Singapore, Asia's little Switzerland

Located in southeast Asia, Singapore has the particularity of being both a city and a state. The territory of Singapore extends for nearly 650 km2 and is composed of 64 islands, including Pulau Ujong, the largest (about 585 km2). The republic has a population of more than 5 million inhabitants, a large majority of which is Chinese (+ de 75%).
After having obtained independence in 1965, Singapore was able to develop despite its many weaknesses (unemployment, housing, water supply, etc.) to the point of becoming one of the countries with the highest standard of living. Due to its strategic geographical location, Singapore has become a true business and financial hub between the Pacific area and Europe. Cosmopolitan, Singapore is a territory composed of different communities (Chinese, Malaysian, Indian) that live together while maintaining their own traditions. There are 4 official languages: English, Mandarin Chinese, Malay and Tamil.
During a stay in Singapore, you can go shopping in the luxurious stores located in Orchard Road or visit one of the floral and animal parks located on the island. Walk among the skyscrapers and colonial style buildings. Would you like to enjoy one of the beaches? Head for Sentosa Island or, of course, the beach at Pulau Ubin. You will find many Asian cuisine restaurants (Malaysian, Indonesian, Thai, etc) but also western cuisine (Italian, etc). You will have the occasion to taste local specialities: chicken rice, fish and curry, etc.
All year long, Singapore has a hot and humid climate. Note that showers are most frequent between November and January. We recommend asking for information from the official tourism office about organizing your trip to Singapore.

Your flight to Singapore with Air France

Do you plan to visit Singapore during your next trip? Choose a reservation for a flight to Singapore with Air France and you will enjoy all of the services offered by a quality airline company.
Depending on the season, Air France offers several weekly direct flights from Paris to Singapore. Your flight from Dublin may connect in Amsterdam or Paris for one of the several daily flights. The total travel time takes between 16 and 24 hours, depending on the connecting flight. Note that when you reserve plane tickets from Dublin to Singapore on you won't pay ticketing fees. You also have the possibility of consulting your reservation and, depending on your ticket category, modifying your reservation free of charge.
We have pillows and blankets available for all of our passengers to ensure maximum comfort on board. If you can't sleep during the flight, you may watch one of the many movies in our selection or listen to music.
When you arrive at Singapore airport (SIN), you may take a taxi, train, bus etc to reach your accommodation.
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