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Skytrain, Walking, Inter-Terminal - Singapore Changi Airport

Transfer Between Terminals Between Terminal 1, 2 and 3:

Passengers can take the complimentary Skytrain service, or make the connection between the terminals by foot.

To and from Terminal 4: A complimentary Shuttle Bus service connecting Terminal 4 to Terminal 2 is available.

Skytrain Skytrain Complimentary Skytrain between Terminal 1,2 and 3 Changi Airport’s Terminal 1,2 and 3 are connected by a free Skytrain service, which operates from 5.00am to 2.30am, at both the transit and public areas. It takes approximately four minutes to travel between terminals by Skytrain, with an average waiting time of four minutes.

As a result of redevelopment works, please note that the Skytrain line connecting Terminals 2 and 3, specifically the public area service and the transit area service between Terminal 3 (B Gates) & Terminal 2 (E Gates) are closed.

The Skytrain line connecting Terminal 3 (A Gates) and Terminal 2 (F Gates) remains operational. The Skytrain line connecting Terminal 1 and 3 is also still operational. Additional information on transferring between Terminals 2 and 3: Location Directions Within the transit areas (to travel between Terminal 3, B Gates and Terminal 2, E Gates)

A free shuttle bus service connecting Terminal 2 (E Gates) and Terminal 3 (B Gates) runs from 5.00am to 2.30am, with an average waiting time of four to seven minutes.

The journey takes about six to eight minutes.

Boarding & alighting points:

Terminal 2: North Bus Station, Level 1, just before Arrival Immigration (take escalator down and turn left). Look out for signs indicating “Shuttle Bus to T3 (B Gates)”

Terminal 3: North Bus Station, Level 1, just before Arrival Immigration (take escalator down and turn right). Look out for signs indicating “Shuttle Bus to T2 (E Gates)”

Alternatively, passengers can take the other Skytrain line, connecting T3 (A Gates) and T2 (F Gates), which continues to operate as usual.

At the public areas By foot using the Mezzanine Level link bridge above the MRT station. It takes approximately five minutes to walk between Terminal 2 and 3.

Skytrain maintenance hours The Skytrain is closed for maintenance works from 2.30am to 5.00am daily. During these non-operational hours, travellers may transfer between the terminals as follows: Location Directions Within the transit areas By foot via the inter-terminal travellators located throughout the Departure Transit areas.

At the public areas A free shuttle bus service connecting all terminals operates from 2.30am to 5.00am daily at 15 minutes intervals. Boarding & alighting points: Terminal 1: Departure Check-in Hall, Level 2, Door 5 Terminal 2: Departure Hall, Level 2, Door 1 Terminal 3: Departure Check-in Hall, Level 2, Door 8 .

 




Enchanted Garden - Changi Airport

Be captivated by this interactive and decorative Enchanted Garden as it "magically" comes to life with sight and sound while you weave through the garden. Motion sensors trigger sounds of nature and blooming flowers while fibre-optic and LED lighting, embedded in the undulating pathways, form a fascinating carpet of sparkling lights. Evoking a Shangri-La-like atmosphere, the centrepiece of the garden comprises of four giant glass bouquet sculptures decorated with a mosaic of reflective and shimmering stained-glass. Nestled within these glass bouquets are a dazzling variety of freshly-cut flowers and soft ferns.




Scientific name: Dicksonia antarctica The Tasmanian Tree Fern is the most popular and true survivor of the fern family. Easy to grow, this versatile beauty has a long life span of over 400 years! Tasmanian Tree Fern’s trunk has a unique feature. Its trunk can be cut and the fern will still be able to grow. In their natural habitat, Tasmanian Tree Fern can grow up to 16 metres and have as many as 70 fronds! The canopy provided by Tasmanian Tree Fern, together with the giant glass bouquets in the Enchanted Garden, helps to create a magical garden experience in the midst of Terminal 2.

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