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Flights from Singapore Changi

Singapore Changi International Airport is Singapore’s main airport. It is the world’s most awarded airport to date, with more than 450 awards under its belt. Due to its central location, the airport serves as the gateway to Southeast Asia. Many visit Singapore as a springboard to exploring neighbouring countries like Malaysia and Indonesia, as well as to visit countries nearby like Thailand, Philippines, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and more.

Where to go from Singapore

Singapore is a small city-state, with a single commercial airport. Hence, there are no domestic flights within the country. To explore the city, commute via the highly efficient public transport system, which comprises bus and Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) train services. These services take you virtually everywhere in the city. Otherwise, rent a car or hire taxis to get around.

For a temporary escape from the bustling city life, make a trip to one of the small islands nearby. Take a short 15-minute bumboat ride to Ubin, from the pier near Changi. Despite its close proximity to hugely urbanised Singapore, Ubin remains a rural backwater. In Ubin, rent a bicycle to explore the island. Cycle along meadering dirt paths, trek through unspoilt forests, experience its rustic charm and enjoy the laidback pace of life. Visit Chek Jawa, a wetland reserve, one of the few places remaining with a natural rocky shore. Other small islands travellers may consider going to include Kusu Island and St. John’s Island, where they can find some solitude.

Otherwise, take a ferry ride to Singapore’s neighbouring island, Batam. Ferry services are available at the Harbourfront or Tanah Merah ferry terminals. Batam is a popular tourist destination, perfect for a getaway with family or friends. Filled with luxury resorts, outdoor pools and golf courses, visitors can enjoy great amenities and fun activities on the island. Go for a relaxing massage and spa treatments, and simply unwind. If you are interested in typical tourist fare, take a walk along the Barelang Bridge, a prominent Batam landmark.

Similar to Batam is Bintan, another idyllic vacation hotspot, popular with tourists who are looking to chill and unwind. Wander around the sleepy towns and sandy shores of this island. Try your hand at water sports like surfing, banana boating and more at Trikora Beach. More secluded beaches can be found near Sumpat.

Fly from Singapore to any of these popular locations: Sydney, Hong Kong and Taipei.

Visit Sydney, and go surfing at Bondi Beach. Bask in the scorching sun, wade into the cooling turquoise waters, and play beach sports on the sandy shores. Visit Coogee Walk, a scenic 6-kilometre stroll. Immerse yourself in the picturesque sights ranging from tranquil bays to towering cliffs along the way. Peek at the colourful marine life living in rock pools. Take a leisurely stroll along Sydney Harbour Bridge, one of Australia’s famous attractions. Catch a concert at the Sydney Opera House, and marvel at its iconic sails set against the city skyline and a vast backdrop of blue.

In Hong Kong, eat and shop till you drop! Begin your vacation with a hearty breakfast at the famous Australian Dairy Company, eat scrumptious dim sum at Michelin star restaurant Tim Ho Wan, and grab a box of delicious Tai Cheong egg tarts for the road. Hong Kong is also a shoppers’ paradise, where you can hunt for bargains at Argyle Centre and browse at luxury brand outlets.

Make a trip to Taipei, and soak in the stunning cityscape from the iconic Taipei 101, at nearly 400 metres high. The city’s biggest and most popular night market, Shilin Night Market, is a must-visit for affordable shopping and delectable street food. Go shopping in Ximending, and the Daan and Xinyi districts for your typical mall fare.

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