So you now know about Changi Airport’s early check-in option.
Now there’s every reason to check out these 5 surprising things you never knew you could do at the airport for your pre-adventure adventure.
Perhaps you’ve walked past this installation without stopping to check it out – the magnificent 9-metre tall Social Tree is Changi’s memory capsule, where you can take a picture at the photobooth, decorate it with digital backgrounds and stickers, and preserve the memory for years to come.
Terminal 1, Central Piazza, right after immigration counters, Transit Area
NEXT: Be at one with nature in unique themed gardens →
Wander through the 5 themed gardens to refresh yourself with nature – it’s a weary journey ahead. There’s the Cactus Garden and Water Lily Garden in Terminal 1, the Sunflower Garden and Orchid Garden in Terminal 2, and the Butterfly Garden in Terminal 3. Singapore isn’t termed a Green City for naught!
NEXT: Whizz down the four-storey tall slide →
The young ones (and the young at heart) will love this one! Redeem a ride down the 12-metre long slide with every $10 spent in a single receipt.
Terminal 3, Arrival Hall, Level 1, Public Area
NEXT: Swim in the rooftop pool with a view →
Squeeze some last-minute workout into your hectic travel schedule at the Balinese-themed rooftop pool, or simply take a dip in the Jacuzzi while you enjoy the view of planes taking off on the runway.
All this for a small fee of $13.91 per person; you also get a complimentary drink!
Terminal 1, Departure Transit Lounge, near D gates, Level 3
NEXT: Enjoy a movie marathon with the latest movie releases →
You’ll find movie theatres at Terminals 2 and 3 screening the latest movies, providing entertainment for the idle traveler or die-hard movie fan alike.
Best of all? It’s open 24 hours daily!
Terminal 2, Departure Transit Lounge, near Sunflower Garden, Level 3
Terminal 3, Departure Transit Lounge North, near Ambassador Transit Lounge, Level 3
NEXT: Preserve a moment in time at the Social Tree →
By Pinky Chng, last updated April 2017
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