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Low fares for Christchurch (CHC) to Singapore (SIN) Low fares for Christchurch to Singapore
Sat 24/03 - Sun 01/04
8 days, 1 stop max
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Arriving on Flights to Singapore

Singapore is one of the largest aviation hubs in Southeast Asia. Singapore is home to the aircraft carriers of Tiger Airways and Jetstar Asia, both of which offer cheap flights to Singapore. The country's main airport is Changi Airport, which is a large, well-organized airport that has been split into three terminals plus a budget terminal for airlines offering cheap flights to Singapore. From the airport, travellers on Singapore flights can reach their destination within the city by taxi, shuttle, subway or bus. Travellers with money to spend may wish to hire a limousine, which great for large families and those with a lot of luggage.

Getting Around Singapore

Exploring Singapore is effortless. Car rental is uncommon because the majority of visitors use the public transportation system. The Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) and Light Rail Transit (LRT) form the basis of the transit system, which tourists typically find very cheap, reliable and easy to use. Buses are also popular with tourists, and they will take you to many locations across Singapore. Taxis can be hard to find in Singapore, yet affordable when you do. Tourists will love travelling around Singapore on a trishaw (a three-wheeled bicycle taxi). It is possible to find this method of transportation around Chinatown and Singapore River.

Attractions in Singapore

Singapore is home to many beaches, the most popular of which are found on Sentosa. Religious sites are easy to visit and welcome tourists outside of normal service times. The Kong Mend San Phor Kark See Monastery and the Sri Mariamman Hindu temple are worth a visit. Other must-see tourist attractions in Singapore include Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park and the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. Singapore is home to a range of golf courses, including Sentosa Golf Club and Marina Bay Golf Course, both of which are open to the public. For those who wish to escape from the heat, Snow City offers the chance to experience snow sports indoors.

Shopping, Dining and Nightlife in Singapore

Shopping centres are plentiful in Singapore and include the United Square Shopping Mall, the East Point Mall and the Fu Lu Shou Complex. Here, travellers who have saved on their airfare to Singapore can enjoy purchasing great souvenirs to take back home. A popular hangout in Singapore is the Boat Quay and Clarke Quay. Zouk Club is perfect for those who wish to dance the night away while on holiday in the area. Tourists seeking a bite to eat in Singapore may wish to visit L'Entrecote for tasty authentic French bistro food. Delightful Thai cuisine is served at Ont.

On Arrival...
  • Singapore is 10 mi from Changi Airport (Singapore, Singapore).
  • Changi Airport (Singapore, Singapore)
    • Right now, 107 airlines operate out of Changi Airport.
    • Changi Airport offers nonstop flights to 141 cities.
    • Every week, at least 0 domestic flights and 10,396 international flights depart from Changi Airport.

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