Airlines adjust prices for plane tickets based on the day and time that you book your flight. After analyzing data from all airlines, we have discovered that the best days to book flights from London to Singapore are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
Singapore Airlines provides 66 of the non-stop flights between London and Singapore.
|Average duration of direct flights:||12h59m|
|Airports at destination:||SIN , XSP|
|Flight route:||LON ✈ SIN|
|Price starting from:||From £389.33|
Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore is the most prominent tourist destination of the world. The sovereign city-state which is also an island country of Southeast Asia was founded as a trading colony by the British in 1819. After gaining independence it is the most prosperous and tax-friendly country of the world. The tax-haven has the busiest port of the world and is also a financial hub. Singapore is an affluent city with a multi-cultural population including Chinese, Malay and Indian. The beautiful city-state is known for its modern skyscrapers, a plethora of attractions, tropical climate, shopping malls, delicious food and vibrant night-life.
Tip: Singapore is ranked 9th in the world on the UN Human Development Index and ranks 7th in the World in the highest GDP per Capitalist.
Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) located in Changi, is the main international airport serving Singapore. The airport is also known as Changi Airport. One can commute to the city from the airport via hotel shuttles, taxis, train and local buses. Several airways and airlines have daily flights from London to Singapore. Direct flights to Singapore are available by British Airways and multiple airlines. Travel time for London to Singapore flights is approximately 13 hours and 10 minutes. Other options of cheap flights from London are by Emirates Airlines, Philippine Airlines, and other multiple airlines.
Tip: To get good deals on ticket price, book in advance.
Attractions in Singapore
Singapore with numerous attractions is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. Sri Mariamman Hindu Temple, Lian Shan Shuang Lin Buddhist Monastery, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Sultan Mosque are some of the religious landmarks of the city. The city has beautiful natural landmarks such as parks, gardens, beaches, etc. Some of the popular natural attractions are Chinese Garden, Garden By the Bay, Sentosa Islands, Singapore Zoo, Marina Bay and Singapore Botanic Gardens. For the thrill-seeking tourists, the city has the popular Universal Studios Singapore, Adventure Cove Water Park, Mega adventure and Skyline Luge Sentosa.
Tip: Enjoy the Singapore F1 races during the month of September.
Commute in Singapore
Commuting in Singapore is very easy with the city-state having one of the world’s most widespread and efficient public transport system. One can travel to anywhere in Singapore using the Mass Rapid Transit or MRT which is an extensive subway network. Other options of commuting include local buses, taxis, rented cars and motorcycles and even bicycle. Tourist can even enjoy the bumboat or motorised sampan when travelling from Changi Point Ferry Terminal to Pulau Ubin.
Tip: To travel in Singapore with convenience and discount purchase the travel cards such as EZ-Link card or Singapore Tourist Pass.
Shop and Dine in Singapore
Singapore has a vast range of unlimited shopping and dining options. The multi-cultural city offers numerous cuisines such as Malay, Chinese, Indian, and other international cuisines. One can find delicious food even on the street side stalls or hawker centres especially in the Chinatown neighbourhood and Tiong Bahru Market. Chinatown and the nearby neighbourhoods of Bukit Pasoh, Kreta Ayer, Tanjong Pagar and Telok Ayer are good for shopping too. These areas have shops selling local and traditional products from clothing to souvenirs. Orchard Road and Marina Bay areas are popular places for high-end multi-cuisine restaurants and pubs. These areas also boast of Michelin star restaurants and celebrity chefs. Orchard Road is known for luxury malls and high-end boutiques too.
Tip: Enjoy discount shopping in Singapore during the Great Singapore Sale in the months of June and July.
Stay in Singapore
The city of Singapore has many accommodation options suiting every need and budget. Singapore is one of the most expensive city to stay, so budget accommodation options are relatively less. The areas of Central Business District (CBD) and Orchard Road are known for luxury and high-end hotels. Chinatown and Little India neighbourhoods are a good option for mid-range and budget hotels. These areas are also popular for the latest “flashpacker” hostels and capsule hotels. Little India also has the most hostels, dorms, and cheap motels.
Tip: Singapore has ample options for rented rooms or apartments and service apartments. They are good for people staying for a long duration.
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There is usually no major price difference between buying a roundtrip flight versus a one-way flight. Increased flexibility is the main benefit when it comes to buying a one-way flight from London to Singapore. However, booking a roundtrip flight is a simpler process. You can compare roundtrip and one-way flights by using our flight comparison tool.
The average price for connecting flights from London to Singapore is GBP 299.00. The average price for nonstop flights from London to Singapore is GBP 524.38.
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