Flights from Melbourne to Singapore

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Singapore City Guide

Singapore is a great travel hub. The city combines contemporary skyscrapers with influences from Indian, Chinese and Malay cultures. Be it shopping, sightseeing, food and design; al travellers will find something to pique their interest in Singapore. Explore the ever-growing maze of walking trails and cycling paths, move between the temples in Chinatown, or feast on lip-smacking fare in Little India. Those whose pursuits are more inclined to the retail variety can make a beeline for Orchard Rd, a pretty promenade that plays host to boutiques from the world’s top high-end brands and designers. As well as being a standalone holiday destination, Singapore can also be used as a gateway to any number of other cities and countries.

When you’re ready to travel to the island, use Webjet to book cheap airfares from Melbourne to Singapore. Webjet’s flight finder will help you discover the best MEL to SIN airfares, as well as great holiday packages. 

The Best Time to Visit Singapore

Given its positioning as a popular holiday destination and a hub for connecting travel, it is no surprise that MEL to SIN flights are available all year round. Singapore’s proximity to the equator gives the island a typically tropical climate: hot and humid with an abundance of rainfall. This also means that Singapore’s temperatures don’t vary much month-to-month, so the best time to visit Singapore is at a traveller’s leisure. November to January to tend to be the island’s wettest months however, and the hottest periods are in May and June.

Affordable Flights to Singapore

Return flights from Melbourne to Singapore are available all year round, so finding one to suit your preferred travel dates and budget is easily done. There are more than 50 daily MEL to SIN flights and you can find and book your airfares with Webjet..

Departing from Melbourne Airport (MEL)

Located about 20 kilometres from the city centre, Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport is the only international airport that serves Victoria’s capital. It is the second busiest airport in Australia and serves 10 million international passengers per year. International flights from Melbourne to Singapore depart from the T2 Terminal.

 

Getting to Melbourne Airport (MEL)

Melbourne Tullamarine Airport can be reached via three modes of travel: the SkyBus public transport connects, taxis and rideshare services, or by a traveller’s own car. The cheapest option of the three is the SkyBus, a 24/7 service that carries a one-way adult fare from $18AUD. An express city service leaves from Southern Cross Railway Station, Docklands in Southbank and St Kilda. There are also routes to and from the Mornington Peninsula and Melbourne’s western suburbs. Taxi and rideshare fares are dependant upon pick-up location and traffic, but there is a dedicated drop-off zone outside the airport’s main terminals.

 

Parking at Melbourne Airport (MEL)

Looking to make your own way to the airport? There are several options for car parking, including budget-conscious areas and a premium valet parking service. If you’re looking to save some money, the Value Car Park is an excellent option however do keep in mind that it is located further away from the airport’s departure terminals.

 

Arriving at the Singapore Changi Airport (SIN)

Flights from Melbourne to Singapore typically land at Singapore Changi Airport, one of the biggest and busiest airports in the world. Singapore Changi Airport has also been voted the ‘World’s Best Airport’ on several occasions. The airport is well serviced by public transport. There is a train station, accessible by foot from Terminal 2 or Terminal 3, that links to Tanah Merah station. A number of busses depart from Terminals 1, 2 and 3 (note that exact change needs to be given for the fare), and there are also taxi ranks at each terminal.

Things to do in Singapore

Lau Pa Sat

When it comes to markets, Lau Pa Sat is one of Singapore’s finest. This market combines a rich history and pretty architecture with a series of delicious food stalls. Located in Singapore’s financial district, the market is characterised by its octagonal shape, ornamental columns and its clock tower.

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

Nature lovers that have made the most of cheap flights from Melbourne to Singapore will want to put a visit to Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve on their agenda while on the island. These wetlands cover 87 hectares and are an important ecological site. There are observation posts giving visitors the chance to peer into the natural habitats of crabs, mudskippers and lobsters; and the reserve is home to species of migratory birds too.

Sentosa

Take a day trip to Sentosa, an island resort located off of Singapore’s southern coast. Sentosa and Singapore are linked by road, cable car, monorail and even a pedestrian boardwalk. The island features great beaches and attractions, heritage walks, restaurants and cafes, and activities for families.

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