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New York

A memorable holiday awaits when you fly with Singapore Airlines to New York City. Operating 14 flights weekly; seven non-stop services and seven one-stop services via Frankfurt, our spacious seats, personalised service and mouthwatering menus will make your trip to the Big Apple one for the books.

Views of the Empire State Building set against the Manhattan skyline


Stay up with the city that never sleeps

Start your Big Apple adventure at the Top of the Rock, perched on the pinnacle of the Rockefeller Centre. The 70th story observation deck offers stunning, unobstructed views of the city, and a breathtaking view of Central Park and the Empire State Building set against the Manhattan skyline. Next, head to the Flatiron Building, one of the tallest buildings when it was built over a hundred years ago. Nothing screams bright lights, big city quite like Times Square. Soak in the full on explosion of flashing neon lights, giant digital billboards, loud Broadway marquees, and remember to book a ticket to a Broadway show or two. Then, end your day at the Theater District Shake Shack for some all-American burgers, fries and milkshake.
Statue of Liberty
Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration
Left: Statue of Liberty Right: Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration



A symbol of freedom, the Statue of Liberty needs no introduction. Tickets for visiting the grounds are readily available but so popular is the 93-metre iron and copper goddess that advance online bookings are needed for a peek inside the pedestal and crown. Do remember that you have to climb all 377 steps to get to the top but the spectacular views from the windows of Lady Liberty’s crown is well worth the effort. For a deeper appreciation of what the early migrants went through to get to America, pop by the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration nearby. Choose the audio tour and listen to immigrants recount their struggles to survive and start a new life as you inspect artefacts, photographs, videos and interactive displays.
American Museum of Natural History



Spend a day at Central Park, a world class urban park in Manhattan. Take a quiet walk and look out for attractions like the Shakespeare Garden and the Alice in Wonderland sculpture. Also, check out the Central Park Zoo where penguins take centre stage, and catch them perform during feeding time. Little ones will enjoy the petting zoo where they get to feed the goats, sheep, and cows. Head to the American Museum of Natural History next, where you can get up close to the “stars” of the movie Night at the Museum. For a piece of living history, head down to Brooklyn Bridge before kicking back for a picnic at the Brooklyn Bridge Park, and watch the sun set over New York Harbour.
Independence Hall
Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens
Left: Independence Hall Right: Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens



Hop on a 90-minute train ride to Philadelphia and head to the Independence Historical National Park for a close look at the Liberty Bell, an iconic relic and symbol of freedom. Then, drop by the Independence Hall where America’s Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence. For a touch of the old world charm, visit Elfreth's Alley paths. Check ahead for guided tours of the alley and the museum. End your day at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens, a mesmerising mosaic dreamscape that pays tribute to artist Isaiah Zagar, who started creating his mosaics in the South Street neighbourhood in the 1960s. Wander through the labyrinth of stairways, corridors and hideaways, covered with mosaics of every form, shape, and size, from kitchen tiles to bike wheels.
Washington Monument



Take a three-hour train ride from New York to Washington DC, America’s capital. Visit the Washington Monument, the world’s tallest obelisk standing at about 170 metres tall that serves as a tribute to the country’s first president George Washington. Other attractions around the monument include The White House; the Lincoln Memorial; the National World War II Memorial; the US Capitol; and the Library of Congress. Head to the Newseum next to understand the role of a free press in major historical events. Exhibits include the Sept 11 terrorist attacks coverage and the Berlin Wall Gallery. Make Georgetown your last stop, DC's oldest neighborhood that is full of charm. Kayak on the Potomac River; stroll along Washington Harbor; tuck in delicious cupcakes at Georgetown Cupcakes; or catch some live jazz at Blues Alley.
Niagara Falls during sunset
Maid of the Mist ride
Left: Niagara Falls during sunset Right: Maid of the Mist ride



Niagara Falls is a must-visit when you are in New York. Accessible via train or a short two-hour flight, this natural wonder is the epitome of majestic beauty. Made up of three waterfalls, the Horseshoe, the American and the Bridal Veil, it is 51-metres high and was formed more than 12,000 years ago. Climb the wooden stairs to the Hurricane Deck to soak up the powerful spray or ride on the Maid of the Mist to hear the crashing waves as the boat takes you on a dramatic passage through the rolling waterfall and massive rock formations. Set sail on a sunset cruise on the Niagara Belle, a New Orleans-style paddle wheeler and take in the sights and sounds as you enjoy a buffet dinner and sip on Niagara wines.

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1ARockefeller Center

45 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10111

24 hours


175 5th Ave, New York, NY 10010

24 hours

1C Times Square

Manhattan, NY 10036

24 hours

2 Statue of Liberty

New York, NY 10004

Daily 08:30 - 16:00

3ACentral Park

Central Park stretches from 59th Street to 110th Street, between Fifth Avenue and Central Park West

Daily 06:00 – 01:00

3B Central Park Zoo

64th Street & 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10065

Weekday 10:00 – 16:30/15:00; Weekend 10:00 – 17:30

3CBrooklyn Bridge

New York, NY 10038

24 hours

4AIndependence Historical Park (Philadelphia)

143 S. 3rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106

Daily 08:30 – 18:00 (Through June 2019)

4BHistoric Old City (Philadelphia)

124 – 126 Elfreth’s Alley, Philadelphia, PA 19106

Check online for guided tours

4CPhiladelphia’s Magic Gardens

1020 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147

Wednesday – Monday 11:00 – 18:00; Closed on Tuesday

5AWashington Monument

900 Ohio Drive SW, Washington, DC 20024

Daily 00:00 – 23:59; Reopens in Spring (end March) 2019

5B Newseum (Washington, D.C)

555 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washington, DC, 20001

Monday – Saturday 09:00 – 17:00; Sunday 10:00 – 17:00

5C Georgetown (Washington, D.C)

Washington, DC 20007

Opens daily

6A Niagara Falls (Niagara Falls State Park)

10 Rainbow Boulevard, Niagara Falls, NY 14303

24 hours

6B Maid of the Mist (Niagara Falls)

1 Prospect St, Niagara Falls, NY 14303

Check online for schedule and group tours

6C Niagara Sunset Cruise

115 North Water Street, Lewiston, NY 14092

Lunch: Wednesday – Friday 12:00 – 14:00; Dinner: Friday – Saturday 18:30 – 21:30

Singapore airlines flies 14 times weekly to new york. Book your holiday now!

SQ22 DEP: 00:40
ARR: 05:30
SQ21 DEP: 09:24
ARR: 17:15+1

SQ26 DEP: 23:55
ARR: 11:15+1
SQ25 DEP: 20:15
ARR: 06:50+2
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SQ22 DEP: 00:40 (NON-STOP TO EWR)   ARR: 05:30

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SQ21 DEP: 09:24   ARR: 17:15+1

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SQ26 DEP: 23:55 (VIA FRANKFURT TO JFK)   ARR: 11:15+1

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SQ25 DEP: 20:15   ARR: 06:50+2

Schedules are subject to seasonal changes +1 arrives next day, +2 arrives two days later