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Standing close to 9 meters tall is Changi Airport’s largest interactive installation, the Social Tree. Allowing passengers to store and share memories and become part of history for years to come, this state of the art memory capsule is a fantastic...more

Singapore, Singapore

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Standing close to 9 meters tall is Changi Airport’s largest interactive installation, the Social Tree. Allowing passengers to store and share memories and become part of history for years to come, this state of the art memory capsule is a fantastic addition to the airports transit area in the central piazza in terminal 1. The 8 touch screen photo booths’ surrounding the Social Tree allow passengers to attach photos and upload videos instantly while the crown of the structure made up of 64 giant 42-inch high definition screens display these pictures and videos. With numerous travelers passing through the airport annually, the Social Tree is one of Singapore’s most innovative attractions and is sure to be used and appreciated by most travelers. Travelers passing through this terminal should definitely spend a few minutes to add a personal memory to the Social Tree and many years from now these travelers and their families will be able to retrieve and relive these digital memories.

Ticket Price

Free

Opening Hour

5am-1am (closed for maintenance from 1am-5am)

Recommended Visit Duration

Around 10 minutes or more

Suitable For

Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children

Must See

The photos and videos left by them on previous visits and those left by family and friends 

Prayer Facilities

Muslim tourists will be able to locate prayer facilities without any difficulty at the Changi Airport as there are several prayer rooms located within the airport. Those using the Social Tree could use the prayer room located in transit area, level 3, terminal 1. While other prayer rooms in terminal 2 and 3 are available too. 

Halal Food

Locating suitable restaurants at the airport is not a problem as there are a number of Halal restaurants and vegetarian restaurants within the airport. Muslim tourists have several options when choosing an outlet to get a bite to eat while waiting for their flight. Aside from popular fast food chains, tourists will find a couple of outlets serving Indian cuisine as well as several restaurants serving local and international favorites. 

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