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Dallas to Singapore $577 RT Airfares on United Airlines (Travel Sept-Nov; Jan 2020)

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United Airlines and some code-sharing partners via Skyscanner have round trip airfares travelling from Dallas (DFW) to Singapore (SIN) for $577, making 1 stop.

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Departs DFW: Sept 2 thru Nov 20 with very few weekend dates available; Jan 15, 20-22, 27-28
Returns: wide mid-week returns, 7-days minimum stay
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Very long flight, then very hot.

Took a 2 day stopover on our way to Australia. On Singapore Airlines.
Sydney was a 7 hour flight from Singapore. Great view of Ayers Rock.

Delightful country if you can take high heat and humidity. An English speaking country, very clean, very reasonable place to visit. Recommend taking the evening flight and getting there in the morning. Over one bridge is Malaysia. A short boat hop is Indonesia.

Very modern. A lot of underground walkways downtown let you escape the heat. Similar to Dallas underground walkways.
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Went to Singapore in March of this year. Flew out of LA. It's a beautiful city. We stayed at the Marina Bay Sands (pictured in the headline graphic). It was VERY expensive. Around $550 a night for the basic room but the thing that really gets you is the alcohol. We're talking $20 USD for a single beer. And not even a good beer. Eating out is also quite expensive unless you do some research and find the cheaper areas of town.

My suggestion would be to use AirBNB and avoid the major hotels. Buy your drinks at the supermarkets instead of at the hotels to save money.

There isn't enough to do in the city to justify more than a week however its an excellent staging point for traveling to other Southeast Asian countries. We went to Vietnam afterward and it was in stark contrast to the prices we paid in Singapore.

Finally going to LIttle India is a must. It's hot and open air but the food stalls are incredible. Singapore is the only country in the world (as far as I know) to receive Michelin stars for their food stalls. Some of them are just incredible.

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Also you can visit the Marina Bay Sands infinity pool during the day with a visitor pass which I think only costs $20-$30. Its a much better choice then staying at the Sands just for the pool. If you like to have a few cocktails the pool can be VERY expensive.
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Thanks op, repped for taking the time to post. Half the college kids would say Singapore is part of china or they don't know where the heck it is! Thats why you only have 6 up votes lol
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Thanks op, repped for taking the time to post. Half the college kids would say Singapore is part of china or they don't know where the heck it is! Thats why you only have 6 up votes lol
American be like all south east Asian look like are Chinese.
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Just went to Singapore recently and yes it is a very clean city and is beautiful all around with trees everywhere around the city and planted to show off their landscape. I would suggest Hawker Stalls for food as that is cheaper than anything with prices being less than $3US for food and their fruits are incredible. I would def not suggest staying in the hotels as that's where the majority of your money goes. You can totally use Grab which is the Uber for Singapore as it's easy and convenient to get around town. Def not a place to stay more than a week cuz you can do everything in a few days but their airport is #1 in the world so def plan on staying at the airport for a few hours.
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Plan on going, wearing some camouflage, and sneak onto the properties of the filthy wealthy residents. I plan on taking some nice shots of the properties. I will need to hide a memory card from each residence. That way I dont get caught for multiple tresspasses!
Also need a thermal imaging camera, to avoid guards/security, and a way to detect hidden motion detectors.
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