19 fun things for teenagers to do in Singapore

[ UPDATED POST – 24.08.14 ]

I’m on holiday already and I’m not sure about you guys. Anyway, school holidays are just around the corner. You might want to start planning where to go during holiday. Here are some tips for you .

1. Lockdown.sg

lockdownReal-life escape the room is a reality first-person adventure game simulating online room escape flash games. In the game, the player is locked in a room and must exploit his or her surroundings in order to escape. Similar to war game and haunted house, the game requires players to be observant and use critical thinking skills in order to solve the challenges and riddles. Lockdown.sg is a Singapore company that specializes in creating real-life escape the room games. We aim to help people escape from lockdown in their lives and to unlock their mind and potential. Learn to think out of the box by taking part in the latest craze with Singapore’s very own creativity at its best.

Price Range: $22
Recommended Number of People: 3 to 6 people

Address: The Central, 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #03-51/52, Singapore 059817, (Clarke Quay MRT exit F)
Operating Hours: 11am to 10pm

Website: http://www.lockdown.sg/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lockdown.sg

2. Exit Plan


Exit Plan creates first-person reality game rooms that originates from the popular escape game concept in Japan. Our game rooms require players to assemble their very own team to challenge the rooms. You have 50 minutes to complete the room to win the challenge. Every single room is unique and requires different expertise from the players in order to complete the room. Your team will have to work together to find clues, break puzzles and solve mysteries to escape from the rooms depicting out-of-this-world scenarios! If your team completes the room faster than the other teams, you will get into our Hall of Fame. Don’t worry if you don’t! There’s a gazillion more chances to make a comeback and bring them down the chart!

Price Range: $18
Recommended Number of People: min 2 people , recommended: 4 to 8 people.

Address: 279 New Bridge Road #03-01, Singapore 088752 (above Manbok Korean Restaurant)
Operating Hours: Sun-Thur: 11.00am – 9.40pm, Fri-Sat: 11.00am – 11.00pm

Website: www.exitplan.sg/
Facebook: www.facebook.com/exitplansg

3. Forest Adventure1455880_609947269072433_720627933_n

Singapore’s First and Only tree top adventure course. Time to get out of the city for a bit of an adventure in the wood! Forest Adventure is basically a rope course built in the trees comprising various obstacles such as ladders, swings, nets, trapezes, tunnels etc…
The Grand Course for adults and juniors has 34 different obstacles and takes 2hr 30 minutes to complete.

Price Range: $42 ( student/ weekdays only)
Recommended Number of People: As many as possible

Address: Bedok Reservoir
Operating Hours: 10am to 6pm

Website: www.forestadventure.com.sg/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Forest-Adventure/128950187172146

4. TreeTop Walk @ Macritchie Reservoir

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The TreeTop Walk (TTW) is the highlight of several long hiking routes in Macritchie that brings you through different stages of mature secondary forest. The first of its kind in Singapore and in the region, this free-standing suspension bridge connects the two highest points (Bukit Peirce and Bukit Kalang) in Macritchie and offers a bird’s eye view of the community of plants and animals that live in the forest canopy. The total length of the walkway is about 250m and its height from the forest floor varies, with the highest point at 25m.

Price Range: FREE !
Recommended Number of People: 2 or more

Address: Macritchie Reservoir
Operating Hours: Tue to Fri: 9am-5pm, Sat, Sun and Public Holidays: 8.30am-5pm.

Website: http://www.nparks.gov.sg/cms/index.php?option=com_visitorsguide&task=attractions&id=64&Itemid=73

5. Pasarbella996621_629482857085716_1271781152_nThis pasar(market) is very atas ! You all should visit them ! The coolest pasar ever !  Tucked away in a family, lifestyle and dining enclave, The Grandstand, PasarBella is the first multi-sensory grocery shopping destination in Singapore. With over 30,000 square feet of market space housing more than 30 unique stalls from around the world, PasarBella is the embodiment of its namesake, which is derived from the local term for ‘market’, and the Italian term ‘beautiful’.  Families can bask in the rustic interiors and reminisce the simpler days of yesteryear. The quaint stalls, exotic aromas and festivities are sure to enchant everyone.

