Cheap Flights from Singapore to Dublin

Singapore to Dublin Flight Information

Below are some common questions asked about this flight route:

When can I book the cheapest flight from Singapore to Dublin?

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 Dublin are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.

What is the most popular airline for non-stop flights from Singapore to Dublin?

provides of the non-stop flights between Singapore and Dublin.

How many airports are there in Dublin?

There are 1 airports in Dublin - Dublin Airport.

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Singapore to Dublin Airport (DUB) Flight Schedule

13 Sep, 23:25 - 20 Sep, 18:05
AY | Finnair
17h 5m
2 stop
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3 Aug, 23:25 - 10 Aug, 10:55
TK | Turkish Airlines
17h 35m
2 stop
Round-trip from
10 Sep, 00:40 - 17 Sep, 14:05
KL | Klm Royal Dutch Airlines
16h 45m
2 stop
Round-trip from
21 Sep, 20:00 - 28 Sep, 09:35
EY | Etihad Airways
19h 0m
2 stop
Round-trip from
3 Aug, 02:15 - 10 Aug, 15:00
QR | Qatar Airways
18h 20m
2 stop
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Prices shown are for 1 adult ticket including taxes & fees.(As ticket fares can change frequently, these advertised prices are for reference only. The actual prices will be shown at time of booking.)

Flights from Singapore to Dublin

Situated at the mouth of River Liffey, Dublin is the capital and the largest city in Ireland. The city known for its quirkiness has the warmth that springs from the friendly people there. Writers and intellectuals have been drawn to this city for many centuries. It is a place where the craic is the essence. Craic is the wit, humour and quick repartees which people of Dublin possess in abundance and the same rubs off on people who visit this place.

It’s a fascinating history, and vibrant culture has attracted tourists always. The city has an energetic vibe, and its open economy has made many top-notch companies base their headquarters here. 

The best part about the city is that apart from so many attractions and historical places to visit it is just sitting in its pub and enjoying the jokes shared by locals. You can have a sweet drink while listening to their stories, singing songs, and generally enjoying the mood and character of this loveable place. 

Tip:  Dublin receives a lot of rain almost all through the year. So it is not necessary to avoid rainy season as they are also one of the best times to be part of the festivities like St. Patrick ’s Day in March or Christmas time. So come here at any time of the year but be prepared for the rains and bring your umbrellas and raincoats. 

Getting to Dublin

Dublin Airport is the main airport which services the city and is 7 km from Dublin city centre. From Singapore, there are no direct flights to Dublin. Multiple airlines provide connecting flights from Singapore to Dublin. 

Singapore to Dublin flights typically takes 16 to 19 hours on an average. KLM airlines and Scoot Eurowings airlines provide cheap flights from Singapore. Other right flights from Singapore are supplied by British Airways, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Emirates Airways, Air France, Finnair airways, and Turkish airlines

Tip: June to August is the peak tourism season so you would get cheaper flights outside of these months. In winter, prices go down, but the numbers of flights also go down. So plan your visit accordingly. 

What to see in Dublin?

Dublin has what it takes for a perfect family vacation. From indoors to outdoors, Dublin has multiple fun activities to indulge. The enormous green spaces are an ideal place for kids to frolic around. Whether you want to visit museums and feast on the history or have a sublime time around beaches, you could do it all in Dublin.

The first thing you would want to do is visit the monumental 120 meters high Dublin spire at O’Connell Street and take a picture. Attending the longest church in Ireland, St. Patrick’s church is an awe-inspiring experience. The famous Dublin castle would give you a peek into pre-historic times. 

Those who enjoy a great night out should not miss the iconic Temple bar, which is a big part of the scintillating nightlife in Dublin. You could take your kids to the Aquazone indoor water park to try out some indoor surfing and float in its lazy river. Dublin zoo is another place the kids and adults would love.

Tip: Buying a leap card in Dublin would save you lots of money in commuting. If you are visiting Dublin for the first time then availing its hop-on/hop-off bus service is the most convenient option.

Shop and Dine in Dublin:

To get the best of Dublin shopping, visit it’s Grafton Street. You can also sit back and relax in its outdoor area while listening to some live music. Just off the busy shopping is Creative Square, where you can find the best cafes and restaurants in Dublin. One must also visit the Dublin flea market, which happens every Sunday, to buy anything from household items to furniture. You could go to Howth market for authentic and organic food production.

Tip:There are many great bars around George Street, so pub-lovers must visit this place. Do feat on the famous Irish stew on your trip.

Try to combine Singapore-Dublin flight booking with discount hotel reservations for great deals.

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Roundtrip vs One-Way Flights from Singapore to Dublin

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 Dublin. However, booking a roundtrip flight is a simpler process. You can compare roundtrip and one-way flights by using our flight comparison tool.

Travel from Singapore to Dublin

Dublin attracts thousands of visitors every year for both business and pleasure. Planning a trip from Singapore to Dublin is easy when you use Trip.com to help you make travel arrangements. With Trip.com, you can search for available flights and hotel rooms, and then make your booking quickly and easily online.

A Trip to Remember

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