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If you haven’t already been, Singapore is boatloads of fun. It’s got…everything. High rise, swanky hotels with incredible infinity pools, vibrant cocktail bars, the most gardens per capita of almost any city on earth, beaches. It’s a destination amongst destinations. Though getting there is usually at least $1000, you can get there for half that, thanks to a very nice limited time sale!

The Amazing Deals To Singapore…

Star Alliance airlines Air China and United have launched a seriously aggressive sale from many US cities, including New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles (and many others) to Singapore. From June to December you can grab an incredible deal to check out one of the world’s most exciting cities, and possibly grab a drink bearing it’s namesake…

The Dates You Can Book…

East Coast dates from New York and Chicago are largely bookable during June and July, though New York is also bookable later in the year. West Coast dates from San Francisco or Los Angeles cover more territory from August to December. Here’s a link for a working New York, Chicago, San Francisco or Los Angeles date…

How To Book And Jet Off To Southeast Asia…

Booking this is incredibly easy, and you can even book direct by using any of the Google Flights links above, which will send you to the airline for booking. Alternatively, you can use your favorite online booking agencies (which may even shave a couple bucks off) such as Expedia, Travelocity, SkyScanner or CheapOAir

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