Time to fly to Asia!
High season is about to finish, so it is an excellent opportunity to look for inexpensive tickets to fly to Asia. We do have the right option for you. As we mentioned in a recent post about Greece, combined flights give you the chance of visiting different places and saving money at the same time.
On our web, we offer you combined flights to Bangkok and Singapore for a great price: only 659.16$. If you check different options on your own, your direct flight ticket may be quite more expensive. Hence, we recommend you grab this special offer at the drop of a hat. Apart from price attractiveness, this travel combination is very exciting. You will optimize your holidays by visiting two of the main cities of South East Asia. Thanks to their short distance, many tourists do not want to miss visiting Bangkok, and Singapore. This is why we strongly recommend this package of combined flights. Here you have the details:
Your first stop of these combined flights is Bangkok, the capital of Thailand and one of the most emblematic cities in South East Asia. Its real name in Thai is Krung Thep, which means “City of Angels.” There are loads of places to visit, such as Buddist temples, colorful floating markets, traditional palaces, a vibrant nightlife, and many others. Bangkok is a city that never disappoints visitors’ expectations. You will have 3 days in order to visit the most famous attractions of this city.
Bangkok in a nutshell
Our favorite must-see places are very easy to find on foot. First of all, the most famous attraction in Bangkok is the Grand Palace. Defended by a never-ending white wall, the massive sacred complex contains both theroyal palace and Wat Phra Kaew, called “Temple of the Emerald Buddha.” The former is used by the King for special ceremonies. The latter contains the small Emerald Buddha.
Secondly, we advise you to visit Wat Pho, also known as “Temple of Reclining Buddha.” It includes the largest reclining Buddha in Thailand. This statue is 46 meters long and 15 meters high, all covered in gold. It is surprising to see how it fits almost millimetrically into the temple in which it stands.
Let’s now move to Wat Arun, “Temple of Dawn.” It is very different from other temples which you may find in the surroundings. However, it is still an amazing place to visit especially for its location, atmosphere, and architecture.
Finally, visit Taling Chan Floating Market, which is located approximately 8 km / 5 miles from the city center. Unfortunately, floating markets are becoming a touristic attraction rather than a place where local buy products. Anyway Taling Chan market is still worth a visit. Boats contain fresh vegetables, juicy tropical fruit, and local food cooked directly on the boat.
Top-4 areas in Singapore
After 3 days in Bangkok, it is time to fly to Singapore, another impressive city located at the bottom of the Malaysian peninsula. The Republic of Singapore consists of Sentosa, a big island surrounded by other 62 small ones. It is a vast metropolis full of contrasts, green areas, tall skyscrapers, sacred temples, and fun. You will spend 3 amazing days. Here you have some tips on interesting sights and great attractions.
Chinatown is a good place to stay if you have a small budget. You can find great deals on our web as we have options for any type of budgets. Temple street is its rendezvous as it is full of restaurants and shops where you breathe a vibrant Chinese atmosphere. The Historic Center of Chinatown is worth a visit since you will plunge yourself into the history of Chinese immigrants in Singapore. Unlike other Chinatown in the world, you will find the Muslim Jamae Mosque, characterized by its unique and atypical style, the famous Indi Sri Mariamman Temple and finally the imposing Buddha Tooth Relic Temple.
Secondly, Marina Bay area is a must. It is full of attractions, restaurants, and great views from any spot. Take a dip in the incredible infinity pool Marina Bay Sands hotel. You will swim at 250 meters high with a spectacular view over Marina Bay and the financial district. Don’t miss it!
Little India is an ethnic area where you will find different Hindu shrines, such as Hindu temple Sri Veeramakaliamman and Sri Srinivasa Perumal. Their decoration is spectacular: enter barefoot and breathe its unforgettable atmosphere.
Last but not least: Clarke Quay area. It lies on the bank of the river Singapore (same name as the city). It is full of restaurants, shops, and clubs. For this reason, we consider it as one of the most vibrant and funny areas in town. Visit it at night and enjoy the colorful view of the river surrounded by skyscrapers.
What are you waiting for then? Book your combine flights to Asia now!