Find out why Singapore’s Changi
Airport is one of the best in the entire world.
Transportation guide: Grab a taxi to and from the airport. It costs between
SG$20-30 from the city center; but is more expensive during peak hours. From
Tanah Merah station you can take the subway to the terminals 2 and 3. Once
you get to either of those, the airport shuttle bus will get you wherever
else you need to go.
Travel visa services: In addition to Singapore tourist visas, transit
passengers can apply for 96-hour transit visa. This way you can visit the
Jewel Changi, the most famous part of the entire airport. Otherwise you have
to content yourself with the view from afar as you take the shuttle bus
between terminals for your transfer.
Highlights: Changi Airport is divided into four terminals with free shuttle
buses between them. As the largest transit airport in Southeast Asia, chances
are good you will at least pass through Changi on your way to Europe or
America. If you have a long layover, ask about the Free Singapore Tour, which
will let you see a bit of the city.
There are many VIP lounges, various famous brand stores, and local
restaurants in the airport. Even if it takes a long time to transit, don’t
worry about getting bored. Changi has cinemas, entertainment areas, and
social spaces too.
In addition to all kinds of shopping, shopping, and shopping, the most
pleasantly surprising thing for me were the cactus gardens, sunflower
gardens, orchid gardens, and butterfly gardens in several terminal buildings.
Experience the beauty and mystery of tropical creatures up close.
Tips: If you are visiting for the first time but don’t want to pass through
immigration, you might as well take a shuttle bus around the terminal and at
least enjoy the scenery from a distance. Be sure to visit the butterfly
garden at T3, which is really charming.
Sen LI Photography
Singapore Changi Airport's most worthwhile new landmark - Xingyao Changi
Singapore's Changi Airport, which has won the best airport in the world, has always been a favorite place. The "Jewel Changi Airport" project launched on April 17 has become another new landmark in Singapore recently.
The transparent circular building in Terminal 1 combines shopping, entertainment and leisure functions with a total area of 137,000 square meters and 10 floors above and below ground. Terminal building. The world's tallest indoor waterfall, indoor forest with more than 200 plants, garden view of the top park, a 250-meter long jump network and 50-meter long walkway, and two 500-square-meter labyrinths Feel the elements of the Garden City, which was designed by the internationally renowned architects Safdie Architects and architects from IELTS and Benoy Architects.
The most worthwhile landscape in this Xingyao Changi project:
rain vortex, the 40-meter indoor rain vortex waterfall (Rain Vortex) is definitely "Xing Yao" The C position of Yi should become the highest indoor waterfall in the world. All visitors from the first floor to the third floor are full of Dangdang. Each station will feel super shocked when watching this waterfall. The huge vortex will pour a huge stream of water, like a water curtain hole, which makes people feel the pleasure of being at the foot of the mountain.
7:30 every night, the rain whirlpool has a light show in the evening, different light and shadow on the top gives a visual enjoyment, but unfortunately we did not catch ~
intention 360 Do you feel good looking at the creative photos taken at an angle?