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Los Angeles to Singapore Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $512.68
Travel Distance:8,770 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route: Singapore Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Wednesday
Weekly Flights:88
Avg. Flight Duration:17.00 Hours

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Flights from Los Angeles to Singapore

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Airports in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is served by 4 international and 2 domestic airports. These are Los Angeles International Airport, Ontario International Airport, John Wayne Airport, San Bernardino International Airport, Bob Hope Airport, and Long Beach Airport. Los Angeles International Airport is the primary airport serving the city of Los Angeles. Situated in Los Angeles, California, it is the busiest & largest airport in the entire State. The airport provides passenger & cargo services to both domestic and international destinations including Dublin, Moscow, Papeete, Paris, Auckland, Guadalajara, Rome, Tokyo, Hong-Kong, San Francisco, New York, Atlanta, Newark, and more. For hassle free connectivity, various ground transportation services like car rentals, scheduled buses, shared ride vans, taxis, and metro rail are available at all airports of the city.

Explore Singapore

Singapore is a city-state in southeast Asia and one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. Founded as a British trading colony in 1819, it has the world's busiest port and is a remarkable mix of Chinese, Malay and Indian cultures. The same signature of cultural affluence is evident in the city’s eclectic cuisines and it further tops the experience with excellent shopping and nightlife opportunities. Some top attractions here include Gardens by the Bay, Universal Studios Singapore, Singapore Flyer and Singapore Zoo.

Things to do in Singapore

Gardens by the Bay

Spread across 101 hectares, the Gardens by the Bay is a nature park with three waterfront gardens in central Singapore. These gardens dominate the vista along a 1.2 mile long promenade frontage along the Marina Reservoir. This remarkable garden is a full blown effort by the local government to transform Singapore from a ‘Garden City’ to a ‘City in a Garden’ by enhancing greenery and flora in the city.

Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore is a 20 hectares film studio located in Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore. It is home to a total of 24 attractions, out of which 18 are original or specially adapted for the park. The park is segregated into 7 themed zones around a lagoon, each based on a blockbuster movie or a television show. Visitors should visit here for the world's tallest pair of dueling roller coasters (called Battlestar Galactica), a live musical show, its more than over 30 restaurants and 20 unique retail stores.

Singapore Flyer

The Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris wheel in Singapore. Opened in 2008, it was the world's tallest Ferris wheel until it was surpassed by High Roller in Nevada (US) in 2014. During Chinese New Year in 2008, corporate 'inaugural flights' were held from 11 to 13 February and each ticket came at a hefty price of USD 6271.

Best Time to Fly to Singapore

The best time to fly to Singapore is the winter and early spring season that runs from December to March. The city is immersed in a series of celebrations beginning with Christmas and New Year and going on to include the Chinese Lunar New Year (in January or February) and is followed by the famous Hindu festival of Holi in March.