Flights to Singapore
Explore the tropical hub of Southeast Asia and discover a city that mixes past and present in an exotically exciting way.
An additional $30 one way applies for Economy travel on Fri-Sun.
Terms and conditions: Advertised fares are based on travel originating in New Zealand. For airfare only bookings paid with credit, debit or charge card, a fee of $17.50 per person per one way long-haul journey applies. For airfare only bookings made through our Contact Centre a non-refundable service fee of $60 per person, per one way journey applies. Customers who purchase fares using Airpoints Dollars™ online will be required to pay the government and airport charges which are included in this fare by internet banking or credit card. Taxes on return sector will vary from those on the outbound journey. Travel is via Air New Zealand operated non-stop services ex Auckland to Shanghai, Seoul, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taipei, Tokyo & Osaka. Flights to Singapore and Hong Kong may be operated by partner airlines. Travel ex Wellington or Christchurch is via Auckland on Air New Zealand domestic flights. Connections from provincial New Zealand points requiring an overnight break in the journey will be at the passenger’s own expense. Flight and routing restrictions may apply. An additional $30 per one-way journey applies for travel on Friday-Sunday in Economy class and $60 per one-way journey in Premium Economy. Premium Economy & Business Premier: Air New Zealand domestic flights and connecting flights will be in Economy class. Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or on all dates. Prices correct as at 5 November 2019. Offer is valid for new bookings only. New deals may be released at any time.
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Singapore is the ultimate modern Asian city; a melting pot of people, business, design and ideas. Often called the Lion City, this convenient gateway to Southeast Asia has a dazzling skyline, which makes it one of the best places in the world to enjoy a rooftop cocktail or catch a giant ferris wheel view.
Things to do in Singapore
Within Singapore's futuristic cityscape, you'll discover fascinating glimpses of the past. Iconic landmarks such as the luxurious colonial Raffles Hotel, the many churches, temples and mosques of Pagoda Street, and the city's colourful street festivals portray a fascinating diversity of architectural styles and personal beliefs.
You'll feel the layers of generations in Chinatown too, where you can chow down on hot bowls of Singaporean laksa alongside the locals and explore traditional street markets selling all kinds of unusual trinkets.
Innovation and tradition are woven together to create the sparkling diversity and endless opportunities that are the Singapore experience.
Singapore truly is heaven on earth for shoppers - and if the city's famous tropical heat gets too much while you're exploring the markets, you can find relief by simply nipping into one of its many air-conditioned malls and hawker centres.
You'll also find respite from the bustling city in any of Singapore's extensive green spaces. For something truly innovative try the 101-heactare Gardens by the Bay, which has two cooled conservatories, Mediterranean plants, an incredible light show and more. Or visit the historic 82-hectare Singapore Botanic Gardens, a World Heritage site where you can get back to nature among thousands of plants species, beautiful lakes and artistic sculptures.
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Best time to go
Apart from an increase in rainfall from November to January, Singapore's climate is fairly consistent. Expect plenty of rain and sunshine, high humidity and daytime temperatures of around 30 °C.
How much will it cost?
Obviously this will depend on your tastes and what you want to do. As a rough guide, not including air travel and hotels, you should allow about USD $150 a day per person for food and entertainment.
There are no mandatory vaccinations required for visitors to Singapore, unless you come from a yellow-fever area (parts of Africa and South America). Singapore is not a malaria area, but dengue fever is a concern, so use mosquito repellent.
You do not require a visa to enter Singapore if you have travel documents (usually a passport valid for at least six months from arrival) issued by New Zealand, Australia, Japan, China, Canada, United States, United Kingdom or other EU countries. However, a visa is required if you have travel documents issued by one of more than 30 countries listed on the Singapore Immigration and Checkpoints Authority website.
*Flight times are based on the fastest route available.
**Indirect flights may also be available for this route.