Business Class Flights to Singapore
Read on before you book your cheap business class flights to Singapore. We have compiled some helpful information to prepare you for a visit to this tropical country.
An Introduction to Singapore
Singapore is a small island country with a population size of over 5.5 million people, being the world’s second most populated country. However, unlike many other heavily populated countries, 50% of Singapore is covered in greenery and contains 50 major parks and 4 nature reserves. It is known as Asia’s most luxurious garden city.
Big and self-contained suburban areas have emerged all over the island. It also has manyaround the clean and modern city centre.
While in Singapore
The centre of the city is located in the south — consisting roughly of the Orchard Road shopping area, the Riverside, the new Marina Bay area and also the skyscraper-filled Shenton way financial district. Being an extremely diverse country there are many Asian festivals throughout the year including the Chinese New Year, the Diwali Festival of Lights, Dragon Boat Festival and many more.
What to see and do in Singapore
In Singapore a lot of the best attractions revolve around botanical gardens, shopping, parks and diverse cuisine experiences. Booking tickets to theme parks, or beach islands is also a must as well as kicking back with a fancy drink on one of the many roof top bars.
Some of the top visitor attractions are as follows:
- Universal Studios Singapore
- Night Safari Zoo
- Jurong Bird Park
- Tiger Sky Tower
- Wild Wild Wet
- Kusu Island
- Lau Pa Sat
- Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
- Peranakan Museum
It’s definitely worth booking at least one tour to see the enchanting country of Singapore. There are many to choose from including the cheaper options of biking and walking tours, the popular and budget friendly river boat tours to the all inclusive island and theme park tours. Your hotel or local tourist center may have discounts so be sure to check before booking.
Food in Singapore
Singapore is a tasty blend of different cuisines, including a rich heritage of of Chinese, Indian, Malaysian and Indonesian influences. You can find exceptional restaurants all over the island. One of Singapore’s most popular street food areas is Maxwell Food Centre, near China Town. Others include Tiong Bahru Marke and Satay by the Bay. Being an international destination the food ranges from European to Asian as the list below of popular restaurants will demonstrate.
Rhubarb: French, European cuisine
Fratini La Trattoria: Italian dining experience
Claymore: Japanese, Chinese, Seafood and International dishes
Lagnaa: Indian restaurant with a twist – patrons must be barefoot
&Sons: Traditional Venetian dining Bar
Shopping in Singapore
Singapore offers some of the best shopping in Asia. The high-end shopping malls are not only being in abundance but also incredibly designed to fit the tropical, green aesthetic of the small island.
Orchard: An absolute architectural wonder, ION Orchard glows like a futuristic beacon at the end of Orchard Road enticing all kinds of luxury shoppers inside. This is Singapore’s most serene shopping built as a glass, marble and steel work of art where there are even exclusive toilets for high-spending customers and celebrities.
VivoCity: Singapore is famous for some the best shopping complexes in Asia and one of the most impressive is VivoCity. Situated on the HarbourFront and labelled as a shopping, entertainment and lifestyle destination, VivoCity is home to Singapore’s largest cinema, biggest toy store, an amphitheatre, wade pool and four food courts.
Nightlife in Singapore
Rooftop bars in Singapore are all the rage at the moment, each of them offering something different. Many will point to the highest and probably the most famous of them all, 1-Altitude at Raffles Place. There’s also KU DE TA at the iconic Marina Bay Sands, a microbrewery overlooking the city and plenty more spots with some daring food and drinks promotions that’ll have you coming back for more than just the views
In a little doorway in the middle of Singapore’s financial district is one of Singapore’s most happening clubs. The club, Kyo, is young and is considered one of the island’s best nights out. It’s in a cave-like basement with long queues at the weekend, boasting a stylish three-sided island bar in the center. There’s always good lineup of international and local DJs playing house and techno, as well as cool street-style art on the walls.
Artistry is a popular independently owned spot and is a combination of many things. There are great artworks by local artists draping the walls, and it’s a popular cafe during the day for creative minds to meet and mingle. At night, it maintains its hip but relaxed vibe, and hosts themed music nights.
These are just a splash of what Singapore has to offer though, with many other popular jazz, lounge and cocktail bars all over the many districts and CBD. Be sure to check sites like TripAdvisor to see what’s recommended before you fly!
When to book your cheap business class flights to Singapore
Between July and September is the festive season and is a great time to vist the many different areas of Singapore, especially around July when the Great Singapore Sale and the Singapore Food Festival take place. Between Feb-April: The months between the summers and winters are quite pleasant. The wettest months are between November and January, when showers can last for long periods of time, while the hottest months are May and June.
There are many major airlines that fly regularly to Singapore including British Airways, Virgin, and Singapore Airlines so prices can vary. Flights from London Heathrow is 13h, from Los Angeles it’s around 23h, from New York it’s around 30h and from Sydney is around 7h flight time.
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