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Price Range: FREE entry.
Recommended Number of People: Two or more

Address: The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Rd, 287994
Operating Hours: 9.30am to 7pm

Website: www.pasarbella.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PasarBella/info

6. Mustafa Centre

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All under one roof ! You can find everything there ! Trust me, you will love it ! Guess what, 24 hours !


Price Range: FREE entry.
Recommended Number of People: Two or more

Address: Mustafa Centre, 145 Syed Alwi Road, Singapore – 207704
Operating Hours: 24 HOURS MY GOODNESS !

Website: www.mustafa.com.sg

7. Parkview Square


A beautiful building with an interior you cannot believe. Visit the courtyard to see the statues and look at the building architecture. They have statues of Churchill, Lincoln and more !.

Inside on the ground floor is a wonderfull large cocktail lounge called Devine and it certainly is. See the high glass wine cooler store behind the bar, access is by a waitress in a fairy costume hoisted by wire like a real story book fairy. The interior decorations is something you wont see anywhere else and a must see !


Address: 600 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188778

8. Mint Museum of Toys


Mint Museum of Toys – Showcasing Asia’s largest collection of vintage toys, enamel signs and tin boxes, from over 40 countries including Germany, Japan, UK, USA, China and many more! Step into our award-winning museum for an experience like no other!


Price Range: $15

Address: 26 Seah Street, Singapore 188382
Operating Hours: 9.30am to 6.30pm

Website: http://www.emint.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mintmuseumoftoys

9. Laser Tag @ LaserOPS

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Price Range: Peak Period – $18/mission OR $36/3 missions , Non-Peak Period – $15/mission OR $30/3 missions ( per pax)
*Peak periods are Friday after 6.30 pm, whole of Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays

Recommended Number of People: Can accommodate between 18 to 24 players per mission. Up to 3 team bases can be set up for team battles! There is no minimum number of players.

Address: B1-04/05/06 Dhoby Ghaut Northeast Line (NEL) MRT Station.
Operating Hours:  Mon – Thu: 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm , Fri – Sat: 11:00 am – 11:00 pm , Sun: 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Website: http://www.laserops.com.sg
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/laserOPS

 10. Paintball @ Red Dynasty

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Price Range: Between $10.70 to $89.90 per pax , more info, visit http://weplaypaintball.com/prices
*You will have to book before coming as we are open by appointment only

Recommended Number of People: The more the merrier

Address: They have more than one outlets, for more info, visit http://www.weplaypaintball.com/contact
Operating Hours:  Mon – Fri: 9am – 9pm , Sat – Sun, PH: 9am – 7pm

Website: http://www.weplaypaintball.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/reddynastypaintball

 11.  Alive Museum 


Price Range: $25 ( 13 and above )

Recommended Number of People: 2 or more

Address: Suntec City Mall #03-372 (Between Towers 3 and 4)
Operating Hours:  10am – 10pm ( last admission at 9pm )

Website: http://www.alivemuseum.sg
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/alivemuseumsingapore

12. Trick Eye Museum  


Price Range: $25
Recommended Number of People: 2 or more

Address: Waterfront @ Resorts World Sentosa 26 Sentosa Gateway Singapore 098138
Operating Hours:  10am – 9pm

Website: http://www.trickeye.com/singapore
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/trickeyesingapore

13. Brazil versus Japan at Singapore National Stadium on October 14

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Price Range: TBC

Address: Singapore National Stadium
Operating Hours:  TBC

Website: TBC
Facebook: TBC

 14. Sentosa Spooktacular


Welcome to Laddaland, the new Spooktacular haunted village where horror lurks at any corner. Gather your courage and explore the village, where every house is haunted. Cursed and haunted spirits are out to claim new souls to join their realm. Come on in and we wish you luck, for we do not know if we will see you again.

Based on GTH’s well-received movie Laddaland; story has it that a family of four abandoned their old lives and moved into Laddaland, ready to settle down in a beautiful home they could call their own and live their dreams. All is well until they found out about the ruthless murder of a Burmese maid in their neighbour’s house. Savagely beaten, her mangled body is found stuffed inside the refrigerator. A wrongful death always results in a vengeful soul. Even the innocent ones are not spared from strange sightings and mournful cries.

