Changi Airport offers a huge range of services, shopping, entertainment and various other cool ways to burn time. Maybe more than any other airport in the world.
Flight Bar & Lounge sits atop Marina Bay Sands and probably has the best view of downtown Singapore.
Now, it is a bit of a hike to get there if you are staying in downtown Singapore but it was worth the trek.
Min Nan Pork Ribs Prawn Noodle serves up a meaty prawn noodle stuffed with lots of goodies.
A free, super lush park with ponds, landscapes and a couple reptiles.
This was a breakfast first for sure and may have been my favorite meal on my trip to Singapore.
Little India is a bright and hopping slice of it's namesake country.
Blanco Court is next to the Sultan Mosque and is where I had an early breakfast two of the mornings in Singapore.
A bright and super ornate temple dedicated to the Hindu God Genesha.
Tian Tian has been the go-to for Hainanese chicken rice for quite a while now which made me excited to get to try it.
Stumbled on this MRT mural focusing on military might and construction prowess.
What's not to love really? Coconut, curry, vermicelli noodles, spice and seafood.
Yakader is serving up a lovely chicken biryani.