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London Singapore from £331

There are various airlines operating a direct flight from London to Singapore: British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and Singapore Airlines. The direct flight takes about 13 hours to reach the final destination. Airlines offering an alternative cheap flight with a stopover include Malaysia Airlines (Kuala Lumpur), Swiss (Zurich), China Southern (Guangzhou) and Finnair (Helsinki). The option of a stopover flight takes between 15 and 21 hours.Flights depart from London's airports Heathrow and City, and land at Changi Airport, often voted "the best airport in the world".London airport terminals have excellent connections to the city centre, such as buses and taxis. In addition to these, Heathrow is also served by trains and the Underground. London City Airport, on the other hand, has a stop on the Docklands Light Railway. In Singapore, getting into the city from Changi is simple, as you can choose between a taxi, a bus and the subway.

Best Prices for a Flight ticket London - Singapore: Selection by airline companies

  • KLM

    London Singapore

    Tue 01 Nov - Thu 10 Nov

  • Swiss

    London Singapore

    Mon 16 Jan - Wed 01 Feb

  • Gulf Air

    London Singapore

    Tue 06 Sep - Fri 16 Sep

  • Lufthansa

    London Singapore

    Wed 05 Apr - Thu 11 May

  • Finnair

    London Singapore

    Mon 12 Sep - Wed 02 Nov

  • Singapore Airlines

    London Singapore

    Wed 22 Feb - Tue 28 Feb

  • Turkish Airlines

    London Singapore

    Mon 04 Jul - Sat 01 Oct

  • Air France

    London Singapore

    Tue 14 Jun - Thu 01 Dec

  • Etihad Airways

    London Singapore

    Sun 29 May - Thu 19 Jan

  • British Airways

    London Singapore

    Wed 26 Oct - Wed 03 May

  • Qantas

    London Singapore

    Thu 23 Jun - Tue 26 Jul

Looking for a cheap London - Singapore flight?

  • KLM

    London Singapore

    Tue 01 Nov - Thu 10 Nov

  • KLM

    London Singapore

    Tue 29 Nov - Thu 02 Feb

  • Air France

    London Singapore

    Fri 11 Nov - Tue 31 Jan

  • Air France

    London Singapore

    Thu 10 Nov - Thu 22 Dec

  • KLM

    London Singapore

    Mon 31 Oct - Sun 13 Nov

  • Wizz Air

    London Singapore

    Thu 06 Oct - Thu 20 Oct

  • Swiss

    London Singapore

    Mon 27 Mar - Wed 05 Apr

  • Swiss

    London Singapore

    Mon 16 Jan - Wed 01 Feb

  • Swiss

    London Singapore

    Mon 30 Jan - Wed 08 Mar

  • Swiss

    London Singapore

    Wed 15 Feb - Wed 08 Mar

  • Swiss

    London Singapore

    Wed 01 Mar - Wed 15 Mar

  • Swiss

    London Singapore

    Mon 09 Jan - Wed 25 Jan

  • Swiss

    London Singapore

    Wed 08 Feb - Wed 22 Feb

  • Swiss

    London Singapore

    Thu 01 Dec - Wed 14 Dec

  • Swiss

    London Singapore

    Mon 31 Oct - Wed 14 Dec

  • Lufthansa

    London Singapore

    Mon 06 Jun - Wed 19 Oct

  • Swiss

    London Singapore

    Wed 25 Jan - Wed 19 Apr

  • Lufthansa

    London Singapore

    Tue 07 Jun - Mon 28 Nov

  • Swiss

    London Singapore

    Thu 01 Dec - Sun 05 Feb

  • Air France

    London Singapore

    Tue 07 Jun - Tue 28 Jun

  • Gulf Air

    London Singapore

    Tue 06 Sep - Fri 16 Sep

  • Gulf Air

    London Singapore

    Thu 22 Sep - Fri 07 Oct

  • Gulf Air

    London Singapore

    Thu 29 Sep - Fri 02 Dec

  • Swiss

    London Singapore

    Mon 03 Apr - Mon 17 Apr

  • Gulf Air

    London Singapore

    Thu 18 Aug - Fri 23 Sep

  • Swiss

    London Singapore

    Wed 08 Feb - Thu 06 Apr

  • Swiss

    London Singapore

    Mon 31 Oct - Wed 01 Feb

  • Gulf Air

    London Singapore

    Thu 18 Aug - Fri 25 Nov

  • Lufthansa

    London Singapore

    Wed 05 Apr - Thu 11 May

  • Lufthansa

    London Singapore

    Mon 01 May - Thu 18 May

Cheap London - Singapore Flights

To travel between London and Singapore at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Singapore flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Singapore flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Singapore 1 International city

Singapore is a trading city, and prides itself in being an extremely multicultural environment. Chinatown, Little India and Kampong Glam (the Arab area) are symbols of its international spirit. The city also presents a mix of many religions (Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, etc.) and languages, such as Chinese, English and Malay.

2 Holiday celebrations

Due to its multinational population, many holidays and festivals are celebrated every year in the city. Events such as Chinese New Year, the Dragon Boat Festival, Diwali, Christmas and New Year spark celebrations throughout the city.

3 Culture and entertainment

The city is gradually becoming a cultural and entertainment centre on the Pacific. It houses many art galleries, the impressive Marina Bay Sands (a casino resort with a swimming pool hanging above its 55 floors) and is home to a F1 Grand Prix, held at the Marina Bay Street Circuit every year since 2008.

4 The local cuisine

The cultural mix of the city is best understood by seeing the great variety of cuisine and flavours in the city. Chinese, Indian and Malay cuisines are the most prominent, but cross-cultural cuisine fusions are not to be missed.

5 Shopping

Orchard Road is the city's main shopping area, with a huge number of different shops and retail establishments. This area is particularly impressive when the Christmas lights are set up before the holiday season.

Required travel documents for Singapore

For your travel, you should bear in mind information such as visa requirements and the differences in time zone between countries. In fact, Singapore is 8 hours ahead of London, so beware of a jetlag during the first few days in the city. With regards to visa requirements, British citizens don't need a visa if they are visiting the city for less than 30 days, so a valid passport (possibly biometric) will suffice to pass the border controls.
Singapore is a city-state located in Southeast Asia, off the tip of the Malay Peninsula. Founded as a British colony in 1819 and became independent in 1965. It is now one of the economic powerhouses of the world, a densely-populated metropolis with many skyscrapers making up its breathtaking skyline, divided in many districts.