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Visit vibrant Singapore

Book flights to Singapore and enter one of Asia’s most colourful cities – a melting pot of culture, commerce and clever green spaces.

Singapore is among the world’s greenest cities, boasting lush gardens in the sky, greenery perching atop skyscrapers and towering terraces. Don’t miss the award-winning Gardens by the Bay.

twin pagodas at the chinese garden in singapore

The city-state’s relationship with flowers and fauna dates from the late 1800s and the founding of Singapore Botanic Gardens – a must-visit today.

Singapore has a rich culture and storied history as a trading island. Explore its ancient temples or step inside the Asian Civilizations Museum to see 2,000 year-old artefacts.

Shopping is also a definite highlight – hunt one-offs in quirky independent boutiques or browse the latest collections at famous fashion houses such as Dior, Chanel and Dolce & Gabbana.

Book flight tickets to Singapore with Etihad Airways and take yourself on an unforgettable journey.

What’s the weather like in Singapore?

What’s the weather like in Singapore?

Average temperatureAverage rainfall

JAN

27°C

23cm

FEB

27°C

16cm

MAR

27°C

18cm

APR

28°C

17cm

MAY

28°C

17cm

JUN

28°C

16cm

JUL

27°C

16cm

AUG

27°C

17cm

SEP

27°C

17cm

OCT

27°C

20cm

NOV

27°C

25cm

DEC

27°C

27cm

The island of Singapore sits off southern Malaysia in Southeast Asia. Located just one degree north of the equator, it’s warm all year, but it’s not always dry.

Average year-round temperature remains between 27 and 28°C, but if you choose to visit between November and January you’ll find it to be much wetter than other months – yet quieter and just as beautiful.

Reasons to visit Singapore

painted terraced house in chinatown singapore

Discover a melting pot of history and culture

Historically, Singapore was one of the world’s busiest trading ports, bringing together merchants and ships from Asia and beyond. Today, the city-state wears its status as a bridge between east and west with pride, embracing the legacy of cultural diversity that comes from being at a global crossroads.

Book flights to Singapore to experience several cultures on one small island. As you explore, you’ll feel the influence of China, India and the Arab world in the atmospheric Chinatown, Little India and Arab Street districts.

orchard shopping mall singapore

Shop for old and new

Visit Singapore to find a place that loves to shop. Explore the luxury stores of Orchard Road – Singapore’s most famous shopping area. Don’t miss TANGS, the first department store to open on the street. The modern ION Orchard, with its curvaceous glass and steel frontage, looks more like a spaceship than a shopping centre. Step into the future to find Prada, YSL and more luxury brands. Clarke Quay is also a fantastic area for shopping.

For a more traditional experience, head to the bazaars. You’ll find everything you’re looking for at Pagoda Street and Tekka Centre market, where you can haggle with local traders for their colourful, artisan wares.

beach of sentosa island singapore

Head back to nature

Singapore is known as a ‘City in a Garden’. With flight tickets to Singapore you can experience one of its many green pockets, such as Sentosa Island, which is just off the southern coast of the city. The Singapore Botanic Gardens are a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the middle of Singapore.

Explore the historic gardens, dating back to the late 1800s, to see more than 48 species of bonsai and the national flower of Singapore – the Vanda Miss Joaquim orchid. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, also part of the gardens, boasts a rainforest rich in flora and fauna where you can spot long-tailed macaques and other colourful from the trails.

Things to know before you fly to Singapore

plane Airport transfers

After landing at the award-winning Singapore Changi Airport (SIN), you’ll soon be downtown – with connections including the shuttle service and trains. The airport metro station connects to trains heading to the city centre or you can hop on a bus from 6am to midnight daily. Alternatively, book a taxi or an airport transfer with Etihad.

bus Getting around Singapore

Singapore’s underground metro system (MRT) is ideal for reaching most places of interest. Buses are similarly efficient, but the MRT is simpler for tourists. The trains can be busy during rush hours, so plan ahead.

meals Food

Food is a huge part of life in Singapore, with the myriad cultures and nationalities here making for a diverse mix of cuisines. Hawker centres are hugely popular with locals and are tourist-friendly too – try Newton Food Centre and Lau Pa Sat. Chinese influence is writ large in the food, while noodle dishes are cheap, delicious and found everywhere.

socket Plugs

You’ll find three plug types in Singapore – types C, G and M. Type C has two round pins, while type G has three rectangular pins, and M has three round pins. The city operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz.

Flying to Singapore: FAQs

What are the best places to visit in Singapore?

From the holiday island of Sentosa with beaches, resorts and nightlife, to the bustling downtown malls and markets, Singapore has something for everyone. Gardens by the Bay is a recent addition to the city’s leisure attractions, and joins Chinatown and Orchard Road shopping on the list of top things to do.

What food should I try in Singapore?

Nasi padang is a much-loved Singaporean rice and curry dish that comes in many varieties. Or try hokkien mee – a delicious combination of noodles, egg, pork and beansprouts. The most famous dish of the city-state is arguably chilli crab: whole crabs braised in a thick, spicy sauce.

How many days should I spend in Singapore?

It’s easy to fill a week in Singapore enjoying all its attractions, but you can experience its highlights in a few days if you don’t have long. In a three-day itinerary you can fit in food markets, Marina Bay, the Singapore Botanic Gardens and the Art Science Museum. If you have more time, head to the neighbouring islands.

Why we love Singapore

“Singapore has an amazing food scene with flavours from all over Asia, and you can eat well whether you spend two dollars or 200. The classics like curry, laksa, chow mein and satay are delicious, but you can also sample some of the local specialities in the buzzing hawker centres.”

The best of Singapore

Singapore is one of the world’s bucket list destinations – and a must-visit for anyone travelling in Asia. With so much to discover – from green spaces to awe-inspiring architecture – it’s best to do some reading before catching your flight.

Atlas, our online magazine, has a wealth of information about Singapore. Taking in the latest travel trends, the most impressive architecture and the best things to see and do, Atlas is packed with quality journalism by our insiders on the ground.

Discover more about Singapore on Atlas and get under the skin of this magical destination.

Weather in Singapore

30 °C
Friday28 Feb 2020
31 °C
Saturday29 Feb 2020
32 °C
Sunday1 Mar 2020
32 °C
Monday2 Mar 2020
31 °C
Tuesday3 Mar 2020
33 °C
Wednesday4 Mar 2020
33 °C
Thursday5 Mar 2020
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