What to do in Terminal 1

What to do in Terminal 1

Druk Air departs from Terminal 1. Find out what you can do in Terminal 1.

What to do in Terminal 1

Lily Pad Outdoor Deck

Inspired by the “Tropical City” theme, the rejuvenated terminal sees the birth of the Lily-Pad Outdoor Deck, providing passengers with the opportunity to enjoy the refreshing air and unobstructed airside views.


Lantern Feature Walls

Reflective stainless steel sculptural trees make check-in a stunning experience – sun dappled welcome by day, and a soothing ambience by night.


Kinetic Sculpture

Over a thousand copper raindrops dance through the air with precisely choreographed movements, in this state-of-the-art dynamic sculpture in the Departure Check-in Hall.


The Social Tree

Singapore Changi Airport presents The Social Tree - a new attraction that blends avant-garde design with interactive technology, allowing travellers to share their photo and video memories instantly and to retrieve them on subsequent visits to the airport.

At close to nine metres tall and taking pride of place at the heart of Terminal 1, The Social Tree is Changi Airport's largest interactive installation, located in the terminal's Central Piazza, right after immigration counters and set against the backdrop of aircraft bays.

The Social Tree is surrounded by eight touch-screen photo booths that enable travellers to 'attach' their photos onto the colourful and animated crown of the structure, which is made up of 64 giant 42-inch high-definition screens, offering a 360-degree display of various animated backgrounds including a mystical forest and the Singapore skyline. Travellers can also post photos and videos taken at the booths on their social networking profiles.

The Social Tree also provides for travellers to be part of Changi Airport's history by leaving behind a photo or video of themselves which will be kept for many years and decades to come. Travellers - and their families - can retrieve and re-live their digital memories at Changi Airport from this memory capsule.

More photos of The Social Tree can be found at the Fans of Changi Facebook page.


Premier toilet

The washrooms are definitely one of the most common and important amenities that passengers require. Almost all the 26 toilets at Terminal 1 have been renovated or expanded. Located near the Central Piazza, the premier toilets feature uniquely designed entrances, layout and finishes, and provide clear views of the airside.


Cactus Garden

Voted Singapore’s best rooftop garden in the 2001 Singapore Garden City Award, the Cactus Garden showcases more than 40 species of cacti and succulents found mostly in the American and African regions. Experience a close shave with the Golden Barrels, Silver Touch, Oldman Cactus, Prickly-Pear and Club-Foot. This prickly encounter is located at Terminal 1, Departure/ Transit West, Level 3.


Rooftop Swimming Pool

Well liked by many international passengers, the roof top swimming pool at Terminal 1 is a great way to spend their transit time basking in the tropical sun.

Find out more about Changi Airport Terminal 1 here


All facilities and amenities featured are located in the Transit Area unless specified otherwise.
Visit Changiairport.com for more information