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Why Fly to Singapore?
Its location means that for many Singapore is a convenient stopover point on their journey elsewhere, but this island city state is more than a jumping off point to other destinations. Singapore's ethnic diversity makes for a cosmopolitan hub where it is possible to sample a huge selection of cuisines from all over Asia. Its shopping emporiums are also a huge tourist draw, as is the fact that Singapore is generally incredibly well organised and its public transport equally efficient. You can use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find cheap flights to Singapore.
Flying to Singapore from the UK
It is possible to get cheap flight deals from several UK airports to Singapore's Changi Airport. London Heathrow has direct flights to Singapore which take approximately 13 hours. Several carriers operate one-stop services to Singapore from a range of UK airports including Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Bristol and Birmingham.
Popular Flight Routes to Singapore
Which Airlines Fly to Singapore?
Qantas, British Airways, Singapore Airlines and Virgin Atlantic all offer non-stop services to Singapore from London Heathrow. Although non-direct flights take longer, they can sometimes be cheaper. If you are looking for a cheap flight to Singapore, this might be your best bet. Malaysia Airlines offers a one-stop service to Singapore from London Heathrow via Kuala Lumpur which takes around 16 hours. Emirates offers one-stop services from Manchester via Dubai, while Singapore Airlines, Qantas, Virgin and British Airways fly to Singapore from Edinburgh.
Mini Travel Guide to Singapore
First-time visitors often head straight to Scotts and Orchard Road where many of the big shopping centres and plazas are located. There is virtually no limit to what you can pick up at these complexes, from antiques and handicrafts such as prints, porcelain and wooden sculptures, to books, electrical equipment and designer clothes. Many shops stay open late and the area is most lively after sun down. After shopping, the second favourite pastime in Singapore is eating. Whether you can afford to splash out at one of island's excellent high-end restaurants, or favour the brightly-lit hawker centres and food courts which offer all manner of delicacies from across Asia, you will be spoilt for choice in Singapore. The ultimate experience for many visitors is a trip to iconic Raffles for a spot of tiffin, or to the hotel’s Long Bar to try its famous – if not rather pricey – Singapore Sling.
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