Long layovers are the worst. You have to wait long hours before getting on your next flight. You’re grimy, sleepy, hungry, and bored, and honestly, too tired to even think about what to do with your spare time. But you are in luck if you are having your long layover in Singapore. There is so much to see and do on at Changi Airport! Read on to find out some ways to make the most of your long layover in Singapore!
Long Layovers In Singapore – Dream on! Dream on!
You’ve just stumbled out of a red-eye flight. You would do anything for some zzz’s! Don’t collapse on that looks-comfy-but-is-actually-really-hard carpeted floor just yet!
Wouldn’t you prefer a bed? With the first YOTELAIR in Asia conveniently located at Jewel Changi Airport, it doesn’t take much to climb into a comfy bed to get some much-needed sleep. Their cabins are bookable in four-hour blocks and two-hour blocks thereafter, so those awkward airport floor naps are now a thing of the past. Plus, with flexible check-in and check-out times (which you can get done in a snap by yourself at their self-check kiosks, by the way), you can climb in and out of one of their Serta SmartBeds any time you need to!
Long Layovers In Singapore – STOP. Shower time!
In addition to that bed, I bet you could really use a bath. You could pay to access one of the airport’s many lounges just to use the showers but why pay for amenities you don’t even have the time to use?
Long Layovers In Singapore – Food! Glorious food!
Now that you’re refreshed after some sleep and a nice hot shower, what’s next? Did anyone tell you Singapore’s the food capital of the world? But you don’t need to look too far off to satisfy your cravings! Changi Airport’s got you covered.
Need something a little more wallet-friendly? We’ve got food courts galore. Craving an all-American cheeseburger? Hi there – Shake Shack is now open for service. Just need a coffee or a snack? Head on over to Toast Box or Ya Kun Kaya Toast for a ‘kopi’, along with some kaya butter toast and soft boiled eggs – the quintessential Singaporean breakfast experience right there at the airport. You can also have a freshly brewed Tiger Beer too! Check out the full list of food choices in Jewel Changi.
Long Layovers In Singapore – Shine bright like a Jewel (Changi Airport)
If you’ve got a bit more time on your hands after eating your fill and getting clean, fret not! You’re in the airport awarded world’s best for seven years running. There’s no way you’ll be bored here. All you need is the Jewel in Changi Airport’s crown – a mixed use development filled with amazing shopping and entertainment options, including the first Pokémon Center outside of Japan and the world’s tallest indoor waterfall.
For a more unique type of fun, head on up to the Canopy Park. Fully opening on June 10th, and filled with mazes, slides, bouncing nets, and more, this is an airport experience like no other. You might not even want to get back on the plane!
Long Layovers In Singapore – Take me down to the Singapore city.
Lucky you! You have enough time to get out of the airport! Grab a train out of Changi Airport, and paint the town red! If you’re after world-class shopping and dining, you can’t beat a trip down Orchard Road. We recommend Ion Orchard – with shopping options for every budget, and a multitude of food choices to satisfy even the most discerning of palates, there’s something for everyone at Ion.
If you’re after something with a little more local flavour, may we suggest Newton Circus or Serangoon Gardens Food Centre? Yes, they may be tourist traps but they’re tourist traps for a reason – the amazing food! Plus, you’ll get to tell your friends and family back home that you gorged on the best satay, sambal stingray, and more in Singapore.
Long Layovers In Singapore – Opening Promotion Rates:
Premium Queen Cabin @ S$140/night | Premium Queen Cabin @ S$80/first four hours; S$25 for every 2 hours thereafter | Available from 12 April to 31 July
YOTELAIR Singapore Changi Airport is accepting reservations and all bookings can be made directly via its website www.yotelsingapore.com.