Seoul is a unique destination that is fascinating for a city break whether traveling for business or pleasure. The city is an eclectic mixture of modern shopping malls and towering skyscrapers alongside Buddhist temples and ancient palaces. After a day spent exploring the tourist sites, such as the beautiful 15th-century palace of Changdeokgung, or soaking up the atmosphere in Gwangjang Market, as night comes, you can choose from among the array of restaurants or try the tasty street food before enjoying some of the city’s lively nightlife in the Gangnam or Apgujeong districts.
Flying to Seoul
1. Which airports serve Singapore to Seoul?
Singapore is served by Changi Airport. This airport is almost worth a visit in its own right, given the array of restaurants, shops, movie theaters and game consoles on site. It is well served by public transportation with regularly scheduled buses and MRT trains.
Nearly all international flights to Seoul land at Incheon Airport, where A’REX trains offer a fast transfer into the city. Gimpo Airport is more central and is on Subway Line 5, bringing passengers easily into downtown Seoul, but it mostly handles domestic flights.
2. Which airlines operate flights from Singapore to Seoul?
There are at least six daily flights to Seoul from Singapore, with a choice of airlines that include Singapore Airlines, Korean Air and Asiana. Other airlines, including Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines and Royal Brunei Airlines, offer connecting flights.
3. How long is the flight?
A direct flight to Seoul from Singapore takes about 6 hours 30 minutes, with connecting flights taking at least eight hours. Seoul is just one hour ahead of Singapore, so you will not need to do too much adjusting to the new time zone.
4. Climate changes between Singapore and Seoul
Singapore’s weather is hot all year, with the occasional rainy day. If you visit Seoul from June to August, you will find the weather fairly similar. In the months on either side, you will find it a bit cooler. If you visit in November to February, you will want to pack your warm clothes, because temperatures sometimes drop below freezing.
5. Culture differences and need-to-know
In Seoul, the currency used is the South Korean won. You can change money at banks and other authorized centers, but most hotels and businesses will be happy to accept major credit and debit cards.
Many nationalities, including Singaporeans, do not require a visa for a visit of up to 90 days. If in doubt, check with your nearest South Korean embassy.
There are some similarities between Singapore and Seoul, with both being lively Asian cities. However, Singapore is both a city and a nation with a history that includes British colonial influences. It only became a republic in 1965 and, as a new nation, is still forging its identity. In Seoul, ancient and modern Korea sit side by side. You can find out more about the fascinating history at the Seoul Museum of History and at ancient sites, such as the Jogyesa Temple. For fun, head to Lotte World, the world’s largest indoor theme park. End the day with spectacular views over Seoul, enjoying a meal in the revolving restaurant at N Seoul Tower.
Singapore to Seoul Last modified: May 16, 2022 7:54 -04:00
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Cheapest Day To Fly from Singapore to Seoul
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Connecting Flights vs Direct Flights from Singapore to Seoul
Flights between some cities may be significantly cheaper if you choose a multi-stop airline ticket. Although these connecting flights sacrifice some convenience, on average, travelers save 20%-60% when they choose to fly multi-stop versus a direct flight.
The average price for connecting flights from Singapore to Seoul is $670.
The average price for direct flights from Singapore to Seoul is $758.
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One Way Flights vs Round Trip Flights from Singapore to Seoul
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The average price for one way flights from Singapore to Seoul is $552.
The average price for round trip flights from Singapore to Seoul is $669.
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