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Top places to visit in Singapore

Cheap flights to Singapore from $106 One Way, $151 Round Trip

$151 return flights and $106 one-way flights to Singapore were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.


Deals For This Weekend's Flights

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
BKK Singapore May 21 - May 29 $151
HKG Singapore May 21 - May 28 $228
MNL Singapore May 23 - Jun 3 $538
HND Singapore May 21 - May 28 $677
PEK Singapore May 22 - May 25 $2,764
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Cheap Flights to Singapore

At the very tip of the Malay peninsula Singapore may be small but it manages to pack in a cosmopolitan city, world-class cuisine, futuristic architecture and a vibrant culture and nightlife. Book a flight to Singapore for a relaxed city break, fun family holiday in the sun or to get a bite-sized taste of Asia.

When to Book Flights to Singapore

In common with other South East Asian destinations, Singapore doesn’t really have a distinct peak season. Visitors are attracted to its hot, and occasionally humid, weather throughout the year.

During the US summer months Singapore enjoys dry, hot days with very little rain. In our winter, you can still find a welcome spot of sun in Singapore, but temperatures will be a little lower and you may get caught out in the odd short-lived downpour.

In terms of cost, flights to Singapore don’t vary too much during the year. The best way to secure a deal is to book as early as possible and to use the Orbitz search tools to your advantage.

How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Singapore

Singapore is a major international air hub. It is incredibly well-connected for both short- and long-haul flights. This means that there are always plenty of flights departing from various airports in the US to Singapore.

You may need to take advantage of connecting flights if you want to have the best chance of finding a cheap flight.

Using Orbitz, you can quickly narrow down your options and filter your results to quickly find the best flights for you. We search through a huge variety of sources to help you find the best prices for your trip.

Our ‘Nearby airports’ option shows you if an alternative US departure point will lower the price of your flights. If your vacation dates are not fixed you can also check the ‘My dates are flexible’ tick box to compare the cost of flights across a range of dates.

To highlight the best deals, sort and filter your flight results in various ways using the options available on the left-hand side of your search results. Focus on certain types of flight – such as connecting/direct or refundable/non-refundable – and organize your results by factors such as price, flight duration, airline, time of day or airport.

Singapore Changi Airport

Regularly voted the world’s best airport, Singapore Changi is the largest transportation hub in South East Asia.

Located around 10 miles from downtown Singapore, the airport boasts excellent facilities that include an adventure playground for kids, an art gallery, a rooftop garden, a choice of spas and massage salons, a fantastic array of eateries and even an open-air swimming pool.

When you can finally tear yourself away from the delights of the airport, you’ll find it’s also a pleasure to continue your journey within Singapore. The city’s reliable and efficient public transport network is easy to navigate and taxis are also available at the airport for those who want to get straight to their hotel.

Which Airlines Fly to Singapore?

Although only two carriers offer direct flights from the US to Singapore – United and Singapore Airlines – there are more than 30 carriers offering fast, connecting options.

How to Get Around in Singapore

Singapore is small and compact – it’s a great place to explore on an extended city break. The MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) subway system is the way most visitors travel through Singapore. If the MRT doesn’t serve the destination that’s next on your itinerary buses and taxis help to plug the gaps.

Places to visit in Singapore

Marina Bay

Singapore is at its skyscraping, futuristic best here – every night a light show illuminates the waters and by day there’s the Science Museum, casinos, shopping area and fantastic dining options.

Universal Studios

Families will not want to miss what was the first amusement park of its kind to open in South East Asia.

Gardens by the Bay

The famous Supertree structures here create an impressive skywalk over the gardens and you can escape the heat in the over-sized seashell-shaped greenhouses that recreate chilly mountain climates.

Raffles Hotel

This luxurious colonial-style hotel is a Singapore institution. Drop in to enjoy the best Singapore Sling in town.


Equally iconic are the temples, markets, street food and restaurants of Singapore’s Chinatown.

Tips for Traveling in Singapore

If you’re staying in Singapore for a while, a travel card will help to make public transport even cheaper and more convenient.

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