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Sun 01 Mar
Updated on 03 Feb
$650 RETURN
Mon 02 Mar
Updated on 10 Feb
$702 RETURN
Tue 03 Mar
Updated on 16 Feb
$716 RETURN
Wed 04 Mar
Updated on 16 Feb
$666 RETURN
Thu 05 Mar
Updated on 15 Feb
$668 RETURN
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Updated on 16 Feb
$666 RETURN
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Updated on 03 Feb
$686 RETURN
Sun 08 Mar
Updated on 14 Feb
$706 RETURN
Mon 09 Mar
Updated on 07 Feb
$692 RETURN
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Updated on 03 Feb
$646 RETURN
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Updated on 03 Feb
$684 RETURN
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Updated on 11 Feb
$666 RETURN
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Updated on 17 Feb
$722 RETURN
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Updated on 08 Feb
$712 RETURN
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Updated on 03 Feb
$650 RETURN
Mon 16 Mar
Updated on 05 Feb
$716 RETURN
Tue 17 Mar
Updated on 08 Feb
$700 RETURN
Wed 18 Mar
Updated on 16 Feb
$666 RETURN
Thu 19 Mar
Updated on 15 Feb
$666 RETURN
Fri 20 Mar
Updated on 17 Feb
$734 RETURN
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Updated on 17 Feb
$734 RETURN
Sun 22 Mar
Updated on 16 Feb
$708 RETURN
Mon 23 Mar
Updated on 03 Feb
$690 RETURN
Tue 24 Mar
Updated on 03 Feb
$652 RETURN
Wed 25 Mar
Updated on 03 Feb
$652 RETURN
Thu 26 Mar
Updated on 16 Feb
$676 RETURN
Fri 27 Mar
Updated on 14 Feb
$714 RETURN
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$746 RETURN
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$784 RETURN
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Updated on 14 Feb
$706 RETURN
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Updated on 13 Feb
$714 RETURN
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Route information for flights from Melbourne to Singapore

Cheapest return price for the current month from $646
Cheapest return price over next 6 months from $606
Cheapest month August 2020
Popular month February 2020
Average flight time 7h 55min

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A Brief History of Singapore

When you book flights Melbourne to Singapore, you’ll discover a fascinating history that has been influenced by a variety of cultures. Singapore was first settled in 1298 by the Chinese. Over the next several centuries, people from other countries arrived as Singapore became a major trading hub. As trading became more profitable, several nations competed for rule over Singapore. The British gained control in 1819. During British rule, more people arrived in Singapore to take advantage of trading, particularly from China, India, and Malaysia. During World War II, Singapore was invaded by the Japanese, who took control of the city until the end of the war in 1945. The British slowly withdrew from the Malay Peninsula following WWII, and Singapore was self-governing for several years. In 1963, Singapore became a part of newly independent Malaysia, but gained its full independence just two years later. This complicated history has contributed to Singapore’s multiculturalism and diversity, making cheap flights Melbourne to Singapore a great way to start your next holiday.

 

Top Things to Do and See for Travellers on Flights Melbourne to Singapore

Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island is a popular destination for tourists with Melbourne to Singapore flights. The small island has something to appeal to all different travellers with Melbourne to Singapore return flights. There are relaxing beaches lined with restaurants and beach bars and several hikes, including one to a World War II fort. Kids and kids at heart with flights Melbourne to Singapore will enjoy visiting the amusement parks on Sentosa Island, including Universal Studios and Adventure Cove Waterpark.

The Botanic Gardens

The Botanic Gardens can be reached from central Singapore in 20 minutes on the city’s MRT metro. While the gardens aren’t far from the hustle and bustle of the city, they offer a quiet and peaceful experience after your Melbourne to Singapore flights. Walk through the Evolution Garden to see how plant life has changed from the time Earth was formed until today. Another interesting garden is the Healing Garden, which offers natural remedies for everything from headaches to fertility. The National Orchid Garden is one of the most popular for visitors with tickets to Singapore from Melbourne, showcasing lots of impressive flowers.

Marina Bay Waterfront

Singapore is centred around Marina Bay. Surrounding the bay, visitors with Melbourne to Sydney flights can experience some of the city’s top attractions, including the Singapore Flyer, Gardens By The Bay, the Marina Bay Sands, and the Merlion statue. Several government and historic buildings are located around Marina Bay where you can learn more about Singapore’s rich history when you book cheap flights to Singapore from Melbourne. For great restaurants and bars, walk along the waterfront to Clarke Quay and Boat Quay, which are located just off Marina Bay.

Gardens By The Bay

These gardens consist of several smaller gardens, where visitors with flights Melbourne to Singapore can experience tropical plants and flowers native to Southeast Asia. The Supertree Grove is the most iconic spot. The tall trees are covered in purple lights and illuminated in a light show each night. Other spots to visit within the Gardens By The Bay are the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest where visitors with Melbourne to Singapore flights can view different flowers and a waterfall and take a walk through clouds.

Sultan Mosque and Haji Lane

The Sultan Mosque offers a bit of tradition in modernised Singapore. Located in the Arab Quarter of the city, people who book cheap flights Melbourne to Singapore will recognise the Sultan Mosque for its beautiful gold dome. Surrounding the mosque, several streets converge, including Haji Lane. Along Haji Lane, you can view colourful street art which serves as an interesting contrast to the traditional architecture of the area. The street is also lined with restaurants and shops, as well as a nighttime hawker centre serving street food that you can enjoy after booking Melbourne to Singapore flights.

 

Etiquette Tips When Visiting on Flights Melbourne to Singapore

Singapore has designated smoking zones

Smoking outside of permitted areas could result in an on-the-spot fine of $1000 SGD ($1033 AUD).

Chewing gum is banned in Singapore

This rule often surprises visitors with cheap flights to Singapore from Melbourne. To avoid a fine, throw chewing gum out before you arrive to Changi Airport (SIN).

At hawker centres and food markets, Singaporeans reserve their table by placing a pack of tissues there

If you spot a table with tissue packs on it, find another that has nothing on it.

Stand on the left side of escalators

People use the right side to walk up.

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