There will be no Fort Siloso. Instead, experience the transformation of what you once knew as Fort Siloso into the village of Laddaland. Walk down the rows of old houses until you reach the home of Thee , his wife Parn, his rebellious teenage daughter Nan and lively young son Nat. What seems to be a dream house in the day  will turn into your darkest nightmare when night falls. Watch as the dark village comes to life in the wake of the night and be prepared to play hide and seek with the poor haunted souls who only want to have some fun. You hide, they seek, and be assured they do not give up easily because they promise to haunt you long long time. You can never be sure what you will find in your path…or off the path; as ghosts and ghouls play hard and work hard in bringing to you Asia’s Scariest Fun. A word of caution from us: Guard your soul to the best you can. Rumours have it that no one comes out alive from Laddaland.

Price Range: They have different type of tickets, for more info, visit www.spooktacular.com.sg/tickets.html
Recommended Number of People: The more the merrier

Address: Fort Siloso
Operating Hours:  11 Oct, 17 Oct, 18 Oct, 24 Oct, 25 Oct,  31 Oct & 1 Nov 2014 , 7pm – 1am

Website: http://www.spooktacular.com.sg
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sentosa.spooktacular

 15. Halloween Horror Night 4 @ Universal Studios Singapore

Price Range: More info, visit http://halloweenhorrornights.com.sg/tickets.php
Recommended Number of People: The more the merrier

Address: Universal Studios Singapore
Operating Hours: 3 – 5 Oct, 10 – 11 Oct, 17 – 18 Oct, 22 – 25 Oct, 31 Oct & 1 Nov, 7.30pm – 1.30am

Website: http://www.halloweenhorrornights.com.sg/

16. Cat Cafe @ Neko No Niwa


Price Range: $12 per pax for an hour , subsequent 1/2 hour $5 .
Recommended Number of People: 2 to 3

Address: 54A Boat Quay (Level 2), Singapore 04984
Operating Hours: Mon, Wed – Fri: 11am – 10pm , Sat, Sun & PH: 10am – 10pm, Closed on Tuesday

Website: http://www.catcafe.com.sg/
Facebook: www.facebook.com/CatCafeNekonoNiwa

17. Bubble Bump





Price Range: Visit website for more info
Recommended Number of People: 10 to 15

Address: Your own location, preferably futsal court or soccer pitch
Operating Hours: Visit website for more info.

Website: http://www.bubblebump.sg/
Facebook: www.facebook.com/bubblebumpsg

18. Ice Cream Cafe Hopping

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Read this post for more info – http://www.blogwithlutefield.wordpress.com/2014/08/19/where-to-eat-ice-cream-in-singapore/


19. Chill Session @ Changi Airport


Read this post for more info – http://www.blogwithlutefield.wordpress.com/2014/08/15/where-is-the-best-place-in-singapore-to-study-overnight/


Going to Batam ? BEWARE !

The wait is over ! School holiday are finally here ! That means for the whole of next two months, there would be no assignments, no presentations and no test to prepare for !

I’m glad that I have no exam this semester. I will have more time to blog and spend more time with my non-poly friends !


Since school holiday are here, some of you will spend your holiday overseas. Those who are going to BATAM, do take note that they have recently imposed a new rules.


The new rules bans talking loudly or using mobile phones at their immigration checkpoint and the officers have recently started enforcing the rules strictly.

How strict ? Stricter than you and I would have imagined.

So what’s the punishment for talking loudly or using phone ? DEPORTATION !

Yes, I’m not kidding. They will send you back to Singapore. Try and beg them, they won’t listen to you. This is how strict they are. Imagine, just because you talk, you get deported. Hahaha I find it super funny. Nobody expected the penalty to be this harsh haha.

So mean right haha ? Imagine you paid like 50 bucks and took an hour ferry ride to Batam, and when you reached there, you talk and get deported.

