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Cheap Flights to Singapore Changi

Singapore is a rich cocktail of Asian cultures, swirling with the color, life, and energy of many traditions and influences. The glistening infrastructure of this hugely prosperous city runs like clockwork, and everything about the place seems polished to a high shine.

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Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) is the country’s main airport, and a huge aviation hub for all of Southeast Asia. It serves an incredible 53 million passengers each year, and is the home base of Singapore Airlines, SilkAir, AirAsia, Tigerair, Jetstar Asia Airways, Scoot, and Valuair. SIN serves more than 100 airlines operating 6,400 weekly flights connecting to over 250 cities in 60 countries worldwide. It is also one of the biggest cargo hubs in the world.

Changi Airport currently has three terminals, T1, T2, and T3, with plans for a future T4 which will serve budget airlines. Each terminal is connected by monorail, and the amenities on offer are amazing. Hotels, swimming pools, indoor waterfalls and gardens, including a butterfly garden, are mixed in with luxury shopping and restaurants.

The airport is connected to the Mass Rapid Transit train network, with a station located underground between T2 and T3 directly accessible from both terminals. Buses and taxi services are also available for travel into the city.

What to Do in Singapore

This immaculate city has managed to maintain a balance between sweeping skyscrapers and peaceful green parks. The Botanic Gardens are unbelievable with millions of orchids and a “cloud garden,” while Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is home to more species of plants than all of North America.

Getting around is quick and easy, so you’ll be able to cover a lot of ground, if you like, stopping in at some of Singapore’s amazing museums, and shopping until you drop at its many malls. The food in Singapore is legendary: Asian fusion like you’ve never imagined: in fact, eating is often called the national pastime. Don’t leave without trying the chili crab.

Advice to Tourists Visiting

Singapore Most nationalities can visit Singapore without a visa. Malay is the national language, but in practice, English is everywhere. The currency here is the Singapore Dollar and the changing booths in every shopping mall often offer better exchange rates than banks.

The heat in Singapore can be exhausting to those unused to it: the temperature is always in the 80s and humidity is always high. Take breaks when you can and remember to hydrate. July through October is a great time to visit in terms of crowds and sales, for those in quest of designer treasures.

The level of luxury on offer at even the more affordable hotels in Singapore is exceptional. With Skyscanner’s free hotel price comparison tool, you can find the accommodations of your dreams for even less.  

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