This Plane Is Like a 5-Star Hotel in the Sky

Indulge, you deserve it.
IMAGE courtesy of Singapore Airlines via Bridges PR

Traveling via plane, especially if you're on a long-haul flight, can be a bit uncomfortable. Aside from the possibility of motion sickness, you have to endure not stretching your legs for a while, eating in-flight meals, and getting bored out of your wits. But Singapore Airlines' newest A380 aircraft might just make you look forward to flying (that is if you're willing to splurge).


You can book a Suite, an individual cabin that features plush mattress bedding with two pillows and cotton duvet. It even comes with a pair of slippers, eyeshades, and socks to ensure that you can be as comfortable as possible in your private space. French luxury brand Lalique has also partnered with Singapore Airlines to provide an amenity kit with toiletries, perfumes, and collectibles (either a special Lalique candle or an ornamental crystal fish) to guests.

You can expect more than just the usual foil-covered tray for your in-flight meals. Suites customers are served Lobster Thermidor, Prawn and Chicken Laksa, and Seared Veal Fillet on Wedgwood tableware and Lalique-designed crystal glassware.

Lobster Thermidor (for Suites customers)

Seafood Pasta in Creamed Tomato Basil Sauce (for Premium Economy Class)

Getting bored is totally out of the question with the new aircraft's in-flight entertainment system. KrisFlyer members across all classes can use myKrisWorld, an interactive feature where customers can play movies and music, browse recommendations based on viewing history, and sync other choices on your mobile through the SingaporeAir app.

Time to fill up that travel piggy bank!

For more information, visit Singapore Airlines' website.


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