Changi Airport Serviced Apartments

Changi Airport Accommodation

The busiest airport in the world, Changi Airport in Singapore is one of the largest transportation hubs in Asia. Close to this famous airport, Changi is a peaceful traditional district of Singapore. Compared to the central business district, this place is quaint and best suitable for business and corporate travelers. Close to the airport and other financial and business hubs, our Changi Airport Serviced Apartments is apt for both short and long duration of stay.

Top Changi Airport Accommodation for Short and Long Term Stay

Thoughtfully designed, our Changi Airport serviced apartments are perfect housing solutions suitable for all. With all necessary and luxurious amenities like a comfortable living space, a fully functional kitchen, and a peaceful bedroom with a bathroom, we have it all. There is also 24-hour security, free parking, lift access, and complimentary Wi-Fi in most of these apartments.

Where to Stay in Changi

If you are visiting this thriving metropolis for a business trip or office work, staying in serviced apartments near Changi airport will be best suitable for you. The area has ample green spaces as well as shopping centers, restaurants, and pubs. You can also reach Central Singapore via MRT within just a few minutes. There are multiple hotels available close to the airport as well, however, for both privacy and comfort both, our Changi Airport accommodation will be an apt location.

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Facts About Changi

Singapore University of Technology and Design, various shopping centers, and country clubs, Changi has developed over the years. Due to its proximity to Changi Airport and Changi business port, Changi has various financial and business hubs. The main business in Changi is the aerospace industry, specifically commercial airlines. Changi is also well connected with Central Singapore through MRT (Mass Rapid Transit), buses, and taxis. Here are some facts about Changi, Singapore:

  • Changi is a planned area in the eastern part of Singapore sharing its borders with Pasir Ris and Tampines district.
  • In 1975, the Paya Lebar Airport reached its maximum capacity and the decision of moving the airport to Changi was conceptualized. However, the development of Changi Airport started in 1977.
  • Changi is one of the very first airports in the world to introduce an aerobridge, a walkway that connects the terminal building to the aircraft.
  • Changi Airport has four terminals and Jewel Changi, a lifestyle hub that links Terminals 1, 2, and 3, and infuses art, architecture, and nature within a single ten-storey structure.

Weather in Changi

Singapore enjoys a tropical climate so you can travel to Changi any time of the year. The temperature stays consistent all year, however, the winter months (November to February) received regular afternoon rainfall. The weather is humid almost all seasons and the average temperature is around 25 degrees celsius. The busiest tourist season in Changi, Singapore is November to March as Chinese New year and other important festivals happen during this time.

Culture And Shopping in Changi

Visit the Singapore Expo for a variety of exhibitions and conventions. The Singapore EXPO is the largest convention and exhibition venue in Singapore. With over 100,000 square metres of column-free, indoor space spread over 10 halls, the expo is perfect for conferences and meetings. Alternatively, experience authentic Singaporean culture by eating at one of the many excellent local restaurants. Nearby, Tanah Merah Country Golf Club Tampines Course offers a meticulously landscaped space which makes for a pleasant round of golf.

Neighbouring Tampines offers a comparatively different shopping experience to central Singapore shopping centres. In keeping with the traditional elements of Changi, Tampines’ shops are dotted across the district. Across the neighbourhood, you will discover shops, restaurants and cafes.

Getting Around in Changi

Renowned for its reliable and efficient transport system, the best means of negotiating Singapore is by public transport. The MRT is easily accessible in most districts throughout the city. A Changi, the Expo MRT Station runs through to the centre of Singapore.

From central Singapore, Clarke Quay- an exclusive entertainment district- and Orchard Road- the famous shopping district- are a short distance away. These areas are known for their restaurants, bars and shopping outlets, ideal for a day out entertaining clients or seeing the sights.