Cheap flights from Singapore to Clark
Fly from Singapore to Clark
Clark is a fascinating gateway city and it’s only a few hours away – fly direct from Singapore with Jetstar.
|Average direct flight time||3 hours and 40 minutes|
|Average distance by plane||2400km|
|Departure airport||Singapore Changi Airport (SIN)|
|Arrival airport||Clark International Airport (CRK)|
Need to know
Flight time from Singapore to Clark
The average flight time for direct flights from Singapore to Clark is 3 hours and 40 minutes.
Distance from Singapore to Clark by plane
The average distance by plane from Singapore to Clark is 2400 kilometres.
Time difference between Singapore and Clark
There is no time difference between Singapore (SGT: UTC +8) and Clark (PHT: UTC +8).
Number of airports in Clark
There’s one airport: Clark International Airport opens in new window (CRK).
Distance from Clark airport to the city centre
The airport is 11 kilometres from Clark city centre.
Transport from Clark airport to the city centre
A taxi is the easiest option and takes around 10 minutes to the city centre.
Clark Sun Valley golf course.
How much is a...
|Cappuccino||PHP ₱130–155 (SGD $3.50–4)|
|Entry to Aqua Planet theme park||PHP ₱750–1180 (SGD $20–31)|
|Cafe lunch||PHP ₱250–500 (SGD $6.50–13)|
|Room at a 4-star hotel||PHP ₱3,800–5,500 (SGD $100–145)|
|Taxi from airport to city centre||PHP ₱500 (SGD $13)|
How do you say...
|Hello||Hello, kamusta ka?
(Literally: Hello, how are you?)
|Excuse me||Paumanhin (to get someone’s attention)
Makikiraan (to get past somebody)
Things to do in Clark
Also known as the Clark Freeport Zone, Clark is a redevelopment of a former US airbase located in the Pampanga province. A suburb of Angeles city, Clark is almost as large as Singapore, at over 33,000ha. Ideally located between Singapore, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan, Clark offers a range of activities and sights for the business and leisure travellers who flock to the region.
Weather and when to go
Warm year round, the Philippines climate is divided into wet and dry seasons. The best time to visit the Philippines is between December and May, when rainfall and humidity is at its lowest – its wet season can receive as much as 140mm of rain each month – however, this is also the most expensive time to visit.