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Airlines adjust prices for plane tickets based on the day and time that you book your flight. After analyzing data from all airlines, we have discovered that the best days to book flights from Singapore to Beijing are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
There are 35 direct flights from Singapore to Beijing.
Singapore Airlines provides 60.000004 of the non-stop flights between Singapore and Beijing.
|Airlines flying this route:||Virgin Australia Air China Singapore Airlines Ethiopian Airlines|
|Airports in Singapore:||Changi Airport Singapore Seletar Apt|
|Airports in Beijing:||Capital International Airport Nanyuan Airport Daxing Airport|
|Average duration of direct flights:||6h9m|
Beijing is among the world's most important capital cities. Formerly Peking, Beijing is situated in northern China and is surrounded by mountains on three sides. Adorned with sublime natural beauty, Beijing is a prominent cultural, educational and political centre. The fusion of electrifying urban sights and cultural heritage draws travellers from all over the world.
Air China and Singapore Airlines tend to have many direct flights to Beijing. China Eastern and Xiamen Air operate cheap flights from Singapore. Other airlines like Air Asia, Malindo Air, China Southern, VietJet Air and Scoot may help you find affordable deals to fly from Singapore to Beijing.
The duration of direct Singapore to Beijing flights is only about 6 hours. Other connecting flights may take anywhere between 8-10 hours or even more, depending on the number of stops.
Flights from Singapore to Beijing will land at the Beijing Capital International Airport(PEK). The airport is located about 32 km from the city centre.
While the official language is Mandarin, people in Beijing speak the Beijing dialect. You may find it difficult to communicate with the locals as a majority of the population may not speak English.
Wangfujing and Qianmen are known to have many choices for accommodation and are very close to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City, which are the tourist hotspots of Beijing. The very-modern Sanlitun is seemingly a traveller-favourite. While it may be a tad expensive, it is still the best place to stay in the city. Pick one of the traditional accommodations of Yonghegong for a taste of the local life. Xidan and Nanluoguxiang are also convenient and said to offer many options for luxury as well as budget accommodations.
Nanluoguxiang has many shops and sports the most stylish bars and restaurants. The Panjiayuan Antique Market opens approx. 3000 stalls on weekends only, displaying an array of fascinating souvenirs and antiques. Other places include Xizhimen in Xicheng District and Hongqiao Market. Wangfujing and The Malls at Oriental Plaza are thronged by shopaholics and shouldn't be missed.
If you want to sample street food, head to Guijie Street in Dongzhimen. The market stretches over a kilometer and serves a variety of cuisines. Sanlitun has the best restaurants in the city. Wangfujing Street is known for its Chinese street food and Wudaokou for its cafes and clubs.
Buses and subways are the cheapest means of transport in Beijing. The Beijing underground is well-connected to all parts of the city and is most practical for tourists as there are signs in English and the trains are clean and comfortable. While buses tend to get very crowded, taxis are also convenient to navigate through the city.
Tiananmen Square is located at the heart of the city in Dongcheng District and is the largest public square in the world. Prominent buildings like the Qianmen Gate, Museum of Chinese History, Great Hall of the People and Museum of Chinese Revolution circle the square. The serene and stunning Forbidden City is also in the vicinity. Visit Qianmen, the Drum and Bell Towers and the Ming Dynasty City Wall Site Park for a whiff of Beijing's historical past.
Did you know? Beijing boasts of having seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, namely, the Ming Tombs, Great Wall of China, the Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven, the Grand Canal, the Summer Palace and the Peking Man Site.
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There is usually no major price difference between buying a roundtrip flight versus a one-way flight. Increased flexibility is the main benefit when it comes to buying a one-way flight from Singapore to Beijing. However, booking a roundtrip flight is a simpler process. You can compare roundtrip and one-way flights by using our flight comparison tool.
The average price for connecting flights from Singapore to Beijing is SGD 264.37.The average price for nonstop flights from Singapore to Beijing is SGD 419.39.
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