Friday, February 5, 2010

singapore changi airport

it didn't felt so much like going outside the country since the Philippines is an archipelago, where we're used to fly by air to go to other regions. it was even more comforting since i was flying with our country's flag carrier.woke up early for my first ever flight to Lion City, Singapura. doing it alone wasn't even a concern because of this country's reputation of having an impressive airport system. i went there by the way for a training with the company that i'm working right now.i slept more than half of the three-hour trip since it was just seeing clouds over plain sea view. when the plane was approaching the Malaysian peninsula, first thing one would notice are the many cargo ships and the buildings along its coast.changi airport currently has three terminals and still has a very wide area for expansion since it's a reclamed site. though there were signs on almost every corner and are all in English language, one can still get lost because of its size. sometimes you may wonder if there were just very few people inside the airport or it's just that huge. just passed by the shopping area that made it look more like a mall rather than an airport.when checking out, one can have the option to either take the train system or the more traditional way of taking a taxi to about twenty to thirty minutes to the country's central district. what i like most with this airport is its spacious area.

34 comments:

Photo Cache said...

i like hanging out in this airport; there's ton of things to do and see and eat. internet is even free; what more could you ask di ba/

-ellesig- said...

it looks almost empty, mukang tahimik ah.. haha! hindi tulad dito na parang masyadong chaotic.

question.. ano ung material na gamit sa floor dun sa 4th photo?

Eben said...

oh nagapunta ka pala dito. Welcome to the Land of Lah! hehehe.

I used to hang out @ Terminal 3 kasi nandun ang office ko dati.

docgelo said...

i've never been to sg! haha.
so will follow this series, definitely.

sheng said...

Wait, what's with the Villar ad on the comments section? Nice airport Singapore has...i hope to visit Singapore soon.

Maus said...

wow galing...dami na atang pinoy na nag vivisit ng singapore...

ShatterShards said...

Wow! Enjoy your company-sponsored out of country training!

SandyCarlson said...

A gorgeous airport, to be sure. Your photos make it seem very inviting.

alicesg said...

Dong, Sometimes, Singaporeans go to airport just to eat and shop...lol. There will be a fourth terminal in future. The airport is very busy handling the planes cause this is also the transit point and the people are all spread out in the big airport with so many terminals and levels. I am always hanging out at Terminal 3 (the newest terminal). The food there is good and it is very spacious. :)

Sidney said...

Cool airport !

EastCoastLife said...

I go to our Singapore Changi Airport so often that I don't bother to blog about it. :P

There is lots of great food at the 3 terminals.

The kids love watching the planes take off or land.

Enjoy your trip in Singapore!

gillboard said...

buti sa singapore, pwede magpicture sa airport... sa australia bawal... kakainis, ganda pa naman ng airport dun...

Hi! I'm Grace said...

Wow! Thanks for sharing this picture and experience you had in Singapore, Dong. I was planning to stay a couple of days on my way to visit Philippines in the future. :)

aquamarine said...

changi airport is often compared to the chek lap kok airport of hk..
very neat!

*congratulations and good luck for the new job!

Pietro said...

This airport looks modern and efficient. I think there is a good restaurant of the "Break" chain too. Very nice images!

Cza said...

I was just in SG. :D I love love love their airport.. Made me feel bad about ours nga lang. Oh well. :) Enjoy!

Nanaybelen said...

wow! ganda naman ang airport nila. And linis at maluwag.

Ax said...

yay, i can't wait to ride the plane next month! hehe. kaso di Singapore ang pupuntahan.. oo nga, parang walang tao.

Eki said...

Is that how you call the country "Singapura" in your language? That's how we call it too.

I've been there quite a few times. It's comfortable, I should say. It's facilities and spaciousness.

BTW, how long are you going to be there?

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Allen said...

im back! missed blogging. :)

nice! pa-abroad abroad! hehe

fufu said...

yeah one of the world's best airports =p you ginna love the country but kinda small ><

Bengbeng said...

wuah..u r so near us now :)

witsandnuts said...

Never been there. But I read from NY Times that it's among the nicest airports in the world.

I am Xprosaic said...

OO nga! napakaspacious... parang nakakawala ng stress sa byahe... jejejejejeje

Jeanny said...

ang ganda nga ng airport sa Sing. Wala ko masabi. Nag stop over kami dyan papunta here, sayang hindi ako nakapag shots kasi pagod na ko hehehe :)

nuts said...

hmm, me free inet nga sa Singapore Airport.. tama nga, alam ko yun..:D

Reena said...

i like sing airport too. i love their ceilings. dami kong photos ng ceiling ng changi.

i took the train. they have the most effiecient trnspo system tlga.

Hilda said...

It's so huge and clean! I hope you were able to take in some of the city sights!

PUSANG-kalye said...

the best ang Changi---parang naging provincial airport tingin ko biglas sa NAIA aftre that.hehe

katcarneo said...

I saw this documentary about Changi airport and I was really impressed. Splendid, it is. HOw I wish our airports here could be just the same!

carlotta1924 said...

nice singapore series, dom. haven't been there but it looks like a beautiful place to visit, not to mention it's so clean. hehe.

dyosa said...

I love airports, especially nice ones. They say that you can tell a lot about one's country by their airport. The last time I went to Singapura was 2000 (where I spent New Year) and I'm missing it a lot now just by looking at your photos.

Raft3r said...

the dong goes international!
yahoo!

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