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Compare cheap airfare tickets and flexible date options to China, Capital Intl Airport, PEK in 2023/2024 with FlightsFinder departing from Singapore as well as the rest of the world. The GEO coordinates for Capital Intl Airport are 40.08010101, 116.5849991, located in the country of China. To find the cheapest airfare tickets to China simply enter the departure airport you wish to fly from and then choose your travel dates. The more flexible you are with your travel dates the cheaper your flight to China can potentially be. We give you the ability to look for flexible airfare tickets to China 3 days before and after your travel dates or if you prefer you can browse our powerful flexible airfare ticket calendar to see prices in the entire month or even the entire year of 2023/2024. Once you have identified the cheapest days to fly to China simply hit search and you will be presented with our meta-meta search® dashboard which enables you to search and compare the best airfare ticket comparison sites side by side in seconds. Our research shows that by comparing multiple airfare ticket comparison sites you are highly likely to save up to 20% off the price of your airline ticket to China. We search KAYAK.sg, Skyscanner.com.sg, momondo, Cheapflights.com.sg, KIWI, Jetradar and others to make sure you get the best price possible. We recommend you compare at least 4 separate airfare ticket comparison sites on our dashboard to be sure you are getting the best deal possible. Also on this page you will find the average flight time and distance to China from Singapore Changi Airport. We also list the best things to do in China, the weather in China, a map of China, some travel videos of China and most searched for airfare routes to Capital Intl Airport PEK from Singapore Airport.
Historic structure winding across China
Palace complex from 1420 with a museum
Site famed for ancient, imposing statues
Famed waterside walkway with city views
Iconic lakeside retreat for royalty
Famed & historic temple complex
Immense, famed plaza & cultural site
Famed royal retreat from 17th century
Winding, famed classical garden
Nuorilang Waterfall & Five Flower Lake
Iconic lake with walking paths & temples
Iconic tower with city views
Popular section of iconic structure
Prominent peak sacred in 4 religions
One of the Five Great Mountains of China
Sprawling palace complex & museum
Deep, landmark canyon with river vistas
7th-century Buddhist landmark
Massive, ancient stone statue
Scenic, high-elevation mountain
Shanghai's main shopping street
Towering peak with a cable car & temple
Cliff-hanging walkway & glass skywalk
Mountain massif with a viewing platform
1,000-year-old former imperial park
City vistas & lush landscapes
Ancient system of emperor's tombs
Monumental entrance to Forbidden City
Vibrant Tibetan Buddhist temple complex
Facility with Giant Pandas & more
Soaring skyscraper with dining & views
Buddhist temple with a hallowed shrine
Compact isle with scenic paths & beaches
Picturesque area with colorful pools
Soaring skyscraper with scenic views
UNESCO–listed cliff cave carvings site
Well-known, large shopping street
604-m. tower with a rooftop viewing deck
Amusement park and roller coaster
Acclaimed stadium with modern design
Historic neighborhood with an artsy vibe
Giant museum of Chinese cultural relics
Temples with ancient Buddhist cave art
Reservoir, river, canyon and historic site
Large park, garden & palace site
Colorful stalactite cave with tours
Buddha statues hewn out of the rock
Ruins located in a scenic park
Monastery with many sculptures
UNESCO mountain area & Taoist heartland
Ming-era garden with 3 individual areas
Historic red drum tower
Museum & mausoleum of Mao Zedong
Long-running zoo with giant pandas
Modern museum with ancient relics
UNESCO-listed classical Chinese gardens
127-story high-rise with 2 observatories
Historic, atmospheric urban village
Giant waterfall & national scenic area
Cutting-edge art galleries & hip cafes
Elephant-shaped hill along the water
Scenic mountain lake with fishing
Buddhist temple from the 4th century
Towering peak & mountaineering spot
Giant, ancient Tibetan Buddhist complex
Ancient functioning irrigation system
Scenic lake with an energetic nightlife
Buddhist temple famed for kung fu
Monumental ancient walls with biking
Restored section of the Great Wall
Park with a section of the Great Wall
UNESCO-recognized classical garden
Historic gatehouse with a museum
Tomb of one of modern China's founders
Wetlands with eateries & festivals
Elaborate, reconstructed, 5-story tower
World's 2nd largest shifting sand desert
Park with roller coasters & thrill rides
Ancient & multi-religion hanging temple
Chinese artifacts in a Pei-designed site
Charming seaside park in rocky surrounds
World's highest peak for mountaineers
Storied peak with multiple summit routes
Climbing peak at the Nepal-Tibet border
Towering peak in the Everest massif
2nd-highest mountain peak in the world
Sixth-highest peak on the planet
17th-century fort with a rooftop park
Mountain with well-known hiking routes
Mountain pass off the ancient Silk Road
Scenic alpine lake & pilgrimage site
Pyramidal peak near Mt. Everest
Flights from Singapore, Singapore - Changi Airport (SIN) to China (PEK) - The flight distance between these airports is 2,790 miles (4,491 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 6 hours 42 minutes.
China has been a fairly insulated country for the last few thousand years. To this day visitors to this nation find it difficult to cover all the sights and sounds which are present in this vast and fascinating country.
This is the most populated country in the world, with over 1.3 billion citizens it has a rich history full of ancient artefacts and interesting stories. When thinking of China people think of a mystical land where ancient dynasties once ruled and a great civilisation flourished.
Amongst the most popular attractions in China are areas such as the famous Silk Road, an ancient trade route that stretched all the way from Italy across the Central Asian republics all the way to China. Other attractions include the Great Wall of China, the Forbidden Palace and the terracotta army, a magnificent display of thousands of life-size clay warriors built by the Emperor to immortalise his power.
China was under Communist rule since 1949, however, in recent times is developing rapidly in the social and economic areas. China's economy is set to be one of the world's largest and huge emphasis is being made by the authorities on the tourist industry and infrastructure.
The government is keen to let people come and experience the mysteries that China has to offer to try to make it one of the most attractive destinations on earth. You will be amazed at how much development has taken place in this country in such a short time, for example in Shanghai, they have practically developed into a sprawling metropolis in the space of 10 years.
Beijing, likewise, is undergoing dramatic changes in preparation for the Olympics which is going to be held here in the year 2008.
The official language of the Chinese is Mandarin beside that numerous other dialects are also spoken in the region. English speakers should have no difficulty conversing within the tourist areas. There is a small risk of malaria in outer areas of the country and it would be best advised to seek medical knowledge before departing to this region if at risk.
Bird flu was reported to have spread initially from China back in November 2005. However, the risk from this and SARS is minimal today and has been officially declared over by the authorities. Notwithstanding this care should be taken, and poultry and egg dishes should be carefully cooked.
Tipping is not a custom that is required generally, however, due to the influx of numerous Western tourists this is becoming quite a common practice. Usually, a 10% surcharge is applied to the bill as part of the service. In conclusion, China is a hugely interesting country with many things to do and see for the curious traveller.
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Cheapest flight price found from Singapore (SIN), Singapore to Haikou, China (HAK): S$212
Depart: 02 Mar 2024 · Return: 09 Mar 2024 Price found 28 May 2023, 10:57