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Singapore is a nation where foodies, explorers, collectors, action seekers and socialisers can come together, create new experiences and discover a city of possibilities.

Singapore is made up of the mainland island and 62 surrounding islets, including forest reserves, marshes and other green spaces.

Here you can wander through cultural neighbourhoods taking in Singapore’s multicultural heritage, peruse quirky boutique shops around Haji Lane, visit Sentosa Island for the theme parks and beaches, wander through its beautiful parks and reserves and visit the well-known Orchard Road and Singapore Zoo.



Singapore - Where passion is made possible Singapore, a rich and multi-dimensional city, is where your passions can truly come alive. This is because we’re more than just a destination. We are where passion is made possible.

Fly with Qantas direct from London to Singapore, or stopover en route to other destinations across Australia and Asia.

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See more, do more via Singapore

There’s so much to see and do in Singapore. Enjoy it as the perfect stopover on your way to Australia and then connect with Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne or Perth. Or use it as the gateway to discovering the best of Asia.

From Phuket to Penang, Hong Kong to Ho Chi Minh City, our partner airlines like Jetstar Asia and Bangkok Airways, can easily connect you to 11 major Asian cities, including Bangkok, Koh Samui, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Bali, Jakarta and Da Nang. 

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Book your stopover itinerary

Using this tool, book your multi-city itinerary. Select your flights and travel dates to Singapore, then choose your onward destination from Singapore before adding your flights home. Make sure you include enough time to see the sights of Singapore. 

Where to go in Singapore

Whether you’re stopping over or staying longer, there’s so much to discover in Singapore. Explore the cultural precincts, experience a variety of cuisines, shop 'til you drop on Orchard Road and be taken aback by the variety of new experiences to be enjoyed. Make sure you visit the following: 

Read our destination guide Singapore Chinatown bustling markeplace


Located south of the river, Singapore's Chinatown is a compact neighbourhood of historic shophouses, built in the 1840s, dwarfed by the towering skyscrapers of the financial district. Wander the streets to get a glimpse of its former history and see the local Chinese temples. Trendy eateries can be found in Keong Saik Road and Club street, or for the hawker street experience, visit Smith Street before delving into the hustle and bustle of the market.

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Discover Sentosa

This island resort, once a pirate refuge, is full of beaches, family attractions, hotels, beach bars, sky diving and the Universal Studios Resort. Here you can easily sit back, relax and enjoy the sunset drink in your hand. The island is also home to walking trails and nature enclosures for those seeking something more tranquil. If you're lucky enough to be in Singapore in December, don't miss the annual dance music festival, Zoukout, which is hosted on Sentosa. 

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Little India

Heading to the neighbourhood of Little India you'll be struck by the vibrancy. Once home to the racecourse the European settlers met and mingled, it was later used for cattle breeding and trading. Nowadays, its small side streets are laden with spice stalls, floral garlands, gold and reems of fabric. Head to the Tekka Centre, where you'll find the local hawker centre, and enjoy a biriyani, or shop in the 24 hour, 8-storey Mustafa Centre for a bargain.

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Find out more in our destination guide The golden domes of the Sultan Mosque seen in Kampong Glam

Kampong Glam

Visit this area and you'll be taken aback by the magnificent golden domes of the Sultun Mosque and cultural history of the area. Originally settled by Arabs, the Bugis, Javanese, Boyanese and people from the Riau Islands, Kampong Glam has become a centre for bargains, with new restaurants, antique shops and boutiques popping up in the former shophouses. To learn more about the history of the area, visit the Malay Heritage Centre within the royal seat of the Malay Sultans of Singapore.

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Marina Bay

At Marina Bay you can marvel at some of the city's most iconic architectural masterpieces. Visiting Marina Bay sands, an integrated resort, you can enjoy the many shops and resturants, visit the ArtScience Museum or enjoy a spectacular view at the Cé La Vi rooftop bar. The area is also home to Gardens by the Bay, the Singapore Flyer and the business hubs of Suntec City and Marina Square, and finally, not forgetting, the Merlion Statue in Merlion Park. 

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Singapore destination guide Singapore's Orchard Road, shopping street

Orchard Road

This famous shopping boulevard, named after the former nutmeg and pepper plantations of the 1840s, it is now the go to shopping street. Here you'll find high-end luxury brands, small boutiques, department stores and upmarket malls, broken up by parks, a palace and the shophouses of Peranakan Place. For a more relaxed pace, head to Tanglin Road for fancy cafes, restaurants, shops and the Singapore Botanic Gardens. 

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