Singapore, Singapore Changi Airport (SIN), Singapore

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Facilities & infrastructure


Bureaux de change kiosks are open 24 hours a day and are located in all terminals. Banks and ATMs are also available throughout the airport.


Singapore Changi Airport has many restaurants, cafés, bars, delis, fast-food outlets and snack bars, offering both Western and Asian cuisine. Many of these eateries are open 24 hours a day.


There are numerous shops at Singapore Changi Airport, including duty-free outlets and 24-hour mini-supermarkets in all terminals. Other retailers sell a range of items, from the latest fashion to specialist local produce.


Left-luggage services are available in all terminals. The information and customer service counters can be approached about lost and found items, or alternatively, passengers should contact the relevant airline. Porters are on hand to assist passengers with baggage (for a fee).


The airport is home to a number of well-equipped transit lounges. The airport is also home to themed gardens, a swimming pool and fitness centre.

Other facilities include walk-in medical clinics, a 24-hour medical emergency centre (tel: +65-654/322 23), pharmacies and a multi-faith prayer room. Baby-change rooms and children’s play areas are also available.

Conference & Business

There are business lounges within the transit hotels in terminals 1, 2 and 3.


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    Singapore Changi Airport has level access, lifts, ramps and accessible toilets. A 24-hour wheelchair hire service is available from the medical centres (Tel. +65-654/31 11 18)– passengers requiring special assistance should inform their airline prior to travel.

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    General info

    Airport Singapore_(SIN)

    Airportcode: SIN

    Number of Terminals: 4


    Information counters can be found at several locations within the terminals. Help telephones and touch-screen information kiosks are also situated throughout the airport.

    Transfer between Terminals

    The free Skytrain service runs frequently between the terminals 1, 2, and 3, between terminals 2 and 4 runs a shuttlebus. Travellators connect the terminals to the transit areas.

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    Visa & Immigration

    IATA Travel Centre

    The IATA Travel Centre delivers accurate passport, visa and health requirement information at a glance. It is a trusted, centralized source for the latest international travel requirements. The IATA Travel Centre is the most accurate source available because it is based on a comprehensive database used by virtually every airline, and information is gathered from official sources worldwide, such as immigration and police authorities.

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    Getting around

    Public Transport

    Efficient Singapore is one of the easiest cities in the world to explore. The underground trains of Singapore Mass Rapid Transport ( run from early morning to late at night, connecting every corner of the city, including the airport. Tickets are sold in stations; buy a magnetic EZ-Link card or Singapore Tourist Pass for unlimited travel. SMRT shares the city’s bus routes with SBS Transit (


    Air-conditioned taxis offer a welcome respite from the heat and humidity, but note that empty taxis can be difficult to find at peak times. As driving speed is strictly regulated in Singapore, it’s wise to avoid last-minute dashes to the airport. Taxis are metered and tips are not expected. Cabs can be booked online (


    Hotels in Singapore


    Gleaming modern hotels rise over Singapore like a gigantic crystal garden. Upmarket offerings from global chains are the mainstay, but the boutique hotel scene is growing, and a

    handful of elegant period properties fly the flag for Singapore’s colonial past.Budget options are concentrated around Little India and Bencoolen Street in Chinatown.

    Marina Bay Sands

    10 Beachfront Avenue
    018956 Singapore
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    Category: Luxurious

    The rooms offer every comfort and convenience and an exceptional view of the bay, and the restaurant and bar concept leaves nothing to be desired, but the open-air infinity pool on the roof of the 57-level building is now a world-famous sensation.


    1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island
    098297 Singapore
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    Category: Luxurious

    A luxurious escape on Sentosa Island, with elegant rooms and sprawling gardens that make the most of the gorgeous views across the bay.

    Hotel Fort Canning

    11 Canning Walk
    178881 Singapore
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    Category: Luxurious

    A colonial villa transformed into a modern design palace, with rooms that wouldn’t look out of place in a millionaire’s mansion.

    Ibis Singapore on Bencoolen

    170 Bencoolen Street
    189657 Singapore
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    Category: Moderate

    Inviting mid-range rooms in a winning location close to Orchard Road, Chinatown and the Marina.

    Fragrance Hotel Selegie

    183 Selegie Road
    188329 Singapore
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    Category: Budget

    On the fringes of Little India, within easy striking distance of Orchard Road, with comfortable rooms and a rooftop pool.