The reason for imposing this rules is because the immigration officers needed the place to be quiet to maintain order so that the tourist can hear them when they called their names.

The rules are ridiculous but we as an outsider, we should respect their rules. We also want tourist to follow our country rules when they are in Singapore right ?

So yeah. You may find their rules ridiculous or weird but not as ridiculous/weird as our “chewing gums” rules.

Rules sucks, but what can we do ? Suck thumb lohhhh ..

Where to Eat Ice Cream in Singapore ?


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Blk 89, Bedok North Avenue 4, #01-109,
Singapore 40089

12pm – 12am

6445 5739


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128, Toa Payoh Lorong 1. #01-835,
Singapore 310128

12pm – 10pm ( Tues – Thurs )
12pm – 11pm ( Fri – Sat )
12pm – 10pm ( Sunday )
Closed on Monday

6250 1476

Ice Cream Chefs

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12 Jalan Kuras, Upper Thompson
Singapore 577727

12.30pm – 10.30pm ( Mon – Thurs )
12.00pm – 11.30pm ( Friday )
12.00pm – 12.00am ( Sat/ Eve of PH )
12.00pm – 11.00pm ( Sun & PH )

520 East Coast Road, #01-06,
Singapore 458965

1pm – 10pm ( Mon – Thurs )
1pm – 11pm ( Fri – Sun )

2 Telok Blangah Way, Safra Mount Faber, #02-08,
Singapore 098803

12pm – 10pm ( Sun – Fri )
12pm – 11pm ( Sat )

6458 4849

Ice Cream Frenzy

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Blk 501, West Coast Drive, #01-250
Singapore 120501

11am – 10pm ( Mon – Thurs )
11am – 11pm ( Fri – Sat )
11am – 10pm ( Sunday )

6778 4498

Little Ice Cream Kafe ( LICK )


258 Tanjong Katong Road
Singapore 437046

6440 8526

Tom’s Palette

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100 Beach Road, #01-25
Singapore 189702

12.00pm – 09.30pm ( Mon – Thurs )
12.00pm – 10.00pm ( Fri – Sat )
01.00pm – 07.00pm ( Sunday )
Closed on last Sunday of the Month *

6296 5239

320 Below

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33 Mackenzie Road, #01-01 Mackenzie Regency,
Singapore 228686

1.30pm – 10pm

6884 8683

10 Tampines Central 1, #B1-32 Tampines One
Singapore 529536

11am – 10pm

6555 6341

Salted Caramel

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246F Upper Thomson Road,
Singapore 574370

12pm – 11pm ( Sun – Thurs )
12pm – 2am ( Eve of PH, Fri – Sat )

6753 1718

Ice Edge Cafe

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2 Kovan Road, Simon Plaza, #01-10,
Singapore 548008

12pm – 12am

6858 5729

Scoopz Ice Cream

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Thompson Garden Estate, 222 Upper Thompson Road,
Singapore 574354

1pm – 12am ( Daily )

Parkway Parade #1 154C, 80 Marine Parade Road,
Singapore 449269

1pm – 12am ( Mon – Thurs )
1pm – 1am ( Fri – Sat, Eve of PH )
1pm – 11pm ( Sun, PH )

6440 3412 / 6456 8698


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The Central @ Clarke Quay
6 Eu Tong Sen Street Unit 01-74

11am – 11pm ( Sun – Thurs )
11am – 1am ( Fri – Sat )

6225 6956 / 6285 3124

MILK and HONEY Gelato

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Bedok Feng Shan Market, Blk 86, #01-179, Bedok North Ave 4
Singapore 460086

8am – 12am ( Tue – Thurs )
11am – 1am ( Fri – Sun )

9786 9754

The Factory

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22 Lim Tua Tow Road,
Singapore 547772

1pm – 10pm ( Mon – Thurs )
1pm – 11pm ( Fri )
11am – 11pm ( Sat )
11am – 10pm ( Sun )

6283 7680

Azzura Gelato Bar

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Katong V, 30 East Coast Road #01-01,
Singapore 428751

10am – 10pm ( Mon – Thurs, Sun )
10am – 11pm ( Fri – Sat )

