Touring the Lion City: The Arrival
June 9, 2010. After 3 hours, we finally touched down at Changi Budget Terminal. It was a smooth flight. Thank God.
The Changi Budget Terminal looks very different from the 3 main Changi airport terminals. Just like Kuala Lumpur's LCCT, it is small (think giant warehouse).
Welcome in four languages – Malay, Mandarin, Tamil and English.
Queue for security inspection before the immigration counters.
Anyway, after passing through the immigration, I headed directly to the Duty Free Shop to buy liquor as requested by my cousin.
For those planning to purchase a few bottles of liquor at DFS Singapore, kindly read this:
If you are a bona fide traveler not below 18 years of age, have arrived from countries other than Malaysia and have spent 48 hours or more outside Singapore immediately before your arrival, you are granted the following duty-free concessions for liquors:
1 litre spirits (brandy, whisky, gin, rum, vodka, etc)
1 litre wine, and
1 litre beer, stout, ale or porter.
If you’re travelling in a group and planning to purchase more than one of each kind, you can make use of all your passports. Like in our case we bought 2 bottles of Absolut Vodka, 2 bottles of Bombay Sapphire (which are all spirits), and 3 bottles of Heineken so the cashier asked for 4 passports for the transaction.
We exchanged some SGDs at the forex counter just before the exit. We then headed outside the arrival area then got on the free shuttle bus to the main Changi Terminal where the MRT to the city is connected.
outside terminal 2
welcome to terminal 2! So sosi the interiors.
and off we went to Chinatown...
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