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Tanie loty z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore

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Informacje o lotach Kuala Lumpur – Singapore

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Kiedy loty na trasie Kuala Lumpur (KUL) – Singapur (SIN) są najtańsze?

    Linie lotnicze ustalają ceny lotów na trasie Kuala Lumpur – Singapur w zależności od daty i godziny rezerwacji. Nasza analiza danych od wszystkich przewoźników wskazuje, że najtańsze loty na Trip.com są dostępne we wtorki, środy i soboty.
  • Ile kosztują loty na trasie Kuala Lumpur (KUL) – Singapur (SIN)?

    Według danych Trip.com najniższa cena wynosi około 6 391 zł.
  • Jak długo trwa lot na trasie Kuala Lumpur (KUL) – Singapur (SIN)?

    Lot na trasie Kuala Lumpur (KUL) - Singapur (SIN) trwa zazwyczaj 1 godzina 9 minuta.
  • Jakie zasady dla podróżnych wprowadzono w mieście Singapur w związku z pandemią COVID-19?

    Ograniczenia w podróżowania, grafiki lotów oraz odwołania są często aktualizowane i zmieniane. Jeśli planujesz podróż dla miasta Singapur, uzyskaj najświeższe informacje u przewoźnika, u którego chcesz kupić bilety. Więcej informacji znajdziesz także w artykule COVID-19: Ograniczenia w podróżowaniu według krajów/regionów .
  • Którzy przewoźnicy oferują bezpłatną zmianę daty lotu do tego miasta w trakcie pandemii COVID-19?

    Żaden z przewoźników oferujących loty do tego miasta nie świadczy tej usługi. Informacja ta ma charakter poglądowy – zalecamy potwierdzenie jej u przewoźnika przed zarezerwowaniem biletów.

Rozkład lotów z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore

Informacje o locie
Odlot
Przylot
TrasaTygodniowy rozkład lotów
AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

06:05

KUL

07:15

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore-----F-Szukaj
Malaysia Airlines

06:50

SZB

08:10

XSP

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore--TWT--Szukaj
AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

07:30

KUL

08:40

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore-----F-Szukaj
Singapore Airlines

07:35

KUL

08:35

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do SingaporeS------Szukaj
Malaysia Airlines

07:50

KUL

09:05

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore------SSzukaj
Malindo Air

08:15

KUL

09:15

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore-M-----Szukaj
AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

08:25

KUL

09:35

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore-----F-Szukaj
Jetstar Asia

08:50

KUL

10:00

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do SingaporeS--W-F-Szukaj
Singapore Airlines

08:55

KUL

09:55

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do SingaporeS------Szukaj
Malaysia Airlines

09:10

KUL

10:20

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore-----F-Szukaj
Scoot

09:20

KUL

10:35

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore-----F-Szukaj
AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

09:55

KUL

11:10

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore-----F-Szukaj
Malaysia Airlines

10:10

KUL

11:25

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do SingaporeSM-----Szukaj
Singapore Airlines

10:15

KUL

11:25

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do SingaporeSM--T--Szukaj
Malindo Air

10:25

KUL

11:30

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore-M-----Szukaj
Singapore Airlines

11:05

KUL

12:15

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore--T-TFSSzukaj
Silkair

11:10

KUL

12:10

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore--T-TFSSzukaj
Jetstar Asia

11:20

KUL

12:30

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore--T---SSzukaj
Scoot

11:35

KUL

12:50

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore-----F-Szukaj
Malaysia Airlines

11:45

KUL

12:55

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do SingaporeS--W--SSzukaj
Singapore Airlines

12:00

KUL

13:05

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do SingaporeS------Szukaj
AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

12:30

KUL

13:40

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore-----F-Szukaj
Malaysia Airlines

13:25

KUL

14:45

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore---W---Szukaj
Malaysia Airlines

14:20

KUL

15:30

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore-MT----Szukaj
AirAsia Berhad (Malaysia)

14:25

KUL

15:40

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore-----F-Szukaj
Singapore Airlines

14:30

KUL

15:30

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore------SSzukaj
Jetstar Asia

