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One of the world’s largest and busiest passenger airports, Changi Airport is the main gateway into Singapore, and one of the main hubs for Asia. It rests along the eastern coast of the island, in the area known as Changi. There are three terminals at the airport, and plenty of comfortable services for guests. It is little wonder Changi Airport frequently receives awards in excellence.
This is one of the only airports in the world that make passengers excited about staying there in transit for several hours.
There are numerous gardens and parks within the terminals of Changi Airport. As a matter of fact, this air facility is one of the greenest airports in the entire world. The Butterfly Garden is always a fascinating place for the family to visit, and the Enchanted Garden provides a unique hands-on green space for guests too. The beauty of nature can also be seen in the Orchard Garden.
Children will be thrilled to stay at the airport for a few hours. There is a large indoor playground in the transit area where children can safely play for a few hours. Even more thrilling is the Entertainment Deck, where young passengers can play game consoles, listen to music, and watch movies.
Whether visitors are staying for an hour or several hours in transit, Changi Airport provides plenty of rejuvenation spots to help ease those tired traveller bodies. Passengers can choose from a range of health spas, from fish cleaning massages to full body wraps and packages.
There is plenty to eat and drink inside the Changi Airport terminals. A long list of restaurants is found here, with everything from Western fast-food outlets to Asian delicacies on display. Establishments like Carlsberg Sports Bar and Harry’s Bar allow passengers to enjoy alcoholic beverages before their flight, not to mention good pub food. Plenty of inviting cafés also operate throughout the airport terminals.
Duty free shopping in Changi is world-class, with lots of popular brands ranging from tech to fashion. Visitors can find a range of merchandise, including high-end accessories, handbags, cosmetics, alcohol, fine jewellery and more. If you've forgotten souvenirs of Singapore for anyone back home, there are lots of shops on the way to your gate to grab some, be it magnets, Bengawan Solo kuih-kuih snacks, or Singapore Airlines style batik print memorabilia. Of course, guests can also purchase souvenirs and non-duty free items in one of the many regular stores operating in Changi’s three terminals.