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The Singapore Changi Airport (airport code SIN), sometimes called just Changi Airport, is Singapore’s main airport and a major hub in the region. The airport is about 20km outside the main city of Singapore, and is the home base for Singapore Airlines, SilkAir, Tiger Airways, Jetstar Airways and Valuair. It is also a major hub for Garuda Indonesia and Qantas. Changi Airport has won many awards since it opened in the early 1980s, and continues to do so.

You can find a complete list of airlines serving Changi Airport here and you can check on arrival and departure times here. Learn more about getting around the airport with the interactive maps here. Find out where to shop and eat while you wait for your flight here. The Changi Airport website has thoughtfully laid out how to get from the airport to the city here, and then from the city back to the airport here. Your ground transportation options include public buses, taxis, trains and shuttles – or you can rent a car (learn more about that here).

Be sure to check on international airfare to Singapore, and then read through our Singapore Travel Guide to figure out what to do and where to stay once you arrive.

More Information on Singapore

To be utterly confusing, Singapore is the name of the island, the country and the city. If you cannot decide between cityscapes or green spaces for your holiday, go to Singapore and experience both. The city is modern and sleek, with excellent restaurants, a busy nightlife scene and every convenience you could imagine. There are also plenty of green spaces which enjoy Singapore’s tropical climate and help it earn its “Garden City” nickname. There is no lack of things to keep anyone occupied in Singapore – from sports to museums to fine dining to shopping to zoos and gardens. This island/nation/city has it all – you just might be so exhausted after your trip that you need a vacation to recuperate from your vacation.