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Singapore is a playground for those with a soft spot for upmarket boutiques, whizz-bang technology and mouth-watering local cuisine. This city-state is a blend of rich colonial heritage and a dynamic present; just look to the grand byone buildings standing side-by-side with futuristic skyscrapers as proof. Singapore's cultural hotpot of Indian, Malay and Chinese influences has resulted in a stellar street food scene. Feast on lip-smacking cheap eats, perhaps even sampling fare from some of the hawker food stalls that have been awarded Michelin stars! Fine-dining aficionados won’t be disappointed either, with an array of upscale eateries and degustation diners helmed by top chefs to choose from. Head to famous Orchard Road to get your fix of Singapore’s legendary retail therapy opportunities.
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The best time to visit Singapore
Singapore’s climate is hot and humid. The average year-round temperatures hover between 23°C and 32°C. Singapore is unique in so many ways, but especially as there are no distinct tourist seasons. However certain events and holidays can increase visitor numbers and inflate the hotel rates. Summer (July to September) is a festive time to visit with unbelievable bargains up for grabs at the Great Singapore Sale. This ten-week shopping extravaganza coincides with the Singapore Food Festival where food-lovers can indulge in all things gourmet. February to April brings scattered showers that can relieve the steamy conditions. Winter (November to January) is the low season, when temperatures drop slightly but chances of intense downpours increase. The flipside to this is cheaper airfares; search Webjet to take advantage of any off-season flights to Singapore and discounted hotels. Singapore hosts its Grand Prix in September, bringing excitement and Formula 1 fans to Singapore. Gear up for lots of off-track special events, but be sure to book your Singapore flights in advance to avoid fare increases. Chinese New Year creates a carnival atmosphere and the city is decorated with dazzling lights and ornaments.
Departing From Darwin
Darwin International Airport (DRW) is serviced by one terminal for both domestic and international flights. Direct flights from Darwin to Singapore are available. The quickest flight from DRW to Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) is 4 hours 45 minutes on Virgin Australia, Singapore Airlines or SilkAir. Malaysia Airlines, Qantas and Emirates also offer airfares from Darwin to Singapore.
Getting to Darwin International Airport
If you are on a budget, hop on the Darwin City Airport Shuttle. This service operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week from major city neighbourhoods. A one-way ticket will cost about $18 AUD. Taking a taxi is a convenient alternative to public transport. A metered taxi ride to Darwin International Airport usually costs $25 to $30. If you are getting a lift from the city to the airport, the drive should take roughly 15 minutes. There are specific drop-off areas close to the terminal, which are serviced by the express lane. There is a two-minute time limit and drivers must stay with their vehicle at all times.
Parking at Darwin International Airport
However long you are planning to spend in Singapore, Darwin International Airport has three separate car park areas. There are also designated disabled parking bays.
Where to Park at Darwin International Airport
Darwin International Airport has three car park options for passengers.
- Long Stay Plus: This is a good choice for weekend trips. The parking lot is only 200 metres from the terminals and rates start at $80 AUD for three days.
- Long Stay Saver: If you are heading to Singapore for a longer holiday, leave your car here. A week’s parking will cost you only $99 AUD.
Arriving in Singapore
Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) is one of the largest transportation hubs in Southeast Asia - and the world. SIN is rated as one of the leading airports in the world. Singapore Airlines, SilkAir, Scoot and Jetstar Asia use Changi Airport as a base.
How to Get from Singapore Changi Airport to Your Singapore Hotel or Accommodation
Singapore Changi Airport is located approximately 19 kilometres from the city centre. The quickest route into the city is on the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) train. The station is located in the basement of Terminal 2. The train from the airport to the city is not a direct line, so when you get to Tanah Merah station you will need to connect with the Green line. Get your ticket at the MRT station. Fares start from S$2.50 ($ 2.50 AUD) and the trip from Changi to City Hall Station takes about 30 minutes. MRT services run from early in the morning until late at night every day and trains arrive about every 10 minutes. Public buses are another cheap way to travel from the airport into Singapore. Ticket prices start from S$1.80 ($1.80 AUD). Have exact cash ready for the driver as change is not given. Bus number 36/36A will take you into the city. You can catch the bus from the basement of Terminals 1, 2, and 3. The bus is slower-paced than the train and the journey may take upwards of 90 minutes. Buses run daily from from 6am to 11pm with service approximately every 10 minutes. Taxis are available outside each Terminal. A ride to the city takes about 30 minutes depending on traffic conditions. Budget about between S$30 and S$50 (up to $50 AUD).
Things to do in Singapore
Get your bearings by heading to the Marina Bay Sands. This is one of Singapore's most prestigious landmarks and is almost a resort-like destination. From the SkyPark Observation Deck you can enjoy the most breathtaking views of the city, particularly at night when notable building such as the Esplanade, Helix Bridge, Merlion and the skyscrapers of the Central Business and Marina Bay Financial Districts are illuminated. Get another vantage point of the city from aboard the Singapore Flyer. This giant ferris wheel is Singapore’s answer to the London Eye and delivers stunning panoramic views of Marina Bay and beyond. Take a moment to unwind in the green oasis that is Gardens by the Bay. This incredible nature park spans 101 hectares of space-age bio-domes, high-tech Supertrees and whimsical sculptures. One of Singapore’s best family-friendly things to do is a visit to Singapore Zoo. Some of the most popular residents include orangutans, Malaysian flying foxes and Asian small-clawed otters. Another quintessential Singapore experience is indulging in a Singapore Sling at the iconic Raffles Hotel. Head to Long Bar at the iconic Raffles Hotel and cheers to your Singapore holiday - that came with cheap airfares from Darwin - as you sip on this cocktail made from angostura bitters, grenadine and gin.