Jewel Changi Airport has increased footfalls during peak hours in the early morning and evenings. The best time to visit is on a weekday afternoon. The peak hour rush dies down by this time and makes it the perfect time to visit without large crowds.
Weekends are generally a crowded time across most Singapore attractions. But you might be able to see weekend exclusive activities or stalls if you venture out during this time.
The best time to visit Jewel Changi Airport is between July-September. During the festival season, Singapore gets a lot of visitors and Jewel Changi Airport being an international travel hub, welcomes hundreds of thousands of passengers during these months.
Events and holidays like Christmas, New Year's Eve, the Great Singapore Sale and Food Festivals also draw crowds. You can also plan a visit from February to April. These months fall in the transition period between summer and winters and have good weather. Keep in mind that the climate in Singapore is generally uniform during the year so you can plan your visit at any time.
Lines: East-West Line
Closest Station: Changi Airport Station (CG2)
Buses: 24, 27, 34, 36, 53, 110, 858
Closest Station: Basement Bus Bay, Terminal 1
Wheelchair Rentals: You can rent a wheelchair from the concierge at L1 and L2 for a nominal, refundable deposit.
Currency Exchange: Exchange your foreign currency at the FXCHANGE kiosks located in level B1 and L4.
Lockers: Drop off your luggage at the baggage storage facility in L1 so you can have a comfortable Jewel Changi experience.
Shops: There are plenty of retail and F&B outlets for you to shop and dine at in Jewel Changi Airport.
Power Bank Rentals: Keep your phone charged for free (for the first 12 hours) with power banks you can loan from the concierge at L2. Charges will apply after the first 12 hours.
At Jewel Changi Airport you won't ever run out of things to do. In case you are short on time, here are some of the top attractions that you must explore on your visit. Find the full list of Jewel Changi Airport attractions here.
You can reach Jewel Changi Airport via MRT, bus and car/taxi. If you are already at the Singapore Changi Airport, you can walk to Jewel Changi.
Yes, Jewel Changi Airport is mostly wheelchair accessible barring certain attractions. Wheelchairs and strollers are available for loan at the Concierge counters on L1, L2, and L5.
Yes, Jewel Changi Airport has a luggage storage facility at L1 so you can explore the attraction freely.
Yes, Jewel Changi Airport is child-friendly and is a great Singapore attraction for a fun day out with the entire family.
There are over 100 different eateries at Jewel Changi Airport that you can visit. They cater to different price ranges and tastes.
You can buy tickets to Jewel Changi Airport attractions online and get good deals and discounts on your booking. Alternatively, you can also purchase them at the venue.
To fully explore all the attractions at Jewel Changi Airport, we recommend spending at least 4-5 hours on your visit.
Yes. For short-term parking (B2M and B2), the rate for the first 90 mins is SGD 0.04 per minute while subsequent 30 mins or part thereof are charged at SGD 5 per 30 minutes. General Parking (B3 to B5) is charged at SGD 0.04 per minute.
Yes, regular and phone cameras are allowed inside Jewel Changi Airport but you’ll need permission from the airport authority if you want to conduct a professional photoshoot.