With three, almost four terminals, Singapore Changi Airport is by no means small, but with plenty of travellators and the Skytrain, you can easily travel between terminals, and if you have a long layover here, you may well be tempted too. Singapore Changi has so much to do, you could probably spend a day or so here in relative comfort. For those with a love of the great outdoors, airports aren’t usually a great spot for you, but within the terminals of Singapore Changi Airport you’ll find a beautiful butterfly garden, sunflower garden, cactus garden, koi pond, orchid garden as well as an outdoor viewing deck, ideal for watching aircraft comings and goings.
If you’d rather be pampered, aside from the vast range of shops and restaurants you’ll also find the Fish Spa, where you can get a fish pedicure, reflexology or massage. If you’d rather something a little quicker, and cheaper, you can find massage chairs scattered throughout the airport, ideal for relieving tired muscles. If, after that, you’d like something low-key, you can head over to the cinema to watch a movie for free, play games on the entertainment deck, watch sport in the experience deck, or chill out by the rooftop pool. If you’re travelling with children, there are also kids’ playgrounds, ideal for wearing out the young ones before their flight.
You’ll also find shower facilities, a gym and a snooze lounge all available to help ready you for your onward flights. Combined with free Wi-Fi, free charging stations and a plethora of art installations, you’ll find your time at Singapore Changi Airport can refresh not only your phones battery life, but yours too.