Singapore’s Changi Airport is a model of the modern smooth-functioning well-maintained airport, it an award-winning airport operation, but its appeal is deeper than that. Changi Airport, in Singapore, topped the list of the Skytrax “best airport” for the fourth time again this year.
At Changi, there’s plenty to entertain passengers at the airport and no matter how long the layover is it will always be short to cover the whole Changi Airport. Here are popular attractions that put it above other airports around the world.
Changi houses the first butterfly garden to be found in an airport. It features an abundance of flowering plants and a six-meter-tall waterfall and houses 1,000 species of butterflies.
The airport features cinemas in terminals 2 and 3 – it is completely free to visit, new blockbusters and specialist releases are shown, and both are open 24 hours a day.
The airport has multiple gardens and green spaces for those who want to reconnect with something close to a natural setting between flights. An open-air cactus and sunflower garden is a popular spot; an ‘enchanted garden’ comes to life when visitors enter its grounds; an orchid garden stands beside a koi pond.
Singapore does have a, but that is dependent on certain conditions. You must have a valid onward air ticket departing within 96 hours; and You must have a valid visa issued by any of the following countries: Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, New Zealand, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States of America.
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