14:40

KUL

15:45

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore-----F-Szukaj
Malaysia Airlines

14:45

SZB

16:05

XSP

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore--TWTFSSzukaj
Firefly

14:55

SZB

16:20

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do SingaporeSMTWTFSSzukaj
Malindo Air

15:05

KUL

16:10

SIN

z Kuala Lumpur do Singapore------SSzukaj
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Flight Information from Kuala Lumpur (KL) to Singapore

Singapore, officially known as the Republic of Singapore, is a city-state island located on the southern side of Peninsular Malaysia. Home to more than 5.8 million residents, Singapore is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Asia Pacific. Famed for its modern buildings, polished roads, vibrant nightlife, and super-connected public transport; Singapore has all the modern amenities to attract visitors from all over the world.

Documents Required For Entry

Before you visit Singapore, make sure you have a passport that is valid for at least six months beyond the date of your intended stay. Also, just like many countries, you need to check if you require an entry visa to enter Singapore. You can do so via the official website of Singapore’s Immigration & Checkpoints Authority.

Prior to entering Singapore, all foreign visitors are required to submit the electronic version of the paper disembarkation/embarkation (DE) card (or commonly known as the white card) as the paper version of the DE card was discontinued on 27th March 2020. This electronic version is known as the SG Arrival Card.

If required, you may also need to provide a SafeTravel Pass under the Green/Fast lane arrangements, Air Travel Pass, approval letter of entry or a Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate (if applicable).

Distance & Flight Duration

The fastest way for you to reach Singapore from Kuala Lumpur is by flight. According to Google, the distance between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore is about 350.1 km. The flight duration from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore is approximately 1 hour and 5 minutes.

Airlines & Airports

There are many airlines servicing flights from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore. You can easily book direct non-stop flights from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore via Silkair, AirAsia, Malaysia Airlines, Jetstar, Scoot, Firefly or Malindo Airways.

Depending on which airline you choose, your flight from Kuala Lumpur can depart either from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2) or Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (Subang Airport). Either way, your flight will arrive at Singapore Changi Airport, the country’s main international airport, commonly known as Changi Airport.

Earliest & Latest Flight Time

The earliest flight you can get to Singapore from Kuala Lumpur is at 09:05, operated by Jetstar. It departs from klia2 and arrives at Changi Airport approximately at 10:10.

The latest flight you can get to Singapore from Kuala Lumpur is at 21:35, operated by Jetstar. It departs from klia2 and arrives at Changi Airport approximately at 22:40.

Airfares & Flight Tickets

The cost of a one-way Economy flight ticket from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore can be as low as RM99 or as high as RM914, depending on the airline, current sales and season. Flight tickets tend to be higher during public holidays and festive seasons.

For example, prices are generally high during Chinese New Year in January/February, March school holiday period, mid-year school holidays, Hari Raya Aidilfitri period, year-end school holidays and Christmas/New Year period.

Transportation from Singapore Changi Airport

Singapore is known to have one of the best public transport systems in the world. The airport is located approximately 24 km from the city centre and you can easily reach Singapore’s city centre in various ways:

1. Public Bus Services

Taking a public bus from the airport is one option to get to the city centre. If you are at Terminal 1, 2 or 3, the bus stops are located at the basement bus bays. You can board buses 24, 27, 34, 36, 53, 110 and 858 from there. If you are at Terminal 4, you can take buses 24, 34, 36 and 110 at the bus stop next to Car Park 4B or buses 27, 53 and 858 at the bus stop near the SATS Inflight Catering Centre 1.

The bus fares depend on your destination. You need to have some small change with you to prepare the exact fare for your trip as no change will be given.

2. Train

Unlike many countries, Singapore’s convenient MRT system takes you directly from the airport to the city centre, without having to pay a premium for a dedicated airport transfer train. The train ride is around 30 minutes and it will costs you around US$1.47 (S$2) for a single ride ticket or slightly less if you purchase the train card (an EZ-Link card).

You can board the train from Changi Airport MRT Station to Tanah Merah MRT Station, then transfer to the East West Line towards Tuas Link MRT Station. Alternatively, you can take the train from Changi Airport MRT Station to Expo MRT Station, then transfer to the Downtown Line towards Bukit Panjang MRT Station.

