In the past two weeks, users have booked deals to Singapore for £26/person, which is 94% cheaper than the average flight to Singapore. To find the cheapest price to Singapore from your area, use momondo’s Airport-to-Airport Pricing Tool.
If you are unable to visit Singapore during the month of March, then departing from United Kingdom during the month February is also very affordable. Most momondo users find prices during this month for around £449.
The best time to book a flight to Singapore from United Kingdom is 45 days out, which is when prices tend to be around £507. However, flight prices might be lower outside of this timeframe. For example, people recently found flights to Singapore from United Kingdom for as low as £371 on momondo.
The cheapest day to depart from United Kingdom to Singapore is on a Tuesday when prices can be found for as low as £476. The most expensive day to fly to Singapore is Saturday, with ticket prices averaging around £528.
Our data shows that the cheapest United Kingdom to Singapore flights are usually those with departure times at midday. Our users have found flights to Singapore at midday for as low as £438. In contrast, the most expensive time of day to depart to Singapore is in the morning when prices are around £523.
Users planning a flight to Singapore during the months of January, February, or March should anticipate rain. There are still things to do in Singapore even when it's raining, though. While in Singapore you will find National Museum of Singapore nearby which is a great museum to visit when you’re looking for things to do indoors. For those looking to get out of the rain and do a little shopping, check out Sentosa Island. A family-friendly option for when the weather in Singapore doesn’t cooperate is heading to Sentosa Island, where you can enjoy all the ocean animals.
Those flying to Singapore could potentially find better pricing at Singapore Changi Airport (11 mi from Singapore city centre), depending on the month and departure airport.
The cheapest airport near Singapore is typically Singapore Seletar Airport, with an average price of £413/person. These prices vary based on where travellers are coming from. It is suggested that travellers looking to save money try momondo’s Airport-to-Airport Pricing Tool.
Currently, Singapore travel restrictions include travel to Singapore. Singapore has restricted entry and transit of all short-term visitors who are not residents of Singapore, Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents, or Long-Term Pass Holders (including holders of Work Pass, Student’s Pass, Dependant’s Pass, and Long-Term Visit Pass). Travelers entering Singapore must self-isolate for 14 days at a dedicated Stay-Home-Notice (SHN) facility. Long-Term Visit Pass and Long-Term Visit Pass In-Principle Approval holders issued by ICA also need an Approved Letter for Entry (ALE) from ICA. Student’s Pass holders and Student’s Pass In-Principle Approval holders also need an ALE from the Ministry of Education (MOE). New and existing work pass holders are only allowed to enter Singapore with the Ministry of Manpower’s (MOM) prior approval. They are required to show the MOM’s approval letter to airline staff upon check-in and before boarding, as well as to ICA officers at the immigration checkpoint upon their arrival in Singapore. Short-term visitors with an ALE from ICA, Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI), Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) or MOH may still enter the country. However, they may still be subject to health screening upon arrival. Having an ALE does not guarantee a Visit Pass to enter Singapore. All travelers entering Singapore, including Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents, and Long-Term Pass (LTP) holders must submit a health declaration via the SG Arrival Card (SGAC) e-Service, at https://eservices.ica.gov.sg/sgarrivalcard, or the mobile app. Airlines are requested to inform passengers at check-in and before boarding, as well as in-flight, to submit their health declaration via the SGAC e-Service prior to their arrival in Singapore. The paper-based embarkation/disembarkation card has been discontinued and is no longer distributed by airlines operating into Singapore. If you are planning to travel to Singapore at this time, it is recommended that you stay up to date on current restrictions and follow proper safety measures while in public.