Singapore Changi Airport is recognised as one of the best airports in the world. With over 100 international airlines serving 200 cities in 60 countries and territories, Changi Airport has established itself as a major aviation hub in the Asia Pacific region.
Changi Airport is large, efficient, organised and is easily accessible by public transport (source: Changi Airport).
Singaporeans enjoy a varied range of public transport alternatives that provide integrated services covering the entire island at reasonable fares. This includes the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system, Light Rail Transit (LRT) system, buses and taxis.
The Land Transport Authority provides more information on the transport arrangements in Singapore.
Visit YourSingapore.com to find out more about accommodation choices in Singapore.
Eating is a favourite past time of locals and visitors alike with a large variety of restaurants and eating places to choose from. The secrets of Singapore's culinary success stems from the migrants who bring with them culinary influences from China, India, Malaysia and Indonesia and western-style dining is easily available.
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Tipping is not common and is prohibited at the airport. There is no need to tip for taxi, hotel or restaurant services as a 10 per cent service charge has most likely been added to the bill.
As a major tourist destination, Singapore provides a wide range of attractions for the visitor.
Visit YourSingapore.com for a list of tourist attractions in Singapore.