Seekers of authentic local food will love the bustling Maxwell Road Hawker Centre, located in the heart of Chinatown and has over 100 stalls to choose from. Try the traditional congee with pork and century egg from Zhen Zhen Porridge, or the famous Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice. The city's best-known dish is undoubtedly Singapore Chilli Crab, which can be samples at Jumbo Seafood.
If you prefer to dine in a more sleek and sophisticated setting, Singapore has a wealth of options to choose from. Au Jardin is an award-winning French restaurant set in a beautiful 1920s colonial bungalow amid the lush plants of the Botanic Gardens. The legendary Raffles Hotel is the home of the Singapore Sling, where you can sip cocktails at The Long Bar or feast on steak at Raffles Grill. Enjoy a cocktail or meal with a view at KU DÉ TA, one of Singapore's most glamorous hotspots perched atop of the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark.
To fine-tune your palette, consider taking a fascinating culinary tour or a cooking class.
Singapore Airport (SIN)
Flights from Australia to Singapore will disembark at Singapore Changi Airport.
Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) is Singapore's primary airport and the home base for a large number of airlines including Singapore Airlines and Tiger Airways. Spanning across four terminals, Singapore Changi Airport is a major stop over hub for international travel to Asia.
Airport Accommodation: There are a number of hotels located in close proximity to Singapore Changi Airport. Book your Singapore Airport accommodation.
Getting to Singapore
There are many airlines that offer flights to Singapore from Australia. Direct flights from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane take around eight hours. Direct flights from Perth take around five hours and 30 minutes.
Airlines that fly to Singapore
Airlines that offer cheap flights to Singapore from Australia include: