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Nestled on the emerald isle of Ireland, Dublin is a vibrant city that seamlessly blends rich history with modern charm. From the iconic Georgian architecture lining its cobbled streets to the lively pubs echoing with traditional music, Dublin captivates visitors with its unique character and warm hospitality. Stroll along the banks of the River Liffey, explore the historic Trinity College, or immerse yourself in the literary heritage of famed writers like James Joyce and Oscar Wilde. With its bustling markets, lush parks, and welcoming locals, Dublin invites you to experience a cultural tapestry woven with a contemporary flair.

Which month is cheapest to fly to Dublin?

The cheapest month to fly to Dublin is typically in January or February.

What is the cheapest flight to Dublin that we have found?

The best price we found is for S$847 from Singapore to Dublin.

Which popular airlines fly to Dublin?

Some popular airlines include: SWISS, Shenzhen Airlines.

What is considered a good price to Dublin?

A good price for a flight to Dublin is S$762 - S$932.

Which popular airports are close to Dublin?

The popular airports near Dublin include Dublin Airport, Belfast International Airport, Cork Airport, and Shannon Airport.

How long does it take to fly to Dublin?

The flight to Dublin (DUB) is roughly 15 hours 58 minutes and 6,965 miles (11,209 kilometres) from Singapore, Singapore - Changi Airport (SIN).

How do I find the cheapest possible flights to Dublin?

The best way is to compare flights to Dublin from leading comparison sites using our search engine dashboard.

Things to do in Dublin

Guinness Storehouse

Immersive brand experience & rooftop bar

Temple Bar

Live music & the Project Arts Centre

Dublin Castle

Museums, state rooms & a Gothic chapel

Phoenix Park

Enormous green space housing Dublin Zoo

Kilmainham Gaol

Prison telling stories of Ireland's past

St Stephen's Green

Park, garden, and monument

Jameson Distillery Bow St.

Tours of the famous whiskey distillery

Christ Church Cathedral

Medieval edifice with a crypt & cafe

Malahide Castle & Gardens

Well-kept, 12th-century bastion

Dublin Zoo

Popular naturally landscaped zoo

Ha'penny Bridge

Landmark 1800s pedestrian bridge

Powerscourt House & Gardens

Historic country estate & grand gardens

St Patrick's Cathedral

Medieval building with musical recitals

The Spire

Towering stainless steel monument

National Botanic Gardens

Formal & natural landscapes & palm house

National Gallery of Ireland

Ireland's national art collection

Chester Beatty

Rare religious & artistic manuscripts

Merrion Square South

Park, art museum, monument, history, and art

The Little Museum of Dublin

People's museum of 20th-century Dublin

Irish Museum of Modern Art

Modern art in a 17th-century hospital

National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology

Museum reflecting 4000 years of heritage

National Museum of Ireland - Natural History Museum

Restored Victorian natural displays


Interactive Viking & medieval history

Dublin Writers Museum

Literary history in 18th-century mansion

Glasnevin Cemetery (Grounds)

