Flights to Singapore
Best student & youth fares right now to Singapore from Australia
Check out the fares below for the best flight deals from Australia to Singapore. Keep in mind that these prices update automatically, so it’s definitely worth returning to this page regularly to see what new options are on offer.
Student flights from Australia to Singapore
Singapore offers a fascinating blend of Eastern and Western culture, delectable food, amazing shopping options and beautiful natural attractions. This is a city at the forefront of so much, including green energy, and makes for a brilliant place for Australian students and young people, as it is located just north of Australia.
We always have great student flight prices for Australian travellers looking to visit Singapore. Which means once you’ve arrived in The Lion City, as the locals call it, you’ll still have plenty of dollars for seeing the sights and getting around.
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What are the main Singapore airports, and how do I get from them to the city centre?
The main Singapore Airport is called Changi, and it’s here that almost all international visitors arrive into the country by air. There is another airport called Seletar, but unless you’re flying domestically (unlikely, as Singapore is relatively small) or on a private plane, you won’t see that one.
Changi Airport (SIN): Having been awarded the accolade of World’s Best Airport for the last six years running, Changi Airport is an attraction in its own right. Situated roughly 15 miles from Singapore city centre, it’s connected 24/7 with easy-to-use public transport, with the most popular option being the Mass Rapid Transport Train, which takes around an hour and costs about $2.
How to fly from Australia to Singapore
Australia has excellent connections to Singapore, with flights available from all its major cities, including Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide. Smaller Australian cities also have flights on offer, including options from Newcastle, Gold Coast and Canberra. Flight times can vary, depending on where in Australia you’re flying from, so use the search box above to get an idea of the flight times from your city.
When is the best time to fly to Singapore?
Singapore is pleasant to visit year-round. Its proximity to the Equator guarantees a permanently warm, tropical climate. Some times of year are rainier than others, though. November through January is monsoon season and the driest months are June through August.
Events are aplenty on Singapore’s cultural calendar, so keep these in mind when planning your trip, as travel and general costs, like accommodation, can get more expensive during the big ones. Major events include Christmas and New Year, Lunar New Year (Jan-Feb), Ramadan (Apr-May) and National Day (Aug).
When is the cheapest time to book a flight from Australia to Singapore?
Prices based on bookings made 60-91 days prior to departure.
Why do Australian students love visiting Singapore?
Singapore is a top spot for Aussie students and young people, and isn’t too far away in terms of flight times (just over four hours if flying from Darwin). There are heaps of study abroad options and internship opportunities, and with a world class education system, the city state is home to some of the brightest people anywhere in the world.
Singapore universities and campuses
Singapore has over 30 major universities and many of them accept international students. The two biggest and most sought after are the National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University and Australian students are welcomed at both. Other big universities include the Singapore Institute of Management, the Singapore Institute of Technology and Singapore Management University.
Singapore lifestyle and culture
Singapore is a clean, tolerant and relaxed island nation, with heavy influences from Western culture. It’s one of Asia’s most multicultural destinations, with plenty of expats, students and visitors from Australia and many other countries. The quality of life is high. One of the reasons Singapore is so safe and clean is the strictly enforced legal system, which delivers heavy penalties for things like littering.
Exploring Singapore on a student budget
Singapore has some fantastic attractions that can be enjoyed on a student budget. There are heaps of free things to do, like walking around and snapping pics of the futuristic skyscrapers and gorgeous green spaces. The Changi Point Coastal Walk is one of the best free things to do in Singapore, and when you’ve built up an appetite you can grab a cheap eat from one of the numerous food stalls found around the city.