Flights from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore
Flight information Kuala Lumpur to Singapore Changi
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Airlines that fly from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore
There are at least 39 direct flights per day between Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia and Changi in Singapore. All flights depart from Kuala Lumpur International Airport and arrive at Singapore Changi Airport. Daily passenger services are provided by AirAsia, Oman Air, Malindo Air, Jetstar, Singapore Airlines, Silkair, and Malaysia Airlines. Uzbekistan Airways has flights on Tuesdays. Virgin Australia and Air New Zealand also provide scheduled flights between the two locations.
The Main Terminal Building of Kuala Lumpur International Airport is situated between the two runways. It features 216 check-in counters. International departures are handled at Satellite Terminal A, which can be reached via the Aerotrain. The terminal has plenty of duty-free shops and boutiques of international brands such as Mango, Montblanc, and Burberry. There are also several restaurants, free Wi-Fi, prayer rooms, showers, lounges, children's play areas, and massage service. In the middle of the terminal is a natural Malaysian rainforest. For passengers of AirAsia, the terminal used is the low-cost carrier terminal klia2, 2 km away from the MTB. The rest of the airlines use the Satellite Terminal A for international flights to Singapore.
Singapore Changi Airport has two international terminals, Terminals 2 and 3. Flights from Kuala Lumpur may arrive at any of the two terminals, so make sure to check the ticket, online, or with a representative of the airline to know which terminal will be used by the specific flight. Changi Airport provides a wide range of facilities and services for its passengers. The airport provides an inter-terminal transportation via the Changi Airport Skytrain, which operates between Terminals 1, 2, and 3, with a total of seven stations. There are separate cars for air-side (transit) and land-side (public) passengers for each train. From the airport, one can reach the city centre by taking the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) network, buses (operated by SBS Transit and SMRT Buses), the free shuttle bus that runs between Changi Airport (T3) and Changi Business Park, and taxis that are available at the taxi stands at the arrival halls of each terminal.
First and foremost, citizens of Malaysia who have plans to visit Singapore will need to apply for a visa. The 'purpose of visit' must be clear to the traveller from the very beginning. Complete a visa application form (which can be downloaded online) and affix one recent (taken within the last three months) passport-sized coloured photograph with a white background. The measurement must be 45mm x 35mm. The traveller will also need to bring their valid passport, copy of the original passport, 133.50 MYR to cover the fees, and other supporting documents (e.g. a letter from employee or school) if any. Married travellers will also need to present a copy of the Malaysian marriage certificate or Singapore marriage certificate, as well as an ID copy of the spouse. Make sure all the information and documents are complete, and submit the application at the VFS centre. The application can be tracked online at Singapore Immigration & Checkpoints Authority.
Upon arrival at Changi Airoprt, simply follow the signs for baggage claim and proceed to immigration and customs. Please be sure to file a report if carrying over 112687.50 MYR (30,000 USD).
What to expect in Singapore
There is no time difference between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, so no adjustments will be necessary.
Kuala Lumpur's climate is classified as tropical rainforest climate. This entails warm and sunny days for the most part, but with abundant rainfall usually from October to March, which is the northeast monsoon season.
Singapore also has a tropical rainforest climate, without any true distinct seasons. It is one degree north of the equator, and experiences uniform temperature and high humidity. There is also abundant rainfall; the western side of Singapore receives much more than the eastern side, hence the latter tends to be drier and slightly hotter.
This information is correct as of June 2015. Information as stated on this page was retrieved on June 2015.
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