Cheap flights from Singapore Changi to Hanoi
Flight information Singapore Changi to Hanoi
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Average flight time, total distance 2220 kilometres
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Flying from Singapore to Hanoi
The charming river city of Hanoi encapsulates a picturesque town with its architectural diversity and well-preserved natural beauty. From eating delectable street food, visiting historical sites to cycling along the countryside, Hanoi is a unique place that attracts all kinds of travellers.
Flights to Hanoi typically arrive at Noi Bai International Airport (HAN). A visa is not required for Singaporeans and 6 other nationalities who are looking to stay for a period of 30 days and less.
Airlines that fly from Singapore Changi (SIN) to Hanoi Noi Bai (HAN)
Top airlines that service Singapore to Hanoi flights directly are Vietnam Airlines and Singapore Airlines. Direct flights are available every day of the week.
Budget airlines that offer the cheapest Singapore to Hanoi flights are VietJet Air, Jetstar and AirAsia.
The popular stopover airports are Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN) and Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).
Arrival at Hanoi Noi Bai (HAN)
Noi Bai International Airport (HAN) is located about 27km away from the city center. The airport, which currently accommodates 12 million passengers, is equipped with befitting facilities and services. There are two main terminals: Terminal 1 for domestic flights and Terminal 2 for international flights.
Services such as free Wi-Fi, currency exchange offices, duty-free shops, baby care facilities as well as medical room are available for passengers. There are also plenty of shops as well as places to grab a bite, including Burger King and Hai Cang Restaurant.
If you need some rest or sleep, there are a few lounges spread out across the terminals that you can pay to enjoy the food and facilities within. If you haven't arranged any accommodation, the nearest hotel are the New Airport Hotel for VND 540,000 (SGD $32) per night and the View Hotel for VND 408,000 (SGD $24) per night.
There are 3 main ways to get from the Noi Bai International Airport to the city center: public bus, airport shuttle bus and public taxi. The cheapest way is to take public bus number 7 and 17 on the right side of the terminal exit. It will cost about VND 5,000-9,000 (SGD $0.30-0.53) and the journey will take about 60 minutes. Another low cost option is to take the airport shuttle bus operated by a few airlines outside Terminal 1. The fare costs VND 40,000 (SGD $2.35) and it takes about 45 minutes to reach the city.
If you are rushing for time and you want the most convenient option, a taxi ride will cost you approximately VND 330,000 (SGD $23-30) and it will take you around 25 minutes to get into the city.
Hanoi is the second largest city in Vietnam as well as the capital of the country. Situated on the right bank of the Red River, the centuries-old Hanoi is known for its rustic beauty, diverse cultures as well as its rich history. Also heralded as the city of rivers, Hanoi is home to various attractions for all kinds of travellers.
A tour along the historical Red River will introduce travellers to the countryside of Hanoi with its ancient villages, pagodas and temples. As part of the river that flows from Yunnan, Red River is a source of life for Hanoians and it exhibits the pride of the city’s thriving agriculture.
As the city of rivers and lakes, travellers may also explore the legendary Hoan Kiem Lake (Lake of the Restored Sword) or ride the swan boat on the historical Truc Bach Lake. To enjoy a pleasant stroll and escape the bustling city, make a visit to Thong Nhat Park or Indira Ghandi Park.
History lovers will appreciate the vast historical sites in Hanoi. From the ancient Imperial Citadel of Thang Long (which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the colonial town of Hanoi French Quarter, the thought-provoking Hoa Lo Prison, the well-preserved Temple of Literature, to various symbolical pagodas located across the city, Hanoi is a cultural and architectural hotbed.
Some of the must-try foods in Hanoi include Bun Rieu (crab noodle soup), Xoi Xeo (sticky rice with pate and various fillings) and Com Tam (broken rice with pork chops and sliced vegetables). Travellers can also visit Ta Hien Street and Hanoi Old Quarter to sample some mouth-watering street food.
Frequently asked questions about flights from Singapore to Hanoi
What is the time difference between Singapore and Hanoi?
Singapore (GMT +8:00) is 1 hour ahead of Hanoi (GMT +7:00).
What is the weather like in Hanoi?
Hanoi has a tropical monsoon climate and it experiences all four seasons throughout the year. The coldest month is during winter in January, with the lowest temperature sometimes dropping to 9°C and the hottest month is during summer in April, with the highest temperature of 39°C. The best time to visit Hanoi is during fall (August to November) due to its mild temperatures, cool breeze and minimal rainfall.
What is the exchange rate between Singapore Dollar and Vietnamese Dong?
As of 26 November 2018, the local currency is the Vietnamese Dong (VND). The current exchange rate is SGD $1 = VND 17,038.33 (USD $1= SGD $1.38)
What is the average cost of a meal in Hanoi?
In general, the cost of food in Hanoi is fairly cheaper than Singapore. A simple meal in an inexpensive restaurant in Hanoi will cost approximately VND 55,000 (SGD $3) as opposed to an average of SGD $12 in Singapore. If you are looking at a typical three-course meal in a restaurant for two, this will cost you around VND 475,000 (SGD $28) in Hanoi, but SGD $60 in Singapore.
What is the average cost of a hotel in Hanoi?
Hotel prices in Hanoi are significantly lower as compared to Singapore. A night in an average 4-star hotel should cost around VND 1,500,000 450 (SGD $88) in Hanoi, which is lower than the average of SGD $130 in Singapore. An average room in a 5-star hotel in Hanoi (VND 3,000,000 or SGD $176) is lower than the average in Singapore (SGD $250).
Getting from Singapore Changi to Hanoi Noi Bai
Singapore Changi Airport has four main terminals. T1, T2 and T3 are linked by a complimentary SkyTrain and T4 can be reached by shuttle bus. It is easily accessible from the city via train or taxi. Taking a taxi to the airport from the city center will cost an estimated SGD $20 and should take no more than half an hour.
The highly-acclaimed airport offers free WiFi and a plethora of restaurants, shops, and duty-free retail outlets and is one of the most popular airports to transit at. There are also different lounges spread out across the terminals.
If you’re flying to Hanoi with Singapore Airlines, you will depart from Terminal 3. For Jetstar, you will depart from Terminal 1. For AirAsia, VietJet Air and Vietnam Airlines, you will depart from Terminal 4.
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