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For a country its size, Singapore has surprisingly vast number of things to do and places to visit. The city is an incredible fusion of Asian cultures, ethnicities and cuisines, colonial heritage, contemporary and urban architectural marvels, ancient rainforests, serene temples as well as glittering nightlife! It also has a fair number of British colonial legacies for history lovers - most notably the legendary Raffles Hotel, Stamford Road, historical buildings such as the Gothic St. Andrew's Cathedral, Victoria Theatre, Fort Canning Park, and Empress Place Building. Marina Bay Sands, Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, and the Financial District are some of its more modern edifices. Singaporeans love their food and shopping; and if you love these too then your travel to Singapore is going to be about dining and shopping experiences not found anywhere else in the world. Marina Bay, Orchard Road, Clarke Quay, Singapore Flyer, Universal Studios, Sentosa, Chinatown and Singapore Night Safari are just some of the reasons that drive many to book flights to Singapore. And when you are there, don't forget to get a photo of you clicked in front of Singapore's iconic mascot - the Merlion; perhaps the best souvenir to take back home with you.
Flights to Singapore land at the city's modern Changi Airport. Hub of Singapore Airlines the airport has been ranked as the World's Best Airport (by Skytrax) several times. It is also one of the largest aviation hubs in Southeast Asia with flights of major international airlines converging here before connecting to destinations beyond. The airport offers a wide range of shopping, dining and relaxation options and is perfect for passengers with longer layovers. Changi is well connected to the city centre by train, public bus and taxis and had 3 terminals connected by a free Skytrain service.
The Singapore Changi Airport shares great connectivity with major destinations around the world including the UK. Singapore Airlines and British Airways are two of the best airlines to book direct flights to Singapore from London. It takes around 13 hours for direct London to Singapore flights to reach Singapore from Heathrow. British Airways uses terminal 3 of Changi Airport for its flights to Singapore from UK airports.
Singapore offers a horde of accommodation options to travellers. You will find a number of options and brands for every taste and budget. You can choose to stay at expensive luxury hotels, boutique hotels or more affordable business hotels. For travellers on a leaner budget, there are also many budget hotels, shared dormitories, hostels and even serviced apartments for travellers staying for longer period.
Singapore enjoys a rainy, warm tropical weather throughout the year, making anytime an ideal time to visit the island. However, from November to June the city state remains at its best. Christmas celebrations are big in Singapore and there are so is Marina Bay Singapore Countdown, the largest and most spectacular New Year's Eve celebration. Although it is peak season, cheap flights to Singapore from UK airports can be had if booked in advance. Check our great prices for economy, business and first class tickets to Singapore. Be it direct or indirect flights, with Travel Trolley you can book cheap flights to Singapore from any of the UK airports within seconds.
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