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Compare Cheap Auckland to Singapore Flights
Book return flights from Auckland to Singapore and discover one of the world's top destinations in Southeast Asia. Armed with luxurious hotels, cultural diversity, Michelin-rated eats and the longest elevated infinity pool in the world; you won't have to worry about running out of things to do while in Singapore. With a non-stop flight time of 10 hours 45 minutes from Auckland, Singapore is a unique holiday destination for Kiwis. Shop 'til you drop for luxury brands, relax on the beaches or attend a mega international music festival.
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Best time to visit Singapore
The best time to visit Singapore
There is no bad time of year to visit Singapore. With a tropical climate all year-round, you don't need to worry about packing your winter coat. Singapore's high season is between November and June. With major festivals like Chinese New Year celebrations in February, the city is brimming with visitors during this peak period. Expect higher room rates and longer lines at top attractions. From July to October, Singapore experiences a lull in tourist traffic. It's also an excellent time to visit if you want to shop for designer bargains at the Great Singapore Sale. The Southwest Monsoon helps drive down hotel prices, making it a more affordable time of year to book return flights from Auckland to Singapore.
Departing From Auckland
Auckland International Airport (AKL) is the busiest and largest airport in New Zealand. In 2017, the airport serviced more than 19 million passengers. It operates two direct flights each day from AKL to SIN with Singapore Airlines and Air New Zealand. Other airlines such as Qantas and Emirates offer connecting routes through Brisbane, Sydney and Denpasar.
Getting to Auckland Airport
Take the Skybus from Auckland's CBD to the departure terminals. The service runs 24 hours a day and costs $18NZD per person. If you're travelling on a budget, use the 380 Airporter bus. It's a cheap way to get to the airport with a single trip costing $11NZD. Another affordable option is local bus route 31. It departs every 15 minutes from 7am to 7pm, seven days a week. If you don't want to use public transportation, you can take a taxi or an Uber to the airport. A single trip will cost up to $75NZD.
Parking at Auckland Airport
Auckland Airport offers a variety of parking options. Choose from budget-friendly long-term spots or splurge on five-star service and convenience.
Where to Park at Auckland Airport
- Economy: If you're on a tight budget, park your car here. Day rates start at $40NZD, and the check-in counters are only ten minutes’ walk away.
- Standard: There are covered and uncovered options. A three-day stay at the airport will cost $100NZD.
- Executive: If you don't want to waste any time at the airport, leave your car in one of the executive spots. You'll have access to valet parking, grooming services and extra wide parking bays at a rate of $57NZD per day.
Arriving in Singapore
Changi International Airport (SIN) is one of the largest airports in Southeast Asia. It's won the Skytrax award for ‘World's Best Airport’ six years in a row and it is a hub for Singapore Airlines and Jetstar Asia.
How to Get from Changi International Airport to Your Singapore Hotel or Accommodation
Changi International Airport is located at the east end of Singapore and is 20 kilometres from Marina Bay. Taxis are the fastest way to get into the city. A one-way trip will take about 20 minutes and costs 20 SGD ($22NZD) during off-peak hours. The Changi Airport Shuttle is a cost-effective way to get to your hotel. You can book your seat once you arrive in Singapore for 9 SGD per adult ($10NZD). The service runs 24 hours and departs every 15 to 30 minutes. It connects to all of the airport’s terminals. Another affordable option is the MRT train. A trip to the city will cost around 1.74 SGD (less than $2NZD) depending on the distance travelled. However, it's not the easiest option as you will need to change lines at Tanah Merah station. If you're not pressed for time, take the local bus. Route 36 and 36A run from the basement levels of terminal 1,2 and 3 for as little as 2 SGD ($2NZD) per person.
Things to do
Things to do in Singapore
Visit Marina Bay
Marina Bay is one of Singapore's top attractions. Inside the area, you'll find a Science Museum, a shopping district, a Casino and a spectacular light show held at 8pm every day.
Spend the day at Universal Studios Singapore
Universal Studios boasts more than 20 attractions and rides from famous movies as well as destinations around the world.
Walk around Gardens of the Bay
Gardens of the Bay won the award for World Building of the Year at the World Architecture Festival in 2012. The futuristic park is famous for its Supertree structures, and hundreds of trees and plants.