• [PHONE SCAM ALERT] Unsolicited calls have been made to some individuals asking for bank account numbers to claim a prize in the 'Be A Changi Millionaire' promotion. Changi Airport Group (CAG) is committed to protect our customers' information. We will not ask for confidential information like bank account or credit card numbers. Should you receive calls claiming to be from CAG or our representatives regarding Changi Millionaire, let us know at millionaire@changiairport.com or +65 9651 8330.
  • [ADVISORY] The HSBC Rain Vortex will be closed for regular maintenance works from 6 to 14 January 2020. During this period, the Light & Sound show will not be available and there will be restricted access to the Shiseido Forest Valley. Operations will resume on 15 January, 8am for the Shiseido Forest Valley and 9am for the HSBC Rain Vortex display.  
  • [Advisory] There will be lane closures at PIE Exit 1 towards Airport Boulevard from 5 to 19 December 2019. Drivers are advised to approach with caution and expect delays.
Sunflower Garden
Sunflower Garden
Sunflower Garden

Sunflower Garden's Signature Plant

Let bright yellow flowers at Terminal 2 bring cheer to you, while you admire the majestic view of the runway and aircrafts.


Scientific name: Helianthus annuus

Helianthus annuus, or 'sunflower' as it is more commonly known, produces an unmistakable sun-like flower head which regularly turns to face the sun.

All the sunflowers displayed at Changi Airport are grown in the group’s nursery. Every month, the nursery produces at least 2,000 sunflowers. They take up to 90 days to flower, depending on weather conditions and the species. Sunflowers grow to a height of up to 1.5m, and flower heads can be as wide as 15cm.