and grab lunch at a hawker centre for the best local food. Later, take a night safari to see what's happening in the world's first nocturnal zoo. You can also spend your holiday in Singapore at the beaches of Sentosa, or explore the open spaces of this Garden City. Whatever you do in Singapore, you won't forget this small island in a hurry. Book flights to Singapore with Airinme.com today. 

Things to do in Singapore 

  1. Orchard Road is Singapore's crowning glory. Take a walk here to discover one of the world's very best shopping streets, with 22 shopping malls, six department stores and over 5000 brands. It's a great place to wander, even if you're just window shopping.
  2. Travelling with kids? Visit Singapore Zoo for a memory they'll cherish forever. Take a Night Safari for adventures after dark, or explore Underwater World to discover life under the sea.
  3. Take a stroll around Little India and Chinatown for colourful markets and fantastic food. The Chinatown Heritage Centre is a great place to learn more about the history of this local community.
  4. Head to Marina Bay, to the south of downtown Singapore, for a skyline that rivals Dubai, Hong Kong and Shanghai. Jump into an air-conditioned capsule on the Singapore Flyer, a 540-foot tall Ferris wheel, for stunning views over the island or hit the roulette table at the Marina Bay Sands casino.
  5. Take a trip to Sentosa, an island resort that's home to first-rate hotels, great restaurants, a golf course and even a nature walk.
  6. Want a glimpse of Hollywood? Universal Studios Singapore, also located in Sentosa, has seven zones – including Shrek and Madagascar-themed zones – with rides and shows galore.
  7. It might be a small country, but Singapore has its fair share of beaches too. On Sentosa alone there are three – Palawan, Siloso and Tanjong beaches – but you'll find more on the East Coast.
  8. There's a reason Singapore is called The Garden City. Take a break from resort fun and explore the Botanic Gardens, which are both free to enter and open from 5am until midnight every day of the year. The National Orchid Garden here is a special highlight.
  9. Learn more about Singapore's past when you visit the museums in the Riverside district. The Asian Civilisations Museum contains more than 1000 artefacts from all over the continent, while the Perankan Museum looks at the history of this south-east Asian community.
  10. And if you're into motor racing, there's no better time to visit than September when the F1 Singapore Grand Prix – the only F1 race to take place at night – hits the island's streets.

Shopping in Singapore

Shoppers from all over south-east Asia flock to the shops of Singapore. Here, you'll find everything from state-of-the-art electronics to designer clothes, antiques and Chinese tea. 

Orchard Road

Orchard Road is Singapore's premier shopping boulevard. Crammed with shopping malls and fashion boutiques, it's been voted the world's best shopping street and certainly gives 5th Avenue and Oxford Street a run for their money. 

Markets

Head to Bugis to visit its busy thieves market, while the Chinatown Street Market is the best place to buy souvenirs in atmospheric night-time surroundings. Or go to Little India's Tekka Market for one of the best places to buy fresh food, spices and flowers in Singapore. 

Tax refunds

Tourists can apply for a refund on GST (Goods and Services Tax) at the airport, but you must spend over S$100 to qualify. 

Eating in Singapore

For such a small country, Singapore has a delicious variety of food on offer. Chinese, Malay, Indian and western styles combine to create a cuisine that's always got something new to offer. 

Food in Singapore

Singapore's trademark dish is chilli crab. Most traditional dishes are noodle and seafood based, and fish head curry is an Indian-inspired classic. There's a vibrant coffee shop culture in Singapore too, and fast-food chains are easy to find. To sample a range of local dishes, visit in July when the Singapore Food Festival is on. 

Where to eat

Hawker centres – similar to food courts – are the best place to taste great Singaporean food. Cheap, delicious and very hygienic, you just need to grab a table, take note of its number and then order at the stall of your choice. Buffets are popular too and some of the best seafood restaurants are found on the East Coast. 

Insider's Tips 

Call 999 for emergency police help in Singapore, or dial 995 for emergency ambulance and fire assistance. 

British citizens do not usually need a visa for holidays in Singapore lasting 30 days or less. The local currency is the Singapore Dollar. 

Singapore enjoys year-round warm weather, with temperatures usually pushing 30 degrees Celsius, but it can be very wet during the monsoon season (November to January). 

Buy a Singapore City Pass and you'll get discounted entry to major sights, including Singapore Zoo, the Night Safari, Underwater World and Universal Studios. 

Getting there from Singapore Airport 

Airport shuttles

The airport shuttle bus runs between Singapore Airport and the city centre 24-hours a day. Tickets are sold at the Ground Transportation Desk in the Arrivals Hall.

Passengers can also catch a free shuttle bus between Terminal 3 and the neighbourhoods of Bedok, Sengkang and Changi Business Park. 

Buses and trains

The local bus route 36 runs from Singapore Airport to the city centre between 6am and midnight. Alternatively, take the MRT train from the airport to Tanah Merah station, then transfer to the east-bound train. 

Airport taxis

There are taxis at the arrivals level of all three terminals at Singapore Airport. Journeys to the city centre take approximately 30 minutes.