Search for hotels and accommidations near Singapore Changi Airport that will keep you in the middel of all of the entertainment and attrtactions.
City HallDistance from Singapore Changi Airport: 19.5 km
St. Andrew’s Road near the Padang
This is where Lord Louis Mountbatten accepted the Japanese surrender in 1945, and where Lee Kuan Yew declared Singapore’s independence from Britain in 1959.
Guiness World of RecordsDistance from Singapore Changi Airport: 23.6 km
World Trade Center
Facts and feats displayed in exhibits.
Haw Par Villa Dragon World
Haw Par Villa Dragon WorldDistance from Singapore Changi Airport: 28.6 km
262 Pasir Panjang Road
MRT to Buina Vista station and bus 200 to Haw Par Villa
A Chinese mythological theme park featuring age-old silent statues, exhilarating rides, live performances and theatre shows.
Little IndiaDistance from Singapore Changi Airport: 19 km
An area full of stores, restaurants and antique dealers specializing in Indian goods
Sentosa IslandDistance from Singapore Changi Airport: 25.3 km
Ferries running from World Trade Center in daily 7:30am – 10pm
A former military base, this island is now devoted to entertaining its guests. Within the island are museums, gardens, a butterfly park, swimming lagoons, golf courses, a large roller skating rink and various rides.
Underwater World at Sentosa IslandDistance from Singapore Changi Airport: 26.4 km
Asia’s largest tropical oceanarium.
National MuseumDistance from Singapore Changi Airport: 18.9 km
This museum has extensive collections focusing on regional history, cultures and crafts. Exhibits include archaeological finds from the Asian region, articles relating to Chinese settlement and trade, Malaysian and Indonesian arts and crafts. It also has superb examples of jade including the 380 piece Haw Par jade collection.
Chettiar Hindu TempleDistance from Singapore Changi Airport: 19 km
Tank and River Valley Roads.
This structure housing the image of Lord Subramaniam is a recent (1984) replacement of the original, built in the 19th century.
St. Andrew’s CathedralDistance from Singapore Changi Airport: 19.7 km
Coleman St. and St. Andrew’s St., Colonial Singapore.
The first church on this site was built in 1834; struck twice by lightning, it was demolished in 1855. Indian convicts were brought in to construct a new cathedral in 12th-century English Gothic style.
Singapore RiverDistance from Singapore Changi Airport: 19.7 km
The heart of the city lined with one of Singapore’s most successful redevelopment projects. Boat Quay and Clark Quay. Boat Quay is Singapore’s premier nightspot. Clarke Quay is a family oriented area of restaurants and shops.
Singapore Art MuseumDistance from Singapore Changi Airport: 18.6 km
Stamford Rd, Colonial Singapore
M. Housed in a grand colonial building topped by a giant silver dome. Included in its collection are 20 dioramas depicting the republic’s past; the Revere Bell, donated to the original St. Andrew’s Church in 1843 by the daughter of American patriot Paul Revere. Exhibits rotate among Singapore’s museums.