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How to Get to Jewel Changi Airport in Singapore

Written by Ganjar 

Jewel is a well-known spot at Changi Airport that is loved by many tourists. It's a common first stop for travelers who have just arrived or are about to leave the airport. Whether they want to shop, have fun, or just relax while waiting for their next flight, Jewel has something for everyone.

In this guide, I'll explain the best ways to get to Jewel from all the different terminals at Changi Airport and from other places in Singapore. This information is perfect for those who've just touched down at Changi and want to visit Jewel without any hassle.

From Terminal 1

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Jewel is conveniently located right outside Terminal 1's Arrival Hall

If your flight lands in Terminal 1, you're in luck. You won't have to walk far to reach Jewel since it's situated right in front of this terminal.

Once you're done with immigration and collecting your luggage, Jewel is just a few steps away. Head straight from the Arrival Hall to Jewel's entrance, which is directly in front of you.

From Terminal 2 and 3

For those arriving at Terminal 2 or Terminal 3, there are two options to reach Jewel. You can either take the Skytrain or walk across the Link Bridge.

1. Using the Skytrain

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Signboards
Skytrain
Inside the Skytrain

If you have a lot of bags and find it hard to walk, I recommend using the Skytrain. At the Arrival Hall of Terminal 2 or 3, look for a sign that says "Skytrain to T1".

When you reach the Skytrain platform, wait for the train that goes to Terminal 1. It usually arrives every few minutes and is free to use. You don't need an EZ-Link card or any other payment method.

Once the Skytrain arrives, simply board it. It will quickly take you to Terminal 1. From there, exit the Arrival Hall, and you'll be right at Jewel.

2. Walk via Link Bridge

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Directions to Link Bridge
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Link Bridge entrance

For those who prefer to walk, the Link Bridge is a great choice. Jewel is not too far from Terminals 2 and 3, and the airport has provided this bridge for easy access.

To find the Link Bridge, follow the signs marked "Jewel". These will guide you to the entrance of the Link Bridge. If you're unsure, look for an entrance labeled "JEWEL".

The walk from the Link Bridge to Jewel takes about 5 to 10 minutes. Don't worry about getting tired – there are travelators along the bridge to make your walk easier.

From Terminal 4

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Shuttle bus pick up area

At Terminal 4, the simplest way to reach Jewel is by using the shuttle bus. This bus service is offered at no cost, so you won't need to spend any money.

To find the pick-up area, just follow the signs marked "Bus to T1, T3, & Jewel". Once you arrive at the pick-up area, feel free to take a seat and wait for the bus headed to Jewel.

When the bus arrives, you can get on right away. The trip from Terminal 4 to Jewel is quick, taking about 5 minutes. You'll be dropped off directly in front of the Jewel entrance.

From the City and Outside the Airport

If you're in the city or outside Changi Airport, you have two options to get to Jewel: either by MRT or by city bus.

1. Using MRT Station

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Changi MRT Station

For MRT travel, you can take the Downtown Line and switch to the Changi Line at Expo Station. Alternatively, if you're on the East West Line, transfer to the Changi Line at Tanah Merah Station.

The MRT will bring you to either Terminal 2 or 3 at Changi Airport. From there, you can easily get to Jewel by using the Skytrain or walking across the Link Bridge, as mentioned above.

2. Using City Bus

If you prefer not to switch between terminals, the city bus is a great choice to reach Jewel directly. Several bus services, including numbers 24, 27, 34, 36, 53, 110, and 858, will take you there.

These buses stop at Terminal 1's basement. Once you're there, go up to the Arrival Hall of Terminal 1 and then enter the Jewel area.

There are various methods to reach Jewel Changi Airport. Choose the one that's easiest and most convenient for you.

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