Flights And Sights
Flying To Singapore With American Airlines
Find flights to Singapore with American Airlines and discover this captivating destination. No matter where your interests lie, you certainly won't lack for things to do in Singapore, from reveling in a rainforest to soaking up history to exploring a vibrant nightlife. Combining ancient culture with bustling modernity gives everything in Singapore a fascinating edge.
Things to Do in Singapore
One of the most relaxing activities in Singapore is discovering its rich wildlife, wetlands and rainforests. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is home to Singapore's highest peak as well as more than 500 species of animals and over 840 flowering plants. As Singapore's oldest rainforest, it was one of the earliest areas to be protected, and therefore it has been left largely pristine. Admission is free and it's open daily from 6 a.m. until 7 p.m. At the Singapore Zoo, you'll find the world's largest butterfly dome in addition to more than 3,000 animals in their natural habitats, including Asian elephants. You'll even discover orangutans in the world's first free-ranging habitat. Another world's first for the zoo is its wildlife night park, featuring more than 1,000 nocturnal animals. The Singapore Zoo Night Safari Tour is a fun way to see them all, led by an expert local guide.
Another of our favorite things to do in Singapore is to spend a day soaking in the magnificent collections in the city's museums and galleries. The Singapore Art Museum has one of the world's largest collections of modern works by artists from Southeast Asia, while the Arts House is Singapore's oldest surviving government building, updated to feature a different form of the arts in each space, including performing arts.
You'll also gain a sense of Singapore's history through visiting its many heritage centers, another one of our top activities in Singapore. There is both the Chinatown Heritage Center and the Chinese Heritage Center, which highlight Singapore's Chinese influence. Then there is the Eurasian Heritage Center and the Malay Heritage Center, which is housed in the former royal seat of Malay sultans.
Try to save some energy for after the sun goes down so you can experience the city's active nightlife. From wine bars and a wide variety of restaurants to live performances all over Singapore, you'll be able to find something that's exactly to your taste. The local music scene is especially thriving, so you'll be able to hear truly talented performers. Hands down, this is one of the most memorable things to do in Singapore.
If that all sounds enticing, let American Airlines help you fly to Singapore so you can experience it all for yourself. Search flights and book your trip today.