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Fly from Singapore to Dublin with Etihad Airways

Book flights from Singapore to Dublin and make your way to the Emerald Isle – swapping gleaming skyscrapers for Ireland’s quaint and historic capital.

Explore Dublin’s rich past as you uncover the secrets of its castles, cathedrals and museums – and enjoy traditional folk music from street performers as you stroll along the cobbled lanes.

Your journey with Etihad also offers you the opportunity of a relaxing stopover in Abu Dhabi.

SIN to DUB: flight facts

Time difference -8 hours

Dublin is eight hours behind Singapore on Western European Time (WET). During Daylight Saving Time from March to October, Dublin is seven hours behind Singapore.

Flight distance 7,388 miles

Flights from Singapore (SIN) to Dublin (DUB) via Abu Dhabi cover approximately 7,388 miles (11,890 kilometres).

Your flight from Singapore to Dublin

Your journey from Singapore to Dublin begins at Singapore Changi Airport (SIN). From here you will soar northwest over the Indian Ocean before touching down at Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) on the Arabian Gulf.

Following a short transfer or stopover, your onward flight will take you over some of Europe’s most scenic countries – ready for a warm Irish welcome when you land at Dublin Airport (DUB).

*Aircraft, cabins and services may vary by route and flight. You can check this when you search for your flight. This page was last updated Sept 2019.

Flying from Singapore to Dublin: FAQs

How easy is it to get around Dublin?

Dublin is a relatively small city which makes getting around on foot a great option, allowing you to take in many sights along the way.

It is also served by an efficient transport system – including a public bus service and trams. You can even jump on the DART train to discover enchanting towns along the coast.

What's the weather like in Dublin?

Dublin enjoys a temperate climate with four distinct seasons. The summer months see the warmest weather, with average highs of around 20°C in July and August.

Spring and autumn bring widespread colour to the city’s parks and gardens, while winters are cool. The milder conditions only inspire a warmer atmosphere in Dublin’s cafes, restaurants and music venues however.

Top tips for Singapore to Dublin

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Step back in time

Dublin is a city full of rich history – which can be seen in its towering cathedrals, sweeping streets of 18th and 19th-century architecture, and one particularly striking, grand landmark.

Discover more than 800 years of fascinating Irish history when you take a trip to Dublin Castle. With its looming Medieval Tower, ornate grounds and exhibitions of heritage, art and antiques, there is plenty here to keep you intrigued.

kilmainham gaol old prison in dublin

Experience Dublin's infamous prison

Immerse yourself in Dublin’s atmospheric Kilmainham Gaol, once one of the city’s most notorious prisons.

Today, the Gaol still has many tales and grisly stories emerging from inside its walls. Book in advance to take a guided tour around the compelling building, and visit the museum to learn about the inmates who were imprisoned here.

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