3. Taxi / E-hailing Services

The taxi services in Singapore are very reliable and highly regulated. You do not have to haggle for your taxi fare as all fares are metered accordingly. Taxis are available for hire at the designated taxi stands in the arrival areas of the airport terminals – you can just look for the sign/queue that says “Taxi”. A ride to the city takes about 30 minutes and costs between S$20 and S$40. Do note that there is an additional Airport Surcharge for all trips originating from Changi Airport.

Alternatively, you can also download e-hailing apps such as Grab Singapore or Gojek. Usually, the fares on these e-hailing services would be slightly cheaper than taking a regular taxi.

4. Rent a Car

If you would like to drive a car throughout your trip, consider renting a car directly from Trip.com’s Car Rental Service page. You can pick up your vehicle directly at Changi Airport.

5. Airport Transfer

To save time and enjoy a peace of mind during your trip, you can also consider booking an airport transfer directly from Trip.com’s Airport Transfers page.

Best Time to Travel to Singapore

Singapore is located 1 degree north of the equator, therefore it enjoys a tropical climate with occasional rainy days all year round. If you love sunny days, you can visit Singapore between February to April as these months are known to have the least rainfall.

In addition, tourists who visit Singapore from November to January can enjoy the festive atmosphere as the city-state island prepares to celebrate Deepavali, Christmas, New Year and Chinese New Year in these months. You will experience roads, shops and shopping malls beautifully decorated along with festive performances and pop-up stalls offering special promotions and discounts.

Singapore also has an annual shopping event known as the Great Singapore Sale (GSS), organised by the Singapore Retailers Association and co-organised by stores and major shopping malls in the city-state island. The annual event, usually held between June and August, allows shoppers to experience discounts and promotions from many retailers, both online and offline.

Recommended Sightseeing Spots at Singapore

1. Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Singapore. The entire architecture of this nature park with giant metal-looking “trees” is something quite unlike anything you can ever see elsewhere. Its two main conservatories, the Cloud Forest and the Flower Dome, are the stars of this attraction. You will find the second largest indoor waterfall in the world in the Cloud Forest (the largest indoor waterfall in the world can be found in Singapore’s Changi Airport).

Gardens by the Bay showcases the plant kingdom in a whole new way, ranging from some of the world’s rarest and most unusual flowers to plant species in cool, temperate climates, tropical forests and habitats. Entry to the garden and the Supertree Grove light show is free but admission fees will apply for the Cloud Forest and the Flower Dome. For foreigners, tickets are priced at S$28 for an adult and S$15 for a child.

2. Singapore Zoo

Known as one of the best rainforest zoos, the Singapore Zoo is a must-visit for animal lovers, or if you are travelling with children. The best part about this zoo is that the animals are not kept in cages but housed in large enclosures, giving them more space to move around. Some of the harmless animals are even kept entirely out of enclosures! Instead of artificial planks and ropes, monkeys, birds and other animals have real tall rainforest trees and vines to live in, just like how they would in the wild. For foreigners, tickets are priced at S$39 for an adult and S$26 for a child. If you buy your tickets online via its official website, you can even enjoy discounts of up to 10%.

3. Singapore Flyer

One of the most iconic attractions in Singapore is the Singapore Flyer. If you love scenic shots and cityscape, you will definitely enjoy this observation wheel. From here, you can see a 360° view of popular landmarks such as the Marina Bay, Singapore River, Raffles Place, Merlion Park, Empress Place and the Padang. If you prefer glittering night views, make sure you hop on the flyer before 22:00 (the last admission is at 21:30). For foreigners, tickets are priced at S$33 for an adult and S$21 for a child.

4. Merlion Park

A visit to Singapore is not complete without a photo of you and the Merlion. This half-fish, half-lion statue is the famous mythical symbol of Singapore and is a must-see attraction. The Merlion’s body represents Singapore’s humble beginnings as a fishing village whereas its head symbolises the country’s original name, Singapura (which means “Lion City” in Malay). Interestingly, there is also a smaller Merlion statue in the park, known as the “Merlion Cub”. The park is free to visit and is located in front of The Fullerton Hotel, overlooking Marina Bay.

