SINGAPORE: It’s never too early to book your next travel, and with the latest promo from Singapore Airlines, you have a chance to score some pretty awesome deals. From Nov 24 to Dec 12, roundtrip flights to more than 60 destinations around the globe start at S$168.

“Relax and rejuvenate on your next trip and embark on a journey with exciting fares, turning moments into memories,” the carrier says on its latest deals page, and we have to say that it’s very tempting indeed. One of the best parts is that the travel period falls between Jan 1 and Oct 31, 2024, with blackout periods applying, so you have a whole bunch of dates to choose from.

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Where can you go? Well, where do we start? For trips around Asia, economy class fares to Kuala Lumpur start at S$168. But you can also go to Phuket (from S$198), Bangkok (from S$248), Bali (from S$278), Hong Kong (from S$318), or further afield to Beijing (from S$488) or Seoul (from S$628), or Tokyo (from S$898).

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If it’s Europe that strikes your fancy, why not take a trip to Paris, where economy class fares begin at S$1,188, or London (from S$1268) or Frankfurt (from S$1,108), or Milan (from S$1198), or sunny Barcelona (from S$1368)?

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Hankering to going to the US? Singapore Airlines has gotchu, fam. Trips to Los Angeles and San Francisco start at S$1118 for economy class tickets, while landing in Houston gets you an even better deal (from S$1078).

But if none of the destinations above sound attractive to you, you could always go to Dubai, as economy fares start at S$618, the Maldives (from S$658), Perth from (S$678) or Johannesburg (from S$868).

Read all about the full promo here, and you’ll see excellent business-class deals to be had as well. But it would be best to take advantage of the deals sooner rather than later because spots are sure to go flying (pun fully intended) on what many people consider one of the best carriers—if not the best—in the world!

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