Le Peranakan Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

400 East Coast Road, Katong District, Singapore, 428994, Singapore
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  • Solo41
  • Business38

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singapore airport longes

by ketch1973

hi guys,

i am arriving into changi with emirates at terminal 1 and have to fly out from the budget terminal 5 hrs later. i need to know several things and any help is much appreciated.

1. can i move between terminals before going through customs?

2. do i go through customs at terminal 2 before going on the shuttle to the budget terminal?

3. what airport lounges are available in any terminal before going through customs?

many thanks guys,

mike

Re: singapore airport longes

by albaaust

Changi airport is huge..you can move between the terminals before exiting through customs..there is a skytrain between the major terminals. Personally, I would stay as long as possible before going to the budget terminal..there is lots to see and do. The duty free is the best in the world especially cosmetics.

The budget terminal does have an area that does have limited duty free and an eating area as well as some internet access. You will need to go through some customs exit before boarding the shuttle bus bound for the budget terminal. You will be amazed how efficient it all is. Have a look at this link and you'll see how much there is http://www.changiairport.com/

Re: singapore airport longes

by ketch1973

many thanks albaaust.

i am planning staying as long as possible before heading over to the budget terminal. i am flying with tiger airlines with hand luggage only so i need to check in no later than 45 mins before departure. i will give myself plenty of time to get across though. do you know if i can access any airport lounges before going through security and leaving terminals 1,2 and 3?

mike

Re: singapore airport longes

by RobSydney

Yes, you can access airport lounges in Changi before customs and as an arriving passanger,and as you only have hand carry, you dont need to worry about your checked bags in the baggage hall for the hours you are in the lounge.

Re: singapore airport longes

by ketch1973

cheers robsydney.

Re: singapore airport longes

by RobSydney

Hey No prob, I have eaten three meals in a day in Changi airport lounges.
So where is the budget terminal taking you- Philippines or K-L?

Re: singapore airport longes

by ketch1973

heading over to phuket with tiger airlines. there was a lot of hassle in bangkok when i booked the flights so thought it would be sensible to avoid there on my way over. going via singapore gives me the opportunity to spend some time there on my way home so if you have any tips on hotels or some must do's then i am all ears!
cheers,
mike

Travel Tips for Singapore

Climate & Weather

by signedbytheo

At only 135km (85 miles) north of the Equator, the weather is usually sunny with no distinct seasons. However, most rainfall occurs during the north-east monsoon (November to January). Showers are usually sudden and heavy but also brief and refreshing, although humidity is uncomfortably high at this time of year. In summer, forest fires in neighbouring Sumatra can also cause heavy haze.

Singapore is warm and humid year round, with the temperature almost never dropping below 20C (68F), even at night, and usually climbing to 30C (86F) during the day. Recent times, it even reached till 35C. Humidity is high, mounting over a 75% mark.

The temperature averages around:
* 26C (79F) daytime, 24C (76F) at night in December and January
* 31C (89F) daytime, 26C (80F) at night for the rest of the year.

November and December is the rainy season. June-August is considered to be the best time to visit, but even then it rains often. Don't let the climate stop you from going, however. Most buildings are air-conditioned (to the point that you may want to take a sweater), and pains have been taken to make everything as comfortable as can be, all things considered. When it does rain, it's generally only for a short period.

Spectacular thunder storms can occur throughout the year, normally in the afternoons, so it's wise to carry a umbrella at all times, either as a shade from the sun or cover from the rain.

For those who enjoy the sun and the beach, Singapore is an ideal place for beach lovers, as you get the hot hot sun throughout the year. So when you're in Singapore, just bring along your cooling apparels and hats.

Known for shoppers haven....!

by daryll

Shopping is the one of favourite activity when come to Singapore. While you shop, you'll enjoy dining and people watching of the current fashion. Other than that, the night life in Singapore will rock your all night long. What i missed most is that looking at the very special Christmas light which is one of the best in the world i suppose. Lights and Christmas Tree gives me a very good feeling about Christmas Day. The best things strolling down the Orchard shopping district while shopping and enjoying glittering lights and also have a cup of tea seat back and relax.

Shoes / Footware

by JuraidahJ

If you have the chance to visit local residence, one thing you must remember is to take off all footware before entering.

Regardless of which race or religion, it is a practise of taking out footware.

Deepavali

by imstress

Deepavali also known as Festival of Lights is celebrated by the Hindus on 1 Nov 2005.
It is a celebration of good triumph over evil.
Temples in Little India and the streets are decorated with lights, tinsel and garlands.

Head down to Little India to take in the atmosphere. Have henna drawn on your hands or have a taste of the goodies and tibits.

Rollerblading & Wakeboarding

by Eurasian68

ROLLERBLADING

With Singapore's fine weather, rollerblading is a great way to mingle with the locals, especially during weekends. At East Coast Park, you can rent a pair of inline skates and swing into action, with the sea breeze in your wake. Or if you're a novice, you can take lessons conducted by Skateline, a certified skate school. The skate rental kiosk is located at East Coast Park Area E (near carpark E2). Tel.: 62431912

WAKEBOARDING

Wakeboarding is the fastest growing water sports in Sinagpore. Extremely popular for those who like an action-packed workout in the water, it is a cross between water-skiing and surfing. If you like to try the sport, there are classes for beginners while the more advanced can try to perfect their moves. All you have to do is pick your favourite location, rent a boat with the necessary equipment and you are ready to go!

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