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Bursting with energy and sizzling with flavour, the city-state of Singapore is a destination like no other. Simple street food competes with Michelin-starred flair while futuristic architecture neighbours incense-filled temples and casts shadows on rickety-looking bumboats.
Getting there is easy, with a wide range of flights to Singapore from Manchester Airport (MAN).
Singapore Airlines offers a limited number of direct services, with an average journey time of 12 hours and 45 minutes. It’s unusual to find direct flights to Singapore from anywhere other than London so it’s worth taking the time to compare the best deals on TravelSupermarket.
It is also possible to book indirect flights from Manchester to Singapore Changi Airport (SIN), with low-cost fares from the likes of Turkish Airlines, Etihad, Emirates and British Airways.
In a place renowned for its cleanliness and efficiency, it’s no surprise to find cheap, practical and spotless methods of transport to get you from airport to hotel.
Hop in a taxi outside of the arrivals terminal and your journey to a central hotel will take around 30 minutes, costing in the region of 20 to 40 Singapore dollars (around £11-22).
At a fraction of the price, but with a slightly longer trip time (around 40 minutes, plus a final journey on foot from the station), the MRT rail service is a good-value option. Airport shuttle buses and public buses also offer cheap transfers, though trip times can be an hour or longer.
Consider car hire in Singapore, saving on the cost of transfers and seeing the city at your own speed.
Flights sorted? Car hire in the bag? Then visit our hotels in Singapore page to find a great deal on the perfect place to stay.
Often explored in a few hours during a stopover en route to Australia, Singapore hasn’t always had the attention it deserves. No more. With world-class dining, family attractions by the bucket load and a beautifully jumbled mix of cultural must-sees, Singapore shines its own light and welcomes travellers looking for a fine slice of the Orient.
Shopping along Orchard Road, entertaining the kids on Sentosa Island, tucking into chilli crab at Clarke Quay and flinging back a Singapore Sling or two at Raffles; these essential experiences mark only the start of your explorations around vibrant and exciting Singapore.