Basic Information on Singapore

1. Getting Around

The best (and cheapest) way for you to get around Singapore is to utilise its well-connected public transport system. You can either take the MRT/LRT rail network, taxis or public buses. You can also download e-hailing apps such as Grab Singapore or Gojek and travel worry-free within the city. Alternatively, you can also rent a car. However, always ensure that you have the proper driving licence requirements and documentation before you rent any vehicle.

2. Language

English-speaking tourists will face no language barriers in this country as Singaporeans are generally fluent in English and even Mandarin. Some residents can also speak in Malay and Tamil. Sometimes, you may also pick up Singlish when speaking to the locals. Singlish is a hybrid language developed from interactions and mixtures between different ethnic groups such in the city-state island, thus widely spoken amongst residents in casual settings.

3. Religion

Although Malays are recognised as the indigenous community, more than 75% of the population in Singapore are ethnic Chinese. The rest of the population are ethnic Indians and Eurasians. As a multiracial country, you need to be respectful and avoid talking about racial issues that may offend others. Foreigners do not have to dress in traditional clothing. However, when visiting religious places such as mosques and temples, it is highly recommended to dress modestly. Removing your shoes is also required before entering these holy places.

4. Tipping

Tipping is not mandatory as service charges are usually included in the bills. Generally, the service charge rate is around 10%. However, although tipping is not expected, any extra tipping from foreigners to the services provided by the locals will often be greatly appreciated.

5. Safety

Singapore is a proud nation when it comes to safety and cleanliness. It has one of the lowest crime rates in Asia as law enforcement is very strict in the city-state island. Nevertheless, it is advisable to avoid unnecessary exposure of valuable and expensive items in crowded areas. Like any other tourist spots, petty crimes, such as pick pocketing or bag snatching may still happen therefore always exercise caution on your valuables.

6. Smoking

At the time of writing, Singapore’s legal age limit for smoking is 20 years old. Starting 1st January 2021, the minimum legal age will be raised to 21 years old. This means that those under the minimum legal age are not allowed to buy, use, possess, sell or supply tobacco products. Smoking is generally not allowed in public transportation, eateries, government buildings, airports, entertainment centres, theatres, elevators and other public spaces. Any violation in this act can be treated as a punishable offence with a fine or jail. If you need to smoke, look for designated areas for smoking in these places.

7. Drinking Water

According to Singapore’s National Water Agency, Singapore’s tap water is well within the drinking water quality guidelines of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and is suitable for drinking without any further filtration, treatment or use of point-of-use water treatment/filtration devices such as water filters and purifiers.

8. Chewing Gum

Chewing gum is strictly no-no in Singapore. You will not be able to buy them in Singapore as well since chewing gum sales ban has been in place since 1992. While other countries may think this ban is trivial, the law came after many maintenance problems in high-rise public-housing apartments caused by chewing gums; with vandals disposing of chewed gums in mailboxes, inside keyholes, on lift buttons and in public transportations (under the seats of public buses and even on train door sensors causing costly disruption to train services).

9. Don’t Litter or Jaywalk

Singapore is one of the cleanest countries in the world. Littering is taken seriously in Singapore and first-time offenders who discard even minor litter such as cigarette butts, sweet wrappers or parking coupon receipts will be fined S$300. Shooting rubber bands is also an act counted as littering! Jaywalking is also a crime and you can be fined S$50 on the spot – so as much as you just want to dash across the street, don’t risk it and use those dedicated pedestrian crossings!

10. Queue Up!

Yes, you read that right. Singaporeans are naturally law-abiding and you will see a queue almost everywhere you go; from waiting to board the train, ordering food at the counter to using the public toilets or even trying on clothes at the changing rooms (you can get queue numbers for this!). During peak hours, you will also see people queuing up to ride the escalators at train stations (note that the correct side to stand is on the left side of the escalator and walking up the steps is on the right side).

*Disclaimer: Note that the information above is for reference only and may be subject to changes. We hold no responsibility in any inaccurate information stated above. We strongly advise that all travellers going into Singapore to check the latest entry requirements/visas from Singapore’s Immigration & Checkpoints Authority and the latest flight details from the relevant airlines.

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