6348 1477

Brownice Ice Cream

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Sin Ming Centre, 8 Sin Ming Road, #01-03,
Singapore 575628

1pm – 11pm ( Mon – Thurs )
1pm – 12am ( Fri – Sun )

6456 6431

Seriously Ice Cream

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Blk 4, Everton Park, #01-44
Singapore 080004

12.30pm – 9pm ( Mon, Wed – Thurs )
11.00am – 11pm ( Fri – Sat )
11.00am – 9pm ( Sun )

9621 6889

Merely Ice Cream

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Sunshine Plaza, 91 Bencoolen Street, #01-13
Singapore 189652

12pm – 11pm ( Mon – Sat )

6238 0890

Latte E Miele

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200 Turf Club Road, #01-34B
Singapore 287994

12.30pm – 10.00pm ( Mon – Thurs )
12.30pm – 10.30pm ( Fri )
10.30am – 10.30pm ( Sat )
10.30am – 10.00pm ( Sun )

6468 9282

Gelato Cottage

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1 Selegie Road, PoMo, B1-04,
Singapore 188306

12pm – 9.00pm ( Mon – Thurs )
12pm – 10.30pm ( Fri – Sat )

6337 7148

Island Creamery

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Serene Centre, 10 Jalan Serene, #01-03,
Singapore 258748

11am – 10pm ( Sun – Thurs )
11am – 11pm ( Sat, Eve of PH & PH )

Compass Point, 1 Sengkang Square, Concession C-2, B1-38,
Singapore 545078 ( inside cold storage )

10.30am – 9.30pm

3 Lorong Liput, #01-02, Holland Village Shopping Mall
Singapore 277725

11am – 10pm ( Sun – Thurs )
11am – 11pm ( Sat, Eve of PH & PH )

6468 8859

Ice Cream Gallery

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242C, Tanjong Katong Road,
Singapore 437030

6348 6535
12pm – 10.30pm ( Sun – Thurs )
12pm – 12am ( Fri – Sat )

Eastwood Centre, 20 Eastwood Road, #01-13,
Singapore 486442

6246 2926
11.30am – 9.30pm ( Mon – Sat )
12pm – 9.30pm ( Sun )

Valley Point, 491 River Valley Road, #01-20 Valley Point,
Singapore 248371

6235 0870
11.30am – 10pm ( Mon – Thurs )
11.30am – 10.30pm ( Fri – Sat )
12pm – 10pm ( Sun )

United Square, 101 Thomson ROad, #02-K1

6255 4991
11am – 9.30pm ( Mon- Thurs )
11am – 10pm ( Fri )
10am – 10pm ( Sat )
10am – 9.30pm ( Sun )


The Daily Scoop

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41 Sunset Way, #01-04, Clementi Arcade,
Singapore 597071

6463 3365
11am – 9pm ( Mon – Thurs )
11am – 10pm ( Fri – Sat )
2pm – 9pm ( Sun )

43 Jalan Merah Saga, #01-78, Chip Bee Gardens,
Singapore 278115

6475 3128
11am – 10pm ( Mon – Thurs )
11am – 10.30pm ( Fri – Sat )
2pm – 10pm ( Sun )

369 Sembawang Road, #01-05, Sembawang Cottage,
Singapore 758382

6754 1233
11am – 10pm ( Mon – Thurs )
11am – 10.30pm ( Fri – Sat )
2pm – 10pm ( Sun )


ICE Cube Cafe

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11 Kensington Park Road, Serangoon Gardens Estate
Singapore 557263

4pm – 1am ( Mon – Thurs )
4pm – 2am ( Fri – Sat )
2pm – 1am ( Sun )

9780 5073

The Ice Cream Shop

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312 Bedok Road,
Singapore 469475

12pm – 12am

6444 6600

Where is the best place in Singapore to study overnight ?


Finally my year 2 sem 1 is finally over. It’s time for me to update my blog. It’s been a long time since I last post something here. So my first task is to update one of my blog post. This post is one of my top post therefore I think there is a need to update this post.

