Melbourne in Australia is the state capital of Victoria and the second-most populous city in Australia and Oceania. For lovers of art and music, Melbourne has a wide variety of festivals as well as the National Gallery of Victoria to explore. Nature lovers will enjoy the city’s many gardens, such as when taking a walk through the Royal Botanical Garden, as well as visiting the Werribee Open Range Zoo. After a busy day exploring, be sure to check out Melbourne’s Chinatown for a bite to eat and a bit of karaoke.
Flying to Melbourne
1. Which airports serve Singapore to Melbourne?
Changi International Airport is one of the most popular airports serving flights to Melbourne from Singapore and is located at the eastern end of Singapore. It is the major civilian airport in Singapore and is one of the busiest airports for international passengers and cargo transport.
2. Which airlines operate flights from Singapore to Melbourne?
Singapore Airlines is the major provider of these flights, with daily departures and no connections required. Qantas, Scoot and Virgin Australia also offer similar flights. Other airlines, including Air New Zealand, Air China, Cathay, China Eastern, China Southern, Fiji Airways, Garuda, JAL, Malaysia, Malindo, Philippine, Qatar, Royal Brunei, Srilankan, Thai, Vietnam and Xiamen, also offer daily departures but require a connection. China Airlines, Cebu Pacific, Jetstar and Air India also offers some departures throughout the week.
3. How long is the flight?
If you book a direct flight from Singapore to Melbourne, you can expect it to take approximately 7 hours and 20 minutes. With layovers flights will typically take 11 hours or longer. Melbourne is 2 hours ahead of Singapore.
4. Climate changes between Singapore to Melbourne
Singapore has fairly constant warm temperatures, while Melbourne experiences more varied weather. Due to the wide range of temperatures Melbourne experiences, wearing layers is recommended to ensure you stay comfortable.
5. Culture differences and need-to-know
Melbourne’s currency is the Australian dollar and it can be acquired at banks, hotels and international airports. Credit cards such as MasterCard, Visa and American Express are accepted as well.
To enter Australia, you will need to apply for one of five visas prior to your arrival. It is recommended that you apply for your visa at least 24 hours in advance of your departure.
Coming from a city like Singapore with such a high population density, Melbourne, a beautiful city in its own right, will feel like a breath of fresh air. With many attractions and it rates highly in healthcare, tourism, sports, education and entertainment. Some of Melbourne’s top attractions include the Eureka Skydeck, St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Werribee Open Range Zoo, the Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens and the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Nature lovers will no doubt enjoy a trip to Phillip Island to take in the penguins and seals in their natural habitats. A road trip along the Great Ocean Road will not disappoint either and the array of ocean vistas and occasional koala sightings are not to be missed.
Although Singapore has many thriving eateries and unique cultural activities on offer, you won’t be disappointed when you get to Australia. With a thriving bar scene, including many hidden bars, Melbourne also has an Aussie Brewery Tour that fans of locally made beer and cider will undoubtedly enjoy. Live music lovers might also enjoy a night out at Cherry Bar.
Singapore to Melbourne, Australia Last modified: Oct 18, 2021 8:59 -04:00
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