Singapore is one of the hottest destinations in South East Asia. In addition to breathtaking spots like Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay, the Lion City also has some of the best and cheapest eats in the region.
So if you’re thinking about booking a flight and taking in all that the city has to offer, here’s a handy guide to give you the low-down on your best options for flights to Singapore.
An off-shoot of Jetstar Airways and Australia’s Qantas airline, Jetstar Asia is a low-cost airline based in Singapore. Not limiting itself to just flights to Singapore, Jetstar Airways also offers regional flights to several Southeast Asian countries, including Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, and the Philippines.
Jetstar offers meal options that cater to every kind of budget, starting with light snacks like nacho chips with guacamole, chocolate muffins, or a bag of fruit crisps, for under USD10.
For those in the mood for something more substantial, they also offer heartier meals like the Soya Chicken Rice and Nasi Lemak for USD12.
As Singapore Airlines’ low-cost off-shoot, Scoot first made a name for itself in 2012, when it began operating flights from Singapore to Sydney and the Gold Coast in Australia. Since then, it has expanded and now flies to over 60 destinations across 19 countries and territories.
With Scoot, you can enjoy dishes such as Braised Chicken with Rice, Nasi Lemak, and Madras Curry with Basmati Rice, all for PHP680. Unlike other budget airlines where you have to purchase drinks separately, all Scoot’s meals come with a drink and a snack.
Ranked as the world’s best airline since 2018, not to mention having the unique distinction of being named Best Airline in Asia, Singapore Airlines is in a class of its own. Singapore’s flag carrier operates routes to 62 destinations.
Singapore Airlines boasts its own International Culinary Panel, a team of renowned chefs from all over the world who bring their unique culinary experiences and skills to the airline’s meal development, creating world-class dishes you can enjoy at 30,000 feet.
For Business and First Class flyers, you can avail of their Book the Cook service and experience world-class fine dining in the comfort of your seat.
Dishes include Classic Lobster Thermidor, Grilled Chilean Seabass, and a 6 oz. Rib-Eye Steak. Economy customers can enjoy their inflight meals without any additional costs.
The flag carrier of the Philippines, it is the first and oldest commercial airline to operate under its original name in Asia. Philippine Airlines or PAL operates routes to 41 international destinations and 31 domestic destinations. It offers Economy, Premium Economy, and Business Class options.
PAL offers a delicious array of dishes that blend traditional and fusion cuisines. Just like Singapore Airlines, PAL also invites world-class chefs to develop meals for its inflight dining experience Food Festivals in the Sky.
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