Book cheap business class flights to Singapore with Fly World Class for unsurpassed luxury. Singapore is a land of immaculate streets, beautiful parks, gleaming skyscrapers, 63 islands, and an unmistakable fusion of cuisine and cultures. The four official languages of Singapore are Mandarin, Malay, English, and Tamil; and the national language is Malay. Although there is a marked cosmopolitan flair to the island nation, there are many places which provide stark contrast to modern culture and towering skyscrapers. At Pulau Ubin, Granite Island, the National Parks department offers a getaway that captivates the simplicity of fishing and farming life that is a living testament to 1960s Singapore. Many who travel to Singapore visit Empress Place Building, built in Neo-Classical style in 1865 and named for Queen Victoria. The Asian Civilisations Museum is one of the many cultural attractions, and it is housed at the Empress Place Building. The museum explores the many cultures of Asia that have contributed to the Singapore of today. Fort Canning Park and Raffles Hotel are more beautiful examples of colonial architecture.
World travelers who visit Singapore and arrive via Changi International Airport (SIN) include a visit to Siloso Beach on their itineraries. Siloso Beach on Sentosa Island is an ideal place and one of the few in the nation, for enjoying a sunny, sandy beach complete with volleyball courts and activities such as skim-boarding and kayaking. A popular activity is swimming with dolphins at an Underwater World aquarium. There is a famous statue with the body of a fish and the head of a lion, called the Merlion, that provides one of many terrific photo opportunities. Visitors can ride an escalator to the top of the statue, which provides an excellent panoramic view of the beach. The only preserved fort in Singapore is Fort Siloso.
The remarkable Changi Chapel and Museum is a top destination of countless visitors who travel first class to Singapore. The museum shares the unfortunate tale of how Singapore did not escape the horrors of World War II. More than 50,000 soldiers and civilians were imprisoned at Changi Prison, and many of their drawings, photographs, personal effects, and letters help tell the story.
After arriving to Singapore, countless visitors enjoy the diversity to be found in the neighborhoods. The Arab Quarter, also known as Little India and Arab Street, is an Indian community that is very much a part of Singapore’s rich history. Places to visit are the 1825 Sultan Mosque and the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple.
Book first class flights to Singapore with our travel experts at Fly World Class to be seated in comfort and luxury en route to the beautiful island nation. Whether arriving at Singapore Changi International Airport (SIN) or any other airfield in the vicinity, you can count on arriving well-rested and ready to explore.