Well, the recent semester has been a really hectic one. Can you imagine, in less than 2 months, I had to complete 7 major projects and on top of that, I’ve other commitment such as presentation and class test too. I survived.

Been staying in school till late night every single day just to finish up my assignments. Sometimes, I didn’t go home because I know if I go home, I’ll sleep instead. I really cannot do homework at home. I will end up tonning outside to finish up my work.

I wish we could stay in school overnight to do our work. After 10pm, security guards will chase us out. So we have no choice but to find a 24 hours cafe to do our work. I used to do my work overnight in Starbucks or Coffee Bean but I get bored of studying there because there are no other shop which open except them. Sometimes, I need food to eat and the food sold in Starbucks or Coffee Bean is not my cup of tea.

After trying different kind of places to do my work overnight, I finally found the best place to do my assignment overnight or in other word, a place for me to ton to do my homework or to study.

And the place is none other than the best airport in the world, Changi Airport.

I lived in the North and Changi Airport is like the other end of Singapore but I don’t mind going there. One of the reason is because my school is only 15 minutes away from the Airport.

There are a lot of reason why Changi Airport is the best place to ton and study or do your assignment overnight.

1. Cafes with Power Socket + Coffee + Cakes + Wifi + 24hours

Power socket is a must thing to have when you study overnight. Even if your assignment does not require you to use laptop, we still need to charge our smartphone ! There are three cafes for you to choose :


– Coffee Bean ( terminal 2 ) :

Coffee Bean has only 2 power sockets if I’m not wrong but normally, there is only less than 5 customers on weekday’s midnight. Coffee Bean provides you with a free WiFi, you have to ask the barista for the username and password. I like Coffee Bean because it has lesser customer and the staff there are very friendly.


– Caffe Ritazza ( terminal 1 ) :

Big cafe with a free WiFi, password can be found in the receipt. Price is slightly cheaper than other cafes. They have 2 power points, each has 4 power sockets. 10% off total bill and regular cappuccino at $3.90 per cup for NTUC plus! cardholder. Less crowded compared to Starbucks.


– Starbucks ( terminal 1 & 2 ) :

Slighly more crowded than the other two cafes mainly because more people prefers Starbucks drink. The one in Terminal 3 only open for 24hours on Friday & weekends. I only went to Terminal 3 Starbucks. They have quite a number of power points. I’m not too sure about the other Starbucks in Terminal 1 & 2 but normally Starbucks Cafe comes with a power sockets.


– Panapolis ( terminal 3 ) NEW!

Panopolis offers simply delicious and inspiring sandwiches and pastries from around the world. At Panopolis, all breads are freshly baked and filled throughout the day. They have a study table with few power sockets and a free wi-fi ! Panapolis is a halal certified cafe too.


– Krispy Kreme ( terminal 2 ) NEW!

The newly opened Krispy Kreme is a new spot to study in Changi Airport! A 24 hours Krispy Kreme ! They do have power sockets but you have to use your own hotspot for internet connection. Very comfortable and various type of doughnut to keep you awake throughout the night !


-Paris Baguette Cafe ( Terminal 2 ) NEW!

I’m not sure if they have power sockets or wifi but Paris Baguette in Changi Airport is 24 hours !

2. Atas Cafes

If you prefers to do your work in a more high-class cafe, you can head to :

– The Connoisseur Concerto ( Terminal 3 )

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– O’Coffee Club ( Terminal 3 )

I’m not sure if they have power socket. You can check first.

3. Clean toilets !


Toilet is a must thing to have too when you ton. Changi Airport toilet is very clean and you can find toilet every 50 metres ! Made my life easier !

4. Convenience Store

For me, I can’t study without something to munch. Sometimes I’m stingy to spend more than 5 bucks on cakes so I’ll go to the nearest convenience store to buy chocolates or biscuit to make me awake.

