Cheap flights from Singapore Changi to Phuket
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- Sat 14 SepSINHKTWed 18 SepHKTSINScoot Tigerair + Malindo AirIndirectfrom $75
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Flight information Singapore Changi to Phuket
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Flying from Singapore to Phuket
Phuket island one of Thailand largest and most vibrant islands thanks to its many seaside resorts and restaurants. After arriving at Phuket city, most tourists head straight to Patong, where there is a sandy beach dotted with cafes, restaurants and bars.
International flights to Phuket go through Phuket Airport (HKT). Singaporeans do not need a visa.
Airlines that fly from Singapore Changi (SIN) to Phuket Airport (HKT)
Arrival at Phuket Airport (HKT)
The most convenient way (and also the recommended way) to get from the Phuket International Airport to your accommodation is via the use of taxi. Rates are typically fixed at the airport (they will be clearly displayed outside the terminal building) and it will cost you roughly SGD $16 to SGD $30 per taxi depending on where you wish to go. There are also hourly bus services from the airport - tickets are priced under SGD $4 and it will take roughly 30 minutes to get into the Phuket town.
Phuket Airport (HKT) Information
With limited facilities and services here at the Phuket International Airport, travellers often travel out to the city before purchasing what they require. If you are looking for a nearby hotel, the Maya Phuket Hotel as well as the Phuket Airport Hotel are both located within walking distance.
While you’re still in Phuket City, visit the museums that tell the city’s history. Then, head to Patong to stay in a seaside resort, where you are in close proximity to nightclubs, restaurants, massage parlours and watersports clubs. The more pious can go to see the Big Buddha, while those with children can head to the theme park Phuket FantaSea for cultural and animal shows. The adventurous can take time to explore the islands surrounding Phuket, such as Surin and Similan Islands, which are well known for scuba-diving.
Frequently asked questions about flying from Singapore to Phuket
What is the time difference between Singapore and Phuket?
Phuket (GMT +7:00) is one hour behind of Singapore (GMT +8:00).
What is the weather like in Phuket?
The island of Phuket enjoys plenty of sunshine during the year and it features a tropical monsoon climate - on the average, temperatures range from 25 to 32 degree Celsius. The driest season (which is also the best time to visit if you wish to avoid the rain) is between the months of December and March.
The best time to visit Phuket is during August as the humidity drops.
What is the exchange rate between SGD and THB?
The local currency is the Thai Baht (THB). As of 30 September 2018, current exchange rate is SGD $1 = THB 24.55 (USD 1 = THB 33.33).
What is the average cost of a meal in Phuket?
The average cost of eating out at a local restaurant in Phuket costs around SGD $2.50. Enjoying a meal for two at an average restaurant costs around SGD $28.
What is the average cost of a hotel in Phuket?
There are no lack of hotels over in Phuket and on the average, a typical room night here in a 4-star property in Phuket costs only around SGD $40. Staying in a 5-star property in Phuket will cost you SGD $110 on average.
This information is correct as of 30 September 2018.
Getting from Singapore Changi to Phuket
The most affordable way to get to the airport from Singapore’s city centre is via the use of public trains which will take you directly to Changi Airport (connected to Terminals 2 and 3). The ride will take you around 45 minutes and cost about SGD $2. However, if you are looking for the most comfortable mode of transport, a public taxi will take you there in 25 minutes for around SGD $20 to $30.
Getting to the Singapore Changi Airport ahead of schedule means having time to enjoy a leisurely meal at one of the many restaurants and eateries located across all three terminals. Want something local? Check out Old Chang Kee or even the Singapore Food Street in Terminal 3. Otherwise, simply get in touch with nature at the Butterfly Garden in Terminal 3.
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