Scoot launches Flash Sale to China from S$170 till Sep 6, destinations include Tianjin, Hangzhou & more

8 Chinese cities to choose from

Travel to China with Scoot’s latest flash sale to 8 destinations this week

With China giving the green light for Singapore travellers to the country, you might want to consider putting Chinese cities on your travel bucket list this year.

Scoot’s China Flash Sale

Just in time too since Singaporean low-cost carrier Scoot has just launched a flash sale to 8 cities in China with flight offers from as low as $170 when you book this week by 6 September.

The destinations available include:

  • Shenyang
  • Tianjin
  • Qingdao
  • Jinan
  • Nanjing
  • Hangzhou
  • Ningbo
  • Wuhan

Do note that the fares indicated are one-way out of Singapore.

There are also ScootPlus tickets from $335 that come with leather seats and ample legroom, increased baggage allowance, complimentary refreshments, Wi-Fi connection and priority boarding.

Important dates to take note of:

  • Sale Period: 4 Sep 2023 (Mon) – 2359hrs 06 Sep 2023 (Wed)
  • Travel Period: 08 Sep – 16 Nov 2023
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Travel Itinerary Ideas


Day 1: Arrival and Settling In

  • Arrive in Shenyang and check into your chosen hotel.
  • Take an evening stroll around Middle Street (中街) – the longest pedestrian street in China – and enjoy shopping, snacking, and feeling the local atmosphere.

Day 2: Historical Exploration

  • Visit the Shenyang Imperial Palace (also known as Mukden Palace), a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • Explore the Former Residence of Zhang Zuolin and Zhang Xueliang.
  • Have a traditional northeastern Chinese lunch.
  • Visit Liaoning Provincial Museum for an overview of the region’s history and culture.
  • Evening: Attend a performance at the Shenyang Opera House.

Day 3: Explore Parks & Nature

  • Spend the morning at Shenyang Botanical Garden.
  • Visit Qipan Mountain Scenic Area in the afternoon for picturesque views and recreational activities.

Day 4: Visit the Historic 9.18 Museum and Fushun

  • Travel to the 9.18 Historical Museum to learn about the Mukden Incident.
  • Head to Fushun, a city nearby, and explore its coal mining museum, which gives insight into the region’s industrial past.
  • Return to Shenyang in the evening.

Day 5: Dive into Local Culture

  • Visit Marshal Zhang’s Mansion, which offers a combination of eastern and western architectural styles.
  • Stroll through Beiling Park and visit the Zhaoling Tomb, another UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • In the evening, try your hand at making northeastern Chinese dumplings at a local cooking class.

Day 6: Day Trip to Benxi

  • Travel to Benxi to visit the Benxi Water Cave National Park, famous for its underground river.
  • Explore the Benxi Geological Museum.
  • Head back to Shenyang in the evening.

Day 7: Leisure and Departure

  • Spend your morning at Taiyuan Street, a popular shopping district.
  • If you’re traveling with kids or just love animals, visit Shenyang Forest Zoological Garden.
  • Depending on your departure time, you might want to explore more local markets or relax in a traditional teahouse.
  • Depart Shenyang.


Day 1: Arrival & Downtown Exploration

  • Check-in at your hotel: Choose a centrally located hotel for easy access to various attractions.
  • Zhongshan Road: Walk along this bustling commercial street to feel the city’s vibe.
  • Dinner: Try some local seafood at a renowned Qingdao restaurant.

Day 2: Old Town & German Colonial Heritage

  • Qingdao German Prison Site Museum: Understand a bit of Qingdao’s colonial history.
  • St. Michael’s Catholic Church: A beautiful piece of German architecture.
  • Signal Hill Park: Get a panoramic view of the old town.
  • Lunch: Enjoy Qingdao beer and snacks at a local brewery.
  • Little Qingdao Isle: Visit this small island with a lighthouse offering lovely views.
  • Dinner: Sample local dishes in the old town.

Day 3: Beach Day

  • No.1 Bathing Beach: Start your day with a relaxing time at one of Qingdao’s most famous beaches.
  • Badaguan Scenic Area: Explore the picturesque streets and old European-style villas.
  • Dinner at Yunxiao Road: It’s a food street known for its array of local dishes.

Day 4: Museum Day

  • Qingdao Municipal Museum: Dive deep into the local history and culture.
  • Qingdao Beer Museum: Learn about the world-famous Tsingtao Beer and its history. Enjoy a tasting session!
  • Shopping: Spend your evening at Taidong Pedestrian Street.

Day 5: Laoshan Mountain

  • Laoshan National Park: Spend a day hiking and exploring. Visit the ancient Taoist temples and appreciate the natural springs.
  • Dinner: Back in the city, refuel with local dishes.

