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Toronto to Singapore - $674 RT (September 2018-June 2019)

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Toronto to Singapore - $674 RT (September 2018-June 2019)

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Flights from Toronto to Singapore are available for $674 RT (flights are available from September 2018 through June 2019. I believe they were available earlier in the year as well, but don't see an active thread about it. Very easy to find these Air Canada/United combinations on Google Flights. Note that even if the price says it's more than $674 (i.e. ~$800), when you click through to the booking site, it seems to show the $674 price.

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https://www.google.ca/flights#flt=YYZ.S ... .CAD.67366
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nice deal. I'm taking advantage of all the recent sale prices to various asian destinations. Have done China 3x, japan, and Vietnam so far. Cheaper than flying across canada.
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robertmay wrote:
Sep 11th, 2018 10:41 pm
nice deal. I'm taking advantage of all the recent sale prices to various asian destinations. Have done China 3x, japan, and Vietnam so far. Cheaper than flying across canada.
Out of the 3 which was your favorite?
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Book with United or Book with a travel agent, it is same price.
Though travel agents may charge an additional fee for booking, which is better for traveler considering potential risks?
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toguy wrote:
Sep 11th, 2018 10:31 pm
Flights from Toronto to Singapore are available for $674 RT (flights are available from September 2018 through June 2019. I believe they were available earlier in the year as well, but don't see an active thread about it. Very easy to find these Air Canada/United combinations on Google Flights. Note that even if the price says it's more than $674 (i.e. ~$800), when you click through to the booking site, it seems to show the $674 price.

An example:

https://www.google.ca/flights#flt=YYZ.S ... .CAD.67366
US $ or $CAD? I think USD
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pazivai wrote:
Sep 11th, 2018 11:29 pm
US $ or $CAD? I think USD
google.ca/flights always show prices in CAD.
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My experience with AC has never been great. I've stopped flying with them (internationally) for a few years now.
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Singapore is the most boring travel destination I have ever been to. It's such an artificially clean, controlled and contrived society. The nanny state gone wrong. Plus there really isn't much to do at all there unless you're a millionnaire. Also people don't feel genuine and have this competitive vibe to them. The older Chinese residents are especially rude and always look annoyed. The younger ones are usually more approcheable and kinder.

IMO it's only worth it as a hub to visit other Asian destinations. But then again Manila offers far more dirt cheap international flights with Cebu Pacific. You can even go to Sydney for a little more than 300$. And it's far cheaper to be lodged around the Manila airport than in Singapore.

The only thing I really liked is the delicious and affordable Chinese food. But then again, other places offer it for better and cheaper.
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Poutinesauce wrote:
Sep 12th, 2018 12:11 am
Singapore is the most boring travel destination I have ever been to. It's such an artificially clean, controlled and contrived society. The nanny state gone wrong. Plus there really isn't much to do at all there unless you're a millionnaire. Also people don't feel genuine and have this competitive vibe to them. The older Chinese residents are especially rude and always look annoyed. The younger ones are usually more approcheable and kinder.

IMO it's only worth it as a hub to visit other Asian destinations. But then again Manila offers far more dirt cheap international flights with Cebu Pacific. You can even go to Sydney for a little more than 300$. And it's far cheaper to be lodged around the Manila airport than in Singapore.

The only thing I really liked is the delicious and affordable Chinese food. But then again, other places offer it for better and cheaper.
agreed. nothing but shopping. the marina bay sands and gardens by the bay are good I guess. but skip it and go to kuala lumpur instead.
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robertmay wrote:
Sep 11th, 2018 10:41 pm
nice deal. I'm taking advantage of all the recent sale prices to various asian destinations. Have done China 3x, japan, and Vietnam so far. Cheaper than flying across canada.
Have you seen one to Philippines?
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glover78 wrote:
Sep 12th, 2018 2:22 am
Have you seen one to Philippines?
There was $430 deal from YVR to Angeles City Oct last year.
Also there are few sub 500's from yvr to mnl as well
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robertmay wrote:
Sep 11th, 2018 10:41 pm
nice deal. I'm taking advantage of all the recent sale prices to various asian destinations. Have done China 3x, japan, and Vietnam so far. Cheaper than flying across canada.
How are you finding these sale prices? I've been looking for flights to asia to no avail :(
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Poutinesauce wrote:
Sep 12th, 2018 12:11 am
Singapore is the most boring travel destination I have ever been to. It's such an artificially clean, controlled and contrived society. The nanny state gone wrong. Plus there really isn't much to do at all there unless you're a millionnaire. Also people don't feel genuine and have this competitive vibe to them. The older Chinese residents are especially rude and always look annoyed. The younger ones are usually more approcheable and kinder.

IMO it's only worth it as a hub to visit other Asian destinations. But then again Manila offers far more dirt cheap international flights with Cebu Pacific. You can even go to Sydney for a little more than 300$. And it's far cheaper to be lodged around the Manila airport than in Singapore.

The only thing I really liked is the delicious and affordable Chinese food. But then again, other places offer it for better and cheaper.
Agreed. It feels like going to an adult "disneyworld". I've been to SG a few times and would rank it among the lowest in SEA. Not to say one should not visit it ever, but check out other places first.
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Deal Dead? Price shown 793, and the booking site the same.
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Simpleray wrote:
Sep 12th, 2018 10:17 am
Deal Dead? Price shown 793, and the booking site the same.
Yeah, it looks like the price went up. My wildly misinformed guess is that the pricing algorithms are just reacting to the travel deal blog/RFD uptick in activity. If you aren't in a hurry just take note of the route, because I've seen the price go down below $700 several times going back to last year.

Also, as mentioned above Singapore is fun and interesting for 2 days maximum. It's definitely possible to entertain yourself for longer, but if you are just looking at touristy stuff you sort of exhaust your options pretty quickly.

This route works well as a gateway to the rest of Asia. If you are willing to play with google flights a bit, it is possible to include Singapore in a multi-stop itinerary to lower the cost of a normally expensive direct flight. For example I was toying with a Toronto-Singapore-Tokyo combination and the lowest I got was sub-$800. Sure there's more flying time and I have to add Singapore to my trip, but price difference makes it worth it to me.
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