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More than departures at Changi Airport Terminal 3

30 Apr 2008 by Ciprian Hirlea

You can do more than catch a flight at Changi Airport’s new Terminal 3 (T3). The seven-storey building features three basements and four upper levels of some 230 retail outlets and over 110 F&B selections.

With the launch of these new public areas, the largest dedicated to shopping and dining among all three terminals, the public is encouraged to use T3 as they would a regular leisure complex.

Lim Kim Choon, director-general and CEO of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, said at the recent launch of the facilities: “Though the airport is primarily for travellers, many Singaporeans, especially those living in the eastern part of the island, visit Changi Airport to dine and relax on weekends. We hope they will continue to enjoy these activities, in particular, the unique retail and F&B experience at Terminal 3.”

The range of attractions is indeed varied, and includes Ya Kun Kaya Toast, Singapore’s popular local jam and butter toast café on basement two and Outdoors, a sports gear and equipment boutique. More shops and eateries are located at B2 Mall @ T3 on basement 2 and 3-Top on levels three and four. Most establishments will keep late hours, some closing at 2300 or operating round the clock.

Lau Liang Tong

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