Consistently ranked among the world’s top airports, there are good reasons why Changi Airport is known to be “a destination in itself”. While the transit areas offer a wide array of leisure activities for travellers, Changi’s public areas are no less attractive. It’s okay if you’re not flying because there’s an experience for every visitor in the airport’s public areas.
For families with little ones
Wood block rubbing stations at T1 & T3:
Encourage colourful self-expression with wood block rubbing stations at T1 and T3. Kids will relish in creating their own masterpieces, choosing from a variety of Singapore icons and a rainbow of colours with the crayons provided.
Let your little artists colour and create at the wood block rubbing stations.
Playgrounds @ T1 & T3:
From easy puzzles to twist-and-turn slides, Changi’s playgrounds are time-tested favourites among children. Let the little ones explore and run about in air-conditioned comfort, all while making a new friend or two! For budding flight enthusiasts, the playground at T1 is located at the viewing gallery, so the whole family can delight in plane-spotting as well.
Energetic kids will enjoy running around and exploring the playgrounds.
The Slide @ T3:
For the older and more adventurous kids, it’s thrills without spills at one of the tallest indoor slides in an airport– The Slide @ T3, Level 1. Measuring 12-metres-tall (that’s four-storeys-high!), this enclosed slide allows riders to whizz down at a speed of six metres per second. For the younger children, a smaller version of The Slide is available at Basement 1.
Zoom down one of the tallest slides in an airport!
Sesame Street fun at Changi Airport:
With the upcoming March school holidays, Changi Loves Kids has rounded up the lovable characters from Sesame Street to entertain the kids. Little ones will revel in the assortment of activities, ranging from an inflatable playground, gachapon machines (these dispense capsule toys), a colourful pop-up exhibition and even collectible activity packs and badges.
Tip: Sesame Street fun doesn’t just end after the March holidays do. Loyal Sesame Street fans who participate in the June and September activities get a special prize during Children’s Day celebrations!
For those with an eye for beauty
Appreciate art around Changi Airport:
Go on an adventure around all four of our terminals and treat your visual senses to an eclectic mix of art pieces around Changi.
Kinetic Rain at T1
A Million Times at Changi at T2
Daisy by Christian Moeller at T3
Petalclouds at T4
Be mesmerised by the synchronicity of T1’s Kinetic Rain or T2’s A Million Times at Changi, a functional clock that has motifs ‘playing’ on its clock face! Inspired by the transportive nature of Changi, T3’s Daisy by Christian Moeller moves in unpredictable patterns as it responds to human movement. More art pieces abound in T4, with Petalclouds, a grand-scale kinetic installation evoking the impression of clouds.
Picture-perfect Changi for the shutterbugs:
Get your cameras (or your smartphones) ready – you’ll discover that just about any corner of the airport is a perfect spot for an amazing snapshot.
How about trying a different perspective the next time you take photos at Changi Airport?
Here are a few suggestions to put a gleam in your discerning eye: the viewing galleries at T1, T2 and T3, the flight departure boards at T1 and T3, and, of course the many exquisite art installations around Changi.
For savvy shopaholics and foodies
Save 7% GST with the Changi Rewards Card:
If retail therapy is the name of your game, arm yourself with a Changi Rewards membership (it’s free!). Not only do you get exclusive savings and rewards at over 60 participating outlets in Changi Airport, you get to rack up points with every dollar you spend. Best part? You don’t have to fly to enjoy these perks.
Rack up exclusive savings and rewards while shopping at Changi Airport.
There’s so much that you can purchase at Changi Airport. From the latest gadgets to daily essentials for your home, there is something for everyone. You can even spice up your wardrobe with the huge range of fashion retailers here.
New food options at T4:
With Singapore’s reputation as a “food paradise”, foodies will be spoiled for choice at Changi too!
Boasting a generous 140 F&B offerings, T4 has the widest range of new eating options in its public area. From casual and affordable (Andes by Aston), to family favourites (London Fat Duck), you won’t be short of new places to dine at.
Premium Japan Farmers Market at T3:
Get the best of Japan’s food products right here in Changi. Premium Japan Farmers Market offers an extensive selection of Japanese produce and meat products exclusively imported from Japan.
Choose from a wide array of Japanese produce and meat products at Premium Japan Farmers Market at T3.
You may also create your own ready-to-eat bento with fresh ingredients such as Wagyu and snow crab.
Japan Gourmet Hall SORA at T2:
Pamper your taste buds at the largest restaurant across Changi’s four terminals. SORA houses six Japanese restaurant brands and a dessert bar, including the renowned okonomiyaki chain, Tsuruhashi Fugetsu, and Italian-Japanese fusion Japoli Kitchen which are new to Singapore.
SORA is the largest restaurant for authentic Japanese cuisine in Changi Airport.
Mix Modan from Fugetsu
Mentaiko pizza from Japoli Kitchen
While parents indulge in authentic Japanese cuisine, children can scurry off to SORA KIDS, a dedicated corner to entertain the little ones.
Kids will be kept entertained with educational games and activities at SORA KIDS.
Educational games and activities are available on a huge interactive touch screen for kids to explore, and popular kid-friendly shows are also being played on an LCD screen to keep them pre-occupied.
Whatever your definition of leisure is, you’ll find that Changi Airport’s public areas has many offerings to delight all your senses. Flying or not, do explore these great experiences the next time you’re here!