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Singapore Airlines to Shanghai cheap flights

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Singapore Airlines to Shanghai Flight schedule

Flight info.
Departure
Arrival
Weekly Schedule
  1. SQ8579

    06:35

    KUL

    1.1h

    07:40

    SIN

    SMTWTF-
  2. SQ832

    12:45

    SIN

    5.3h

    18:05

    PVG

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  3. SQ8579

    06:35

    KUL

    1.1h

    07:40

    SIN

    SMTWTF-
  4. SQ830

    09:30

    SIN

    5.6h

    15:05

    PVG

    SMTWTFS
  5. SQ953

    07:55

    CGK

    1.8h

    10:45

    SIN

    SMTWTFS
  6. SQ832

    12:45

    SIN

    5.3h

    18:05

    PVG

    SMTWTFS
  7. SQ105

    10:25

    KUL

    1.2h

    11:35

    SIN

    SMTWTFS
  8. SQ836

    17:25

    SIN

    5.3h

    22:45

    PVG

    SMTWTFS
  9. SQ105

    10:25

    KUL

    1.2h

    11:35

    SIN

    SMTWTFS
  10. SQ832

    12:45

    SIN

    5.3h

    18:05

    PVG

    SMTWTFS
  11. SQ107

    11:00

    KUL

    1.3h

    12:15

    SIN

    SMTWTFS
  12. SQ836

    17:25

    SIN

    5.3h

    22:45

    PVG

    SMTWTFS
  13. SQ113

    14:30

    KUL

    1.3h

    15:50

    SIN

    SMTWTFS
  14. SQ826

    01:15

    SIN

    5.3h

    06:35

    PVG

    SMTWTFS
  15. SQ116

    14:50

    SIN

    1.0h

    15:50

    KUL

    SMTWTFS
  16. D7332

    23:05

    KUL

    5.7h

    04:45

    PVG

    SM-WT--
  17. SQ116

    14:50

    SIN

    1.0h

    15:50

    KUL

    SMTWTFS
  18. D7330

    18:40

    KUL

    5.7h

    00:20

    PVG

    SMTWTFS
  19. SQ121

    18:40

    KUL

    1.2h

    19:50

    SIN

    SMTWT--
  20. SQ826

    01:15

    SIN

    5.3h

    06:35

    PVG

    SMTWTFS
  21. SQ965

    19:00

    CGK

    1.8h

    21:50

    SIN

    SMTWTFS
  22. SQ830

    09:30

    SIN

    5.6h

    15:05

    PVG

    SMTWTFS
  23. SQ125

    21:00

    KUL

    1.3h

    22:15

    SIN

    SMTWTFS
  24. SQ826

    01:15

    SIN

    5.3h

    06:35

    PVG

    SMTWTFS
  25. SQ8511

    22:15

    KUL

    1.3h

    23:35

    SIN

    SMTWT-S
  26. SQ826

    01:15

    SIN

    5.3h

    06:35

    PVG

    SMTWTFS
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Singapore Airlines to Shanghai cheap flights & FAQ

  • How much is a flight from Singapore to Shanghai?

    The average ticket price to Shanghai is S$ 781. Please use this price as a reference only.
  • How long is the flight to Shanghai?

    • Approx. 5 hours 39 minutes to fly from Singapore to Shanghai.
    • Approx. 6 hours 13 minutes to fly from Kuala Lumpur to Shanghai.
    • Approx. 2 hours 16 minutes to fly from Beijing to Shanghai.
    • Approx. 2 hours 41 minutes to fly from Hong Kong to Shanghai.
  • How to get cheap flights to Shanghai?

    You can book cheaper flights in the following ways:
    • Search for tickets to a city or airport near Shanghai.
    • Look up different airlines that have flights to Shanghai.
    • Browse different departure dates from the same month.
    • Filter for different departure times from the same day.
    • Check for discount information on various social media sites.
    • Explore deals and discounts on airline websites.
  • What is the most popular month to visit Shanghai?

    Understanding peak and off travel seasons to Shanghai can help you arrange your travel plans accordingly. The most popular month to visit Shanghai is August. The average price of flight tickets to Shanghai in August is S$ 451.
  • When to buy flight tickets to Shanghai the cheapest?

    Flight tickets to Shanghai are the cheapest in October compared to other months, the average price is S$ 411.
  • What are the major airports in Shanghai?

  • What is the transportation method from the main airport to downtown in Shanghai?

    • The distance from Shanghai Pudong International Airport to downtown is about 33km, by taxi about 50 minutes.
    • The distance from Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport to downtown is about 13km, by taxi about 30 minutes.
  • Which popular airlines have flights to Shanghai?

