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Village Hotel Bugis
Located in the Arab Street and Kampong Glam enclave, and a mere stone's throw away from Bugis Village and Little India, Village Hotel Bugis is at the crossroads of Singapore's Arab, Peranakan and Indian enclaves. The Bugis MRT station, which is just a 5-minute walk away, connects guests to the Or...
Travel Dates: Selected travel dates 15 February - 28 February 2018.
Village Hotel Bugis
Located in the Arab Street and Kampong Glam enclave, and a mere stone's throw away from Bugis Village and Little India, Village Hotel Bugis is at the crossroads of Singapore's Arab, Peranakan and Indian enclaves. These multicultural and multinational influences are seen in the Indian, Chinese and...
Travel Dates: 1 - 28 February 2018.
The official symbol of Singapore is the Merlion, a mythical creature that has the head a lion and the body of a fish. Legend has it that the body represents the country's heritage as a fishing village and the head signifies Singapore's original name, Singapura meaning lion city. The most recognised Merlion statue is the 8.6 metre porcelain creature standing proud in Merlion Park. The statue was originally placed in 1972 at the tip of the Fullerton Waterboat House Garden. However it was moved in 2002 to its current location.
While the Merlion Park statue is the most famous, there are other Merlion's scattered throughout the country. There's a three-metre high polymarble reinterpretation at Faber Point and another at the Tourism Court that was unveiled in 1995. Alternatively check out the two metre statue standing behind the iconic version.
Needless to say souvenir merlion's are available for purchase including stuffed toys, magnets and key chains.
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: