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The best Singapore travel deals, including cheap hotels, discounted attractions and more that we could find online.

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With colourful blends of culture in the city state's neighbourhoods, Singapore can represent many holiday destinations in a single hit.

And thanks to cheap flights, discounted holiday packages and hotel deals, getting a taste of Malay, Chinese and Indian culture has never been cheaper.

All Singapore holiday deals


Up to 10% off Asia hotels



Get 10% off Singapore experiences


Klook AustraliaKlook Australia

Up to 60% off activities, experiences and things to do

I Want That FlightI Want That Flight

Flights to Singapore from $130 each way


Klook AustraliaKlook Australia

Up to 12% off Asia activities



Singapore return flights from $276


Singapore AirlinesSingapore Airlines

Flights to Singapore from $564 return



Up to 15% off hotel bookings


Singapore AirlinesSingapore Airlines

Flights to Phuket from $684 return


Singapore AirlinesSingapore Airlines

Flights to Bali from $759 return


Singapore AirlinesSingapore Airlines

Europe flights from $1,218 return



Up to 10% off hotels stays

What are the best sites to find Singapore travel deals?

  • Luxury Escapes for luxury vacations
  • Flight Centre for pre-packaged hotel and flight deals
  • Expedia for build-your-own holidays
  • Wotif for do-it-yourself vacations

What is the best time to find Singapore travel deals?

There's almost never a better time to book international travel than during the end of year sales, such as Black Friday and Boxing Day. End of financial year travel sales at the end of June is another great time to find travel deals.

How far in advance should you book a Singapore holiday to get the best deal?

According to KAYAK's Singapore pricing data, to get the best deal on your Singapore holiday you should book your flights at least 3 weeks before travelling for a lower than average price.

How much spending money do I need for Singapore?

Singapore is a more expensive city to visit. However, there are options for all kinds of travellers and the Singapore dollar (SGD) is usually fairly equal to the value of the Australian dollar. Based on summer prices a night in a hostel can cost as low as $10 while an expensive hotel could cost up to $500 per night. A cheap street meal can go for around $8 while a 4-course dinner at the Singapore Flyer costs $250 per person. There are a range of free and paid activities for every budget.

What else do I need to know about travelling to Singapore?

The borders are open. Travelling to Singapore from Australia looks different from what it was pre-pandemic but our guide explains all the vaccine and quarantine rules.

If your Singapore trip is cancelled due to COVID-19 or circumstances beyond your control contact your booking agent or providers. Some providers may be able to refund at least part of your trip. Get travel insurance to protect you if things go wrong.

Are you covered if things go wrong in Singapore?

It's important now more than ever to make sure you're insured to protect your Singapore trip from the unexpected. Find a travel insurance deal that's right for you.

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