Singapore Jewel Changi Airport is not just about the airport itself; it’s an attraction in its own right. Whether you’re a traveler passing through Changi Airport or a local resident looking for a unique outing, Jewel offers an extraordinary blend of nature, shopping, dining, entertainment, and architectural wonder. It’s an experience that showcases Singapore’s commitment to innovation, sustainability, and creating unforgettable memories.
Singapore Jewel Changi Airport
The original plan was to visit the Rain Vortex of Singapore right after we arrived in Singapore. But our flight got delayed and we arrived at Changi Airport at around 2 a.m. so we decided to skip it on our first day and reschedule it for our last day in the country. If you will also do the same, I suggest going to the airport early because if you take the MRT to Changi Airport, you will arrive at Terminal 4 and you need to ride a shuttle bus to take you to the Jewel.
At the heart of Jewel is the breathtaking indoor garden known as the Forest Valley. It features thousands of plants, trees, and a cascading indoor waterfall, the Rain Vortex. The Rain Vortex is the world’s tallest indoor waterfall, and it transforms into a mesmerizing light and sound show in the evening every 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
If you have a long layover or need to rest, Jewel houses a hotel called YOTELAIR Singapore Changi Airport, offering comfortable and convenient accommodations.
GETTING TO JEWEL
To get to Jewel Changi Airport in Singapore, you can use various transportation options, depending on your starting point.
|FROM CHANGI AIRPORT:|
Jewel Changi Airport is directly connected to Terminals 1, 2, and 3 of Changi Airport, making it easily accessible for travelers with connecting flights or long layovers.
From Terminal 1
Jewel is connected to the Arrival Hall (level 1) of Terminal 1.
From Terminal 2
Jewel is a 5 to 10-minute walk via a link bridge from the Departure Hall (level 2) of Terminal 2 (near row 1).
From Terminal 3
Jewel is a 5 to 10-minute walk via a link bridge from the Departure Hall (level 2) of Terminal 3 (near row 11).
From Terminal 4
Take the free shuttle bus from Terminal 4 Arrival Lounge to Jewel/ Terminal 1 (opposite Jewel Level 2 Drop-off point). Direct shuttle bus service (T4 – Jewel) is available from 6 am to 12 am daily, while loop bus service (T4 – T3 – T1 – T4) is available from 1 am to 6 am daily.
Jewel is open 24hrs.
Most shops operate between 10 am to 10 pm.
Selected shops have extended operating hours.
| By MRT (Mass Rapid Transit):|
If you’re in other parts of Singapore, you can take the MRT to Changi Airport MRT Station. This station is part of the East-West Line (Green Line).
Once you arrive at Changi Airport MRT Station, follow the signs to Jewel Changi Airport. Upon exiting the station, Jewel is accessible via link bridges located at level 2 of Terminals 2 and 3.
The following Bus Services will stop at Terminal 1’s basement bus bay:
Upon arrival at Terminal 1, please follow the signs to Jewel from Level 1 of the terminal.
|BY PRIVATE CAR/TAXI:|
From the City Centre:
• 20-minute drive via East Coast Parkway (ECP), which leads into Airport Boulevard.
From Woodlands Checkpoint
• 30-minute drive via Tampines Expressway (TPE) and Seletar Expressway (SLE)
From Tuas Checkpoint
• 40-minute drive via the East Coast Parkway Expressway (ECP) and Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE)
Motor Vehicles (including Vans):
• Short-term Parking (B2M and B2)
First 90 mins: S$0.04/min
Subsequent 30 mins or part thereof S$5/30mins
• General Parking (B3 to B5)
Motorcycles & Scooters:
• S$1.30 per day (7:00 am to 6:59 am next day)
If you want to experience the Jewel in full, I suggest spending a day here and try to join tours. Here are the links if you are interested.
|BOOK VIA KLOOK 👉 Jewel Changi Airport Attraction Ticket in Singapore|
|BOOK VIA KLOOK 👉 Singapore Discover Jewel Tour|
|BOOK VIA KLOOK 👉 Best of Jewel Changi Airport Tour|
|BOOK VIA KLOOK 👉Jewel Heist Game Tour in Singapore|
If you have questions let me know in the comment section below.
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