Flights to Singapore with Qantas
For the discerning world voyager, extraordinary personal experiences await in Singapore. A thriving cosmopolitan city, Singapore has a rich East meets West blend of culture, tradition and architecture, populated by cutting edge infrastructure and landscaped gardens. With an amazing concentration of sights, sounds, tastes, cultures and attractions packed into the island city, visitors can easily personalise their trip around what they love to do, at the pace they wish to do it. There isn't a better time to visit Singapore.
Enjoy fares starting from £842* for departures from London Heathrow between 19 February and 28 March 2013. All travel must be completed by 30 March 2013. Offer ends 28 March 2013, unless sold out before.
Our flight schedule between London Heathrow and Australia will change from 31 March 2013, subject to regulatory approval. Read about these changes.
Flights to Singapore
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Benefits of flying Qantas to Singapore
- Until 30 March 2013, double daily flights from London Heathrow on the award-winning Qantas A380, with a choice of four travel classes - First, International Business, International Premium Economy and International Economy.
- Earn Qantas Frequent Flyer points on every flight.±
- Check-in options to suit you.
It is said that Singaporean's main hobby is eating and you can see why with the multitude of dining options available in this food capital of Asia.
From your humble hawker centres to internationally renowned gourmet restaurants, you are spoilt for choice on what, when and where to eat. With its diverse culture, these are all showcased in the varied cuisines offered by the four main ethnic groups - Chinese, Malay, Indian and Eurasian.
The best way to try all these food is by visiting a local hawker centre, where you can enjoy all the local delights such as Satays, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Roti Prata and much more.
To experience the rich diversity of cultures in Singapore, you should embark on a heritage trail and enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes at the four main cultural precincts:
- Chinatown - a colourful mix of the old and new, where you will find people selling silks, gold jewellery, herbs, medicine, handicrafts and other souvenirs in quaint pre-war shophouses.
- Little India - the most vibrant and colourful of ethnic enclaves where you can immerse yourself in the spicy and floral aromas while listening to the sounds of car horns and bicycle bells.
- Kampong Glam - home to the Malays and full of alleyways where you'll find bargain hunters willing to haggle for antiques, textiles, carpets and other household wares, plus stylishly cool goods.
- Katong/Joo Chiat - drop into the coffee shops selling local delicacies such as laksa (rice noodles in spicy coconut broth), ba chang (rice dumplings) and tau kwa pau (minced pork in fried tofu).
Singapore is renowned as a Garden City, with its lush parks and gardens and range of nature reserves, wetland and flora and fauna. It also helps when there is an actual rainforest in the city located at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve.
A must see visit for nature lovers is the internationally renowned Singapore Botanic Gardens, plus the 101 hectare Gardens by the Bay along the Marina Bay, which features three distinctive waterfront conservatories.
When the sun sets in Singapore, the fun does not. Enter the exciting entertainment scene, with its vibrant and pulsating energy where the fun is also in discovering new places. Apart from the 24 hour entertainment zone, new internationally renowned mega clubs have also opened their doors in Singapore.
If you prefer to have a relaxing drink al fresco, then Singapore has many venues to suit your needs with stunning views or being sky high, you will be spoilt for choice as to where you want to go first.
Resorts World Sentosa and Marina Bay Sands
Sentosa Island has expanded its family pleasure offerings with the opening of Resorts WorldTM Sentosa, where you will find 5 star hotels, world class celebrity chef restaurants, designer boutique outlets and the first Universal Studios theme park in Asia. Other highlights include the Maritime Experiential Museum where you can journey through Singapore's long standing history as a trading post.
Marina Bay Sands embodies glitz and glamour and has changed Singapore's skyline forever. Comprising a thrilling mix of shopping, entertainment and dining facilities, visitors will be overwhelmed with this new high rise building where they can enjoy the spectacular views of the world below from 200 metres in the air.
Children and Infants: Discounts apply on international routes. No child discount applicable on Australian domestic routes.
Rebooking: Date changes on international flights permitted at £100 per change within the ticket validity and are subject to a local service fee. Date changes are permitted on internal flights and are only subject to a local service fee.
Rerouting: £100 per reroute and subject to a local service fee.
Cancellations: No refund once tickets are issued.
Local service fees: Local service fees apply for any changes to both e-tickets and paper tickets.
Images courtesy of Singapore Tourism Board