Map

Cheap Flights to Singapore

Known as the "Little Red Dot", Singapore is a small country located in Southeast Asia. Having a land area of about 710 square kilometers, this dynamic and bustling city is considered as one of the richest countries in the world. It is also one of the safest cities to go to for foreign visitors. Singapore offers a wide variety of activities to visitors - may it be going in a shopping frenzy, embarking on a food trip or just soaking into the different cultures.

Foreign nationals interested to visit this tiny island nation can stay in Singapore provided their passports have a minimum validity of six months, have sufficient funds to stay in the country and have confirmed return or onward tickets. Visitors are allowed to bring in a liter of wine, beer or spirits (duty-free). However, tobacco products are prohibited.

When planning a holiday trip to Singapore, there are many places to go, sights to see and activities to do despite its small size. Here are just a few of the more popular tourist spots in Singapore to add to the itinerary and should not be missed:

Sentosa – Visited by several million people per year, Sentosa is an island resort with many attractions to appeal to any traveller. Visitors to Sentosa can find a 2-kilometer long beach, two golf courses and over 10 hotels. It is also home to Fort Siloso, which is a restored coastal gun battery, the 37-meter tall replica of the Merlion, Resorts World Sentosa and the theme park, Universal Studios Singapore.

Singapore Zoo – Previously known as the Singapore Zoological Gardens, also known as the Mandai Zoo by locals, the Singapore Zoo is located on 69 acres of land and is home to over 2,500 animals across 315 species. The animals are housed in natural “open” exhibits with hidden barriers, such as moats, between animals and visitors. The Singapore Zoo is also known for housing the largest captive colony of orangutans in the world and a popular stop in the zoo would be the Bengal white tiger exhibit.

Singapore Flyer – The Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris wheel with 28 air-conditioned capsules. These capsules can carry up to 28 passengers and offers a 360-degree view of the city. The observation wheel stands 541 feet tall and initially rotated in a counter-clockwise direction until 2008 when it was reversed upon the advice of Feng Shui masters.

Singapore Changi Airport is the main airport of the country, connecting to more than 200 cities all over the world. Singapore Airlines, the premier carrier of the country, flies daily to Singapore from the Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). In addition, major budget carrier Tiger Airways has daily flights to Singapore from NAIA and Clark International Airport (in partnership with Philippine-based carrier SEAIR). Philippine Airlines and its sister carrier, PAL Express, are also flying to Singapore coming from NAIA Terminals 2 and 3, respectively. Lastly, the Philippines' leading budget airline, Cebu Pacific, is offering cheap flights to Singapore from major Philippine airports in Manila, Clark and Cebu.

Visit Singapore now and experience the hustle and bustle of this small but entertaining country. Search for the cheapest flight tickets and promo fares to Singapore on Skyscanner Philippines.

Images by Singapore Tourism Board