Quick Travel Guide: Singapore to Seoul

Quick Travel Guide: Singapore to Seoul

Seoul – The City That Never Sleeps

With an eclectic mix of attractions and entertainment ranging from sprawling palaces to cooking dance shows, Seoul is the city of the popular “Gangnam Style”. If you're thinking of traveling to Seoul for your holiday, we've got some travel facts for you right here!


Three full-service airlines operate directly between Singapore and Seoul.

Singapore Airlines operates 12 flights a week

Asiana Airlines operates a daily flight (twice daily during peak holiday seasons)

Korean Air operates twice daily flights from Singapore to Seoul.

Flight Time

If you’re coming from Singapore – Changi Airport, the flight will take about 6 hours and 30 minutes to reach Incheon Airport (Seoul).

Getting Around Seoul (and Areas to Stay)

Transportation is super easy. You can practically get around the entire city on subway. (English signs are available as well.) We would recommend that you book your hotel somewhere close to these Metro stations – Seoul Station, City Hall, Myeong-dong. Of course, taxis are readily available and Korean taxis are among the cheapest in the world!

Electricity and Plugs

The electrical outlets in Seoul provide the standard 220V and have two round holes (Source: Wikipedia: Mains electricity by Country)

Currency Exchange

Currently, SGD 1 is about KRW 830 (Korean Won).

You can refer to Yahoo Currency for the latest update on Forex currency rates.

1 comment

  • Holidays.SG says:

    One of our Facebook Fans has pointed out that there is a black colored taxi company in Seoul where the meter jumps double in price compared to normal taxis! While the taxi company is unknown, she mentioned that most of the drivers are able to speak English (which is probably why the meter runs faster!)

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