Singapore Airport has Halal Food and Prayer rooms for the convienience of the Muslim Travellers in each of the terminals. All Halal food eateries which display the Halal sign are certified Halal by Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS),  the Halal...more

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Singapore Airport has Halal Food and Prayer rooms for the convienience of the Muslim Travellers in each of the terminals. All Halal food eateries which display the Halal sign are certified Halal by Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS),  the Halal certification authority of Singapore. The Airport prayer rooms are multi-faith and all of them provide proper wudu facilities.

The Singapore Changi Airport has been ranked in the Top 10 Halal Friendly Airports in non-OIC member countries by Crescentrating.  

Safety, Security and Health


All arriving, transit and departing passengers at Changi Airport are subject to temperature screening.

Passengers who are febrile or display respiratory symptoms will be referred to a doctor on duty. 

Airport Staff

All airport staff entering the transit area will have to undergo temperature screening.

Staff who have a high temperature will be asked to consult a doctor immediately. 

Wear a mask at all times

All passengers, aircrew and airport staff must wear a mask at all times at Changi Airport. In addition, all passengers and crew members must also wear a mask for the entire duration of flight for flights bound for or departing from Changi Airport.

Cleaning & Disinfecting

Changi Airport conducts frequent cleaning and disinfecting across its terminals and at Jewel Changi Airport.

High-contact areas across the airport such as door handles, water coolers, counter tops, baggage trolleys and lift buttons are cleaned and disinfected more frequently.

Frequent swab tests are conducted at these areas to ensure the efficacy of cleaning and disinfection.

Changi Airport has been conferred the SG Clean certification by Singapore’s National Environment Agency, which certifies sites with a raised level of cleanliness and public hygiene. 

Extra protection

For an added layer of protection, frequently-touched surfaces such as automated check-in kiosks, trolleys, lift buttons and security trays are coated with a protective antimicrobial coating to reduce the risk of virus transmission. 

Autonomous cleaning equipment are deployed throughout the airport cleaning and disinfecting the floors and carpets at Changi Airport daily.

Hand sanitisers are available for use across all terminals and Jewel Changi Airport, from check-in rows to gate hold rooms.


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Changi has four terminals, numbered 1, 2, 3 and 4. Most airlines, especially low-cost carriers, use Terminal 1. Singapore Airlines flights depart from Terminal 2 or 3, depending on the destination. Terminal 4 (Jewel Changi) is the latest addition to the terminals at Changi Airport.


Terminals 1, 2 and 3 are connected by a complimentary Skytrain service in both the transit and public areas. Operating hours: 6:00 AM—12:00 AM. 

On Foot

Terminals 1 and 3 are connected via the Jewel link bridges at the public areas and within the Departure Transit areas.

Prayer Facilities

Prayer rooms are available in all the Terminals (1, 2 and 3) within the Transit areas. Although they are multi-faith prayer rooms, they cater to the requirements of Salaath with wudu facilities and male and female prayer areas.

The directions to the prayer rooms are clearly marked. If you are unable to find them, please ask the staff at the airport.

It is better to perform Salaath in the airport prayer rooms at the transit area before leaving immigration, as the nearest Masjid is a few kilometres away. Changi airport does not have prayer rooms in public areas.


T1 - Transit

Level 3, Departure Transit Hall

T2 - Transit

Level 2, Departure Transit Hall North (near Gate E)

T3 - Transit

Level 2, Departure Transit Hall South

T4 - Transit

Level 2M, Departure Transit Hall

Halal Food

Changi airport has many halal food outlets both in the transit areas and the public areas. Look for the Halal logo at the food outlets to make sure they are certified as Halal Food.

Find out more about the Halal food places at Changi Airport here.



There are various choices for getting from the airport to the city and back. If you would like to drive around yourself in Singapore you can rent a car at the Car Rental Counters open from 7 am to 11 pm at each terminal.

Taxis are the most convenient way of getting to and from the Airport. They are easily available at each terminal, 24 hours a day, with the fare being the metered fare plus additional airport charges. The normal taxi will cost around S$25.00 to the city. Getting a taxi to get to the airport from anywhere in the city is not difficult.

The train or Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) is also a good option for budget-conscious travellers. It will only cost a few dollars per person for a one-way ticket. The journeys both to the city and back each take less than half an hour. The MRT Station is located under Terminals 2 and 3 and the first train arrives at around 0530hr and the last leaves at 2318hr.

Public Bus

Terminals 1, 2 and 3: You can take buses 24, 27, 34, 36, 53, 110 and 858 to all 3 Terminals.

Terminal 4: Public buses 24, 34, 36 and 110 will also bring you to Terminal 4. 

Please prepare the exact fare for your trip as no change will be given. Alternatively, a stored-value EZ-link card for multiple rides can be purchased from any Changi Recommends store or the Changi Airport train station.


To get to Changi Airport, take the East West Line to Tanah Merah MRT Station (EW4/CG), then transfer to Changi Airport MRT Station (CG2).

Alternatively, take the Downtown Line to Expo MRT Station (CG1/DT35), then transfer to Changi Airport MRT Station. 

From Tanah Merah MRT Station to Changi Airport MRT Station:

First Train

  • Monday to Saturday: 5:20 AM

  • Sunday and public holidays: 5:47 AM

Last Train

  • Daily: 11:50 PM 

From Expo MRT Station to Changi Airport MRT Station:

First Train

  • Monday to Saturday: 5:23 AM

  • Sunday and public holidays: 5:49 AM

Last Train

  • Daily: 11:54 PM 

​Single-ride tickets and EZ-link cards can be purchased at all train stations.

Get detailed train timings on the SMRT Journey Planner.


Hail a taxi on the street, or make a booking in advance by contacting one of the following taxi operators at their respective hotlines. Surcharges may apply.

  • Comfort or CityCab: +65 6552 1111

  • Premier Taxis: +65 6363 6888​

  • Prime Taxi: +65 6778 0808​

  • SMRT Taxis: +65 6555 8888​

  • Trans-Cab: +65 6555 3333​


There is plenty of great shopping as well as entertainment at Changi one could spend hours there without getting bored, just make sure not to miss your next flight! Plasma TVs are set up at each terminal, displaying the latest daily and financial news.

The Entertainment Deck at Terminal 2 offers the traveller a free LAN Gaming Room, a Movie Theatre and Xbox360/Playstation 3 equipped with the latest games. All three terminals offer passengers in transit free screenings at the Movie Lounges, 24 hours a day. Children's Playgrounds for children aged 1 to 12 years are available in all three terminals.

For Nature Lovers, Changi Airport boasts 6 gardens in its transit areas. There are four beautiful gardens in Terminal 2: the Orchid Garden & Koi Pond, the rooftop Sunflower Garden, the Bamboo Garden and the Fern Garden & Koi Pond. The famous rooftop cactus garden can be found in Terminal 1, and the world's first airport Butterfly Garden, also home to about 200 carnivorous plants, is located at Terminal 3.


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-Cash Machines (ATM)                               -Currency Exchange

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-Changing Room                                       -Baby Care Rooms

-Baggage Storage                                     -Rest Areas

-SIM Card Purchase                                   -Lost & Found

-Porter Service                                          -Wheelchair Rental

-Stroller Rental                                          -Information Counter

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