Day 6: Coastal Views & Modern Qingdao

  • Qingdao Olympic Sailing Center: Observe the modern side of Qingdao and enjoy the marine views.
  • May Fourth Square: A significant landmark with modern sculptures.
  • Music Square: Relax and maybe catch a local performance.
  • Wusi Square: A bustling area surrounded by modern architecture.
  • Dinner: Choose a high-end restaurant in the area to enjoy a blend of international and Chinese cuisines.

Day 7: Final Shopping & Departure

  • Liqun Qingdao Shopping Center: Get your last-minute souvenirs or indulge in some shopping.
  • Polar Ocean World: If time permits, see polar animals and marine life.
  • Departure: Head to Qingdao Liuting International Airport or the train station for your onward journey.


Day 1: Arrival and Settling In

  • Morning:
    • Arrive in Nanjing.
    • Check into your hotel and get some rest.
  • Afternoon:
    • Explore the surroundings of your hotel.
    • Visit the Nanjing Museum: Discover the history and culture of Nanjing and China in one of the largest museums in the country.
  • Evening:
    • Stroll along Fuzimiao (Confucius Temple) Pedestrian Street: This bustling area has various shops, eateries, and a scenic view of the Qinhuai River.

Day 2: Dive into History

  • Morning:
    • Visit the Mausoleum of Dr. Sun Yat-sen (Zhongshan Ling): Pay respects to the founder of modern China.
  • Afternoon:
    • Explore the Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum: This UNESCO World Heritage site is the burial site of the Hongwu Emperor, the founder of the Ming Dynasty.
  • Evening:
    • Taste local dishes in one of Nanjing’s renowned restaurants.

Day 3: Memorial Sites

  • Morning:
    • Visit the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall: Pay homage to the victims of the Nanjing Massacre.
  • Afternoon:
    • Visit Presidential Palace: A place that’s steeped in modern Chinese history.
  • Evening:
    • Explore Laomendong Historical and Cultural Block: It’s a blend of history, culture, art, and folk customs.

Day 4: Nature and Scenic Views

  • Morning:
    • Visit Purple Mountain (Zijin Shan): Take a hike or use the cable car.
  • Afternoon:
    • Relax at Xuanwu Lake: Enjoy the beautiful sceneries and the skyline of Nanjing.
  • Evening:
    • Try a boat ride on the lake or just enjoy the serenity.

Day 5: Ancient Walls and Modern Malls

  • Morning:
    • Walk along the Nanjing City Wall: One of the best-preserved ancient city walls in China.
  • Afternoon:
    • Shop and relax at Deji Plaza: This is one of the premium malls in Nanjing.
  • Evening:
    • Explore the nightlife or visit a local teahouse.

Day 6: A Day for Temples and Traditions

  • Morning:
    • Visit Jiming Temple: A historic Buddhist temple with a view of Xuanwu Lake.
  • Afternoon:
    • Head to Qixia Temple: A famous ancient temple, especially beautiful in autumn with the red maple leaves.
  • Evening:
    • Savor more Nanjing specialties for dinner.

Day 7: Wrapping Up and Souvenir Shopping

  • Morning:
    • Stroll in Mochou Lake Park: Witness the locals practicing Tai Chi or singing traditional songs.
  • Afternoon:
    • Go souvenir shopping at Hunan Road: Find local handicrafts, teas, and more.
  • Evening:
    • Have a farewell dinner and get ready for departure the next day.


Day 1: Arrival & Downtown Exploration

  1. Check into your hotel: Rest and refresh after your journey.
  2. Tianyi Square: Start your Ningbo adventure with a visit to this bustling commercial area. It’s Ningbo’s modern face, with shopping malls, restaurants, and cafes.
  3. Dinner at Laowaitan: Visit this renovated old foreign concession area, now filled with bars, restaurants, and cafes. Try local Ningbo delicacies.

Day 2: Historical Exploration

  1. Tianyi Pavilion: Visit China’s oldest surviving library, home to a collection of precious ancient books and manuscripts.
  2. Moon Lake Park: A peaceful area with historical residences around it, perfect for a leisurely walk.
  3. Chenghuang Temple: A famous Taoist temple with rich cultural relics and a bustling shopping area around.

Day 3: Ancient Spiritual Journey

  1. Baoguo Temple: One of China’s oldest wooden structures, this temple offers serenity and architectural beauty.
  2. Tiantong Temple: Another ancient Buddhist temple, it’s nestled amidst the scenic Tiantong National Forest Park.

Day 4: Nature and Scenery

  1. Dongqian Lake: Spend a day exploring the largest freshwater lake in Zhejiang. Engage in activities like cycling around the lake, boating, or just relaxing by its shores.
  2. Dining: Try some freshwater delicacies at one of the many lakeside restaurants.

