- Pre-book attraction tickets and eatery reservations if possible. Attractions and eateries are operating with limited capacity, and you may require a reservation or pre-booking to enter. This is similar to the protocol for most eateries during CMCO and RMCO in Malaysia.
- Look out for the SG Clean mark, which is awarded to attractions, eateries, and accommodations that have met the safety and hygiene requirements set by the Singapore government. These include increased cleaning frequency, enforcement of safe distancing measures, and use of contactless entry methods.
- Travel in smallgroups and maintain at least a 1 metre distance from other groups. At the moment, groups of up to 8 may congregate in public but do check for the latest updates when planning your trip.
- Scan and check-in the SafeEntry QR codes at attractions, eateries, and MRT stations to enable contact tracing. Compared to the tracing app in Malaysia there’s one extra step - you’ll need to check-out when you leave!
- Download and activate the TraceTogether app when you’re out and about. Switch it on when you leave your accommodation so that you won’t forget, especially as some attractions may require TraceTogether-only entrance. This will help with contact tracing if you come into contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case. The app is similar to the tracing app in Malaysia - you can just leave it on in the background of your phone! Download the TraceTogether app on the Google Play store and iOS App Store.
- Keep your mask on and cover your mouth and nose at all times when you’re in public including in attractions, eateries, and private-hire transport. The mask may be removed when eating or drinking but remember to put it back on immediately afterwards.
- If you’retravelling with kids, children under 6 years of age are not required to wear a mask. Children 12 years and below are allowed to wear a face shield in place of a mask if they have difficulty keeping a face mask on for prolonged periods of time.
How to get to Jewel Changi AirportPublic train:
- Travel to Tanah Merah MRT station, and transfer to the airport-bound line.
- Take the airport-bound train to Changi Airport MRT station and walk to Terminal 3. Walk 5-10 minutes across the link bridge to reach Jewel Changi Airport.
- Do note that Jewel Changi Airport is on the land side of the airport, so if you’re transiting through Changi Airport and want to squeeze in a visit you’ll have to pass through immigration and re-enter via Departures.
- There is also a link bridge from Terminal 2 but the terminal is currently closed until further notice.
- Bus services 24, 27, 34, 36, 53, 110, and 858 travel to Changi Airport Terminal 1’s bus bay.
- Walk to Jewel Changi Airport via the Arrival Hall at level 1 of Terminal 1.
- Jewel Changi Airport is a familiar destination for taxi and private-hire drivers, so you can tell your driver to bringyou directly there. On private-hire car apps, there are several dedicated drop-off points for Jewel Changi Airport to choose from.
- Do note that there is an airport surcharge starting from SGD3 if you take a taxi. Additional midnight or peak hour surcharges may also apply.
- Allocate enough time to get to the Departure Hall from the Jewel. If you’re travelling by foot, it takes about 5-10 minutes via the Jewel link bridges at the public areas or within the Departure Transit areas.
- Alternatively, you can ride the Skytrain (complimentary service) which runs every 4 minutes with a travel time of 4 minutes.
- Depending on which airline you’re boarding, you’ll be able to do an early check-in.
- By doing so, you won’t have to worry about lugging your baggage around as you visit the different attractions in Jewel.
What to see in Jewel Changi Airport
1. HSBC Rain Vortex
Halal food in Jewel Changi AirportAfter getting your adrenaline up at the Canopy Park’s attractions, you can look forward to a wide selection of local and international halal fare in Jewel Changi Airport’s eateries. 😋 Here are some of the must-try eateries to check out in Jewel Changi Airport on your future adventure in Singapore! Remember these essential tips fordining out in Singapore:
- Check if the eatery takes reservations and try to reserve your table in advance. Eateries have a limited capacity during this period, and you might have difficulty getting a table without a reservation.
- Remember to scan the SafeEntry QR code and activate the TraceTogether app when entering the eatery. When exiting, do check-out from SafeEntry!
- Groups of up to 8 may dine together, but this number may change so keep yourself updated on the latest developments. If you’re seated across different tables, do note that intermingling between tables is not allowed.
- Keep your mask on over your nose and mouth anytime you aren’t eating and put it back on once you’ve finished eating.