Fly to Singapore or Dubai with SilkAir and Singapore Airline’s Amazing Fares

By on February 21, 2016

Singapore Airport

If you missed the recent Silk Air Travel Fair at the Ayala Center Cebu or at the Glorietta over the weekend, you can still avail of its all-inclusive round trip promo flights* and other celebratory perks until February 29. All you need to do is to pay a visit at any participating travel agency in your area.

I think that SilkAir’s deal this time is even more attractive than last year’s. For instance, their Cebu-SG-Cebu flight is just pegged at $150. This already includes a generous baggage allowance (30kg for Economy, 35kg for Premium Economy and 40kg Business Class) and in-flight meals. It may not be the cheapest option there is, but when you factor in these two, it has more value-for-money in the end.

Singapore skyline

The best part about this SilkAir route is that the airline flies to squeaky-clean Singapore with a quick stopover at Kalibo if I’m not mistaken. You see, I try to avoid a Manila layover whenever I can considering NAIA’s legendary flight delays and long immigration queues.

Those who will be availing these promotional tickets also have the option to redeem a complimentary SIA Singapore Explorer Pass (which allows travelers hassle-free access to 20 different attractions in the city).

Dubai Metro

Travelers bound for Dubai, South Africa, Australia and other cities beyond Singapore, SilkAir also offers the SIA Singapore Stopover Holiday Package. This includes a 1-night hotel accommodation in the city and return airport transfers. For the complete list of destinations covered by this promo, please visit the SilkAir or Singapore Airlines websites.

All these is part of SilkAir’s celebration of its 50th year in the Philippines. It’s one of their ways to thank their loyal customers for supporting SilkAir and Singapore Airlines throughout the years.


*travel period is until December 31, 2016.

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    February 21, 2016

    So…did this tempt you to buy a ticket to Dubai (for a third visit)?

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      February 21, 2016

      I didn't bai because of the 'unfavorable' holidays this year. 🙁


Brennan Mercado
The Philippines

Brennan is an electronics engineer by profession. From time to time, he gets to travel beyond his office cubicle, try new restaurants or catch up with his terribly long list of unread books. He likes museums, spicy food and talking with habal-habal drivers. For now, he's still deciding on whether to play Pokémon GO or not.

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