• Due to an earthquake, Clark International Airport in Pampanga is temporarily closed. Passengers flying to the Philippines are advised to check with their respective airlines, as well as the Changi Airport flight status page for the latest updates.
  • Please note that the Early Check-in service in Jewel will be available only from 17th April 2019 onwards. To find out if your airlines offers ECI in Jewel, please click here
  • Visitors heading to Jewel are advised to take public transport as heavy roadway traffic may be expected during busy periods. For more information on how to get to Jewel, please click here
  • Visitors to Jewel are encouraged to take public transport. Besides the MRT, you can take these buses to Changi – 24, 27, 34, 36, 53, 110 & 858.

    Drivers can also park at T2, T3 & T4. Parking is free at T4 for the first 3hrs (10am to 10pm). Free buses between T4 and Jewel run every 5mins (10am to 1am).

    Log-on to the iChangi App for update information about car park availability.

A Million Times at Changi
A Million Times at Changi
A Million Times at Changi

A Million Times at Changi

AN ARTIST’S INTERPRETATION OF TIME

A Million Times at Changi is both a kinetic sculpture and functioning clock. Its hands move from unpredictable and mechanical spinning to a series of perfectly synchronised designs and patterns. Developed by Stockholm-based artist collective, Humans Since 1982, the artwork is a visual representation of the concept of time.

Together with its 1,008 stepper motors, the artwork is an interplay between the fundamental character of an analogue clock and the beauty of synchronised movement. It reinvents the presentation of time—a core element of Changi Airport’s functionality—to offer delightful moments. 7.5m wide and 3.4m tall, A Million Times at Changi is one of the biggest kinetic artworks in the world.

T2

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Level 1

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24 Hours

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