• 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).

Water Lily Garden
Water Lily Garden
Water Lily Garden

Water Lily Garden's Signature Plants

The Water Lily Garden at Changi Airport Terminal 1 features water lilies in their natural aquatic environment.

Weeping Tea-Tree

Weeping Tea-Tree

Scientific name: Leptospermum madidum

Leptospermum madidum is a small tree native to Australia. They can grow up to a height of 4m and have bright green, sharp-tipped small leaves and white flowers. They are commonly known as ‘Weeping Tea-Tree’ because early Australian settlers used the tree’s leaves to make tea. The trees are usually found near rivers as they thrive in wet habitats.

Water Lily

Water Lily

Scientific name: Nymphaea spp.

There are about 70 different species of water lilies in the world. The plant is commonly found in temperate and tropical climates. Its scientific name, Nymphaea, is inspired by the water nymph in Greek and Roman mythology. The plant is recognised as a symbol of peace, perfection and beauty. As such, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka has respectively made the white and blue water lilies their national flowers.