Changi Recommends: Easy and Affordable Wi-Fi and Tour Packages for Your Singapore Trips

If you plan on visiting Singapore sometime soon, whether you are a first-timer or a frequent visitor of the beautiful country, you will most probably want to stay connected to your friends, family and the outside world, in general, while you are away. Of course, you will want to get the cheapest deals in terms of tour packages, as well. Well, Changi Recommends provides affordable deals on both counts. In fact, Changi Recommends can cover all of your necessary travel essentials before you even leave the airport.

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Changi Recommends has various booths in different terminals all over Changi Airport, so you won’t have any trouble finding one.

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Looking for attraction tickets? You can beat the queue and purchase your tickets at the airport for very affordable rates.

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Will blog about the different sights that I got to see in Singapore in a different post – wait for it! 🙂

Changi Recommends can also help you get affordable hotel bookings in case you booked your trip to Singapore at the last minute. You can also avail of prepaid cards at their booths, so you can stay in touch with your loved ones at home and chat, post and surf the web as needed. You can even buy  your NETS FlashPay at their booths to travel around Singapore via public transportation with ease.

The best thing that I got to experience through Changi Recommends, though, was their unlimited 4G data offer. For $10 a day, you can rent a mobile Wi-Fi router to stay connected on the Internet throughout your entire trip. The best part? You can connect up to 8 devices to it! So, if you are traveling in a group, you can simply split the costs and make the most out of your money.

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Changi Recommends’ Wi-Fi router lasts for up to 8 hours and charges fairly quickly. I went all around Singapore with mine and never ran out of signal. In fact, it was incredibly fast. I only ran out of battery once and that was on my first night – before I got to charge the router properly.

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Even if you do run out of juice, though, you can simply plug in your charger in a socket in a coffee shop or restaurant while you enjoy a cup of coffee or eat. The charger even has an extra USB slot for your phone’s charger in case you need to double-charge (I definitely needed to, what with all of the beautiful things to take photos of in Singapore).

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So, when in Singapore, make sure to check out a Changi Recommends booth before leaving Changi Airport for the best deals and the only Wi-Fi access you’ll need while you’re there. 🙂

 

 

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Changi Airport Terminals 1, 2 and 3, Singapore

https://www.changirecommends.com/

https://www.facebook.com/ChangiRecommends






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