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Singapore Changi Airport is the main airport in Singapore. One of Southeast Asia's key aviation hubs, it is 17.2 km (10.7 mi) northeast of the commercial centre in Changi. Changi Airport's four terminals are T1, T2, T3, and Budget Terminal, with Budget Terminal (specifically for budget airlines) located away from the main terminals towards the south, where a free shuttle bus service operates to Terminal 2.
Picking Up Your Car
The car rental counters are located in the Arrival Halls of the three main terminals. They open from 07.00 to 23.00 daily.
Nova Car Hire has an unequalled reputation for the service it offers its car rental customers. Over 1.5 million satisfied customers have used our booking service since 1997, adding up to more than 12 million rental days worldwide. Whether you book your car rental instantly online or arrange it over the phone with one of our professional customer service staff, we strive to make the experience as easy and as pleasant as possible.
Singapore's official currency is the Singapore Dollar (SGD). Brunei's currency is also legal tender, with a 1:1 exchange rate. U.S. dollars, Australian dollars, yen, and sterling are accepted at many major shopping centers.
Singapore enjoys a tropical climate, with hot, humid weather all year-round. Temperatures are slightly lower between June and August, although temperatures rarely drop below 20°C (68°F), and generally reach 30°C (86°F) during the day. November and December are the rainiest months, but it rains often throughout the year.
The world's second-biggest observation wheel (after Beijing's version), the 165-meter-high Flyer is Singapore's equivalent of the London Eye. The best time to catch a ride is at sunset, when the downtown skyscrapers are beautifully lit.
Chinatown Heritage Centre
This largely overlooked museum recreates whole sets of bedrooms, kitchens, and street scenes from the late-19th century and early-20th century. This is an authentic slice of Singapore's history that is made all the more interesting by the modern skyscrapers nearby.
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Open from 5 AM. to midnight, this leafy retreat is the ideal escape from the frenetic shopping streets of downtown. Roam through virgin rainforest and visit the National Orchid Garden's multi-hued collection of 1,000 orchid species and 2,000 hybrids.