Travel to Tibet from Singapore
- Last Updated: 2022-08-05
Singapore is an island country in Southeast Asia as well as global commerce, finance, and transport hub. Located north of the equator, it consists of one main island and 62 islets. As a metropolis, Singapore also owns many tourist attractions, such as Singapore Night Safari, Merlion Park, Jurong Bird Park and National Orchid Garden for nature lovers as well as the National Museum of Singapore and Singapore Art Museum for culture lovers. As residents in a modern city, more and more travelers from Singapore want to experience the unique culture and nature in Tibet. Tibet attracts thousands of international travelers every year, and it’s easy to travel to Tibet from Singapore.
Tibet Travel Permit
Unlike other international travelers, Singapore citizens don’t need to apply for a Chinese Visa. With a Singapore passport, you can stay in China for 15 days. However, a Tibet Travel Permit is still indispensable for you to enter Tibet, which requires the scans of your passport and Chinese Visa. So to Tibet, you still need to apply for a Chinese visa. What’s more, foreign travelers are not allowed to travel independently in Tibet, and it means that you need to travel on an organized tour arranged by a local Tibet travel agency. As a senior Tibet Travel agency, Great Tibet Tour can arrange your tour perfectly as well as your Tibet Travel Permit.
How to Travel to Tibet from Singapore
Although there are no direct flights from Singapore to Tibet, you can fly to major cities in China and transmit to Tibet conveniently. You can depart from Singapore Changi Airport(SIN) to Chengdu, Chongqing, Guangzhou, Beijing, Shanghai and many other cities in China. For example, flights from Singapore to Chengdu are available every day, the flying time is about 4.5 hours and costs SGD780. Fly from Singapore to Beijing will take you 6 hours and cost you SGD850.
Once arrive in China, you will have two options to get to Tibet, by plane or by train. There are daily flights towards Lhasa in major cities, you can choose one which suits your schedule. You’re suggested to aboard your plane from Chengdu or Chongqing because there are more flights and these cities are close to Tibet. Flying to Lhasa from Chengdu takes about 2.5 hours and costs SGD350. While flying from Chongqing to Lhasa takes about 3 hours and costs SGD380. It will be quicker and cheaper if you depart from Chengdu. >>See more about flights to Tibet
Another option is to have a Tibet train tour. You can board the Tibet train from Chengdu, Chongqing, Xi'an, Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Lanzhou and Xining. You are recommended to travel by train because the scenery along the Qinghai-Tibet Railway is reputable. You'll see snow-capped mountains, blooming flowers, crystal lakes and tranquil pastures during your train journey. The train is equipped with an oxygen system, there’s no need to worry about suffering from altitude sickness. >>See more about Train to Tibet
What to See
Definitely, you’ll arrive in this remote land, which is holy and beautiful. Our Tibetan guides and drivers will take you to visit this mysterious place. In the 1, 300-year-old Lhasa, you won’t miss the Potala Palace, Drepung Temple, and Barkhor Street. To extend your journey, you can visit YamdrokTso, Mount Everest, Mount Kailash, and many other breathtaking scenic sites. Ready to be shocked by lofty mountains, and be moved by devoted pilgrims. >>See more about Tibet attractions
To make your unforgettable tour in Tibet, you can start planing your Tibet trip and contact us now!, we’ll guarantee you a once-in-a-lifetime journey which you will never forget after backing to Singapore.
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Typically Asked Questions from Our Clients
Asked by You ***
Hi, We have 4-6 ppls interesting in joining a group tour to Tibet in Nov. We are looing for 10-12 days tour. Pls help to advise options, prices, availability, date and etc. Thanks.
In your inquiry, you mentioned you're interested in joining a group tour in Tibet. And your preferred tour duration is 10-12 days. We can arrange a semi-group tour for you. For travelers come to Tibet for the 1st time, we usually recommend 8 days Lhasa Gyantse Shigatse Mt. Everest Group Tour as it includes most of the major monasteries, one of the top 3 holy lakes - Yamdroktso, Everest Base Camp and you can view the plateau scenery along the way from Lhasa to Mt.Everest. After that, we can arrange 5 days private tour for you to see some highlights that most group tours don't go but show you more about Tibet Buddhism and civilization. Please let me know your idea. If you don't like trekking, we can remove it. Or if you have any other desired destination, I can design the itinerary for you. We can make the adjustment together until it meets your satisfaction then I can quote according to the itinerary. By the way, may I know which hotel class you would like to stay in? The comfortable (4-star) or economy class (3-star) hotel? About the group tour departure date, as it's still early, we can open any date as the departure date right now. If you have any further questions or doubts, please let me know without hesitation. It is my pleasure to work with you at any time.
Asked by Robe***
I am interested in joining a group tour to Tibet. I live in Singapore and am looking for c.8-11 days. Please advise options, prices, availability, dates etc etc
According to your request, how about having our 8 days Lhasa Gyantse Shigatse Mt. Everest Group Tour?
For this 8 days group tour, we have confirmed departure dates on April 1st/ 4th/18th. Which departure date do you prefer?
Asked by Shan***
Hi I would like to visit Tibet with my husband mid may 2019 for approx 12 to 14 days . Can you propose and advise? Looking at sacred sites, sacred mountains, lakes and must go monasteries..
In your inquiry, you mentioned that you and your husband would like to visit Tibet for 12-14 days in Mid-May 2019. For travelers less than five, we usually suggest them join our small group tours to keep the cost down. We have a 14-day Lhasa Gyantse Shigatse Mt. Everest Group Tour which I think perfectly matches your needs. Please check if you like the following itinerary.
Asked by Elen***
Hi I’m planning a estimate 6th Aug 2019 arrival to Tibet, I was wondering whether it a good time for travel as it supposed to be a festival season, please advise. Thank you
Yes, there are some festivals in August, such as horse-racing, Shoton Festival, etc.
You could experience the Tibetan culture more deeply although there will be a little bit crowded.
Yours Sincerely Caroline
Tibet Niwei International Travel Co. Ltd.