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Flight from Singapore to San Diego

San Diego is a major city of the United States on the coast of the Pacific Ocean in California State. It is the second-largest city of California and the eighth-largest city of the US. It is referred to as “the birthplace of California” as it was the first site to be visited by Europeans on the west coast of the United States. The mission San Diego de Alcala and the Presidio founded in 1769 were the first European settlement here. In 1823 it became part of the Mexican Empire and was acquired by the US in 1848 after the Mexican-American war. It is one of the economic centres for the California region. This varied city has plenty to offer in terms of food, culture, architecture, and art, this attracts millions of tourists every year.

Tip: Hop on a bus or boat sightseeing tour for an overview of many of San Diego’s attractions.

Getting There

San Diego International Airport is an international airport located in downtown San Diego. It is the busiest single-runway airport in the US and 3rd busiest single-runway airport in the world. At present, there are no direct flights to San Diego from Singapore. There are few connecting Singapore to San Diego flights that you can book. The approximate duration of the flight from Singapore to San Diego is 17 hours or more depending on the stoppage time. Currently, Qantas Airways & United Airlines are popular airlines operating on this route.

Tip:  Book your flight 2 to 3 months in advance as the rates go up the closer to your travel date.

What to See 

San Diego is a popular tourist destination that has lots to offer to its visitors. Visit the San Diego zoo which houses over 3000 animals of more than 650 species and subspecies.  It offers a natural cageless and open-air environment for the animals. Torrey Spires State Reserve spread across 2000 is a lagoon that is vital to migrating seabirds, and has many wildlife and flora existing here. Go for snorkelling, kayaking or diving on the beautiful La Jolla Cove that is also one of the most photographed beaches in Southern California. Make sure you visit Petco Park which is architecturally marvellous as it celebrates the sea, the sky and the cultural diversity of the region.  Enjoy the view of sunset in the Sunset Cliffs Natural Park; its topography includes arches, sea caves, and coastal bluffs. Do not miss out on the prominent landmark Mount Soledad which is a popular cycling destination of the region. You cannot miss out on the beautiful Coronado Bridge crossing over San Diego Bay whose pillars are painted with huge murals as part of Chicano Park. Some of the other places to visit are Balboa Park, USS Midway Museum and Cabrillo National Monument.

Tip: You can watch a show at the Old Globe Theater in Balboa Park if you have extra time.

Eat & Stay

San Diego has no shortage of amazing restaurants and eateries check out North Park for trendy and innovative restaurants and cool cafes. The old town has amazing delis and food trucks so that you can eat good food in a limited budget. North Park is also known for the best nightlife in San Diego.

San Diego has an array of options when it comes to staying where you can choose from budget motels to beachside resorts depending on your budget. If you are open to high budget check out amazing beachside hotels and resorts at La Jolla or Open Beach. If you are looking for the budgeted place then downtown Gaslamp Quarter is the right neighbourhood.

The Seaport Village in San Diego is known for speciality shops where you can shop for some unique items. Gaslamp is an ideal place for street shopping.

Tip: Check out for gourmet chocolates and handmade beer glasses in the Seaport Village. has amazing deals on flights all year long. You may do Singapore to San Diego flight booking here at very good rates. offers many cheap flights from Singapore to anywhere around the world. You will get hotels at discounted rates here along with the best services.