Open-air museum with guided tours

An Post, General Post Office

Compact museum of the post office

Molly Malone Statue

Statue based on a popular Irish song

The National Wax Museum Plus

Celebrity waxwork attraction

Saint Stephen's Green

Public park with tree-lined walks

National Leprechaun Museum of Ireland

Hands-on displays about Irish folklore

The Book of Kells

Famous illuminated religious manuscript

Powerscourt Waterfall

398-ft. waterfall in picturesque park

Viking Splash Tours

Amphibious buses for sightseeing

The Custom House

Cupola-topped waterfront building

The Jeanie Johnston: An Irish Famine Story

Tours of replica 1850s emigrants' vessel

The Hugh Lane

Small gallery for impressionist works

Dublin Bay

Striking coastal views & nature reserve

Irish Whiskey Museum

Interactive displays & whiskey tasting

Farmleigh House & Estate

18th-century estate with gardens & tours

Glasnevin Cemetery Museum

Cemetery museum with history exhibits

O'Connell Bridge

Historic stone & granite road bridge

Howth Castle

Medieval-era castle offering tours

Samuel Beckett Bridge

Modern bridge spanning the River Liffey

Wellington Testimonial

Obelisk commemorating military victories

Castletown House

18th-century Palladian-style mansion

Teeling Whiskey Distillery

Modern distillery of Irish whiskey

Bull Island

Island with golf courses & kitesurfing

Iveagh Gardens

Restored city-centre Victorian gardens

National Library of Ireland

Imposing Victorian reference library

Marlay Park

Semi-rural park with sports & woodland

James Joyce Tower & Museum

Squat defensive tower with Joyce museum

Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre

Living history in 15th-century tower

Casino of Marino

Unique & elegant 18th-century house

James Joyce Centre

Small museum for early Joyce writing

City Hall

Georgian civic building offering tours

Killiney Hill

Hiking spot with sea & mountain views

Irish National War Memorial Gardens

Garden commemorating WWI's fallen Irish

Johnnie Fox's Pub

Traditional pub with live Irish music

Bray Head

A promenade leads to a hill with a cross

Sport Ireland: National Aquatic Centre

Swimming, fitness classes & water slides

Poolbeg Lighthouse

Red lighthouse reachable by long seawall

GAA Museum & Tours

Ireland's distinct athletic heritage

Saint Annes Park

Park and garden

Ireland's Eye

Small island for climbing & birding

Garden House

Country estate from the 17th century

St Michan's Church

Medieval tower & crypts with mummies

Áras an Uachtaráin

Residence of the President of Ireland

Great Sugar Loaf

Steep mountain with scenic views

RHA Gallery (Royal Hibernian Academy)

Contemporary Irish art gallery

Science Gallery Dublin

Science & art melded into single museum

Imaginosity, Dublin Children's Museum

Hands on children's science museum

Garden of Remembrance

Small memorial garden

Airfield Estate

Heritage & gardens on family farm estate

Dalkey Island

Uninhabited island with historic ruins


Indoor water center with a pool & slides

SEA LIFE Bray Aquarium

Oceanic exhibits for all ages

Butlers Chocolates Factory & Chocolate Café

Upscale chocolatier & coffee shop

Lambay Island

Picturesque island with tours & a castle

Swords Castle

Castle, history, and architecture

Rathfarnham Castle

Elizabethan castle with a toy collection

Leinster House

Seat of the Irish national parliament

Montpelier Hill

Hill & 18th century hunting lodge ruins

Forty Foot

Iconic promontory with ocean swimming

Sandymount Strand

Spacious sand beach for walks

Weather in Dublin


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If you're looking for the capital of the Republic of Ireland, then head straight to Dublin. Once there, make sure you take the time to see all the variety the city has to offer.

While you may not be surprised by the number of pubs in the city, you'll surely be enchanted by the inviting parks that dot the city and the variety of cultural and historical opportunities that await you.

Dublin is a great city to discover on foot. Stroll along the River Liffey which slices through the city and plays on the tide of the sea. Nine bridges make it easy to go from on side of the river and back as you spot various points of interest along the way.

Strewn with historical landmarks, there are plenty of cathedrals, and elegant buildings that take you back to days of yore. Stop to visit the Four Courts and marvel at the architecture of James Gandon. Continue downstream for another mile and see Custom House.

Castles await visitors and take you on a journey back through time. Disused gaols, or prisons, like Kilmainham Gaol built in 1792, are also of interest and shouldn't be missed. If you are a literature enthusiast, the literary trails, expertly guided to bring you to the birthplaces of many well known writers and famous poets alike is a must.

So what are you waiting for? find your cheap flights to Dublin now!

Flights from Singapore, Singapore - Changi Airport (SIN) to Dublin (DUB) - The flight distance between these airports is 6,965 miles (11,209 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 15 hours 58 minutes.

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From Singapore (SIN), Singapore to Dublin, Ireland (DUB): S$847

Depart: 24 Nov 2024 · Return: 25 Jan 2025 Price found 13 Jun 2024, 15:32

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