Enjoy a flight to Paris with Air France

Paris : the "City of Light" - and capital of France

The city of Paris is at the very heart of France. As the country's vibrant and picturesque capital, Paris itself is the home of 2 million people, though the metropolitan area around the city has 12 million inhabitants. Paris is often called the "City of Light", due to its early adoption of gas street lighting in the 1800s, and also its significant role in the Enlightenment period of scientific and rational advances.
With its iconic landmark, the Eiffel tower, and the beautiful Cathedral Notre-Dame-de-Paris, there are hundreds of attractions for visitors, both tourists on holiday and business travellers.
Paris has a history that stretches back to the 3rd Century BC. By the 12th Century it had become a highly influential centre for learning and trade, and was the largest city in the Western world.
As the largest airline in France, Air France is the premier way to travel from Singapore to Paris. Flying from Singapore Changi Airport to Paris Charles de Gaulle several times a week, there are many exclusive benefits on the airline, such as the provision of a blanket, pillow, magazines, films, music, and high quality meals . Booking online to buy your airplane ticket, you will benefit from many advantages for your flight: you can review and change your reservation, reserve personalized options such as seating and cabin size, and complete an online check-in from 30 hours before the flight's departure. You can also earn Miles for your journey on the Flying Blue program to receive benefits and rewards as you fly.
Paris can be enjoyed all year round. It is warmest in the months of May to September, with average daily temperatures of 20 degrees Centigrade in the hottest month of July. The main language spoken is French and the currency is the Euro, which can also be used in most of the European region. One significant festival is Bastille Day on July 14th.

Paris is a world-leading cultural centre

For centuries, Paris has been a hugely influential city in fields as diverse as fashion, academia and economics. It has been the home of many influential philosophers and writers, from Ernest Hemingway to Descartes.
There are many exciting attractions in Paris that you can visit during your stay in the city. Paris is the home of the world-famous art gallery the Louvre, which displays the famous Mona Lisa. The city hosts the twice-yearly Paris Fashion week, which is the highlight of the haute-couture calendar. The theatres, luxury shops and cafes of the Champs Elysees are well-known. There are many romantic restaurants and walks down attractive streets to enjoy.
You can visit the sights of Paris in a very economical way by using The Paris Pass which gives free entrance to over 60 of Paris' most famous museums and attractions, a free bus tour of Paris, free travel on the metro and the buses within zones 1-3, the option to skip queues for some attractions, and a guidebook. There are many options for accommodation and transport around the city, so you can make the most of your stay.

For more information about Paris, you can visit the following websites (in English)