Prior to establishing official status as a North American country, Spanish and Portuguese ships used the islands of Bermuda as a replenishment spot for fresh meat and water. However, legends of spirits and devils, and a continual pattern of storms and devastating island conditions, kept sailors from settling in Bermuda. The island was dubbed the “Isle of Devils,” and it wasn’t until the mid-1600s that travellers finally settled here.
Today, travellers booking flights to Bermuda explore an underwater world full of sea wrecks and coral reefs. Swim with a school of fish and explore undersea caves in what some consider to be the best scuba diving in North America. For visitors not quite ready for an underground expedition, there is much to see near the top of the water so grab some snorkelling gear and start swimming. Once back on land, take advantage of Bermuda’s historic attractions including the Royal Navy Dockyard and Museum, the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, the Botanical Gardens, numerous lighthouses and the Crystal Caves. Whatever your reason for booking flights to Bermuda, take time to explore its beauty.
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Bermuda’s Atlantic location is a prime spot for beautiful weather, with sunny skies and comfortable temperatures. The winters average a pleasant temperature of 21 degrees and summer temperatures range between 24 and 29 degrees.
The most popular time to book a flight to Bermuda is between April and October when the sea temperatures are favourable for swimming.
Some facilities are limited in the winter months but room rates are much cheaper over this period. If however one is primarily interested in playing tennis or golf, this is the time to come. Short but heavy showers can occur during any time of the year so it is advisable to bring suitable clothing.
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Bermuda is a small island and public transport is limited. There are no hire cars or trains, so bus, ferry, taxi or moped are the only options.
Ferries are certainly the most enjoyable and relaxing way to get around. Enjoy the views, enjoy life on the ocean wave, and, often, get to your destination quicker than you would by bus.
The bus network is good, though the buses aren’t speedy. The cheapest way to use them is to get a bus pass, which you can buy in Hamilton or St George.
Though cars are not available to hire for foreigners, mopeds are. This is a popular way of getting around for many tourists, but do take care on the roads, which have sharp turns and are not always well covered.
In Hamilton and St George you can also take a horse-drawn carriage to your destination.
Due to there being no direct flights between these two locations, your travel time is likely to be dependent on the length of your stopovers. You'll find cheap flights to Bermuda from Singapore Changi International Airport (SIN) that have a couple of stopovers and a travel time of around 44h and 35min. There are flights with different stopover options, although most flights will take between 44-48h.
Unfortunately, there are no flights to Bermuda with direct routes currently available from Singapore. If you’re travelling this route, you can expect flights to require a couple of stopovers before finally landing at Hamilton L.F Wade International Airport (BDA), the only airport receiving flights from Singapore. Bermuda flight deals from Singapore will depart from Singapore Changi International Airport, with the more affordable flights stopping over in places like Doha and Boston before heading to Bermuda.
If you’re looking to get around Bermuda, you have the option of renting an electric car and travelling from Hamilton to St George, which will take around 30min. You can also rent a scooter on the island and make the trip to St George or other towns in Bermuda, like Somerset Village. If you’d rather not rent a vehicle, you can rely on public transport in Bermuda to get you from beach to beach and town to town. Numerous buses and bus routes run throughout the country. Most buses will leave from Washington Street at the Central Terminal. You also have the option of hopping on one of the ferries that travel atop the Atlantic Ocean to several locations including beaches and towns like St George and Somerset Village.
Bermuda is positioned in the North Atlantic Ocean and serves as the British island territory most well-known for its pink-sand beaches that include places like Horseshoe Bay and Elbow Beach. One of the most popular attractions for many visitors is the interactive Dolphin Quest that includes a maritime history and is Hosted in the National Museum of Bermuda. Bermuda offers a mix of cultures, mostly American and British, which is most evident in the capital city, Hamilton. If you're travelling with children, Bermuda Fun Golf entertains everyone with adventure golf. Ocean Discovery Centre at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute is another option for you and the kids. If you’re looking to explore some museums, you can spend time at Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo, and Verdmont Museum. Most visitors go to Bermuda for the beaches; some of the most popular beaches to explore are Jobson's Cove, Coney Island, Clearwater Beach, and Angle Beach at the far end of Horseshoe Bay.
As a Singaporean traveller visiting Bermuda, you are not required to obtain a visa for a stay of up to 180 days. You can visit Bermuda for tourist purposes for up to 180 days. You can also visit Bermuda to do business without a business visa for up to 180 days. You may be required to provide proof of a return ticket or onward travel from Bermuda, please plan accordingly.