Seems like there is an upside to the economic global downturn after all.
Singapore Airlines, in a bid to attract more tourists to Singapore, is offering hotel rooms for just £1 a night.
If you choose to stopover at the minute Asian country en route elsewhere you can snap up the deal at a snazzy hotel such as the Grand Pacific and get a free transfer. All for less than a cheeseburger.
And any additional nights will be discounted by up to 56 per cent.
As the airline serves onward destinations across south east Asia and Australasia including Koh Samui (Thailand), Penang (Malaysia), Adelaide (Australia), Hanoi (Vietnam), Siem Riep and (Cambodia) it’s a pretty good deal. Plus flights to Singapore are currently only around the £400 mark.
Sean Tipton of the Association of British Travel Agents – The Travel Association said: “The travel industry sometimes offers amazing deals like this outside of peak periods when demand is low and many hotel rooms and airline seats are unoccupied.
“If you are lucky enough to be able to travel when these offers are around you can make some incredible savings.”
Fancy taking up the offer? Do you think Singapore is worth visiting as a backpacker?