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If you’d like to begin your vacation the moment you step on board the plane, you should consider flying Singapore Airlines.


First formed in 1972, Singapore’s flag carrier airline is best known for its multiple travel accolades and impeccable service standards, embodied in its kebaya (traditional nonya dress)-clad flight attendants (famously known as the Singapore Girl).


Stellar service is just one of a host of reasons that makes Singapore Airlines a world-class travel brand. The airline is also famous for luxurious flight experiences across cabin classes, with state-of-the-art entertainment options, spacious cabins and a commitment to making flying a personal experience. The airlines’ international culinary panel—which comprises eight chefs from all around the globe—are constantly whipping up new dishes to delight the taste buds of passengers onboard.

Singapore Airlines’ globally acclaimed standards have won the organisation multiple awards, ranging from a place on Time Magazine’s list of 50 Genius Companies 2018 to World’s Best Airline at Skytrax’s World Airline Awards 2018.

Book with us now by clicking “Book Now” below and enter the promo code “ACCP20”.

Eligible destinations:

Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Xiamen, Chengdu, Chongqing, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Jakarta, Surabaya, Medan, Osaka, Tokyo (Haneda, Narita), Seoul, Busan Gimhae, Kuala Lumpur, Bandar Seri Begawan, Manila, Taipei, Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Koh Samui, Penang, Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, New York (John F Kennedy Intl, Newark Intl), San Francisco, Houston, Vancouver

Fare conditions:

1. Valid flights

Availability of this fare deal is based on flight departure times.

  • Valid outbound flights: All SQ flights

  • Valid inbound flights: All SQ flights

2. KrisFlyer

  • Earn KrisFlyer miles

3. Other conditions

This promotional fare is only offered on and may not be available anymore in case you choose to make flight changes. In some cases, you may be required to pay an additional fare for newly selected flights.