Closer to nature at Changi Airport

Closer to nature at Changi Airport

The dryness of air-conditioning, the confined space within the aircraft and the constant humming of the aircraft engines - all but comfortable experiences associated with air travel.

At Changi Airport's five gardens, stretch out in the open, breathe in the fresh air, bask in sunlight, and relish the soothing elements of nature to find that balance once again before, during and even after your journey.

Terminal 1: Cactus Garden - With more than 40 different species of cacti, succulents and xerophytes from Africa, Asia and America, check out hardy plants such as the prehistoric Cycads, Clubfoot Trees, Barrel Cactus and the towering Prickly Pear Cactus.

Terminal 2: Orchid Garden - From tropical to temperate orchids, you will find an array of colourful orchids here.

The Orchid Garden proudly exhibits rare orchids and their hybrids, including the seasonal display of Singapore's national flower, the Vanda Miss Joaquim, and Changi Airport's very own Dendrobium Changi Airport.

Sunflower Garden - The 500 bright yellow sunflowers never fail to bring cheer to the weariest of travellers. This rooftop garden leaves visitors in awe of the view of the runway and the nearby aircraft parking bays.

Enchanted Garden - An interactive experience, the Enchanted Garden "magically" comes to life with sight and sound. Motion sensors trigger sounds of nature and blooming flowers as visitors weave through the garden. The centrepiece of the garden comprises four giant stained-glass bouquet sculptures that hold a fresh variety of freshly cut flowers.

Butterfly Garden - Home to more than 1,000 butterflies, the Butterfly Garden is an all-time favourite and the first of its kind in an airport. Educational corners and a metamorphosis enclosure allow visitors to gain insight into the life cycle of a butterfly.


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