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Cheapest Flights from Singapore to Nagpur

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Duration
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Lowest Fare
Date
05-Jan-23
Departure
05:30 - 21:30
Duration
16h 00m
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Connecting
Lowest Fare
₹19059

Date
06-Jan-23
Departure
05:30 - 15:05
Duration
09h 35m
Stops
Connecting
Lowest Fare
₹19059

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Book Singapore to Nagpur flight tickets with IndiGo

For availing maximum benefits, it is recommended to book Singapore to Nagpur flight tickets at least 3 months in advance of the travel date. Passengers can avail separate discounts on its return tickets from Nagpur to Singapore. IndiGo does not offer any direct flight from Singapore to Nagpur. The layovers of these connecting flights are New Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Kolkata.

What is Nagpur best known for?

Nagpur is the winter capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra. It was founded by Gond King Bakht Buland Shah of Deogarh in 1703. The city was later united with the Maratha Empire under the royal Bhonsale dynasty. Majorly, Nagpur is famous for its oranges. Because of being a prominent trade center and cultivation of oranges, the city is also called the Orange city. Furthermore, Nagpur is also known for its tiger reserves as the city houses several tiger reserves. With Nagpur being one of the fastest growing cities in India, It has everything that makes it a stopover.

Here are the best-known places in Nagpur

  • Zero Milestone: The Zero Milestone is a major landmark of Nagpur and shows the geographical centre of the Indian peninsula. The structure has four horses and a sandstone pillar.
  • Deekshabhoomi Stupa: The Buddhist monument is located in the middle of Nagpur. It is built exactly where Dr Ambedkar converted to Buddhism.
  • Nagpur Central Museum: This is a 150 yr old museum. It showcases historical art and architectural pieces and several other historically prominent artifacts.
  • Khindsi Lake: The Khindsi Lake has a world record in its name for being India’s biggest boating center. A trip to Nagpur is not complete without visiting this lake.
  • Dragon Palace Buddhist Temple: The Buddhist temple was built by the Mother Noriko Ogawa Society of Japan. It is a short drive away from Nagpur and is also known as the Lotus Temple of Nagpur. The temple is a sign of Indo-Japanese friendship.

Airport in Nagpur

Nagpur Airport also known as Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport is located at Sonegaon, 8 km South-West of Nagpur. The airport has one terminal and two aerobridges.

  • Airport address - Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport, Sonegaon, Nagpur, Maharashtra
  • IATA code - NAG

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All about Singapore

Located in Southeast Asia, Singapore was founded in the 19th century by Sir Stamford Raffles of the East India Company in 1819. It is nestled at the tip of the Malay peninsula. Singapore got its name from the words Singa and pura, which means lion and city in Malay. Singapore is popularly known as being the only island city-state. Singapore has a multicultural society and colonial heritage with a blend of Chinese, Tamil, Malay and Peranakan influences. Currently, the economy of Singapore is one of the most stable across the world. Furthermore, Singaporean cuisine is a testament to its multicultural heritage. The best time to explore Singapore is from July to September.

Here are things Singapore is best known for

  • National Museum of Singapore: Singapore's oldest museum is the National Museum of Singapore and was built in 1849. The museum showcases Singapore's history.
  • Gardens by the Bay: One of the major tourist attractions in Singapore, this colorful garden has a huge Supertree Grove, Cloud Forest and colorful Flower Dome with intermittent sprays of mist to recreate a rainforest.
  • Sentosa Island: Sentosa Island is a full package for entertainment. It is full of tourist attractions like Universal Studios Singapore, Battlestar Galactica rides, Madame Tussauds, its incredible 4D Transformer, Resorts World and S.E.A. Aquarium.
  • ArtScience Museum: ArtScience Museum was inaugurated in 2011. The museum is the world's first ArtScience museum. It is famous for exhibitions that merge art, culture, science and technology.
  • Singapore river cruise: Experience the beauty of Singapore on a boat ride from the iconic Merlion statue to different landmarks.
  • Jurong Bird Park: Tourists can experience the free High Flyer show at this park. If you are at this park, it is recommended to combine your tour with an all-access pass to the troika of parks Singapore Zoo, River Safari and Singapore Night Safari.

Airport in Singapore

Singapore's Changi Airport is counted amongst Asia's largest transportation hubs. This premiere airport is one of the busiest in the world in terms of international passengers as well as cargo traffic.

  • Airport address - Singapore Changi Airport, Airport Blvd., Singapore
  • IATA code - SIN

FAQs about Singapore to Nagpur flights

Does IndiGo offer any direct flight from Singapore to Nagpur?

No, IndiGo does not offer any direct non-stop flight from Singapore to Nagpur.

What are the layover cities on an IndiGo flight from Singapore to Nagpur?

The layover cities on an IndiGo flight from Singapore to Nagpur can be New Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Kolkata depending on the flight you choose.

Is vegetarian meal for kids available on IndiGo flights?

Yes, vegetarian meals are available for kids on IndiGo flights. The kids' menu items are available for pre-booking only.

Does IndiGo offer direct flight from Nagpur to Mumbai?

Yes, Nagpur is connected to major cities of India though IndiGo direct flights.

Where can I stay in Nagpur near its airport?

There are several staying options near Nagpur airport including Le Méridien on Wardha Road, Tuli Imperial on Ramdaspeth, Radisson Blu Hotel on Wardha Road and The Legend Inn in Sonegaon.

What is the maximum weight allowed for my hand baggage on IndiGo international flights?

Passengers can carry not more than 7 kg of hand baggage on all IndiGo flights. However, for some international IndiGo flights, you can also carry a hand baggage up to 8 kg.

What are the modes of transportation I can get outside Nagpur airport?

Nagpur is well-equipped with different kinds of modes of transportation including buses and auto-rickshaws.

Does IndiGo offer free snacks on its Singapore to Nagpur flight?

No, IndiGo does not serve complimentary snacks on-board. However, you may purchase food items on-board on the basis of their availability.

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