Changi Airport Singapore

At Changi

Nature Trail

Long flights can be tiring. Sit back and relax in the midst of nature at any of our airport gardens. Be enthralled by the beautiful butterflies at the world's first Butterfly Garden in an airport. Come stroll through our open-air rooftop Cactus and Sunflower Gardens and take a breather from the hustle and bustle of travel to relax at the Enchanted Gardens. Or watch our beautiful koi swim in our Orchid Gardens.

Cactus Garden

Terminal 1
Departure Transit Lounge, Level 3

This rooftop cactus garden carries over 40 different species of cacti and succulents from Africa and the Americas. You will be amazed by this forest of other-worldly plants like the Golden Barrels, Oldman Cactus, and a tenacious survivor of the dinosaur era, the giant Tasmanian tree fern.

Enchanted Garden

Terminal 2
Departure Transit Lounge, Level 2

An interactive experience, the Enchanted Garden "magically" comes to life with sight and sound, captivating visitors as they weave through the garden. Motion sensors trigger sounds of nature and blooming flowers while fibre-optic and LED lighting, embedded in the undulating pathways, form a fascinating carpet of sparkling lights. Evoking a Shangri-La-like atmosphere, the centrepiece of the garden comprises four giant glass bouquet sculptures, carefully decorated with a mosaic of reflective and shimmering stained-glass. Nestled within these glass bouquets are a dazzling variety of freshly-cut flowers and soft ferns.

Orchid Garden & Koi Pond

Terminal 2
Departure Transit Lounge (Level 2)

Enjoy a well-deserved break from the drudgery of travel in this beautiful collection of the best and brightest orchids. Standing out in its abundance of colours, this garden 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

Terminal 2
Departure Transit Lounge, Level 3

The 500 bright yellow flowers never fail to bring cheer to the weary traveller. The rooftop sunflower garden leaves visitors in awe of the view of the runway and aircraft parking bays nearby.

Butterfly Garden

Terminal 3
Departure Transit Lounge, Level 2 & 3

Nestled in Terminal 3 is the home to over one thousand butterflies. The butterfly garden, an all-time favourite, is the first of its kind to be featured in an airport. Educational corners and individual enclosures allow visitors to gain insight into the life cycle of a butterfly. You can even witness the birth of a gorgeous butterfly as it exits its pupae stage and takes its first flight at the Emergence Enclosure!

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