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Singapore Holidays

The Singapore skyline at night

The buzz of Singapore will stay with you, long after you leave. It’s a thriving metropolis, where global finance gurus come to chat business, but also where a melting pot of Chinese, Malay, Indian and European influences join together. The ‘Lion City’ does futuristic well, but diverse even better. You’ll find it in the green Gardens by the Bay and Singapore Botanic Gardens, in the temples and food outlets of Chinatown and Little India, and in the 19th-century markets. Its humid climate also offers an opportunity to soak up that warmth you’ve been craving – sip Singapore Slings in the sunshine, shop along Orchard Road or among the boutique enclaves in Haji Lane, soak up the air-con in one of the luxury resorts, or head to Sentosa for some family time; we’re talking beaches and theme parks aplenty. And, with hygiene and safety being a bigger focus than ever here, there's truly never been a better time to visit.

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Singapore Holiday Types

From foodie stopover to shopping break or pure luxury stay as part of a wider Asia trip, our holidays in Singapore can be tailored to suit your interests and budget. Below are just a few examples of our Singapore holiday types. For more ideas, talk to one of our Travel Experts today.

Singapore Holiday Planning Guide

This is where you can get your creative juices flowing! When you're ready to book, pop in-store, give us a call or chat to us online, and let us tailor-make it easy.

Top Things to Do

Top 3 Things to Do in Singapore

  • Visit Gardens by the Bay
  • Try a Singapore Sling and chilli crab
  • Explore Chinatown
When to Go

When to Go to Singapore

Most destinations claim it, but Singapore really is somewhere you can visit year-round. Sitting between the first and second parallels, its location close to the equator means that the Lion City’s hot and humid climate is fairly consistent from month to month. In fact, it only has two seasons: wet and dry. The island city-state is busiest during the local school holidays (Jun-Jul and Nov-Dec), but otherwise, there’s never really a bad time to explore. For more information, see our when to go to Singapore guide.

Getting There

Getting to Singapore

Flight time: The London to Singapore flight time is just over 13 hours.

Visas: British Citizens do not require a visa if staying for under 30 days.

More Information

More About Singapore

Currency: Singapore dollar

Language: English, Malay, Tamil and Mandarin

Why Book with Flight Centre

Why Book Your Singapore Holiday with Flight Centre

We know Singapore: As a favourite stopover on the way to Australia or New Zealand, we know how to make the most of 24 or 48 hours in Singapore. Our Experts have hand picked the city’s best hotels based on first-hand experience, and can also recommend a range of tours and day trips too.

Local knowledge: Flight Centre has shops and offices in Singapore, allowing us access to up to the minute information from our people in-destination.

Flexibility: We offer flexible deposits, the opportunity to pay the balance of your holiday just 10 weeks before departure and fixed change and cancellation fees.

Flight Centre concierge and 24/7 Emergency Assistance Service: When you book a holiday to Singapore from our range of tailor-made Journeys, you’ll also enjoy access to our inclusive concierge and 24/7 Emergency Assistance services.