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Flights from Singapore

For many, Singapore is a progressive country, having achieved much economic success since its independence in 1965.  Singapore is a multi-religious and multi-ethnic country and also known for being a food-lovers paradise, with a galore of cuisines ranging from western, to Indian and Spanish and from economical to high-end buffets. The city scape is also adorned with many iconic buildings, some of which is a testament to her modernization.

Marina Bay Sands

One of the most populous destinations in Singapore is the Marina Bay Sands. This world-class hotel offers many facilities, from the view overlooking the city at the Infinity Pool, Sands SkyPark, Gardens by the Bay, Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands to the ArtScience Museum featuring an array of exhibitions.  Located across the Helix Bridge is the Singapore Flyer, enabling you to catch Singapore’s skyline.

Stroll over to the esplanade. Many concerts and exhibitions are held there. Along the way, stop by and photograph the iconic Merlion statue.  For nightlife, visit Clarke Quay. Restaurants, pubs, bars and clubs are open at night alongside the Singapore river. For the bold, try out the G-MAX reverse bungee. Tale the river cruise and enjoy the night lights that don the buildings in the city.

Sentosa

Another place to visit in Singapore is Sentosa. To get there, take a monorail from Vivocity. Universal Studios Singapore, The Maritime Experiential Museum, S.E.A. Aquarium are located there. Alternatively you may opt to just relax by Palawan beach or Siloso beach.

Pulau Ubin

Take a ferry to Pulau Ubin and explore nature. Many will visit Chek Jawa, home to many ecosystems. Find mudskippers and fiddler crabs when you visit the mangroves and sea stars in the rocky shores. You can rent a bicycle or opt for guided tours around the island.

Leaving Singapore? Here are three places you may consider!

Kuala Lumpur
An hour’s flight away brings you to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Visit the iconic Petronas Tower in the city. Head to the SkyBridge and be greeted with a bird’s eye view of Kuala Lumpur. Visit Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur’s shopping district. Many shops open as late as 11pm and sell almost anything from clothes to shoes. Be sure to bargain for better deals! Aquaria KLCC is also a place to drop by if you want to know about marine life.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a popular destination to head to from departure, just 3 hours flight time away. Victoria Peak is a must-visit place when in Hong Kong. Enjoy the panoramic view of the city. Stroll along Tsim Sha Tsui promenade. There, you can make a trip to Hong Kong Museum of Art, Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong Space Museum and Hong Kong Cultural Centre or simply unwind and marvel at the cityscape. Those traveling with families can also head to Hong Kong Disneyland. Toy Story Land is an exclusive attraction available only in Asia. Do not forget to try out Tim Ho Wan, a Michelin-starred restaurant serving dim sum

Sydney

For long haul flights, head to Sydney, Australia. It is around 8 hours flight time away from Singapore. One of the iconic attractions include the Sydney Opera House. Many theatre shows and performances are held there. Swim and sunbath at Bondi beach, one of the most popular beaches in Australia. For nature lovers, tour around Sydney Habour Islands. You can also try out glamping (glamorous camping) at Cuckatoo Islands and enjoy the view from the harbor. 

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