The flight distance from Hong Kong to Singapore is:

1,596 miles / 2 569 km

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Distance from Hong Kong to Singapore

The total distance from Hong Kong to Singapore is 1,596 miles.

This is equivalent to 2 569 kilometers or 1,387 nautical miles.

Your trip begins in Hong Kong.
It ends in Singapore.

Your flight direction from Hong Kong to Singapore is Southwest (-153 degrees from North).

The distance calculator helps you figure out how far it is to fly from Hong Kong to Singapore. It does this by computing the straight line flying distance ("as the crow flies"). It uses the great circle formula to compute the total travel mileage.

Singapore is just a short distance from Hong Kong. One of the best ways to see more of Southeast Asia is to combine your Singapore vacation with a short trip to Malaysia. Malaysia is located just north of Singapore.

Guided bus tours are available daily from Singapore to the historic city of Malacca (Melaka). You’ll need to have your passport handy to enter Malaysia. The process is easy. Check if you need a visa to visit Malaysia.

Malacca is located 155 miles (250 km) from Singapore. Its history spans over 500 years and many original historic structures are still intact. The A Formosa was built by the Portuguese in 1512, making it the oldest European structure in Asia. The Dutch and British had their hands on Malacca as well. A century later (1641) the Dutch built the Stadthuys and Christ Church. Today this landmark is known as the Dutch Square.

While you are at the square, take time to ride on a trishaw, an important mode of transportation in Malacca before the days of cars and motorbikes.

Hong Kong

Country: Hong Kong
Continent: Asia
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Country: Singapore
Continent: Asia
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