Singapore Changi Airport has reopened and refurbished its Terminal 2 (T2).

The opening followed a three-and-a-half-year transformation journey, which will in turn restore four-terminal operations at Changi Airport.

According to the Changi Airport Group, the T2 extension project increased Changi’s capacity by five million passengers per annum (mppa), bumping the airport’s overall handling capacity to 90 mppa.

Mr Tan Lye Teck, CAG’s programme director for the Terminal 2 expansion project, emphasised the technological direction of the refurbishment.

Teck said: “Changi Airport has always been pushing the boundaries of airport service and innovation while staying ahead of the latest trends in digital as well as retail and dining offerings.

“With T2, we sought to enhance the passenger experience, bringing together a modern terminal inspired by nature with immersive digital experiences, innovative technology, as well as transformative retail and dining concepts that create a sense of place.”

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Below are some of the features of the newly refreshed T2.

The Wonderfall

Changi Airport features an immense multimedia digital waterfall display, which soars 14m high and spans 17m wide.

With its “calming” features, the Wonderfall represents the centrepiece of the departure hall.

Credit: Changi Airport Group.


Changi Airport aims to immerse its passengers with an “unforgettable experience”, aiming to bring different elements to elevate the flying experience.

The airport group has described it as a place where you can “connect with the beauty of nature, find solace in its serenity and recharge your
senses before you board your flight”.

Credit: Changi Airport Group.

Food and drinks

In addition to its scenery, Changi Airport has expanded its T2 retail and food options, including Boost pop-up bars and a duty-free store with a robot bartender.

Credit: Changi Airport Group.

Kids entertainment

Changi Airport has redeveloped its adventure playgrounds, where children can now embark on a fun playtime adventure at the two Bears Hideout in transit.

Credit: Changi Airport Group.