Skyscanner Unveils Top March Holidays Search Destinations

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Thinking of heading overseas during the upcoming March school holidays? Global travel search engine Skyscanner has unveiled the top five most-searched destinations by Singapore travellers for the March 2016 school break.

Five Most-searched Travel Destinations for March Holidays 2016

Based on the outbound flight searches made by Singapore travellers for the March school holiday period of 12 to 20 March 2016, the top five most-searched destinations are:

1. Hong Kong

Sumptuous food and endless shopping await. Families can head out to Ocean Park on Hong Kong Island or experience the magic of Disneyland Hong Kong. An ride aboard the iconic Star Ferry or a visit to Victoria Peak is also part of the Hong Kong experience.

Hong Kong
2. Tokyo

Visit Tokyo Disneyland and take in the sights from Tokyo Tower. Dino-lovers can visit the National Museum of Nature and Science and master builders can head to the LEGOland Discovery Centre. Get outdoors at the Imperial Palace or pretend to be an adult at KidZania Tokyo.

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3. Bangkok

Experience Thai hospitality, explore the many temples or shop at the Chatuchak Weekend Market. For a different view of the city, take a canal tour with the family.


4. Taipei

Visit Maji Maji to put together your own family picnic, go on a night market tour or head out to the Yangmingshan national park for a hot spring dip.


5. Bali

Enjoy Bali’s endless beaches and resorts as a family. Try jet skiing or even white water rafting. For more family fun, get wet at the Waterbom Bali water park or meet the animals at Bali Safari & Marine Park.


Skyscanner is a global travel search company providing free search of flights, hotels and car hire.  Founded in 2003, Skyscanner helps to meet the travel planning needs of over 50 million people each month. The company has ten offices in cities around the world, including Singapore.

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