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London: SIA Return Flights

From: Groupon Singapore

London: SIA Return Flights
  • 31 Mar 2015
  • 26 Feb 2015
  • Apr 2015 to May 2015
  • SGD1700
Singapore Airlines is a multi-award winning airline, including Business Traveler USA’s Best Overall Airline in the World 2014, and Viagem & Turismo’s Best International Airline Company 2014.
London is ranked first in TripAdvisor’s top 10 Destinations in the UK.

Fine Print
Book by Date: Mar 31, 2015.
Travel Period: Apr 1, 2015 – May 28, 2015.

Includes (for 1 person):
  • Singapore Airlines return flights to London, United Kingdom.
  • Airport tax and fuel surcharges.
  • On-board meals.
  • 30kg luggage check-in and 7kg hand-carry baggage allowance.

Does Not Include: Accommodation, airport transfer, all meals not specified, travel insurance, items of a personal nature, porterage and tipping and sightseeing not mentioned.
General: Min. 2 to go. Min. 5, max. 21 days to stay. Passports must have a min. validity of 6 months from expiry date on date of travel. Visa application (where applicable) and personal travel documents are the sole responsibility of travellers. Rate is inclusive of applicable taxes and service charges. See the rules that apply to all deals.
Policies: No refund or cancellations allowed upon confirmation of bookings. No-shows forfeit Groupon.
Departure from Singapore on Friday and Saturday: $20 per person.
Departure from London on Sunday and Monday: $20 per person.

Redemption: All bookings must be made by Mar 31, 2015 and at least 7 days prior to check-in.

The deal

Return flights to London
  • Flights for 1 for $1,700 (up to $2,736 value)

London: Essential Anglophile Hub of Culture and History
Emerging from the ancient spur of the Roman-founded citadel of Londinium, the current domain of London beckons travellers far and wide with her smorgasbord of sights and attractions showcasing the pulse of local culture and the affinity for the arts; all strung together by a public transportation system lauded as one of the more efficient travel means about town, comprising the Underground tube train network, buses, and taxis.

The 55 square-mile expanse of London is separated into six transport zones, with more city attractions centred within Zones 1 and 2 – the first of which demarcates the circumference around the ceremonial counties and Cities of London and Westminster. Travels within these two bands augur the appeasing of wanderlust for the Anglophile and architect alike, affording one access to essential British landmarks. Among them is the Buckingham Palace, a grand collection of 775 rooms, interconnected through lavish marble steps and quietly co-inhabited by portraits suspended in their niches, with most of them hanging as they were during Queen Victoria’s reign from 1837. Serving as the official London abode of Britain’s sovereigns ever since, the royal grounds see the running of various official events, banquets, receptions, and Royal Garden Parties, with palace spaces unveiled to the public during summer Saturdays while glimpses of the iconic changing of the Queen’s Guard taking place every other day.
Also occupying many a list of essential English sights are the Houses of Parliament and the widely recognisable Big Ben – the overall structure of which projects monumental sights from its position along the banks of River Thames. Summer tours bring visitors closer within the Neo-Gothic facade of the palaces, while travellers looking for more wholesome views can hunt for ideal photo moments while perched from the London Eye. In addition to iconic landmarks, the tract encompassing the Square Mile offers eye-catching displays of hallowed art and culture spread through numerous museums – most of which do away with admission charges altogether. The more prominent of these is the Victoria and Albert Museum, housing a dizzying array of artful crafts and mementos of creative expression spanning the fields of architecture, photography, painting, and fashion. Among the most prized piece of the museum’s collection is the bronze Chellini Madonna by Donatello, a cast medallion dating all the way back to a time circa 1450. Beyond ancient gems and relics, visitors can also treasure samplings of local cuisine, best exemplified through native staples of fish and chips, bangers and mash, and the locally adapted offering of chicken tikka masala, bound to undo knotted stomachs while tying together London trips.

Flight details
Singapore to London
SQ 306:
Departure time: 1.10am (GMT +8)
Arrival time: 7.45am (GMT)

SQ 308:
Departure time: 9.05am (GMT +8)
Arrival time: 3.40pm (GMT)

SQ 318:
Departure time: 12.35pm (GMT +8)
Arrival time: 7.05pm (GMT)

London to Singapore
SQ 317:
Departure time: 11.30am (GMT)
Arrival time: 7.20am (GMT +8)

SQ 305:
Departure time: 1.35pm (GMT)
Arrival time: 9.25am (GMT +8)

SQ 319:
Departure time: 8.40pm (GMT)
Arrival time: 4.30pm (GMT +8)

SQ 321:
Departure time: 10.05pm (GMT)
Arrival time: 5.55pm (GMT +8)

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