More shopping, dining at Singapore Changi Airport
More shopping and dining opportunities have been made available at Singapore Changi Airport.
In the transit areas, Irvins Salted Egg has opened its first Changi Airport kiosk at Terminal 2 (T2), offering freshly made salted-egg snacks. Also in T2, Tunglok Teahouse has opened its first restaurant at the airport, offering traditional Chinese favourites such as dim sum and Teochew dishes.
At T1, Starbucks has opened it seventh outlet at the airport.
In the public areas, The Little Shop has opened at T3 Basement 2, offering baby and toddler products. Bee Cheng Hiang and Fragrance Bak Kwa, which sells bak kwa (traditional barbecued and dried meat), also opened outlets in the T2 and T3 Departure Check-in Halls respectively.
For late-hour travellers, two 24-hour food outlets have opened at the airport. Indian vegetarian restaurant Bikanervala has launched its first 24-hour airport outlet in the public areas of T3, serving north and south Indian cuisine as well as sweet and savoury snacks. Bakery Cuisine, serving freshly baked bread, pastries and waffles around the clock, has also opened at T2’s Departure Check-in Hall.