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|October||Best time to beat the crowds (4% less expensive on average)|
|December||Most popular time to fly (16% more expensive on average)|
Average price of a return ticket
|RM 74||(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)|
Good deal for a return ticket
|RM 18||or less|
Emirates, Air New Zealand and SriLankan Airlines have all waived their change and cancellation fees on flights from Malaysia to Singapore Changi. Confirm policies on booking site.
The cheapest airline ticket to Singapore from Malaysia in the last 72 hours was RM 280 return on the route from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore. The most popular route is from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore and the cheapest ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was RM 280 return.
In general from Malaysia, Jetstar Asia, MAI and Air India fly the most to Singapore. The most popular route is from Malaysia, and Jetstar Asia, MAI & Air India fly this route the most.
Singapore Airport is 17 kilometres from the centre of Singapore. View on map.
Singapore is served by Singapore Changi Airport, also commonly referred to as Changi, Changi Airport, Singapore, Singapore Changi, or simply Singapore Airport. The airport code is SIN.
Prepaid SIM cards for roaming and data are available in the arrivals halls of all four terminals at the Changi Recommends counters.
The airport is located to the east of Singapore, about 20 min by car or taxi to the centre of Changi. The public bus or MRT (mass rapid transit) are the cheapest modes of transportation for travellers on a tight budget, however, the bus takes longer to get to the centre—about an hour and a half to Somerset station as opposed to 30 min to City Hall station by MRT. The public bus costs roughly S$ 2.50 (≈ RM 7.50) while the MRT costs S$ 2 (≈ RM 6) for a one-way trip. Consider purchasing an Ez-link card if you will be doing a lot of travelling by public transportation, as it will save you money when purchasing multiple trips. They can be found at any Passenger Service Center either in bus or MRT stations or at 7-Eleven convenience stores.
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