Day 5: Coastal Vibes

  1. Xiangshan Harbor: Explore the harbor area, observe the fishing boats, and enjoy seafood dishes.
  2. Shipu Fishing Town: An ancient fishing town, it provides a glance into the life of fishing communities of the East China Sea.

Day 6: Cultural Insights

  1. Ningbo Museum: Designed by renowned architect Wang Shu, the museum gives you a comprehensive view of Ningbo’s history and culture.
  2. Ningbo Yinzhou Park: Relax and engage in some recreational activities.
  3. Night Market at Wanda Plaza: Shop for souvenirs and try some street food.

Day 7: Last-Minute Exploration & Departure

  1. Qita Temple: Start your day by visiting this seven-story pagoda, a symbol of Ningbo’s ancient history.
  2. Last-minute shopping: Head back to Tianyi Square or Laowaitan for any final purchases or souvenirs.
  3. Departure: Depending on your flight/train time, make your way to Ningbo Lishe International Airport or Ningbo Railway Station.


Day 1: Arrival and Settling In

  • Morning: Arrive at Tianjin Binhai International Airport. Transfer to your hotel and check-in.
  • Afternoon: Start your trip with a leisurely stroll at the Haihe River Bund to get a glimpse of the city’s European-influenced architecture.
  • Evening: Enjoy a traditional Chinese dinner at one of the local restaurants. Consider visiting Ancient Culture Street for a night stroll and some shopping.

Day 2: Historical Exploration

  • Morning: Visit the Tianjin Museum to learn about the city’s rich history and culture.
  • Afternoon: Head to the Five Great Avenues (Wudadao Area) to see a collection of European-style houses from the late Qing Dynasty and Republic period.
  • Evening: Experience the vibrant night scene at Binjiang Dao Pedestrian Street.

Day 3: Art and Modern Tianjin

  • Morning: Explore the Tianjin Binhai Library, an architectural marvel and Instagram-worthy spot.
  • Afternoon: Visit the Tianjin Eye, the iconic Ferris wheel built on a bridge over Haihe River. You can take a ride and enjoy a panoramic view of the city.
  • Evening: Head to a local theater to watch a performance or opera.

Day 4: Exploring Binhai New Area

  • Morning and Afternoon: Take a day trip to Binhai New Area, visit Yingkou Road for its unique architecture, and explore Tianjin Binhai Aircraft Carrier Theme Park.
  • Evening: Return to central Tianjin. Relax and maybe try some local Tianjin snacks at a popular food street.

Day 5: Cultural Immersion

  • Morning: Visit Porcelain House, a unique museum made entirely of porcelain pieces.
  • Afternoon: Explore Shuishang Park – Tianjin’s largest urban park, which offers boat rides, gardens, and temples.
  • Evening: Discover Tianjin’s opera culture with a traditional Peking Opera show.

Day 6: Day Trip to Huangyaguan Great Wall

  • Morning and Afternoon: Take a day trip to Huangyaguan, a section of the Great Wall located in Tianjin. It’s less crowded than other sections and offers stunning views.
  • Evening: Return to Tianjin and enjoy a hearty meal at a local restaurant.

Day 7: Leisure and Departure

  • Morning: Visit Jingyuan Garden, a serene spot that was once the residence of China’s last emperor, Puyi.
  • Afternoon: Shop for souvenirs and gifts at Tianjin Ancient Culture Street or Guwenhua Jie.
  • Evening: Depart from Tianjin Binhai International Airport.


Day 1: Arrival & City Exploration

  1. Check into your hotel and rest.
  2. Explore the area around your hotel.
  3. Evening: Dine at a local restaurant to get a taste of Shandong cuisine.

Day 2: Parks and Springs

  1. Morning: Visit Baotu Spring Park, Jinan’s most famous spring.
  2. Afternoon: Head to Black Tiger Spring and Pearl Spring.
  3. Evening: Walk around Daming Lake, enjoying the illuminations and evening vibe.

Day 3: Mountain Adventure

  1. Full Day: Visit Mount Tai (Taishan), one of China’s Five Sacred Mountains. It’s a bit out of Jinan, but it’s worth the visit. Climb the mountain or take the cable car. Enjoy the views and explore temples.

Day 4: Historic Sites & Culture

  1. Morning: Visit the Shandong Provincial Museum to understand the region’s history and culture.
  2. Afternoon: Explore Jinan Old Town with its traditional architecture.
  3. Evening: Check out a local theater or cultural performance if available.

Day 5: Religious & Cultural Explorations

  1. Morning: Visit Thousand Buddha Mountain (Qianfoshan). Climb the mountain and admire the Buddha statues.
  2. Afternoon: Visit the Jinan Temple, a significant Buddhist temple in the city.
  3. Evening: Stroll around Kuanhouli Street, a lively area filled with bars, shops, and eateries.

