Jewel Changi is a gem of a space which turns Singapore’s world-class Changi Airport into a must-visit destination in its own right. The building’s shimmering façade houses lifestyle, dining and retail options from a range of international and local brands for visitors.
Whether you’re sightseeing, shopping for exclusive wares made in Singapore, or indulging in an unforgettable meal, you’re certain to find a moment to treasure at Jewel Changi.
Global fare and local cuisine
Burger and Lobster
Located on Jewel’s topmost floor at the Canopy Park, Burger and Lobster boasts a gorgeous view, alongside American comfort food like juicy burgers and delectable lobster dishes.
While their lobster rolls and original lobster dishes are world famous, we also recommend loosening your belt buckle and expanding your culinary horizons with their Sambal Lobster and Singapore Chilli Roll. The latter is made with a sauce inspired by the gravy used in Chilli Crab (Singapore’s national seafood dish!).
Jewel Changi Airport. 78 Airport Boulevard #05-203, Singapore 819666.
(Full Menu) Daily 11am-11pm.
(Only lobster rolls available) Daily 9-11am, 11pm-3am.
Birds of Paradise
The perfect pit-stop for adventurous foodies with a sweet tooth, this gelato store serves up unique, botanically-inspired flavours of ice cream. We recommend sampling some of their Asian-inspired flavours like Masala Spice, Lemongrass Ginger and White Chrysanthemum.
IN GOOD COMPANY. #01-214/215/216. +65 6241 2554.
Tiger Street Lab
To experience dining like a true blue local, be sure to pay a visit to Tiger Street Lab, the latest experiential eatery by Singapore’s very own beer brand.
First established in 1932, Tiger Beer is the granddaddy of local brews, and has established itself as an internationally-established brand over its eight decades of history. Pair local zi char (traditional dishes influenced by home-cooked Chinese food) staples—think hor fun (flat rice noodles) and coffee pork ribs—with a bottle of refreshing Tiger Beer Radler, for an experience that’ll be right up your alley.
Tiger Street Lab. #05-205. +65 62432047.
Rich and Good Cake Shop
To sample desserts with a local twist, join the queue at Rich and Good Cake Shop. Founded by a mother-daughter duo in 1997, this store sells a range of baked goods and pastries for foodies with a sweet tooth.
Their signature item is undoubtedly their swiss rolls, which come in various local flavours like kaya (a traditional jam made from coconuts and eggs) and durian. The latter is made from what locals have dubbed the ‘king of fruit’, for its distinctive aroma.
Rich and Good Cake Shop. #01-232. +65 6241 0902.
Unforgettable sights and scenic retreats
HSBC Rain Vortex
Undoubtedly one of the centrepieces of Jewel Changi, the HSBC Rain Vortex is the world’s tallest indoor waterfall, and a testament to human ingenuity. Surrounded by the lush greenery of the Shiseido Forest Valley, this 40-metre-high attraction is a must-visit for nature lovers and architecture fans alike.
If you’re visiting in the evening, be sure to time your visit to coincide with the Light and Sound Show, a mesmerising ten-minute display that happens every hour from 8pm until midnight.
HSBC Rain Vortex. Level 1.
Light & Sound Show runs from 7.30-12.30pm at hourly intervals.
Located on the topmost floor of Jewel Changi, the Canopy Park is home to a range of attractions and spectacular sights.
Travellers looking for reprieve can take a stroll through the Hedge Maze, while visiting families can romp with their children at the Manulife Sky Nets and the Discovery Slides. The latter fuses art and imagination into a surreal playscape that will reawaken your inner child.
Canopy Park. Level 5.
The Shirt Bar
A local label that offers a range of shirts to spruce up your wardrobe, The Shirt Bar places emphasis on superior quality material, unique style and attention to detail. The designs here run the gamut from quirky to elegantly understated, and discerning gents are bound to find a purchase that conveys their unique personality.
The Shirt Bar. #B1-240. +65 6713 0304.
Looking for celebrity-worthy skincare solutions? Head over to Make Hero. This multi-label beauty store is a collaboration between Make Up Inc—purveyors of fine perfume and makeup—and Hirosophy, a skincare brand that has been endorsed by stars like Zhangi Ziyi and Fan Bingbing.
Make Hero. #B1-281.
This Japanese brand advocates for various marginalised communities around Asia, with jewellery from Sri Lanka, apparel produced in India and shawls weaved in Nepal. You’ll be shopping for a good cause, and deepening your appreciation for Asian craftmanship at the same time.
Motherhouse. #B1-293/294. +65 6904 8643.
The Better Toy Store
Christmas comes early for your child at The Better Toy Store. The establishment sources for quality products from all across the globe, with an eye towards play value, safety and eco-friendliness. From whimsical musical boxes to glittering snow globes, there’s a whole myriad of treasures here to spark joy in your little ones.
The Better Toy Store. #04-226. +65 6294 3264.
Souvenirs and mementos
If you’d like to bring home a memento of your time in Singapore, be sure to make a beeline for Supermama. This craft store sells a plethora of wares inspired by Singapore’s unique culture, ranging from crockery to posters and keychains.
Grab yourself a cushion featuring cutesy renditions of the Merlion, or choose from a selection of ceramics inspired by iconic local symbols, like orchids and HDB flats.
With over 200 Singaporean brands and household names packed into a sprawling retail space, Naiise Iconic is your one-stop shop for all things local. Pick up delicately-scented soap bars and fragrances, take home cute prints made by local designers or a selection of fiction by local authors.
Naiise Iconic. #02-205/206.