The 10 best travel offers from Singapore Airlines in 2019 – Telegraph.co.uk

Singapore Airlines offers great promotions to its top destinations, so whether you want to travel to Malaysia or Australia, you needn’t break the bank in the process

If you are looking for a holiday that won’t break the bank and fancy flying in supreme comfort, you’ve come to the right place. With a choice of four daily flights from London, five weekly flights from Manchester and regional departures available with partner airlines, Singapore Airlines can take you to over 135 destinations in more than 39 countries and territories. Here, we choose 10 of the best promotions for the discerning traveller.

1 Singapore from £505

Singapore Airlines’ home city is the archetypal melting pot that swirls together myriad strands of regional cuisines and cultures into one beguiling mix. It’s slick and modern, but historic and beguiling too. Singapore is also family friendly and fun with Sentosa Island a tempting leisure getaway that attracts 20 million visitors a year.

2 Sydney from £680

Australia’s largest city is a glorious harbour gateway boasting such world-famous icons as the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. It’s also laced with epic beaches like Manly and Bondi, with a buzzing nightlife and food scene where you can spend the dollars you’ve saved on your ticket.

Iconic: Australia's largest city, Sydney, is home to world famous landmarks

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3 Perth from £685

The world’s most remote state capital is a city break star and the gateway to the Margaret River wine region to the south and the marine mammal-rich oasis of Exmouth to the north. Perth has been reinvented of late with hip hotels, bars and restaurants backing up its bountiful parkland.

4 Siem Reap from £550

A vibrant city in its own right, this Cambodian bolthole’s chief attraction is nearby Angkor Wat. This Unesco World Heritage-listed temple complex is truly one of the wonders of the world, best enjoyed in the morning mists or with a spectacular sunset. You will want to visit again and again. 

5 Bali from £570

Yes, it is world famous for its glorious beaches and popular resorts, but this Indonesian holiday isle offers so much more. We are talking atmospheric waterfront temples, brooding volcanoes, startling marine life – whether scuba diving or snorkelling – and picture postcard rice paddies. Not to mention mouth-watering cuisine.

Cultural treasures: visit one of Bali's atmospheric waterfront temples

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6 Kuala Lumpur from £445

The Malaysian capital is one of Asia’s great cities, an eye-catching collage of the ultra-modern and the dreamily historic, best enjoyed from the viewing deck of the iconic Petronas Towers. The streets are alive with markets and malls, while the street food is legendary too.

7 Christchurch from £805

This stately, graceful city in New Zealand offers a charmingly relaxed lifestyle, one that warmly welcomes visitors. It is a city of British-style churches, green spaces and old-world buildings. It is also a superb base for setting out to explore the spectacular natural oasis of South Island.

8 Bangkok from £460

With a cheap fare and one seriously good-value city, even your bank manager is going to be happy with your choice of the Thai capital. Ornate temples tempt, as do traditional massages and some of the world’s most celebrated street food. Mix in glitzy malls and royal palaces and it’s a spicy and delicious mix. 

9 Phuket from £480

If you are seeking that paradise beach with pristine white sands backed by swaying palms and fronted by aquarium-clear waters you’ve just found it. This Thai island offers a rich necklace of beaches and accompanying resorts, plus boat trips out to even more idyllic island oases. Being Thailand, great food is a given.

Idyllic oasis: experience an island boat tour in Phuket

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10 Ho Chi Minh City from £535

This dynamic, rapidly growing city is one of Asia’s most fascinating metropolises. Dodge the ubiquitous bikes and you can delve into museums that explore the country’s rich and turbulent history, drift through ornate temples and explore teeming markets. A moving experience is visiting the nearby Vietnam War-era Cu Chi Tunnels.

And don’t forget, passengers are eligible for a Singapore Stopover Holiday, including a one-night hotel stay, one-way airport transfers and free admission to more than 20 attractions. You can explore it all with a Singapore Stopover Holiday – and it will cost you as little as £1.

*All prices quoted are for return travel for one person up to 30 June 2020. They must be booked by 16 September 2019.

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