Flights to Seattle

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Flights to Seattle, United States

Seattle is a seaport city and the largest city in the state of Washington. The city has a bustling economy that is at the forefront of technological innovation and a reputation for being the “Coffee Capital” of the US. From Seattle, the Cascade Mountains and the Olympic National Park are easily accessible.

The main international airport in Seattle is the Seattle–Tacoma International Airport.

  • 24 km to central Seattle
  • A taxi ride to central Seattle costs around RM184 (USD43) and takes about 18 minutes


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Seattle is amongst one of the best North American cities to visit from Malaysia. Book your flight to Seattle via the Skyscanner widget above.

Best Time to Visit Seattle

July to September is dry and sunny and generally considered the best time to visit. However, July and august are typically the most crowded months where prices for hotels and flights might increase.

Things to do in Seattle

What to see in Seattle

The 110-year-old Pike Place Market offers food, fresh produce, t-shirts and more. Soak in the vibrant atmosphere of the market and get yourself a souvenir.

The Pioneer Square is the city’s historic heart. The Smith Tower, at 42 stories, stands out among the rest and the observation deck on the 35th floor is ideal for sightseeing.

Take a stroll along the Seattle Waterfront, where you can find tourist attractions, boat tours and ferry docks. At the same time, visit Seattle Aquarium and, the Waterfront Park and Olympic Sculpture Park, which is filled with outdoor artwork.

The Seattle Center, an entertainment complex with theatres, restaurants and sports facilities is a must-visit.

Hiram M Chittenden Locks, also known as Ballard Locks, is unique to Seattle. There, you can watch boat traffic move between Puget Sound and the lakes and see salmon swim upstream.

What to eat in Seattle

Seattle’s population is a mix of different cultures and that is reflected in its food. At Pike Place Market, try the Curry Beef Hom Bow or steamed mussels at the Pike Place French Restaurant. Take-out teriyaki is popular even among locals.

Seafood is fresh and easily available. Have wild salmon from the Copper River and Yukon runs or shellfish at the many Oyster bars.

This information is correct as of 30 July 2017.


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