Enjoy your flight to Tel Aviv with Air France

Tel Aviv is a major tourist destination in the Middle East

Tel Aviv is the second largest city in Israel, and a significant tourist destination in the Middle East. With a thriving economy and nightlife there is plenty to do on a holiday in this interesting city, which is situated on the Mediterranean Sea. It is also the home of Israel's only stock exchange and much of the economic activity in the country. Its ancient roots began in Jaffa, now a part of Tel Aviv, which has associations with Bible stores and has much interesting history and architecture to explore.
Air France is the premier way to travel from Singapore to Tel Aviv. There are flights several times a week. During your journey you receive a blanket, pillow, and have the option of earplugs and an eye mask. You can enjoy magazines, films, games and music too. There are high quality meals to enjoy from our special a la carte menu. By choosing to book online to buy your airline ticket there are many benefits. You can review and change your booking details, reserve personal options such as seating and the cabin size that you prefer, and complete an online check-in from up to 30 hours before the flight leaves. You can earn Miles for your trip through the Flying Blue program too.
Tel Aviv has warm winters and hot summers and so is an excellent place to stay and visit throughout the year.

Tel Aviv is the economic and cultural heart of Israel

Tel Aviv is a great place to come to understand more of the history and culture of Israel. The Tel Aviv Performing Arts Centre houses the Israeli Opera and the Cameri Theatre, which conducts a number of social action projects. It is next to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, which has a permanent exhibition of modern art, including surrealist and futuristic work, as well as work by Picasso. Nearby is also the Municipal Library.
To learn more about the land of Israel, the Eretz Israel Museum has archaeological finds and other artefacts. There are museums on the subject of Israel's military history. The Suzanne Dellal Centre showcases various forms of dance. To learn more about the history of the Israelites, the Bet Hatefutsoth or 'Museum of the Jewish People' tells the story of this ancient people.
The most popular green area is the Hayarkon Park, which has sports areas, lakes, a water park and some botanical gardens. There are also areas for outdoor concerts. Gan HaHashmal, or the 'electric park' was once a power station but is now a public park. Ariel Sharon Park was once a garbage dump but is to be a new open space for visitors and inhabitants of the city. There is a nearby Safari Park to enjoy viewing the semi-wild animals there.
There are a number of interesting arts and crafts fairs, as well as local farmers' markets to try. Although the main language is Hebrew, Tel Aviv is a very multicultural city and there is provision for many different languages.

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