About Singapore Changi Airport (SIN)

A major aviation hub for South East Asia, Singapore Changi Airport operates routes to more than 250 cities worldwide. Our guide to Singapore Changi Airport includes important contact details, as well as information regarding terminal facilities, public transport access and nearby accommodation options.

Airport news:

Terminal 4 opened on 31 October 2017, and a fifth terminal is planned for 2020. Expansion of the airport's parking facilities is also taking place.


Information counters can be found at several locations within the terminals. Help telephones and touch-screen information kiosks are also situated throughout the airport. Additionally, passengers can submit enquiries in advance through the airport's website.


Driving directions:

The East Coast Parkway toll road runs directly between the airport and Singapore city centre. Cash cards for the toll can be purchased from car hire companies at the airport. The total drive time to the airport from central Singapore is approximately 30 minutes, depending on traffic conditions.

Transfer between terminals:

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

For Terminal 4, there is a free bus shuttle connects terminal 4 with terminals 1, 2 and 3 round the clock.

Airport Info

, Airport Boulevard, Singapore,

Singapore Changi Airport is located 20km (13 miles) northeast of the city of Singapore.

No. of terminals:

+65 6595 6868

Public Transport

Public transport road:

Ground transportation desks (tel: +65 6241 3818) are situated in the arrivals hall of each terminal, and provide information on all forms of transport to/from the airport.

Bus: Go Ahead Bus; operate bus 36, which runs several times an hour between the airport and city centre destinations. The service departs from the airport basement and it takes about 60 minutes to get to downtown Singapore (fares: around S$2). Ticket machines on the bus don't give change so passengers are advised to get small denominations at the change machine in the arrivals halls.

Coach: A regular Transtar (tel: +65 6299 9009; coach service leaves from all terminals for Johor Bahru, across the causeway in Malaysia (journey time: 2 hours 15 minutes; fare: S$10).

Shuttle: Shared-ride shuttle buses (tel: +65 6241 3818) run between the airport and city centre hotels (journey time: 40 minutes; fare: S$9).

Taxi: Taxi ranks are situated outside the arrivals hall and are available 24 hours a day. The journey to the city takes around 30 minutes and the fare ranges from S$20 to S$40, depending on the destination, grade of taxi and time of day or night.

Public transport rail:

Rail: The MRT (tel: +65 1 800 336 8900; station is located beneath Terminals 2 and 3. It takes about 35 minutes to reach the city centre by train (with one change at Tanah Merah) and fares range from S$1.40 to S$2.50, depending on the exact location of the required destination.

Terminal facilities


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 Lost & Found counter can be found at baggage reclaim. Porters are on hand to assist passengers with baggage (for a small fee). Left baggage counters are also available in all terminals.


The airport is home to a number of well-equipped transit lounges. Additionally, showers in the transit hotels may be used by non-guests for a fee. The airport is also home to themed gardens, a swimming pool and spa facilities.

Other facilities include walk-in medical clinics, a 24-hour medical emergency centre (tel: +65 6543 1118 or 6543 2223), pharmacies and a multi-faith prayer room. Baby-change rooms and children's play areas are also available; most female toilets have baby change facilities. There is also a 12m-high (39ft) slide (crowned the largest slide in an airport) in Terminal 3; certain to make any long delays more bearable for little ones.

Airport facilities

Disabled facilities:

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 6543 1118). Any passengers who may require additional assistance are advised to contact their airline in advance of travel.

Car parking:

There are currently six car parks at Singapore Changi Airport: uncovered car park 1 serves Terminal 1, multi-storey car park 2 serves Terminal 2, while car parks 3B and 3A serve Terminal 3. A smaller car park is located next to the former budget terminal.

Car rental:

Avis and Budget have car hire counters in Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 4, while Hertz has offices in Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 only.