New restaurants and stores open at Changi Airport
Changi Airport has added new restaurants and stores to its retail offer.
In the transit area, Irvin’s Salted Egg has opened a kiosk at Terminal 1. In the public areas, new eateries have opened at Terminal 3’s basement 2 including three by the Pezzo Group: Crave, Coffee Boy and Stuff’d. Mr Teh Tarik Express and multi-concept gourmet food hall, Terminal M, featuring a mix of Korean, Chinese and Japanese foods, are also available at this terminal.
Visitors can now shop a new outlet of casual clothing retailer The Blues or confectioner The Cocoa Trees.
Singapore Changi Airport handled 5.62 million passenger movements in January, a 6 per cent year-on-year increase.
Passenger traffic growth during January was broad-based with increases recorded for all regions except the Middle East.