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Wednesday, August 15th 2018

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2018
9
March
Vancouver to Singapore, and then Bangkok, Thailand to Vancouver - $458 to $499 including taxes | add Japan for $100

Singapore

Related to the recent deals to Thailand, ANA is showing open jaw flights where you fly from Vancouver to Singapore, and then home from Bangkok, Thailand to Vancouver - for a total price of $458 to $481 including taxes.

The flight between Singapore and Bangkok is not included. A one way flight from Singapore to Bangkok usually costs around $50 on Air Asia.

Availability for travel

late August, September, October, up to mid November 2018

January, February 2019

How to find and book this deal

1. Go to Flighthub

2. Click on 'Multi City'

3. Search for a flight like this one:

Vancouver (YVR) to Singapore (SIN)
Bangkok (BKK) to Vancouver (YVR)

Try one of these date combinations:

Aug 14 to Aug 28 -- $510
Aug 21 to Sep 4 -- $496
Aug 28 to Sep 11 -- $473

Sep 4 to Sep 18 -- $457
Sep 11 to Sep 25 -- $472
Sep 18 to Oct 2 -- $458
Sep 25 to Oct 9 -- $472

Oct 2 to Oct 16 -- $472
Oct 9 to Oct 23 -- $458
Oct 16 to Oct 30 -- $458
Oct 23 to Nov 6 -- $472
Oct 30 to Nov 13 -- $481

[2019]

Jan 8 to Jan 22 -- $475
Jan 15 to Jan 29 -- $499
Jan 29 to Feb 12 -- $475

Feb 5 to Feb 19 -- $475
Feb 12 to Feb 26 -- $485

Tips:

- the trip length doesn't have to be 2 weeks, it can be longer or shorter.

- try starting with Tuesday to Tuesday dates. Once you find a cheap one, you can try dates nearby. I would focus on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday dates.

screenshot from Flighthub



You can also visit Singapore, Thailand, *and* Japan) by extending the layover in Tokyo either on the way to SE Asia, or on the way home. - it usually adds about $100 to the price

1. Go to Flighthub

2. Click on 'Multi-City'

3. Search for a flight like this one:

Vancouver (YVR) to Tokyo, Japan (TYO)
Tokyo, Japan (TYO) to Singapore (SIN)
Bangkok, Thailand (BKK) to Vancouver (YVR)

or

Vancouver (YVR) to Singapore (SIN)
Bangkok, Thailand (BKK) to Tokyo, Japan (TYO)
Tokyo, Japan (TYO) to Vancouver (YVR)

- For the first and third flights, try using dates from the list for regular roundtrip flights, above.

- Play around with the middle date to give yourself more or less time in Japan vs SE Asia.

For example:

Tue Sep 25 to Tue Oct 2 to Tue Oct 9

- Trips don't have to be 2 weeks, they can be longer.

- Other days of the week may also work. I would focus on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday dates.

NOTE: The flights between Singapore and Bangkok are not included. You need to book a separate one-way flight between Singapore and Bangkok. It normally costs around $50-60 CAD for a one way flight, on airlines such as Air Asia, JetStar, or Scoot.

screenshot from Flighthub



If you want to have an extended stay in Tokyo, Japan in *both* directions, you can find flights for $575, and doing it this way, the flights are all non-stop...

1. Go to Flighthub

2. Click on 'Multi-City'

3. Search for a flight like this one:

Vancouver (YVR) to Tokyo, Japan (TYO)
Tokyo, Japan (TYO) to Singapore (SIN)
Bangkok, Thailand (BKK) to Tokyo, Japan (TYO)
Tokyo, Japan (TYO) to Vancouver (YVR)

- For the first and last flights, try using dates from the list of regular roundtrip flights at the top of this blog post.

- Play around with the dates of the 2 flights in the middle.

For example:

Jan 15 to Jan 17 to Jan 24 to Jan 30

- Trips don't have to be 2 weeks, they can be longer.

- Other days of the week may also work. I would focus on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday dates.

screenshot from Flighthub



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4 Responses to "Vancouver to Singapore, and then Bangkok, Thailand to Vancouver - $458 to $499 including taxes | add Japan for $100"


    Has Sara Fung been here?
       Sara Fung on February 14th, 2018

    Is there an option to skip Bankok and focus between vancouver and singapore/tokyo then back to Van?

    Has Leanne  been here?
       Leanne on February 14th, 2018

    I am also wondering about that as well ^!

    Has Eugene H been here?
       Eugene H on February 19th, 2018

    I booked this trip in Oct and there was no way to skip Bangkok. I booked a Cathay Pacific rewards flight (Using British Airways points from my RBC Avion card) SIN > BKK direct flight. Staying a few nights in Bangkok then continuing on to Tokyo. The nice part about this flight that, except for the Air Canada flight to Seattle, the entire trip is done on ANA 787's and a Cathay Pacific A350. Two of the top airlines in the world and their newest planes

    Has Anonymous been here?
       Anonymous on March 5th, 2018

    how tough is it to switch airports in Tokyo? on my return we need to change airports to HND from HRT?

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