• Jet Airways (9W) has suspended its service to and from Singapore until further notice. Passengers are advised to contact their booking agent or Jet Airways directly for options available to them.
  • 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).

Orchid Garden
Orchid Garden
Orchid Garden

Orchid Garden's Signature Plants

Singapore's national flower is celebrated in the Orchid Garden—a colourful, vibrant and unforgettable collection of 700 orchids from 30 species.

White orchids displayed with floating glass bubbles emulate the lightness of 'Air', while rare brown and green orchids among the tree root sculptures represent 'Earth'. Floral columns simulating giant candles reflect 'Fire', and clustered blue and violet orchids symbolise 'Water'.

Changi Airport Orchid

Changi Airport Orchid

Scientific name: Dendrobium Changi Airport 

Dendrobium Changi Airport is a hybrid of Dendrobium Singa Mas and Dendrobium Sri Siam. It was named after Changi Airport in May 1997 to commemorate the opening of the Orchid Garden in Terminal 2.

The flower was chosen as its royal purple and warm yellow colours represent the high quality of service and hospitality that all visitors will experience at Changi.

Singapore Orchid

National Orchid

Scientific name: Papilionanthe Miss Joaquim

Papilionanthe Miss Joaquim, previously known as Vanda Miss Joaquim, is Singapore's national flower.

Papilionanthe Miss Joaquim was named the national flower of Singapore on 15 April 1981. It was selected for its hardy and resilient qualities, as well as ability to bloom throughout the year. These characteristics reflect Singapore's quest for progress and excellence.

Dancing Lady Orchid

Dancing Lady Orchid

Scientific name: Oncidium spp.

Oncidium spp., commonly known as Dancing Lady Orchid because of its distinctive floral design, has a large lip which resembles a skirt. With its smaller petals and sepals, the flower resembles a ballerina in a dress. 

Oncidium Golden Shower is on display at the Orchid Garden every month. Its bright yellow colour makes it easy to spot and provides good photo opportunities.

Moth Orchid

Moth Orchid

Scientific name: Phalaenopsis spp.

Phalaenopsis spp., commonly known as Moth Orchid, has flowers that look like giant moths. Its bright colour and large flowers make it one of the most popular orchids in the industry. 

Different colours of Phalaenopsis spp. are displayed in the Orchid Garden during different seasons to delight travellers passing through the airport.