Changi Airport Terminal 4 Bus Stand

Changi Airport Terminal 4 Bus Stand is located at Terminal 4 of Changi International Airport. The bus stand serves public bus services calling at Changi Airport Terminal 4 bound for the City and other parts of Singapore.

The bus stand opened on 22 October 2017 with bus services 24, 34 and 36 amended to serve Changi Airport Terminal 4. A new Service 110 from Compassvale was also introduced on that day.

The bus stop was renamed from “Changi Airport PTB4” to “Changi Airport Ter 4” on 8 October 2023.


Name Changi Airport Terminal 4 Bus Terminal | 樟宜机场第四搭客大厦巴士终站
(Bus Stop 95029 – Changi Airport Ter 4, T4 Crescent)
Bus Routes 1 (SBS Transit), 2 (Go-Ahead), 1 (SMRT Buses)
Berths 2 berths for alighting & boarding
Rail Connection Not Applicable
Changi Airport T4 Bus Stand
Changi Airport T4 Bus Stand

The bus stand at Changi Airport Terminal 4 is built just outside the arrival hall of the terminal building. Unlike the bus stands at Terminals 1, 2 and 3 which are located in the basement, the Terminal 4 bus stand is located at ground level. As a satellite terminal, it is not directly connected to Changi Airport MRT Station and requires connection via shuttle bus.

The bus stand is sheltered with a spacious passenger waiting area. Waiting benches and Information boards are also provided.

The bus stand has 2 linear berths for alighting & boarding, indicated by 2 bus stop poles with the same bus stop number and description.

Located around 100 metres away from the bus stand are end-on berths for coaches.

Bus Connections:

Public bus services to Changi Airport Terminal 4 commenced on 22 October 2017 with 4 bus services: 243436 and 110. Among these, Bus Service 110 was newly introduced, terminating at Compassvale Bus Interchange.

Bus Service 36 offers direct connections to the City, serving the Marina Centre, City Hall and the Orchard Road areas.

Bus Services

Bus Services 24 & 34 calls at the berth nearer to Terminal 4, while Bus Services 36 & 110 calls at the berth further away from Terminal 4.

Service Destination Notes
24 Ang Mo Kio via Bedok, Paya Lebar, Serangoon
34 Punggol via Tampines
34B Tampines Avenue 10 (Tampines Wafer Fab Pk)
36 ↺ Tomlinson Road
via Marine Parade, Marina Centre, Orchard
Connects to the City, via Marine Parade.
Tomlinson Road (Aft Cuscaden Rd)
110 Compassvale via Sengkang West

Gallery (October 2017):

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13 thoughts on “Changi Airport Terminal 4 Bus Stand

  • 31 March 2019 at 8:18 AM

    1. There is no space for a ‘Changi Airport Terminal.’ If you want to build that, it will be more troublesome for passengers because you want to build a further away terminal from the airport.
    2. Service 16 will duplicate Service 24. I don’t think it’s a problem if passengers can change buses.

  • 24 October 2017 at 1:05 PM

    I have just been informed my Air Asia flight has been moved to Terminal 4. My friend is leaving from Terminal 3 at the same time. We are coming from Marina Bay area. Is there a public bus/MRT that we can take to go to both these terminals please? If not, how do we get from say Terminal 4 to Terminal 3 please? Thanks, Sarah

    • 25 October 2017 at 9:57 PM

      Hi Sarah,

      You can hop on the free shuttle bus service from Terminal 2 Arrival Hall Door 1 to Changi Airport Terminal 4. Follow the directional signs to Terminal 4 from Changi Airport MRT Station

      LTG Admin Team

  • 3 October 2017 at 8:52 PM

    Fail big time la,Should just make a centralise open terminal and just skipped the basement.A new feeder using a mix of bendies and SDs start from the centralise terminal to T3/T1/T2.This T4 bus stop will be violated by private vehicles

    • 2 January 2018 at 6:30 PM

      Demolish T4 Bus stand, then there is an area for bus to stop nearby maybe that one can be the bus ter and renamed as Changi Airport Bus Ter. Amend all bus to skip the various terminals, amend service 36 to loop at the 3 terminals and end back at Changi Airport Bus Ter, also amend service 16 to extend to Changi Airport Bus Ter, meaning that service 16 will go from Bt Merah Int to Changi Airport Ter (skipping bedok int and continue the journey to the airport like service 24.)

    • 31 March 2019 at 8:24 AM

      Where are you going to build this centralised Terminal? If you want to build it, you have to take down the roads and infrastructure. At most can just shift T4 bus stop to nearby the terminal.

      Plus it will be useless if buses go from one terminal to one terminal back to this ‘centralised’ terminal which is so close by to the terminals itself. I can understand if it’s a bus depot, where buses park, but looping around is itself a good idea for buses going to Changi Airport.

      I think skytrain and shuttle bus good for T1/2/3/4 already. Still got T5 and it’s the opposite side :/

      • 5 October 2023 at 6:13 PM

        T5 haven’t yet bro


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