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Compare Cheap Flights from Adelaide to Singapore
Located at the very southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, Singapore is a small country that’s the size of a large city. Singapore is compact and easy to get around, making it a very tourist-friendly place to visit. Singapore has been ruled by several different governments throughout history and gained its independence in 1965. Today, many different cultures still influence Singapore, including the most prominent ones: Malay, Chinese, Indian, and Arab. Singapore has seen a strong western influence as well, and English is an official language of the country. Due to the ease of communicating, Singapore is a popular spot for Australian travellers who want to experience Asian culture without a language barrier. Singapore is full of history, great food, nightlife, and nature, and can appeal to all different types of travellers.
With close to 400 cheap flights from Adelaide to Singapore each week, you have endless opportunities to explore Singapore. Qantas, Jetstar, Virgin Australia, Singapore Airlines, and Malaysia Airlines are just some of the airlines offering cheap airfares from Adelaide to Singapore. Several airlines even offer direct return flights from Adelaide to Singapore, getting you into Singapore Airport in just over 7 hours.
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Things to do in Singapore
Located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, Singapore is a tiny country with a big personality. Singapore is the size of a large city, making it an easy country to explore. It has an exciting culture and offers so much to visitors. You can never go wrong booking cheap flights from Adelaide to Singapore.
Marina Bay Waterfront
The centre of Singapore is built around the large Marina Bay. There’s so much to see and experience along the Marina Bay waterfront. It’s a great spot to see the city skyline, both during the day and at night. Lots of historical and government buildings line the marina and are a great way for you to learn more about Singapore. Just east of the marina, Clarke Quay and Boat Quay are located on the Singapore River and are some of the best places for food and nightlife in the city.
Gardens By The Bay
These gardens are located right next to Marina Bay and are one of the most popular spots to visit in Singapore. There’s so much to see in the gardens, including the Supertree Grove, which is full of large trees covered in purple lights. You can walk along the treetops, and every night, there is a Supertree light show. Gardens By The Bay is also home to two conservatories, the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest. The Flower Dome displays plants from all different climates, and the Cloud Forest features tropical plants, an indoor waterfall, and a walkway through the clouds.
Sentosa Island is located just off the mainland of Singapore and can be reached by boardwalk, cable car, or monorail. The island is full of everything you need in a holiday. It’s home to many of Singapore’s high-end resorts, several theme parks, history, and beaches. There are some great coastal walks and hikes with beautiful views, lots of food and drink options, and a fort where you can learn about Singapore’s involvement in WWII. The island has so many activities to take part in, including a trapeze, swimming with dolphins, and a zipline.
The Botanic Gardens
Singapore’s Botanic Gardens are easily accessible from the city centre on the MRT, which is Singapore’s train system. There are a variety of gardens to see within the Botanic Gardens. The Evolution Garden displays plant life through the ages from when the earth was first formed until now. The Healing Garden has plants to help with different pains, including headaches and back pain. The National Orchid Garden is one of the most impressive. It’s full of so many beautiful flowers and great photo opportunities.
Kampong Glam (The Arab Quarter)
Much of central Singapore is new and modern, but there are some neighbourhoods throughout the city where you’ll see traditional Asian architecture. The Arab Quarter is a great example of this. Within the neighbourhood, there are several streets that converge around the beautiful Sultan Mosque. Each street is lined with traditional buildings. Arab Street has some great shopping, and Haji Lane is the place to go for the best food and colourful street art. The Arab Quarter is an exciting area to experience at night when several roads are closed down to motorised vehicles, and hawker-style restaurants pop up along the streets. At hawker restaurants, you dine outside and can experience all of the delicious food that Singapore is known for, including satay skewers, curries, and the national dish—chicken and rice.
Singapore’s culture has been strongly influenced by China over the years. Today, there is still a huge Chinese influence, and Chinese is widely spoken throughout Singapore. Of course, the best place to experience the Chinese culture is in Chinatown. The Chinese New Year in February is a great time to book cheap airfares from Adelaide to Singapore as it’s full of festivities. Chinatown is exciting all year long though, with vendors lining the streets selling authentic Chinese crafts and food. Chinatown also has some temples worth checking out, including the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Sri Mariamman Temple.
Best time to visit Singapore
When should you book cheap flights from Adelaide to Singapore?
