|Popular in||December||High demand for flights, 24% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||March||Best time to find cheap flights, 5% potential price drop|
|Average price||₱8,027||Average for round-trip flights in October 2020|
|Round-trip from||₱6,915||From Manila to Singapore|
|One-way from||₱2,998||One-way flight from Manila to Singapore|
MNL - SIN
₱7,215 - ₱13,981
Most people find themselves in Singapore as a stopping point on their way to other countries. But don’t dismiss this country so fast. A flight to Singapore sends travellers back in time, when feng shui was a way of life and not a modern fad, and Asian dinners consisted of formal tea ceremonies and history lessons. While embracing its ancient culture, Singapore also takes a step in the modern direction. Travellers will be greeted by glass skyscrapers and fancy restaurants lining pristine streets, but the locals hold the Chinese, Malay and Indian roots near.
Take time after your Singapore flight and walk through the Historic District. Explore the sights of Chinatown and indulge in an authentic Chinese dinner. Thanks to the money you saved on a cheap flight to Singapore, spend a few hours shopping in the massive Yue Hwa shopping centre or visit the shops on the famous Orchard Road. There’s much to do and see in Singapore – take time and explore all this country has to offer. And if you have a few days to spare, take a ferry ride to some of the islands surrounding it including Kusu Island, St. John’s Island and Palau Ubin.
Check out this photo tour of Singapore if you need any more convincing.
Singapore is hot and very humid. Daytime temperatures range from 26 to 30 degrees but nights are cooler. Short, heavy rainstorms provide welcome breaks from near-constant humidity.
Lying just north of the equator, Singapore has a climate dominated by high temperatures, high humidity and lots of rain. It is a green and lush land. There are two main seasons when travellers book flights to Singapore, the northeast monsoon (December to March) and the southwest monsoon (June to September).
It is drier between February and early March. The Chinese New Year is in February and is marked by colour, good wishes and frenzied preparations.
The two days following the New Year is very quiet as islanders stay with family and the last part of the celebrations is a parade – Chingay – down Orchard Road in late February.
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MaxiCab airport shuttle offers a scheduled service (every 30 minutes between 6am and midnight) to nearly all of the hotels in the city. There are airport shuttle counters in the Arrival Halls of Terminals 1, 2 and the Budget Terminal of Singapore Changi International Airport.
The MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) is world class; Modern, air-conditioned, regular (operating at intervals of two-and-a-half minutes to eight minutes between 5.30am and 12.30am) and inexpensive.
The public bus system is also very good, running from 6am to midnight. Air-conditioned buses cost marginally more – about 10 cents more – than non-air-conditioned buses.
Taxis are an inexpensive way to get around. The air-conditioned cabs can be flagged down 24 hours a day on most roads. There are well-marked stands outside most hotels and shopping centres.
A ride in a trishaw is part of the tourist experience. Trishaws are three-wheeled bicycle taxis seating two people. Agree on the fare in advance.
Another tourist must-do is a bumboat tour down the Singapore River past government buildings, old shop houses and the water-spouting Merlion, one of Singapore’s best-known landmarks.