Private Jet Charter to Singapore

About Singapore

An island country, Singapore is a leading global city in Southeast Asia. It has several well-known aliases, including Red Dot, Garden City and Lion City. Singapore is a relatively young country but it features many languages, cultures and religions. This Southeast Asian country experiences a tropical rainforest climate which has no distinctive seasons. It is a global commerce, transportation and financial hub, often celebrated as one of the best places on Earth to do business. Singapore also has a high standard of living, and is often ranked among the top cities for expats around the world. Notable figures such as Eduardo Saverin and Jackie Chan are citizens of Singapore.

Popular Destinations in Singapore

There is a wide variety of fun and exciting attractions in Singapore which include:

Marina Bay Sands: The resort complex features a luxury mall that houses high-end brands, and has a distinctive canal running through it. Other notable landmarks in this area include the ArtScience Museum and Marina Bay Sands Skypark. The Skypark is situated on top of the hotel, and the observation deck offers panoramic views next to a world-class infinity pool.

Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay: Visitors can catch a bird’s-eye view of the city area from this attraction. The garden captures the true essence of a modern green space and features vibrant plant life. Here, the cluster of iconic and futuristic structures is built to perform environmentally sustainable functions. The world’s tallest indoor waterfall is located at the Cloud Forest Dome here, and offers interesting information on biodiversity.

Chinatown: This is Singapore’s very own old-town Chinese neighborhood, and it offers visitors a glimpse of the past. From the rows of mom-and-pop stores to the vivid red lanterns, visitors will be able to experience the hustle and excitement that go on in this district. Other notable landmarks that can be visited here include the Buddha Tooth Relic temple, Sri Mariamman Hindu temple, and Chinese Heritage Centre.

Singapore Zoo: This is the world’s best rainforest zoo that comes with inviting and clean facilities. The animals here enjoy an abundance of habitat space and lush vegetation. Orangutans are among the main attractions here, and other animals like the white tigers, meerkats, and komodo dragons can be found here too. This destination also houses the Night Safari and River Safari which are equally popular.

Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island: Sentosa Island is Singapore’s most famous beach destination. Visitors can see the Merlion, Underwater World Aquarium, Siloso Beach, and Fort Siloso here. Adventurous activities are available at The Flying Trapeze, and SeaBreeze Water-Sports@Wave House.

Asian Civilizations Museum: Visitors who are fascinated with colonial architecture can consider visiting the museum which was first built in 1865 in a Neo-Classical style. The museum offers in-depth information on how the various Asian cultures shaped Singapore in the 21st Century.

Luxury Lodgings in Singapore

Singapore boasts a wide range of opulent lodging options for travelers to choose from, and they include:

  • Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa
  • Capella Singapore
  • Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
  • Fullerton Bay
  • Goodwood Park Hotel
  • Grand Hyatt Singapore
  • Hard Rock Hotel
  • InterContinental Singapore
  • Mandarin Oriental
  • Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort
  • Pan Pacific Orchard
  • Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard Singapore
  • Pan Pacific Singapore
  • Raffles Hotel Singapore
  • Resorts World Sentosa – Festive Hotel Singapore
  • Shangri-La Hotel Singapore
  • Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort
  • St Regis Singapore
  • Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore
  • The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

Airports In Or Nearby Singapore

Interested in renting a private aircraft to Singapore? Although Singapore has only a few airports that are open for public use, it is still one of the largest transportation hubs in Southeast Asia due to the well-established Changi Airport. Here are the airports you can use for your private air charter:

  • Singapore Changi Airport (SIN): Located less than 11 miles away from Singapore’s downtown area, Changi Airport is government-owned, and is open for both public and military use. It is a major hub for numerous international airlines such as Singapore Airlines. The airport comprises of three passenger terminals, and can serve up to more than 60 million passengers per year. There are three asphalt runways designated in the 02L/20R, 02C/20C and 02R/20L directions respectively.
  • Seletar Airport (XSP): The civilian airport is government-owned and operated by the Changi Airport Group. It is less than 13 miles away from Singapore’s downtown district. The airport has an elevation of 36 feet above mean sea level, and features a single asphalt runway that is designated in the 03/21 direction. Seletar Airport currently operates mainly as a general aviation airport, facilitating chartered flights or training purposes.
  • Paya Lebar Airport (QPG): The airport serves as a military airbase, and sits at an elevation of 65 feet above mean sea level. There is one asphalt runway in the 02/20 direction. It is located in the central eastern part of Singapore.
  • Sembawang Airport (WSAG): The airport is a military airbase owned by Singapore’s Ministry of Defense, and is located in the northern part of Singapore. It has an elevation of 86 feet above mean sea level and two asphalt runways in the 04/22 and 05/23 directions.
  • Dabo Airport (WIDS): Located 136 miles away from Singapore, the airport has an elevation of 95 feet above mean sea level, and features one paved runway in the 14/32 direction.
  • Tengah Airport (TGA): The military airbase located at Tengah has an elevation of 50 feet above mean sea level. It has two asphalt runways (01/19 and 18/36) and one grass runway in the 18R/36L direction.
  • Senai International Airport (JHB): Located less than 30 miles away from Singapore, this Malaysian airport sits at an elevation of 127 feet above mean sea level, and has one asphalt runway in the 16/34 direction.
  • Hang Nadim Airport (BTH): The Malaysian airport is open for public use, and features one asphalt runway in the 04/22 direction. It is located less than 100 miles away from Singapore.

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