    Popular airlines with flights to Shanghai: China Eastern Airlines , Spring Airlines , and Juneyao Airlines .

Hotels in Shanghai

Hotels near Shanghai

4.6/5Outstanding5056 Reviews
People's Square Shanghai|0.72km from downtown
Check-in wasn’t a good experience, but the hotel was okay after that. When I first checked-in, the room key cards I was given didn’t work, which was frustrating as the room was one of the furthest from reception. This meant I had to go all the way back for new keys after a long day. I just wanted to relax! Then the second room I was given didn’t match the photos on Trip.com, in particular it didn’t have a real window, looking over the dining area rather than outside. But when finally settled into the third room, the stay was okay. It was supposedly an upgrade, but it only looked like the room I had booked. The location is the big plus: right on Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street which leads to the Bund, both iconic locations that are great to visit. I didn’t have the breakfast as there were no spare seats, so I went to a nearby McDonald’s instead. The hotel needs to enlarge its dining area.
FromSGD 95
4.5/5Excellent2661 Reviews
People's Square Shanghai|0.9km from downtown
Staying at the Radisson Collection was the best decision we made with hotels during our trip. Right on the pedestrian street and walking distance to the bund and restaurants. Hotel had comfortable beds, and we got an amazing room at the top most floor with views of the bund! Sadly we spent all day out that when we got back the lights of the bund were always off when we got back but that’s not the hotels fault. Breakfast was good, had the local delicacies that I enjoyed. Staff were so sweet to bring a cake for my daughter’s birthday and it was the most delicious cake ever so smooth dark chocolate yum! I will be coming back for more! Toiletries were good and hotel was very accommodating for anything we needed. I will be back to stay here again when I’m Shanghai!
FromSGD 112
4.5/5Excellent4167 Reviews
People's Square Shanghai|0.47km from downtown
Our stay at the Radisson Blu was so disappointing that we both made notes but have waited to post the review so that some of the frustration could subside. We’ve stayed at the Radisson multiple times as it’s been our hotel of choice for business and pleasure for many (15+) years. This stay was specifically for business. Upon check-in we were told that our room had no window, even for almost 900 CNY that we paid on Trip. And that payment was only a guarantee. Fine. So, we agreed to pay an additional 100 CNY to have a window. Then, we were also told that we needed to pay (WeChat) 1500 CNY and that would include the cost of the room rate and the deposit. No sincere explanation or apology by the person at the check-in counter, just a lot of uncomfortable laughing and “pay now, pay now.” We felt like we were being cheated even though this was normal policy. To be fair, the room given had an amazing view. We were very satisfied and had begun to think the worst was behind us. We ordered room service that included wonton (dumplings) soup, a classic Caesar salad, and a margherita pizza. The wonton soup was great, but the margherita pizza was barely passable, and the classic Caesar salad was an abomination. Hands down, it was the worst Caesar salad we had ever had. Tiny bacon bits, smelly yellow oil, and old lettuce. We ate two bites and quickly placed it outside in the hallway where it sat until 10:00am the next day. Note: you can only order premium (expensive) bottled water and we were told that they couldn’t give us any more “regular” bottled water even if we said we’d pay for it. At night, the staff at the fitness center acted as if we were disturbing them when we asked basic questions. A total lack of hospitality that should be on display at a 5-star hotel. We really began to dislike our experience at this point because it became quite evident that nobody really cared. To again be fair, however, the male staff who was on duty in the next morning, was sincere and polite. A welcoming contrast from the evening before. But then at brunch, the three young men who were running the egg and omelet station were horribly loud and rude. Like everything was a big joke to them – and it got to the point where we just walked away even after we had tried to order. After brunch, probably the biggest disappointment was that we found out that the Business Center was closed. We had scheduled an important meeting at the hotel and needed to print and prepare some items. We were told that we could only print if we emailed the documents to a hotel email. This was not going to happen so we created a little fuss and a polite manager suddenly appeared and handled everything. That was nice. But the damage was done. After this situation, we made the decision that this would be our last time staying at the Radisson. Lastly, after more than 24 hours, the guarantee was only refunded after we called and spoke to a customer service representative at Trip who was very helpful.
FromSGD 124
4.8/5Outstanding6676 Reviews
People's Square Shanghai|0.71km from downtown
The location is perfect. Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street is just downstairs. You can see two pieces of the three-piece set while sitting by the window. It only takes about twenty minutes to walk to the Bund with the kids. The breakfast buffet is very rich, the staff are very enthusiastic and have a good attitude. The room was very spacious and I didn't hear any noise after staying there for three days.
FromSGD 140

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