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Explore These Attractions At Changi Airport Terminal Before Your Flight!


One of the consistently top ranking airports in the world is Changi Airport. Whether you are on a layover or jetting in/out of Singapore, this airport always has something to do different within 4 terminals. With fast check-in, baggage tagging, luxury lounges, high-speed Wi-Fi, the airport also offers the peaceful and green lush gardens. So, take time to explore these gardens at change airport terminal and discover some of nature’s best-kept secrets here.

Cactus Garden: (Terminal 1)

Location: Departure Transit Hall, Level 3, Terminal 1

With 100 species of Cacti 7 plants, The Cactus Garden is a popular place for visitors to stretch out and bask in the sun. You can enjoy a drink or two as you relax with a bar in the garden.  The multi-purpose cacti, such as the Prickly Pear Cactus, have delicious edible stems and fruit that can be eaten raw or cooked. They can even be used to make candy, jam, vodka and its juice is also used as medicine. So, head to the Traveler’s Cactus Pub located at this roof garden to enjoy a freshly mixed cocktail while catching some rays.

Sunflower Garden (Terminal 2)

Location: Departure Hall, Level 3, Transit Hall. Terminal 2

Changi Airport’s sunflower garden houses with 500 several varieties of yellow flowers. To catch a healthy dose of Vitamin D or to see the garden transformed with special lighting by night, this rooftop sunflower garden is the optimal choice. A breath-taking view of the runway and aircraft parking bays nearby is also available.

Butterfly Garden (Terminal 3)

Location: Departure Transit Hall, Level 2 & 3, Terminal 3

The world’s first Butterfly Garden in an airport is designed as a tropical butterfly habitat with a profusion of flowering plants, lush greenery, and a 6-meter grotto-waterfall. You will see about 1,000 tropical butterflies from as many as 40 species during the different seasons of the year. Visitors can learn more about the lifecycle of these creatures at educational corners and individual enclosures.

Orchid Garden (Terminal 2)

Location: Departure Hall, Level 2, Transit Hall, Terminal 2

The royal purple and warm yellow Dendrobium Changi Airport was launched in May 1997. The Orchid Garden features more than 700 orchids of 30 species grouped by their various colors and shapes to represent the 4 elements of nature: Earth, Water, Fire, and Air.

  • White orchids displayed with floating glass bubbles represent ‘Air’
  • Rare brown and green orchids displayed with tree root sculptures represent ‘Earth’.
  • Floral columns simulating giant candles represent ‘Fire’
  • Clustered blue and violet orchids represent the ‘Water’ element.

Enchanted Garden (Terminal 2)

Location: Departure Transit Hall, Level 2, Terminal 2

An interactive and decorative Enchanted Garden is available with magically sight and sound while you get around the garden. Motion sensors trigger sounds of nature and blooming flowers while fiber-optic and LED lighting form a fascinating carpet of sparkling lights. The centerpiece of the garden comprises of four giant glass bouquet sculptures decorated with a mosaic of reflective and shimmering stained-glass. These glass bouquets are a dazzling variety of freshly-cut flowers and soft ferns.

Crystal Garden (Terminal 3)

Location: Departure Transit Lounge, Level 1, Terminal 3

The Crystal Garden has a great selection of flowering plants and 12 spheres of artisan dandelion glass sculptures of varying sizes. 1,735 Bohemian glass components give the sculpture richness and texture. The Garden also gently integrates nature into the Central Piazza to present travelers with a burst of color and activity. The seeds of the dandelions floating across the Crystal Garden represent passengers on their onward journeys, spreading out to different corners of the world, as seeds would travel.

Total, there are 10 gardens in Changi Airport, has interesting secrets and so many natural experiences to explore. There is no wonder why Changi Airport is consistently ranked among the world’s best airports. So, come early to hang out among nature before your flight. The only ticket you need is your boarding pass.

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