How to get com­fort­able at Sin­ga­pore’s Changi Air­port

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Sin­ga­pore’s Changi Air­port, where Air Ni­ug­ini flies five times a week, is one of the world’s best when it comes to relaxation fa­cil­i­ties, thanks to ter­mi­nals filled with a range of spas, mas­sage chairs, two air­port ho­tels, a swim­ming pool, gyms and unique Snooze Lounges of­fer­ing re­clin­ers sim­i­lar to those in first and busi­ness class air­line cab­ins.

Pay-per-use lounges found in each of Changi’s ter­mi­nals are ideal if you don’t qual­ify for a busi­ness class air­line lounge.

The Am­bas­sador Tran­sit Lounge, for ex­am­ple, in T2 has a shower, lounge, food and a bar with drinks in­cluded in the price, and gym. En­try to the Am­bas­sador Tran­sit Lounge costs $S58 for five hours per adult.

If you want some fresh air, sun­light and a bit of ex­er­cise, Changi has a rooftop swim­ming pool as well as a jacuzzi in T1. This costs

$ S17 for the use of the pool, read­ing area with books, show­ers and a range of non- al­co­holic drinks. T1 and T2 also have 24-hour gym­na­si­ums.

For those who want some­thing a tad more re­lax­ing, there are eight mas­sage and spa sa­lons in­side Changi with the lat­est ad­di­tion be­ing the Heaven on Earth in T2. Or, if you’re after a com­plete re­treat, check into ei­ther Aero­tel Tran­sit Ho­tel in T1 or the Am­bas­sador Tran­sit Ho­tel in T2 and T3, which has bed­rooms with tele­vi­sions in rooms over­look­ing the air­port, and even a wake-up call ser­vice. ■ If you’re trav­el­ling to Sin­ga­pore, don’t miss our city guide start­ing on page 56. — BRONWEN GORA

Air­port lux­u­ries … the swim­ming pool and a re­lax­ing lounge area at Sin­ga­pore’s Changi Air­port.

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