Flights from Dublin to Singapore Changi

Flight information Dublin to Singapore Changi

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Direct airlines


Average flight time, total distance 11219 kilometres

15h 10min

Most popular airline last month

British Airways

Singapore Changi

1 airport

Flights from Dublin to Singapore

This information is correct as of January 2016

Airlines that fly from Dublin to Singapore

Currently British Airways, Etihad and Swiss offer flights from Dublin to Singapore.

Terminal Information – Departing

DublinAirport can be reached from Dublin city centre by car, taxi and public transport. Just 5 miles from the city centre, local buses take just 30 minutes to reach the airport. The 41, 16, 102 and the Airlink 747 all go from the centre of Dublin to the airport also in approximately 30 minutes. Tickets cost from £6* for a single journey. A taxi would take between 25 and 45 minutes and cost from £25*.

Dublin Airport offers plenty in the way of facilities and services. Eating and drinking options for passengers include places in which to grab a meal or snack before flying. There is an Irish pub, fast food and even a seafood bar. As well as this there are a good range of shops including duty free, gift shops, newsagents and places to buy last minute travel essentials. There are cash machines, baby changing facilities, a children’s play area, two on-site hotels, car hire, currency exchange desks, car parking and business and conference facilities.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Singapore Airport is 13 miles away from the centre of Singapore and can be reached easily by car and by public transport. The MRT rail station is located beneath Terminals 2 and 3 and takes about 35 minutes to reach the city centre with one change at Tanah Merah. A single fare costs from S$1.30* to S$2.30* depending where you are going. SBS Transit Bus 36 also runs between the airport and the city centre, taking around 1 hour and costing S$2* for a single ticket. There is a regular coach service from the airport to Johor Bahru which takes 2 hours 15 minutes and costs S$7*. Shuttles, car and taxi hire are also available from the airport.

Inside Singapore Airport there are currency exchange kiosks open 24 hours, banks and cash machines, a selection of eating places including restaurants, cafés, bars, delis, fast-food outlets and snack bars, offering both Western and Asian cuisine. There are also duty-free shops and 24-hour mini-supermarkets in all terminals s well as electronics, books and fashion shops. There are showers, a garden and a swimming pool, car hire, car parking, children’s play area, baby changing and a choice of transit hotels.

Practical Information

You need your passport with you when you’re flying out with the UK. There are printers in the check-in area of DublinAirport, so there is no need to panic if you forget to print your boarding pass. If you have a smartphone you can store your boarding card electronically on your phone. Security can scan the e-barcode so you don’t need to worry about paper at all.

We recommend leaving plenty of time at the airport, so try not to arrive any later than one hour before your flight is due to depart. Queues at security are longer at weekends and during school holidays, so it’s worth giving yourself extra time.

What to expect in Singapore

Uber-hygenic Singapore is both heady Asian culture and mysticism and cutting edge economic powerhouse. Here, beautiful colonial architecture nestles beneath soaring skyscrapers in this almost futuristic metropolis. Thanks to an ethnic diversity that incorporates Chinese, Malays and Indians, Singapore boasts culture and cuisine from them all. Temples and mosques stud the city like ancient jewels in a modern crown while the street food stalls, restaurants, dim sum bars and cafes are a foodie’s delight. Steam rises from pots of unctuous dumplings cooking on the street below, in front of the elegance that is Raffles Hotel; made famous by 007 and his unique Martini cocktail. High end glamour can be seen in the designer boutiques that vie for space among the hawkers bazaars and markets where hunting for bargains is a joy. With a tropical climate, Singapore’s very air feels exotic. April and May are the warmest months while the monsoon season is from November to January. Singapore can be both an expensive destination and a cheap one – depending on where you eat and sleep. There are huge variations in price from hostels and local B&Bs to the high-end colonial-style luxury hotels. A budget breakfast can be found for £2* while dinner for one can be as little as £3* particularly if you eat on the street! A restaurant meal can cost anything from £7-100*! A beer is about £3.50* and a street food dish, £1.50*. Singapore is eight hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time.


*Prices subject to change

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