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Flights to Singapore
Singapore Changi Airport, or simply known as Changi Airport, is a major air transport hub in Southeast Asia. and the gateway to Singapore. It serves as the hub for Singapore Airlines, Singapore Airlines Cargo, SilkAir, Scoot, Tigerair and Jetstar Asia Airways.
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Detination Airport - Changi Airport
This multi-awarded airport currently has three passenger terminals which serve more than 100 airlines flying to some 300 cities in about 80 countries and territories worldwide. The nation’s flag carrier, Singapore Airlines services numerous routes around the world. The three terminals of Changi Airport are linked by the Changi Airport Skytrain which served both transit passengers and the general public. Continuous upgrades and expansion of facilities have consistently kept Changi Airport at the top the World's Best Airports list.
There are many choices for transport links from the Changi Airport to the city centre.The airport is connected to the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) network, with Changi Airport MRT station located underground between Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 and directly accessible from both terminals. Buses are also available in the basement level of the three main terminals. Taxis are abundant in all terminals. Rental cars and hotel shuttles are also available. There is also a free shuttle bus service plying between Changi Airport (T3) and the nearby Changi Business Park running on weekdays.
The island nation of Singapore is small is geographical size, but its strategic and economic stature is among the world’s best. From a minor trading port, Singapore has grown into a bustling cosmopolitan city state that boasts of a rich heritage and a sleek urban appeal. It carries a reputation of being a safe, well-maintained and cohesive yet ethnically diverse city. Visitors to Singapore will marvel at the colourful districts such as Chinatown, Arab Street and Little India, as well as the modern attractions dotting the city.
The land area of Singapore may be small, but this beautiful country retains much of its greenery in its many parks forests and nature reserves. All these well-preserved vegetation help keep the temperatures pleasant in this city which is just one degree north of the equator.
The compact size of Singapore also makes it easy for visitors to get around the many sights and attractions. The efficient and extensive public transportation network of Mass Rapid Transit trains, buses and taxis makes sightseeing a breeze. A stored value ticket known as the EZ-Link card also makes travel more convenient. Here are some of the interesting sights that are sure to be in any visitor’s itinerary --
Gardens by the Bay
The Gardens by the Bay are located at reclaimed land and features conservatories, Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest. The Flower Dome shows flowers and trees from all over the world, while the Cloud Forest the micro climate of a cloud forest has been recreated on several floors, and amongst the green, also includes a waterfall. Visitors can also take a canopy walk between the 'Supertrees'.
Marina Bay Sands
This integrated resort complex houses a hotel, casino, theatre, shopping mall, art museum and observation deck. Its distinctive design of three towers linked by a boat-shaped deck at the top floor, makes it a popular photograph spot for many visitors to the city.
The city’s main shopping street has almost all the designer labels and international brands. Even if shopping is not your fancy, Orchard Road is a great place for strolling and people watching. Along its stretch, you can also find some museums and colonial architecture.
This island theme park that features an array of family-friendly activities from indoor skydiving, zip lines into the ocean, alpine slide rides, laser shows, and beach activities. The island also has a Universal Studios, Underwater World, a casino, and several resort hotels.
Singapore Zoo and Night Safari
The Singapore Zoo is home to over 300 species of animals displays animals in "open" exhibits. It has one of the world's largest captive colonies of orangutans. The Night Safari, located adjacent to the Singapore Zoo, is the world's first wildlife park which brings visitors to see more than 100 species of nocturnal animals in their natural habitat.
With its sleek glass skyscrapers, colourful medley of Chinese, Malay and Indian heritage structures, warm tropical climate, amazing food and shopping options, the Garden City of Singapore is truly worth visiting.
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