Flights from Singapore to Tokyo

Flight information Singapore Changi to Tokyo

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Direct airlines


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Average flight time, total distance 3313 miles

6h 30min

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Singapore Airlines

Tokyo Narita and Tokyo Haneda

2 airports

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Tokyo Hotels

Park Hyatt Tokyo


The Westin Tokyo


Hyatt Regency Tokyo


Flight Information

You're in luck if you're looking for nonstop, cheap flights from Singapore to Tokyo. Singapore Airlines, ANA, JAL, and Delta all fly the direct route from Singapore to Tokyo. Flights depart for Japan each day of the week. They typically leave in the morning, early afternoon, or late at night. This allows passengers to arrive in Tokyo at a reasonable hour.

Singapore Airlines, JAL, and ANA also offer cheap flights from Singapore to Tokyo with connections. Cebu Pacific, China Eastern, Korean Air, Philippine Airlines, Malaysia, China Southern, Scoot, and China Airlines have flights available. With these airlines, you might stop in cities like Manila, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Taipei, Shanghai, or Seoul. These flights from Singapore to Tokyo are also available each day.

People flying from Singapore to Tokyo will depart from Singapore Changi Airport (SIN). There are four numbered terminals in this airport. Singapore Changi Airport has several shopping areas, including duty-free zones. There are fast-food establishments as well as sit-down restaurants. You can pick up something to-go for your trip from Singapore to Tokyo. Arrive three hours prior to your departure with your passport ready to present upon check-in. You'll also need your passport handy to go through customs when you land.

Flights from Singapore to Tokyo either land at Narita International Airport (NRT) or Tokyo International Airport (HAN). Tokyo International Airport is commonly referred to as Haneda Airport.

Narita is farther away from the centre of Tokyo, but like Haneda, it's connected to the metro area by train. NRT has two rail stations. The first is in Terminal 1, and it's called Narita Airport Terminal Station. Airport Terminal Station 2 is in Terminal 2. Travellers arriving in Terminal 3 can either take a 15-minute walk or a five-minute bus ride to Terminal Station 2. If you prefer other modes of transport, you can take a high-speed bus or taxi to your hotel.

Haneda has three terminals: Terminal 1, Terminal 2, and the International Terminal. There are train stations at each of the terminals. The Tokyo Monorail has stops at Terminals 1 and 2. The Keikyu train system has a station between Terminals 1 and 2 and at the international terminal. Buses, taxis, and private car services are also easily found outside the airport.

What to Expect When Arriving in Tokyo

Tokyo is only one hour ahead of Singapore. You will have to exchange your money for yen. Several exchange centres are located in the Tokyo airports. If you don't exchange right away, you may be able to use credit cards for many transactions. There are also exchange centres in several local hotels and shopping centers. Both Singapore and Tokyo are expensive places to live, eat, and shop.

The Weather in Tokyo

Like Singapore, Tokyo has warm summer weather. They differ, though, in that Tokyo is much cooler in the winter. Highs are sometimes only in the single digits, and lows are just a few °C.

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