ADDRESS: 78 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819666

OPERATING HOURS: Mon–Sun 24 hours

Upon exiting the MRT station (Changi Airport Station), Jewel is accessible via link bridges located at level 2 of Terminals 2 and 3.

Designed by globally-acclaimed architect Moshe Safdie, Jewel houses a myriad of breath-taking attractions that fuse nature with human ingenuity. Moshe Safdie was also the architect behind Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay Sands® integrated resort. Jewel provides shoppers the opportunity to engage in retail amidst the lush greenery of Shiseido Forest Valley. Pay a visit to Nike’s largest retail space in Southeast Asia, as well as local labels like Onlewo and IN GOOD COMPANY. With over 80 F&B outlets to choose from, dining options are aplenty. Indulge in a hearty burger at all-American burgerjoint Shake Shack or try local Peranakan (Straits-born people of Chinese and Malay/Indonesian heritage) cuisine at Violet Oon Singapore. A definite must-visit is the 40-metre-high HSBC Rain Vortex—the world’s largest indoor waterfall and the Manulife Sky Nets, a walking net and a bouncing net for both adults and children to play on.


ADDRESS: 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, Singapore 486038

OPERATING HOURS: 10am to 10pm Daily

Take the East West Line or Downtown Line and alight at Expo Station (CG1). Use Exit B and take a 2 mins walk towards Changi City Point.


Changi City Point is located in the heart of Changi Business Park, directly linked via the Singapore Expo MRT. The mall is also strategically situated next to the residential estates of Simei, Bedok & Tampines as well as private residential areas like Upper East Coast Road, Kew Drive, Tanah Merah, Upper Changi Road and Bedok Road.

Changi City Point is described as the “Garden City in the East” due to its inclusion of flora and fauna features around the mall. It offers a refreshingly landscaped rooftop garden and interactive art installations, “The Arena @ L3” - an outdoor amphitheatre, playground and a tree-house trail for children.

Changi City Point features popular stores such as Tung Lok Signatures’ third outlet in Singapore, Ootoya, Ajisen Ramen, The Manhattan Fish Market and key retailers such as Challenger, Nike Factory Store, FairPrice Finest and Gain City. New F&B concepts include Akimitsu, Curry is Drink, Hey Long Cha and Soul Alife.

The mall is also home to Very Special Arts Singapore, a charity providing opportunities for people with disabilities to access the visual, performing and literary arts for the purpose of rehabilitation and social integration.