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The wealthy city-state of Singapore is not only one of the economic powerhouses of Southeast Asia – but it is also a hugely popular tourist destination, full of cultural intrigue, luxury hotels and restaurants. Benefiting from a modern cosmopolitan atmosphere combined with traditional values, this fascinating destination draws influence from varying cultures from around the world. Whilst Singapore’s skyscrapers might tower above the island, Singapore is also a location rich with tradition, expressed in its cuisine, hospitality and architecture.
Unique, beautiful and one of the cultural highlights of Europe, Venice is also a busy commercial centre as well as a tourist hot spot. From glorious architecture and stunning works of art to its unique system of canals, Venice is a truly remarkable location. Venice Marco Polo Airport is situated on the mainland just under five miles from Tessera, and is the fifth busiest airport in Italy.
Passengers flying from Venice with Qatar Airways will find it to be friendly, relaxed and welcoming, with the focus firmly on the passenger experience. Professional staff go out of their way to make the start of your journey a pleasant one.
Transportation and parking
There are plenty of ways to get to the airport, including by water taxi. The Venice-Mestre railway station is connected to the airport by the ATVO Fly Bus and the ACTV bus 15, and Bus 5 runs to and from Piazzale Roma Square in the city, taking around 20 minutes to reach the airport. Taxis are plentiful – book with the city’s Radiotaxi to ensure you are paying the correct fare.
Water taxis operate between the airport docks and Venice, taking around 75 minutes, and a 24-hour motorboat service is also available. There are open-air and long-term parking areas next to the old terminal, and short-stay parking directly opposite the terminal building. Further parking is available a short distance from the airport main complex.
Arriving in Venice
Passengers flying from Venice with Qatar Airways depart from the main airport terminal 2nd floor Departures area. There are a total of 70 check-in desks and two lounges, the main Marco Polo lounge is available to all passengers, while the "Tintoretto Lounge" is for SkyTeam passengers. Allow between one and a half and two hours prior to your flight departure time to clear check in and security checks.
Facilities and amenities
Wi-Fi access is available throughout most of the airport, and internet kiosks are also positioned around the terminal for passengers to use.
There are banking and ATM facilities, mother and baby rooms and a nursery, and a first aid service for emergencies. A selection of retail outlets sell souvenirs, including the glassware that Venice is famous for, leather goods, luxury accessories and Duty Free shopping. Food and drink vendors offer a selection of drinks and snacks, including traditional Italian espresso bars and a self-service restaurant.
Fly to Singapore with Qatar Airways and you’ll arrive in a unique destination that has its own personality. This city state is easily accessible, thanks to its continuing importance as a trading point between east and west.
Colonial influences can still be seen in its architecture and customs, but today Singapore is a true melting pot of cultures.
Singapore is looking to the future too, and is becoming a major location for high-tech industries and innovation. Yet, the city welcomes leisure tourists with open arms, and a flight to Singapore with Qatar Airways is a great way to begin your Far East odyssey.
Singapore’s beaches are a little slice of paradise, especially those on the tranquil Sentosa Island. If you prefer exploring colonial architecture, then head to the Bras Basah area east of Orchard and north of the Singapore River, to find a cluster of historical buildings and museums.
Perhaps the city’s most famous building is the Raffles Hotel (which has appeared in plenty of films), while the National Museum of Singapore offers a more in-depth exploration of the history and culture of the region.
Singapore’s wildlife is unique and a big draw for explorers and visitors. To get a real feel for the flora and fauna of the region visit the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. The Jurong Bird Park and Singapore Zoo should also be on your list if you’re an animal lover.
Flights to Singapore with Qatar Airways arrive at Changi Airport. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure.
Before you fly to Singapore please check the visa and passport requirements.
Currency: Singapore Dollar (SGD)
Voltage: 230 Volts
Plugs: Type G
Language: English / Malay / Mandarin / Tamil
International dialing code: +65
More Information: Read our Singapore Travel Guide
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