Ahmadabad is one of most historically relevant cities in India. This ancient city, the capital of Gujarat, is considered one of the most important cultural hubs within the Indian sub-continent. Fly from Singapore to Ahmadabad on-board one of the numerous flights on offer.
How do I get to Singapore’s airport?
Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) has good connectivity to the city through various modes of transportation like the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) trains, taxis and buses. The travel time by road to the airport from the centre of the city is usually 30 minutes. The MRT ride can take up around 40 minutes.
Which airport will I arrive at in Ahmadabad?
Ahmadabad has one main airport – Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (AMD). Singapore Ahmadabad flights usually arrive at this airport at one of two main passenger terminals that house both domestic and international airlines.
What flights operate between Singapore and Ahmadabad?
Direct flights to Ahmadabad. Connecting flights are offered by GoAir and Air Asia. Cheap flights from Singapore usually have multiple stops and may require prolonged layovers. Some of the cheapest flights on this route are offered by Jet Airways and AirAsia.
How long is the flight?
The shortest flights between Changi Airport and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport usually take 6 hours. Connecting flights can take longer depending on flight route and layover duration.
Which is the best area to stay in?
One of the most popular places in the city to stay is on Ashram Road.
Other popular areas in the city include SG Road and MG Road. You can also find good accommodation to suit your budget near Ellis Bridge on the banks of the Sabarmati River.
Where can I shop and eat in Ahmadabad?
One of the most traditional parts of India that still exists from its mercantile days is very visible in the city of Ahmadabad – the bazaar. These bazaars, or street markets, offer travellers everything from artefacts to incense sticks to shoes on a budget.
A must try during a visit to Ahmadabad is traditional Gujarati dishes like dhokla and khakra. To try a little of everything that Gujarat cuisine has to offer, try a Gujarati thali.
What places should I visit in Ahmadabad?
Ahmadabad’s most popular destination is the Sabarmati Ashram, also known as the Gandhi Ashram. This ashram rests on the banks of the river Sabarmati and has Mahatma Gandhi’s artefacts and living quarters on display.
Other prominent sites in the city include the Sidi Saiyyed Mosque, Kankaria Lake and the famous mosque and tomb, Sarkhej Roza.
Did you know? Ahmadabad’s famous Calico Museum of Textiles was once the mansion of a famous merchant once upon a time.
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