Friday, September 27, 2013

Cheap flights from Singapore to Yangon by Tigerair

Singapore based budget airline Tigerair will commence daily flights to Yangon Myanmar from Singapore Changi Airport from 1 October 2013 onward. The 3 hours flight to Myanmar's largest city which is booming with business and leisure travelers holds good promise of becoming the centre of trade, connecting Southeast Asia with countries in the Middle East, Europe and Africa.

Yangon was a British colonial capital and holds a relatively untouched and rich heritage which can best seen in its architecture of a bygone era. The city has the highest number of colonial buildings in Southeast Asia, such as the former High Court, Secretariat buildings, Strand Hotel and St. Paul’s English High School. Visitors to Yangon can also expect to take in a myriad of sights and sounds in popular spiritual and tourist destinations such as the Karaweik Palace, Shwedagon Pagoda and the temples of Bagan, the city’s green parks and gardens and museums that offer good insights into the history and culture of Myanmar. They can also enjoy a variety of flavorful Burnese fare that has been inspired by a mix of Chinese, Indian and Thailand cuisine.

Cheap flights between Singapore and Yangon will be increasingly in demand thanks to increased business and leisure interest for Yangon from Singapore and Singapore from Yangon. Because of the vast opportunities, Yangon is becoming a popular destination for businessmen from Singapore. It is also fast becoming an attractive tourism spot for Singapore residents, drawing a constant stream of visitors to its rich heritage. On the other hand Singapore is also increasingly becoming popular business and leisure destination from Myanmar. There are currently 50,000 strong Burmese community in Singapore and the flights will also benefit them.

Low cost airline Tigerair (formerly Tiger Airways) operates services to regional destinations in Southeast Asia, Australia, China and India from its main base at Singapore Changi Airport. It usually flies to destinations within 5-hours flight distance from Singapore.

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