Scoot gives passengers over 20 thousand more seats for their travels to Singapore, Jeju and Lombok

Colorful buildings in Katong district in Singapore
Edited by Travel Weekly

    With the summer holidays fast approaching, Scoot has increased their flights over the December to February period to give passengers over 20 thousand more seats to an exotic escape – whether they seek urban excitement, natural wonders or cultural immersion.

    As part of their commitment to delivering exceptional travel experiences, Scoot is thrilled to announce an increase in flights from Melbourne and Sydney to inspire your readers to embark on an adventure to the stunning locations of Singapore, Jeju and Lombok.

    1. Singapore: The Ultimate Urban Oasis

    Travellers can delve into Singapore with its perfect fusion of tradition and modernity.

    • Iconic landmarks: Explore Gardens by the Bay, Sentosa Island and Marina Bay Sands, and witness the spectacular Supertree Grove light show.
    • Cultural delights: Discover the rich heritage of Chinatown, Little India, and Kampong Glam.
    • Culinary extravaganza: Savour the diverse flavours of Singaporean cuisine from street stalls to fine dining.


    1. Jeju: Island of Natural Wonders

    South Korea’s hidden gem, boasts cooler-climate adventures and a café scene hot enough to give Melbourne a run for it’s money.

    • Volcanic wonders: Explore Seongsan Ilchulbong, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the impressive Manjanggul Cave.
    • Outdoor adventures: Share thrilling experiences like hiking on snowy Hallasan Mountain or exploring Jeju’s coastal beauty.
    • Café culture: So many cafes, so little time! The atmosphere amongst these cafes are unique focusing on blending nature with interior design

    1. Lombok: Indonesia’s Hidden Treasure

    A tropical paradise with natural beauty and culture – Like Bali but without the crowds!

    • Beach bliss: Pristine sands and crystal-clear waters of Kuta and Tanjung Aan beaches.
    • Waterfall wonderland: Plan a trip to the stunning Tiu Kelep and Sendang Gile waterfalls.
    • Local culture: Immerse in Lombok’s Sasak traditions and visit traditional villages.

    More Flights, More Fun: Upgraded Frequencies

    Scoot will be increasing their flight frequencies for the summer season from December 2023 to February 2024:

    • One additional 2x weekly MEL flight (TR42/43)*
    • One additional 1x weekly SYD flight (TR44/45)*
    • Our frequencies will go up to 14x weekly MEL flights, 12x weekly SYD flights, and 12x weekly PER flights*.
    • Taken together, these additional frequencies give passengers over 20 thousand more seats for their travels to and from Melbourne and Sydney.

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