Flights from Sydney to Singapore

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Wed 01 Apr
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Thu 02 Apr
Updated on 12 Feb
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Updated on 05 Feb
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$720 RETURN
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$714 RETURN
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Updated on 17 Feb
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Updated on 17 Feb
$738 RETURN
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Updated on 06 Feb
$720 RETURN
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Updated on 03 Feb
$708 RETURN
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Updated on 15 Feb
$672 RETURN
Thu 23 Apr
Updated on 03 Feb
$694 RETURN
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Updated on 03 Feb
$656 RETURN
Sat 25 Apr
Updated on 03 Feb
$668 RETURN
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Updated on 03 Feb
$690 RETURN
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Updated on 03 Feb
$690 RETURN
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Updated on 03 Feb
$690 RETURN
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Route information for flights from Sydney to Singapore

Cheapest return price for the current month from $656
Cheapest return price over next 6 months from $622
Cheapest month August 2020
Popular month April 2020
Average flight time 8h 20min

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Public Transport and How to Get Around After Landing on Flights Sydney to Singapore

With transport options reaching every corner of the city, it’s easy to explore the city when you book flights Sydney to Singapore. The MRT is Singapore’s metro system and has many stops throughout the city as well as Changi Airport (SIN) across six lines. Visitors arriving on cheap flights Sydney to Singapore can also travel by bus. In order to travel with the MRT or bus, you can purchase individual tickets or use an EZ-Link card. Special tourist cards are available, offering unlimited travel for one, two, or three days between your Sydney to Singapore return flights.

Taxis are readily available throughout the city. Singapore also has several ride sharing companies, including Grab and Kardi, which you can use when you book cheap flights to Singapore from Sydney.
 

Neighbourhood Overview

Chinatown

Singapore is a hybrid of cultures, particularly Chinese, Indian, Arab, and Malay. Each culture has a dedicated neighbourhood that visitors with Sydney to Singapore flights can experience. Chinatown is a hub for great food, culture, shopping, and history. You’ll notice decorations all throughout Chinatown, which are multiplied when the locals celebrate Chinese New Year toward the beginning of the year. This celebration also happens to be a popular time for visitors to travel to the city on flights Sydney to Singapore. The Sri Mariamman Temple and the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple are great spots for visitors with tickets to Singapore from Sydney to see. Lots of great food is available throughout Chinatown as well, particularly along Smith Street, which is known to locals as “Food Street.”

Marina Bay

This central neighbourhood surrounds the main body of water in Singapore, Marina Bay. It’s home to skyscrapers, trendy restaurants and bars, shopping, and some of Singapore’s most popular attractions. The Gardens By the Bay offer a great experience, complete with tropical flowers and the impressive Supertree Grove. Within the Marina Bay neighbourhood, visitors with Sydney to Singapore flights can also see the Merlion statue, which is viewed as the mascot of Singapore.

Little India

This vibrant neighbourhood is located a short distance from the city centre. It has lots of history and is a great spot to learn more about one of Singapore’s main communities when you book cheap flights Sydney to Singapore. Little India is home to some affordable accommodation areas, making it a great place to base yourself when you book Sydney to Singapore flights. There is some great food to try and hawker centres to visit as well as markets and shopping. Several temples are located in Little India as well, including Sri Veeramakaliamman.

Tiong Bahru

Tiong Bahru is a trendy neighbourhood that’s popular among young Singaporeans. Although it offers lots of modernity, it’s also one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Singapore, offering a unique atmosphere. Tiong Bahru Market is a popular place to go in order to try some local foods, such as satay skewers and chicken fried rice. The neighbourhood is home to lots of stylish boutiques and cafes as well to enjoy after your Sydney to Singapore flights.

Sentosa Island

Beach lovers will enjoy visiting Sentosa Island after booking cheap flights to Singapore from Sydney. It’s just off the mainland of central Singapore. In addition to sandy beaches, Sentosa Island is home to the city’s amusement parks. Visitors with flights Sydney to Singapore can experience Universal Studios, Adventure Cove Waterpark, and Sentosa 4D Adventureland. History buffs can explore a World War II bunker, and you can visit the southernmost point in continental Asia.

 

Cafes and Restaurants

Hawker Centres

Hawker Centres are the places to experience traditional Singaporean food when you book flights Sydney to Singapore. At night, several roads close to traffic, and food stalls open. Some popular foods to try at hawker centres include satay skewers and the traditional Singaporean dish chicken and rice. Some popular hawker centres to eat at in Singapore are Lau Pa Sat, Maxwell Road Food Centre, and Chinatown Food Street.

Kampong Glam Cafe

This restaurant in the Arab quarter of Singapore offers the atmosphere of a hawker centre while being a sit-down restaurant. Diners sit at tables outside and enjoy traditional Singaporean and Middle Eastern dishes. The restaurant has affordable prices and a great atmosphere.

Forty Hands

This Tiong Bahru cafe is the perfect spot for brunch. It offers a western take on traditional dishes of the region. In addition to great food, Forty Hands serves high quality coffee and has a nice ambience.

Candlenut

For a special dining experience, Candlenut is a Michelin star restaurant dedicated to creativity and seasonal produce. The restaurant offers a contemporary take on traditional Peranakan Chinese cuisine, with a focus on fresh seafood.

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