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Fares from $335 One Way, $573 Round Trip from Los Angeles to Singapore

Prices starting at $573 for return flights and $335 for 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.

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Route Information for Flights from Los Angeles to Singapore

Origin Airport IATA CodeQLA
Destination Airport IATA CodeSIN
Distance8762 mi
Direct Flight AirlinesSingapore Airlines
Earliest Flight Arrival12:15AM UTC
Latest Flight Arrival12:15AM UTC

Flights Review

Aug 26, 2019

Flight crew was very responsive tomy needs.

Jul 20, 2018

In flight food is in need of improvement.

Mar 27, 2018

Quality of Alcoholic beverages was very poor and not up to Singapore Airlines standard.

Feb 8, 2018

Improve the quality of the food.

Feb 2, 2018

The seat is very narrow but other than that, the service is very friendly.

Flying from Los Angeles to Singapore

Make planning your trip from Los Angeles to Singapore a pleasant experience by booking through By using the site's easy search feature, you can easily compare several airlines. Better yet, the site offers discounts on any combination of packaged airfares, hotels and rental cars, leaving you with more spending money at Singapore's various attractions, such as the Singapore Flyer, shopping on the famous Orchard Road and sampling Singapore's culturally diverse cuisine.

Los Angeles International Airport

Los Angeles International Airport is the main airport serving the country's second-most populated metropolitan area, so it is no surprise that it is the busiest airport on the West Coast. Several airlines offer Los Angeles to Singapore flights, including Philippine Airlines, Hainan Airlines, Air China, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, United Airlines and Singapore's own Singapore Airlines.

Located only 16 miles from the heart of the city, the airport is easy to get to by private car, the FlyAway bus, the Metro or any of the nine city-authorized cab companies that operate at the airport. Travelers who choose to take their own cars may park at Lot C on 96th Street and Sepulveda Boulevard for $12 a day and take the free airport shuttle buses to the terminal. There are many dining options at each of terminal. Hungry travelers can grab a quick cup of coffee from Starbucks or sandwiches from City Deli or Backlot Deli or sit down to a full meal at Malibu Al's or the Encounter Restaurant.

Culturally Diverse Singapore

Like many of today's Asian cities, Singapore is a blend of the East and West and of the old and new. What is unique to Singapore, though, is the rich cultural diversity resulting from the mix of nationalities that call Singapore home and the strong cosmopolitan character that is the gift of its commercial history.

Arriving at Changi Airport

Located about 10 miles from Changi's commercial district, Changi Airport is another busy airport, serving more than 100 airlines flying to over 200 cities. Arrivals who have prebooked rental cars may pick up their cars at the Arrivals Hall in Terminals 1, 2 and 3. Those with no previous arrangements can choose to hail a cab, take the airport shuttle to their hotels for $9 or ride the public bus to the city, which costs less than $2. More enterprising travelers might also opt for the free shuttle service, which picks up and drops off passengers from Sengkang MRT stations, Changi Business Park and Bedok.

When to Go and What to Do

Being so close to the equator, you can expect the weather in Singapore to be hot for most of the year, sometimes reaching 90 degrees Fahrenheit during the summer season and rarely going below 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Like the weather, costs are high much of the year, because of the constant influx of business travelers. With this in mind, the best time to visit Singapore is between July and October, when business traffic dips, and the weather is cooler.

Singapore is a small city, and cool weather allows travelers to take a leisurely walk in the historic Fort Cannings Park, visit the Hindu Sri Mariamman Temple, marvel at the huge Buddha Tooth Relic Temple in Chinatown or opt for any of the popular outdoor recreation activities in Sentosa Island. Like the cultural and historic attractions, shopping options are also as diverse, ranging from the gleaming, modern malls on Orchard Road to the quaint antique shops on Dempsey Hill and the eclectic fashions of Haji Lane at the Arab Quarter.

Convenient and Richly Memorable

Whether your reason for visiting is to conduct business, explore cultural diversity or score designer bargains, Singapore will not disappoint. Chic and cosmopolitan, yet also quaint and richly rooted in Asian culture, this city offers an interesting diversity of culture, attractions, activities and experiences. With convenient bookings and discount travel packages from, it is easy to ensure that your trip from Los Angeles to Singapore is a memorable one.

^Savings based on all package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019 as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.