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Book flights from Singapore to Tehran with Qatar Airways

With Qatar Airways you can always expect a smooth and stress-free flight on board our state-of-the-art aircraft, designed with your comfort in mind. Our attentive cabin crew provide a range of award-winning services. Enjoy delicious cuisine prepared by our chefs, and discover the vibrant Iranian capital after a relaxing journey.

The beating heart of Iran, Tehran is rich with culture, tradition and history. Whilst on the one hand visitors can encounter many historical wonders – such as those encountered in the National Museum of Iran – Tehran also offers plenty of cosmopolitan experiences, from luxury shopping to fabulous theatres and art galleries. At Qatar Airways we will do everything we can to make your holiday or business trip to Tehran truly special.

 

Flying from Singapore

One of the largest air transport hubs in Asia, Changi Airport is Singapore’s principle departure point for international travel. Qatar Airways flights from Singapore leave from Changi Airport, connecting passengers to major destinations worldwide, including Doha.

 

The atmosphere is calm, refined and tranquil, and the friendly staff are always helpful.

Parking and transportation


There are five car parks spread across the airport, with car parks 3A and 3B serving Terminal 3. There is a 10-minute ‘grace’ period in car parks for pick-ups and drop-offs. Payment for short and long-term stays is via electronic payment machines positioned at the exits of the car parks.

 

A free shuttle bus service from Changi Business Park to the terminals operates daily, while regular local bus services run from the centre of the city to the airport. There are plenty of taxis for hire, and a pre-booked limousine service are also available.

Arriving in Changi Airport


Qatar Airways flights from Singapore Changi Airport depart from Terminal 3. You should arrive for check-in at least two hours before your flight is due to leave. Security checks are strict, so be prepared to allow a little extra time to go through security.

 

Ensure that you don’t have any banned items in your handbags and carryon luggage and that all your documents are in order before you travel. The Haven by JetQuay is a public lounge available for all passengers to use 24 hours a day. It is located in the Arrival Meeting Hall South.

Facilities and amenities


Changi Airport has plenty of amenities and facilities for travellers, and is a very child-friendly airport, with entertainment, Internet terminals and even a unique butterfly garden that will delight younger visitors. For adults, there are plenty of retail outlets selling a wide selection of goods, including duty-free shopping.

 

A dedicated 24-hour food court in Terminal 3 offers food options with an international theme that includes Singapore specialities, noodle bars and Japanese Sushi.

 

Arriving in Tehran

Tehran is opening up to tourists, allowing much greater access to this rich, fascinating and ancient capital at last. Book a flight to Tehran with Qatar Airways and the first thing you’ll notice about this lively and friendly city is the extraordinary mountain backdrop.

 

The towering, snow-capped Alborz Mountains dominate the landscape, providing wonderful hiking and trekking opportunities for the more adventurous traveller.

Back in Tehran you’ll find a fascinating fusion of ancient and modern – towering monuments and beautiful mosques, bustling markets and gleaming skyscrapers.

 

The welcome you’ll receive in Tehran is warm and friendly, and this unexpected tourist destination is now becoming a favourite among more discerning travellers who want to head off the beaten path and experience the real Persia.

Tourist attractions

Tehran’s mountain backdrop is echoed by its own towering monuments in the centre of the city, the most famous of which is the Azadi Tower. Built to commemorate the 2,500th anniversary of the Persian Empire, it’s a fusion of Sassanid and Islamic architecture.

 

A museum in the base of the tower gives visitors a potted history of the Empire, as well as the history of the tower itself.

The tomb of: ‘Abdul ‘Adhīm ibn ‘Abdillāh al-Hasanī is a place of pilgrimage for many. The Shah-Abdol-Azim shrine is dedicated to the descendant of Hasan ibn ‘Alī. He was also a companion of Muhammad al-Taqī, and was buried at the shrine in the 9th century.

The Treasury of the National Jewels is an astonishing collection of jewellery and the largest of its kind in the world. The glistening collection includes the Darya-e-Noor diamond, the sister diamond to the Kuh-e-Noor diamond, the world's largest uncut ruby and a free standing golden globe made from 34 kilograms of gold and no fewer than 51,366 precious stones.

Travel Considerations


Flights to Tehran with Qatar Airways land at Imam Khomeini International Airport, 55km southwest of the city centre. 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 Tehran please check the visa and passport requirements.

 

Essential facts about Tehran

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