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Popular routes in Singapore

Singapore to Hat Yai

1h 30mfrom $53

Ipoh to Singapore

1h 10mfrom $20

Hat Yai to Singapore

1h 35mfrom $39

Singapore to Ipoh

1h 10mfrom $30

Penang to Singapore

1h 20mfrom $16

Perlis to Singapore

11h 34mfrom $21

Singapore to Da Nang

2h 50mfrom $180

Singapore to Penang

1h 15mfrom $36

Seremban to Singapore

3h 56mfrom $12

Phnom Penh to Singapore

2h 15mfrom $188

Ketapang to Singapore

2h 25mfrom $81

Singapore to Selangor

5h 11mfrom $29

Singapore to Kintamani

2h 40mfrom $98

Gilimanuk to Singapore

1h 30mfrom $58

Phuket to Singapore

1h 50mfrom $270

Singapore to Perak

1h 10mfrom $30

Singapore to Phuket

1h 55mfrom $111

Singapore to Koh Samui

1h 55mfrom $438

Singapore to Dhaka

4h 10mfrom $317

Singapore to Mersing

3h 35mfrom $34

Singapore to Gilimanuk

3h 40mfrom $98

Singapore to Medan

1h 20mfrom $124

Miri to Singapore

2h 5mfrom $230

Manila to Singapore

3h 30mfrom $192
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Singapore at a glance

International dialing code
+65
Good to know
Modern Singapore is a fairly young country, if you don’t count the hundreds of years of Singaporean civilization and foreign colonialization which preceded the Republic. Diversity is the simplest and truest hallmark of the country. When exploring, you may find yourself weaving through Chinese, Malaysian, and Indian quarters. Each area is intertwined, and there is little segregation. In Chinatown, one place that isn’t to be missed is the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. In the morning hours you can grab some Hainainese chicken rice (Chinese influence). For lunch, some Nasi goring (Malay fried rice), and for dinner some Char Kway Teow sweet noodles (multicultural influence). The vast urbanization of the land since its boom in economic growth has led to many of the natural landscapes to diminish. Nonetheless, Singapore holds some striking sights as locals have great taste. Even upon arriving you can witness true art at the Changi Airport with the Jewel, a huge complex of stores, gardens and the world’s largest and tallest indoor waterfall. At the Singapore Botanic Gardens you’ll be able to find all of the country’s native biodiversity, including rooms filled with stunning orchids. These gardens are considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Spoken language
Malay, Tamil, English and Mandarin Chinese
Cost to avg. transport ticket
USD20

Your questions, Our answers

Are credit cards accepted in Singapore?

The most commonly accepted credit cards in Singapore are Visa, MasterCard and UnionPay. Restaurants, supermarkets and malls often require a S$20 minimum purchase in order to use a credit card. It's also not uncommon for taxi drivers to charge a 10% fee for credit card payments.

What vaccinations do I need before visiting Singapore?

It's recommended to have gotten the following vaccinations before visiting Singapore: Measles, Polio, measles-mumps-rubella, diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis, Chickenpox, and your yearly flu shot. Additional vaccinations you should get are Hepatitis A, Typhoid, Hepatitis B, Rabies and Yellow Fever. There are some rules regarding Yellow Fever and Rabies vaccinations before a trip to Singapore, so we recommend double checking with the CDC or your doctor for more information.

What is the standard voltage and plug type in Singapore?

The standard voltage in Singapore is 230V. There is one plug type in Singapore: Type G.

Which holidays are celebrated in Singapore?

These are the holidays celebrated in Singapore:

  • Chinese New Year
  • Christmas
  • Diwali
  • Eid al-Adha
  • Eid al-Fitr
  • Good Friday
  • Labor Day
  • National Day of Singapore
  • New Year's
  • Vesak