– Cheers ( Terminal 2 & 3 )
– 7-11 ( Terminal 1 )

5. Light Supper ! 

It’s normal to feel hungry while tonning. Sometimes, you don’t want to eat alot. You just wanna grab a toast bread to fill up your empty stomach. Don’t worry, you can find it here easily :


– Heavenly Wang ( Terminal 2 & 3 )
– Ya Kun Kaya Toast ( Terminal 3 )
– Toast Box ( Terminal 3 )
– Wang Cafe ( Terminal 1 )
– Coffee & Toast ( Terminal 1 )

6. Heavy & Affordable Supper

Sometimes, toast bread is not enough. No worries, you can have your meal at the nearest 24hrs fast food restaurants. It’s value for money !


– Burger King ( Terminal 1 & 2 )
– KFC ( Terminal 1 )
– McDonald’s ( Terminal 2 & 3 )
– 4 Fingers ( Terminal 3 ) ( open till 1am on fri & sat )
– Ruyi ( Terminal 1 )

7. Heavy and Quality Supper

Some people don’t eat fast food. No worries, there are other restaurant that you can go but be prepared to spend more.

– Ananda Bhavan ( Terminal 2 ) : Satisfy your cravings for Indian food with a variety of South & North Indian vegetarian food items from appam to thosai, and prata.
– Pastamania ( Terminal 3 ) : YES ! A 24 hours Pastamania ! Italian cuisine for supper !

– Swensen’s ( Terminal 2 ) : Craving for ice cream in the middle of the night ! Head to Swensens !

8. 24 hours GongCha & Dunkin Donuts 


Prefer bubble tea over coffee ? GongCha in Terminal 2 operates 24 hours ! If you want donuts, Dunkin Donuts in Terminal 3 operates 24 hours on Friday, Saturday & Sunday !

9. Internet Access 

If you prefer to surf on the go, you can stay connected with Wireless@SG, a free wireless broadband network.

Surf up to 1Mbps with Singapore’s free wireless network.

  1. Get a temporary login ID and password at any Information Counter.
  2. Connect to the network “Wireless@SG”.
  3. Launch your browser to access the login page.
  4. Select the service provider “StarHub” and enter the login details given

10. Napping Areas ! UPDATED

In Changi Airport, you can take a nap anywhere without being judge by the passer-by. It’s clean, quiet and more importantly, it’s comfortable ! Don’t forget your jacket, it can be very cold. If you are loaded and prefer to take a nap on a nice mattress , you can go to The Haven in Terminal 3 !

The Haven is the only Pay-Per-Use Lounge located in the public area at Singapore Changi Airport.


Passengers who use The Haven will have a comfortable area for resting or freshening up before their next engagement. Our attentive Guest Relations Officers will be at service to help in any way while you relax after or before a long flight.

The Haven is ideal for any traveller who may require a shower, rest or working area before hotel check-in is available and after checking out while waiting for a late night flight.


The nap room package is inclusive of a shower, meal as well as lounge access.

Minimum usage of 3 hours is charged at S$50++ . Extension is charged at S$13++ per hour.

11. Shower Room UPDATED

No shower room in the Changi Airport Toilet. If you really need one and you want to go to school straight from Airport, you can shower at The Haven.


The shower room allows guest to freshen up. The shower room is equipped with a relaxing rain shower , restroom facilities, washbasin and a built-in hairdryer. Bath towel and shower amenities (shampoo, shower gel, hair conditioner) will be provided with the package. There are a total of 13 shower rooms.

Each shower room is charged at S$14++.

12. Hotel


If you are loaded and have no idea where to spend the money, you can just book a hotel room at Crowne Plaza Hotel and have a good sleep after doing your assignments.

13. Baggage Service

To have your bags looked after, should you wish to shop free of luggage or if you need to leave the airport and come back later, you can visit their Left Baggage counters. This payable service is available 24 hours daily and is provided by Harilela Hospitality Pte Ltd in Terminal 1 and EASYBAGY in Terminals 2 and 3.


When you are stress or tired of studying, you can just take a short walk around the airport. It’s so peaceful ! You can go to the viewing gallery and look at the planes. Oh yah, you can take your own sweet time choosing which terminal to study at but do it before the last tram. Last tram is at 2.30am.

Enjoy studying and I hope this post will help you decide where to ton to finish up your assignment or revise for your exam.

Here are the list of public buses that goes to Changi Airport.

24, 27, 34, 36, 53, 858