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Cheap Flights to Singapore

From $969 per adult return
Plus more great fares...
 

From
$969
per adult returnPlus more great fares...

Search ​and book cheap flights to Singapore from all your favourite airlines. We’ll find all the cheapest Singapore flights, including the flexibility to ​Mix & Match airlines for the best possible deal.
*Online only airfare, price may vary in store. 


Cheap Singapore ​airfares

Fly to Singapore from $​​​​969 return from Auckland
Travel​: 16 Jan - 31 Oct 18. The dates specified are supplied by the airline providing this special and are not necessarily available on all days.  Seats are subject to availability, particularly for peak season travel over Easter, Christmas & School Holidays.
Sales: until 15 Dec 17
Flying: ​​Singapore Airlines
Max ​stay:​ ​3 Months

Fly to Singapore from $​​​​969 return from Wellington
Travel​: 16 Jan - 31 Oct 18. The dates specified are supplied by the airline providing this special and are not necessarily available on all days.  Seats are subject to availability, particularly for peak season travel over Easter, Christmas & School Holidays.
Sales: until 15 Dec 17
Flying: ​​​Singapore Airlines
Max ​stay:​ ​3 Months

Fly to Singapore from $​969 return from Christchurch
Travel​: 16 Jan - 31 Oct 18. The dates specified are supplied by the airline providing this special and are not necessarily available on all days.  Seats are subject to availability, particularly for peak season travel over Easter, Christmas & School Holidays.
Sales: until 15 Dec 17
Flying: ​​​Singapore Airlines
Max ​stay:​ ​3 Months

*Seat only fare, does not include baggage.

Fares are per adult return unless otherwise specified. Booking fee of $24.95 per person applies. Flights are subject to availability, will not be available on all flights and may be limited over weekends and school holidays. 
 
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Singapore

Known as the ‘Gateway to Asia’, Singapore is a vibrant tropical destination, world renowned for its shopping, eateries, attractions, style and cleanliness. Whether you head there for two days or ten, you’ll find no trip to the ‘Lion City’ is ever the same. Not many cities in Asia can boast Singapore’s fascinating ethnic mix. Throughout history, migration has left its stamp on the city’s culture. Visit the bright sari and bangle stores in the old shop houses of Little India, and in Chinatown explore the many antique stores or bargain hunt for silk. For the shopaholics, Orchard Road is a must; the variety and quality here will leave you spoilt for choice. Allow plenty of time, as you’ll be lucky to see half of it in one day. With the huge developments recently around the Marina Bay area; the iconic Marina Bay Sands, the Singapore Flyer and Gardens by the Bay. Not to mention Resorts World® hosting Universal Studios Singapore®, and S.E.A. AquariumTM, it is no wonder people keep going back to this city time and time again. The river plays host to plenty of fabulous bars and restaurants in the three popular quay areas; Clarke Quay being the most famous, Boat Quay and Robertson Quay. Although Singapore has come a long way over the past 10 years and now showcases itself as a modern international city, you can’t leave without heading to Raffles Hotel for High Tea or a legendary Singapore Sling; an experience that carries with it generations of colonial history and tradition.

 

Our favourite things to see and do

Bumboat Ride Along Singapore RiverMake your way to Marina Bay and jump aboard a traditional Singapore

‘Bumboat’ to cruise along the river. Hop off at Boat Quay, where you’ll find many bars and restaurants all housed in historic Peranakan shop-houses. Check out the riverbank deals such as ‘2 for 1’ and ‘happy hour’.

 

VivocityLocated five minutes from the CBD, VivoCity is every shopper’s dream. With a broad selection of stores from fashion to homeware, toys to entertainment, it’s Singapore’s largest shopping mall and is designed to offer the best shopping experience for the entire family. The mall is complete with Singapore’s largest cinema complex, giant food courts and an amphitheatre for events.

 

Singapore Chilli CrabFor an authentic meal experience that will get your taste buds going, head to Chinatown and try Chilli Crab with tangy gravy and succulent flesh.

 

Clarke QuayOn the edge of the river, and buzzing with activity at all hours, you’ll find the most popular restaurants and bars. Soak up the atmosphere as you stroll through the retail shops and open-air bazaars.

 

Raffles HotelStep into nostalgia at the Long Bar in Raffles Hotel for Singapore’s signature drink. Colonial architecture, straw fans gently swaying and peanut shells on the ground combine to make this an iconic experience.

 

Dempsey HillOnce the site of military army barracks, just a short distance from Orchard Road and set in green surrounds, is a hip cluster of wining and dining establishments, art galleries, antique furniture stores and weekend farmers markets.


Airlines that fly to Singapore:
British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Pacific Blue, Emirates, Malaysia Airlines, Air New Zealand, Qantas, Singapore Airlines, China Southern

Terms and Conditions

Fares are per adult return in economy class on specified airline • From Auckland a Prepaid Passenger Service Fee of $14 per person is included in the package price – this replaces the New Zealand Departure fee of $25 per adult. • On/after 01 Jul 10 all direct international departures from Christchurch will include a NZD $25 departure tax this is additional to the advertised prices above. • Fares are exclusive of departure fees from other airports • Prices exclude a House of Travel booking fee of $24.95 per person • Flight & routing restrictions apply • Sales end as specified above • Travel as specified above. • Full payment is required upon purchase • Min/max stays apply • Capacity is limited and may not be available on all services • Prices shown are for online bookings only.