Please note that all attractions are closed till further notice.

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Explore Changi Airport Terminal 3


Changi Terminal 3 is a wondrous playground of whimsy and adventure. Its architecture departs from that of Changi’s earlier terminals with a strong emphasis on natural elements: wood features are employed and sandy tones are used for the carpet floorings. Unique features like its roof design allows natural daylight to stream through, creating an inviting atmosphere. This terminal is designed to give travellers a warm alcove amidst the uncertainty of travel, and visitors a cosy space when bidding bon voyage to a loved one.

The Slide @T3


Terminal 3 is home to the world’s tallest slide in an airport. The Slide @T3 is four storeys high, so you can get from Level 1 to Basement 3 before you know it. This 12m slide is not just for children, adults can have a go too! Experience the joy and exhilaration of sliding down this giant tube on your next visit to this terminal.

Butterfly Garden


Butterfly Garden is the first of its kind located inside an airport. Enter this peaceful habitat home to over 1,000 tropical butterflies of almost 40 different species and a variety of beautiful flowering plants. See butterflies fluttering up close and hear the rhythmic splashes of a 6m grotto waterfall. Allow yourself to be transported to another realm before you catch your flight at Terminal 3, so you leave Singapore in awe, marvelling at nature’s wonders.


Note: The Butterfly Garden is closed until further notice.

Flora Inspiration


The Flora Inspiration was conceived by Han Sai Por, one of Southeast Asia's top sculptors. Her artwork is inspired by nature and can be also seen all around Singapore from the Seed Series at Esplanade Park to the Seeds at Fort Canning Park. The Flora Inspiration resembles seed pods and seeks to awe visitors to Terminal 3 with its formidable size and natural ridges. Take a look at this artwork that pays homage to the Garden City of Singapore.



Daisy, designed by Christian Moeller, is a compelling piece of digital art in the public area of Terminal 3. It moves towards travellers and its bloomhead is directed towards its observer, making it almost life-like in its responsiveness—made possible by its in-built sensors. A flower with propeller-like features, or a flower-shaped propeller, it is inspired by the journeys and connections made possible by an international aviation hub like Changi Airport.

Frequently Asked Questions About Changi Airport Terminal 3

No, our attractions are free for all to enjoy! Changi Airport Group wishes to offer rich experiences of culture, art, and nature and we would like to keep them open for every single traveller and visitor to enjoy. Come on by to Terminal 3 and visit one of our attractions to see what else we have to offer.

Of course there are! The Crystal Garden is a burst of colour and represents the dispersion of dandelions. and The Vessel and Saga Seed are a must-see for those who enjoy art installations and sculptures. Locate these around the public and transit areas of Terminal 3 and pay them a visit.

You can visit Jewel by foot. Simply exit through the Departure Halls of Terminal 3, located near Crowne Plaza and walk through the link bridge. You’ll be in Jewel within 10 minutes!


Note: This link bridge is temporarily closed until further notice.