Singapore is located extremely close to the equator, causing it to have two seasons: hot and hotter. No matter what time of year you book cheap airfares from Adelaide to Singapore, you’ll experience hot weather, lots of humidity, and plenty of sunshine. Average rainfall is stable throughout most of the year, apart from November and December when rain increases. Because of the tropical location of Singapore and its high humidity, rain storms can happen fairly often throughout the year. When it rains, it comes down heavy, but rarely lasts long. If you experience a tropical rain storm while you’re visiting Singapore, pop into a cafe or museum for a little while, and it will likely be sunny again by the time you leave!
Chinese New Year is a big celebration in Singapore due to the large Chinese population in the city. This is an exciting time to book return flights from Adelaide to Singapore to experience all of the decorations and festivities throughout Chinatown and the rest of the city.
Departing from Adelaide
Adelaide is home to one airport that is located just 5 km west of the CBD. With its close proximity to the city and Glenelg, there are lots of quick and easy ways to get to your flight. Several airlines offer cheap airfares from Adelaide to Singapore, including Qantas, Virgin Australia, Jetstar, and Singapore Airlines. Direct flights are offered each day, getting you into Singapore Airport in a little over 7 hours. More than 50 cheap flights from Adelaide to Singapore depart each day, giving you lots of options for your trip from ADL to SIN.
Getting to Adelaide Airport (ADL)
If you’re travelling to the airport from the CBD, you can catch the JetExpress double decker bus. It’s an express bus that makes a few stops within the CBD starting at Pulteney Street and arrives to the airport in 25 minutes. JetExpress (bus J1X) departs every hour on weekdays. The bus costs the usual Metroticket single ticket fare of $5.50 during peak hours and $3.60 off-peak.
Another bus option from the CBD is JetBus. This bus is a great option if you’re travelling from one of the coastal neighbourhoods as it also makes stops in Glenelg and West Beach. Buses J1, J3, J7, and J8 all drive this route. Fare is the usual Metroticket fare, buses depart regularly, and you’ll get to the airport in less than 40 minutes.
With the airport located so close to the city, taking a taxi or an Uber is a great option to get to the airport quickly. A taxi from the CBD will get you to the airport in about 15 minutes, and from Glenelg, you can get there in about 10 minutes. Taxi fare costs about $20-$28 from both the CBD and Glenelg.
Parking at Adelaide Airport
For a quick trip from ADL to SIN, you may love the convenience of the Terminal Car Park. This lot is just outside the terminal, is undercover, and has 24-hour security. From the car park, you can walk to the terminal in minutes. The more days you book, the lower your price will be per day. A quick 3-day trip to from ADL to SIN costs $74, while a weeklong trip will cost you $112.
The Long Term Car Park is a good budget-friendly option. You can walk from the carpark to the terminal in about 10 minutes, and there is a free shuttle bus available to take you as well. The more days you book, the lower your daily rate will be. A 3-day trip to Singapore costs $48 to park, and a 7-day trip costs $70. For both car parks, you can get even lower rates when you book your spot in advance through the Adelaide Airport website.
Arriving in Singapore
Changi Airport (SIN) is the international airport serving Singapore. It’s located 18 km east of the city, meaning you’ll be in the centre of all the action in no time once your ADL to SIN flight has landed. Singapore Airport is made up of four terminals and is known among travellers for its fantastic services. The airport has lots of shopping, several gardens, lounges, and even a movie theatre.
Getting to central Singapore from Changi Airport (SIN)
Singapore has a great public transport system to get to the city centre from Changi Airport (SIN). Singapore’s public train system is called the MRT and is very easy to use. The MRT station at Singapore Airport is easily accessible from Terminals 2 and 3. If you fly into another terminal, there is a free 24-hour shuttle bus at Changi Airport (SIN) to transport you between terminals. The train from Singapore Airport will take you to a station called Tanah Merah. From there, catch a westbound train, which will take you to central stops, including City Hall and Raffles Place. For MRT stops along Marina Bay, you can transfer to the Downtown Line or the Circle Line. The journey from the airport takes about 45 minutes into the city centre and costs $2.30.
With the airport located so close to the city centre, a taxi will get you there in about 20 minutes. Taxis are available outside arrivals at each terminal and use metres to calculate fare. When you catch a taxi from Changi Airport (SIN), there is an airport surcharge. It’s usually $3, but increases to $5 after 5PM. When you travel during peak hours, there may be more traffic and taxi fare costs between $30 and $35. Outside of peak hours, taxi fare tends to cost about $20-$30.