Ever wondered where Singaporeans usually fly to for New Year’s Eve?

By November 22, 2017Travel

TL;DR – Here we go.

Based on data for a 26 – 31 December 2016 travel window at travel booking site Expedia, Tokyo, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Taipei and Bali are the top five destinations for Singaporeans to celebrate New Year’s Eve.

Tokyo (via)

The top 15 most popular destinations from Singapore include,

  1. Tokyo
  2. Bangkok
  3. Hong Kong
  4. Taipei
  5. Bali
  6. Seoul
  7. Kuala Lumpur
  8. Manila
  9. Phuket
  10. Ho Chi Minh City
  11. Perth
  12. Osaka
  13. Penang
  14. Hanoi
  15. Shanghai

Additionally, if you are still planning your year-end holidays, it appears that for the cheapest average ticket prices for flights during the NYE period, Kuala Lumpur takes the number one spot, followed by Penang and Langkawi.

Berjaya Hotel, Langkawi (via)

Based on 2016 data, these are the top 15 destinations with the lowest air fares from Singapore during the same 26 – 31 December 2016 travel window.

  1. Kuala Lumpur
  2. Penang
  3. Langkawi
  4. Surabaya
  5. Jakarta
  6. Bangkok
  7. Bandung
  8. Ho Chi Minh City
  9. Krabi
  10. Rangoon
  11. Phnom Penh
  12. Phuket
  13. Hanoi
  14. Manila
  15. Bali

As for 2017, it looks like Singaporeans will be heading to Bangkok and Taipei instead. According to flight searches on Expedia.com.sg between 15 August to 15 September 2017, with a departure date of 30-31 December 2017, Bangkok, Taipei, Manila, Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur currently make up the top five most searched destinations this NYE.

Siam Paragon, Bangkok (via)

Here are the top 15,

  1. Bangkok
  2. Taipei
  3. Manila
  4. Hong Kong
  5. Kuala Lumpur
  6. Bali
  7. Penang
  8. Tokyo
  9. Phuket
  10. Seoul
  11. Melbourne
  12. Krabi
  13. Sydney
  14. Sapporo
  15. Angeles City


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