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Wellington Airport (WLG)
Flights from Singapore to Wellington will disembark at Wellington International Airport.
Wellington International Airport (WLG) services New Zealand's capital and is the third busiest airport in the country. The airport was once known as Rongotai Airport due to its location in the suburb of Rongotai and is a secondary hub for Air New Zealand.
Airport Accommodation: There are a number of hotels located in close proximity to Wellington International Airport.
Arguably the performing arts centre of New Zealand, the country's capital, Wellington presents fascinating sights to explore during the day and innovative theatrical productions to appreciate at night. The New Zealand Parliamentary Buildings, with the unique design of the Executive Wing resembling a beehive, are must see structures. With such a wide range of Wellington tours available, it's possible to be guided around the official Parliament House and view the architecture from the inside. Now home to the Victoria University Law School, the Old Government Buildings is one of the largest wooden buildings in the world. Also consider exploring the National Library of New Zealand, Carter Observatory and Turnbull House, an impressive mansion.
The city boasts a wide array of Wellington accommodation options and is enclosed by picturesque hills; each offering spectacular views over the capital and the harbour. To save the walk, the historic Wellington Cable Car is an exciting way to be transported to the botanic gardens. Other vantage points include Mount Victoria with 360 degree views, Mount Kaukau and the Brooklyn Windmill. A stroll along the water-front promenade overlooking Lambton is a satisfying wander.
Wellington boasts a number of performing arts ensembles committed to producing thought-provoking productions. Consider investigating what's on at the Circa Theatre, Embassy Theatre or the Bats Theatre. The acclaimed Royal New Zealand Ballet is based in Wellington and is well worth considering. Te Papa is the country's national museum, while the Museum of Wellington City & Sea offers a comprehensive history of the city. You can explore these sights and more with our cheap flights to Wellington.
The average maximum temperature for Wellington ranges between 12 and 21 degrees. The hottest month is January with an average temperature of 18 degrees and the coldest month is July with an average temperature of 9 degrees.
The average annual rainfall for Wellington, New Zealand, is 1098mm of precipitation.
The wettest month with the highest rainfall is July, with 126mm of precipitation. The driest month with the lowest rainfall is February, with 54mm of precipitation.
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