Singapore Changi International Airport

Singapore Changi International Airport

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Airport Blvd., Singapore, 918146, Singapore
Changi Airport Group

Singapore Changi Airport is the world’s seventh busiest airport, servicing more than 100 international airlines and providing flights to 210 cities worldwide. Established in 1981, the airport now includes three main terminals, along with the Budget Terminal and Jetquay Terminal, which caters to more discerning travelers. Singapore Changi provides ample shopping and dining opportunities, including Prima Taste Kitchen for authentic local cuisine. The airport is also home to a spa, two movie theaters, and a nature trail connecting six gardens, including a butterfly garden. Singapore Transit Tours provides free sightseeing excursions to travelers with at least five hours to spare.

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