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Let’s not kid around—you’ve heard all about Singapore. It’s the place with kilometres upon kilometres of shopping malls. Botanic gardens that will blow your mind. And let’s not even get started on the nightlife…
Curious? So are we. Book one of Wotif’s cheap flights to Singapore today and get your adventure started.
Singapore has pretty awesome public transport. The Mass Rapid Transit and Light Rail Transit will get you all over, and taxis will fill in any travel gaps. Feel like something a little different? Hop on a bumboat (yes, that’s right…what’s in a name, anyway?) and snap some pics of the gorgeous skyline from the river.
If you’re on one of the flights to Singapore that lands in the morning, beat feet for the East Coast District. It’s right near the airport…and the beaches, so bring the sun cream.
Should your plane touch down in the afternoon, do as the Singaporeans do and make for Orchard Road, a borderline psychedelic street devoted entirely to shopping. Want to blow through your savings and inheritance all in one go? Step right up.
Touching down in the evening? The Marina District is calling your name. Leave your luggage at your accommodation in Singapore and then dance the night away in the bars and clubs…or just snap some selfies in front of the area’s many statues.
You’ve beached it and shopped until you dropped. Now recharge in the Gardens by the Bay. Wander through just over 100 hectares of beautiful plant life. Stop by the Supertree Grove and tilt your head back—some of these plant-covered towers stretch 50m up!
Now’s the time: Wotif’s Singapore flights put the “City in a Garden” within your reach. Heck, why not go all-out? Mix and match airfares and accommodation to craft one of Wotif’s famous Singapore packages. Book your trip today and we’ll see you in Singapore.
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