Chinese artist Han Meilin’s colossal 9000kg sculpture, Coming Home, stands tall at Terminal 3’s arrival hall
Upon arrival, passengers are greeted with a sense of spaciousness and a connection to nature, providing a refreshing contrast to the confines of travel onboard an aircraft high in the sky.
Changi Airport's arrival halls are designed to provide a refreshing arrival experience, and two key elements that contribute to this are the four to six-metre high ceilings and abundant greenery. The spaciousness offered by the soaring ceiling creates a sense of openness and the natural light flooding the terminal is a breath of fresh air that lifts the spirits of weary travelers.
The inclusion of lush greenery throughout the arrival halls brings tranquility to the busy environment. These pockets of greenery not only beautify the terminals but also serve as natural air purifiers, improving the overall air quality and enhancing the well-being of passengers.