Day 6: Modern Jinan & Shopping

  1. Morning: Explore Spring City Square and take in the urban architecture.
  2. Afternoon: Go shopping at Parc 66, a large mall in Jinan with international and local brands.
  3. Evening: Enjoy a fancy dinner at a high-end local restaurant.

Day 7: Farewell Jinan

  1. Morning: Enjoy a leisurely breakfast and do some last-minute souvenir shopping.
  2. Afternoon: Relax at your hotel, or visit any spots you might’ve missed or want to revisit.
  3. Evening: Depart from Jinan.


Day 1: Arrival and Wulin Square

  • Morning: Arrive in Hangzhou. Check into your hotel and rest.
  • Afternoon: Visit Wulin Square for shopping and sightseeing.
  • Evening: Dine at a local Hangzhou restaurant for a taste of traditional Hangzhou cuisine.

Day 2: West Lake Exploration

  • Morning: Start with a boat ride on the famous West Lake.
  • Afternoon: Visit Solitary Hill, the Three Pools Mirroring the Moon, and the West Lake Museum.
  • Evening: Attend the Impression West Lake Show, a visual spectacle that’s a fusion of light, music, dance, and folklore.

Day 3: Lingyin Temple and Feilai Feng Grottoes

  • Morning: Explore the Lingyin Temple, one of the largest and most famous ancient Buddhist temples in China.
  • Afternoon: Head to Feilai Feng Grottoes to see the stone carvings.
  • Evening: Visit Hefang Street for shopping and tasting street food.

Day 4: Tea Plantations and Chinese Traditional Medicine

  • Morning: Head to Longjing (Dragon Well) Tea Plantations. Learn about tea processing and taste the famous Dragon Well tea.
  • Afternoon: Visit China National Tea Museum.
  • Evening: Take a tour of Hu Qing Yu Tang, a renowned traditional pharmacy, and learn about Chinese medicine.

Day 5: Xixi Wetland Park

  • Morning and Afternoon: Dedicate the day to explore Xixi Wetland Park – China’s first national wetland park.
  • Evening: Savor some local delicacies in a traditional Hangzhou restaurant.

Day 6: Grand Canal and Traditional Villages

  • Morning: Take a boat trip on the Grand Canal, the world’s oldest and longest canal.
  • Afternoon: Visit Xitang Water Town, one of the area’s most renowned traditional villages.
  • Evening: Try some freshwater dishes, a staple of Hangzhou cuisine.

Day 7: Museums and Farewell

  • Morning: Visit Zhejiang Provincial Museum to get insights into the local history and culture.
  • Afternoon: Spend some relaxing moments at Guo’s Garden, a beautifully preserved classical Chinese garden.
  • Evening: Enjoy your last night in Hangzhou with a dinner overlooking the West Lake.


Day 1: Arrival and Riverside Leisure

  1. Arrive in Wuhan and check into your hotel.
  2. Visit the Hankow Bund, the historical riverside area offering splendid views of the Yangtze River.
  3. Have dinner at Hubu Alley to taste local street food and specialties.

Day 2: Wuhan University and Cherry Blossom Viewing (if in season)

  1. Start your day by visiting Wuhan University, one of China’s most beautiful campuses, especially during the cherry blossom season.
  2. Stroll around East Lake (Donghu), the largest urban lake in China.
  3. Take a boat ride on the lake or visit the scenic spots like Mo Hill, Tingtao Scenic Area, or Luoyan Island.

Day 3: Ancient Wuhan

  1. Visit the Yellow Crane Tower (Huanghe Lou), an iconic ancient tower with a panoramic view of the city.
  2. Visit Guiyuan Temple, a prominent Buddhist temple with beautiful gardens.
  3. Explore the Old Wuhan Lanes in the evening, to get a feel for local life.

Day 4: Science and Culture

  1. Visit the Hubei Provincial Museum to understand the province’s history and see the famous Zenghouyi Chimes.
  2. Explore the Wuhan Science and Technology Museum.
  3. Evening at the Jianghan Road Pedestrian Street for shopping and tasting more local delicacies.

Day 5: Outdoor Activities

  1. Head to the Mulan Heaven Lake, a scenic spot a bit outside of the city but worth the trip.
  2. Spend time hiking, boat riding, and exploring the natural beauty.
  3. Evening return to the city and relax.

Day 6: Explore Modern Wuhan

  1. Visit the Wuhan Greenland Center, one of the tallest buildings in China.
  2. Go to the Wuhan Tiandi, a modern commercial and residential development with dining and entertainment options.
  3. Enjoy a night at the Han Show, a water acrobatics performance designed by Franco Dragone, the director behind many Cirque du Soleil masterpieces.

Day 7: Departure Preparations and Last-minute Explorations

  1. Depending on your departure time, you can revisit your favorite spots or explore any areas you missed.
  2. Buy souvenirs and gifts at local shops.
  3. Depart from Wuhan.

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