Singapore's symbol, the Merlion - a half-lion, half-fish mythical creature - proudly welcomes all visitors. With our current offers on cheap flights to Singapore, getting there is easy and affordable. Read more...

Flights to Singapore

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Choose from our range of Singapore holiday packages below that each include your flights, accommodation, and often special bonuses like tours and free upgrades. If you can't find the package you're looking for, contact one of our friendly consultants on 133 133 and don't forget to ask about customising a package to suit your needs.

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Singapore Airport (SIN)

Flights from Australia to Singapore will disembark at Singapore Changi Airport.

Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) is Singapore's primary airport and the home base for a large number of airlines including Singapore Airlines and Tiger Airways. Spanning across four terminals, Singapore Changi Airport is a major stop over hub for international travel to Asia.

Airport Accommodation: There are a number of hotels located in close proximity to Singapore Changi Airport. Book your Singapore Airport accommodation.

Getting to Singapore

There are many airlines that offer flights to Singapore from Australia. Direct flights from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane take around eight hours. Direct flights from Perth take around five hours and 30 minutes.

Airlines that fly to Singapore

Airlines that offer cheap flights to Singapore from Australia include:

For more on Singapore holidays check out our Singapore travel guide or view our range of Singapore holiday packages that include flights, accommodation and often other extras like tours or car hire.

About Singapore: 

In 1824 Britain acquired sovereignty over Singapore; a control that remained in place until the country declared separation from the UK in 1963, with total independence in 1965. As such the colonial legacy remains strong within the Asian state. To explore the British influence, wander through the colonial district, also known as Riverside or Civic, to explore the Old Parliament Building which is now an arts centre, City Hall, a Cenotaph memorial, St Andrew's Cathedral and the former Supreme Court Building. The hotel, Raffles, epitomises the British influence and is definitely worth a visit; consider staying on to enjoy a Singapore Sling.

Singapore: Merlion FountainMerlion Fountain

Modern Singapore boasts distinct neighbourhoods all deserving exploration. Experience Chinese culture in Chinatown, sample Indian delicacies in Little India and hunt down incredible fabrics on Arab Street. For shopping, take a bee-line for Orchard Road, the city's foremost shopping street. When it's time to rest your head, take your pick from the wide range of Singapore accommodation available, including luxury hotels at affordable prices.

Singapore: Marina BayMarina Bay

In the far south of the country, Sentosa Island offers a variety of attractions including a famed beach, golf club, underwater world and numerous World War II fortifications. In Singapore's north, the Singapore Zoo, with the popular night safari, is perfect family entertainment. With our flights to Singapore you can explore all of this and more.

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