South Korean travel retailer, Lotte Duty Free has taken over the liquor and tobacco concession at Changi Airport.
Bringing its extensive travel retail experience to Changi, Lotte will eventually offer over 3,000 tax- and duty-free wines and spirits as it expands its product line-up progressively. Travellers can look forward to a wide variety of brands and products from special and limited-edition whiskies and cognacs, exclusive labels only found in Changi Airport, a dedicated collection of Asian spirits highlighting brands from Singapore and Korea, as well as alcohol-free options to cater to a growing demand for non-alcoholic beverages.
Renovation works for Lotte’s stores at Changi Airport will take place in phases, beginning in Terminals 1 and 3, once circuit breaker restrictions are lifted. Integrating elements of nature, inspired by Changi Airport’s iconic gardens, and featuring innovative in-store technologies, Lotte’s design concept for its stores will redefine the retail experience at Changi. Shoppers can look forward to unique concepts such as a specialised cognac brand boutique, immersive experience zones dedicated to whiskey, gin and wines, and a high-tech tasting bar, among others.
With the gradual re-starting of activities post-circuit breaker restrictions in Singapore, Lotte will first retail on Changi Airport’s duty-free e-commerce platform, iShopChangi.com, before its physical stores open at a later stage. Singapore residents can shop selected Lotte’s products on iShopChangi without flying.
The world’s second largest travel retailer in terms of sales turnover, Lotte has been awarded the liquor and tobacco concession for a six-year term that covers all 18 liquor & tobacco stores across Changi Airport’s four terminals, spanning more than 8,000 sqm of retail space.
For Lacoste, life is a beautiful sport! Since the very first polo was created in 1933, Lacoste relies on its authentic sportive roots to spring optimism and elegance on the world thanks to a unique and original lifestyle for women, men and children.
Lacoste has re-opened its duty-free travel retail store at Changi Airport Terminal 2.
Currently operating more than 170 travel retail boutiques worldwide, Lacoste says the 62sqm store aims to offer a premium shopping experience to both local and international travellers.
Discover more on www.lacoste.com. View the Lacoste Autumn-Winter 2020 collection here.
Qatar Airways has opened its new Premium Lounge at Terminal 1 of Singapore Changi Airport, marking the airline’s fifth international Premium Lounge. The new 85-passenger capacity lounge is approximately 700 sqm and operates daily from 7:30am to 2:00am.
Qatar Airways’ first class, business class passengers and select Privilege Club cardholders can enjoy complimentary access to the Premium Lounge.
Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker said: “We are thrilled to have launched our latest international Premium Lounge at Singapore Changi Airport. The lounge design is inspired by modern-day Arabic architecture, reflecting Qatar Airways’ heritage.
Qatar Airways has so far opened Premium Lounges in London, Paris, Beirut and Bangkok.
Mellower Coffee has set up a new outlet at Jewel Chang Airport. A plantation-to-cup coffee chain from Shanghai, Mellower Coffee believes that quality specialty coffee is synonymous with a high quality of life. Enjoy a cup of artisanal coffee brewed using some of the world’s best beans.
Changi Airport Group (CAG) has made official announcement that expansion and renovation works at Terminal 2 (T2) will commence after the Chinese New Year holidays, beginning with check-in rows 9 to 12 in the Departure Hall. This marks the beginning of a multi-year expansion project which will increase T2’s handling capacity, as well as to replace facilities and amenities which are nearing the end of their shelf lives.
The expansion project will add 15,500 square metres to the terminal building and increase Changi Airport’s capacity by five million passengers per annum (mppa). This brings Changi’s total capacity to 90 mppa when the works are completed around 2024.
Last refurbished in 2006, the refreshed T2 will sport even more greenery and natural elements at every turn, in keeping with Changi’s signature garden theme in its terminals. There will also be space added in the Departure and Arrival Halls, giving more room to airport operations such as check-in and immigration clearance. Additional retail and F&B outlets will be introduced in both the public and transit areas, providing passengers and visitors with wider and refreshed options. At the same time, passenger touchpoints will be enhanced for a smoother and more seamless experience.
The refurbished T2 Departure Hall will feature a spacious common-use central Fast And Seamless Travel (FAST) zone, with more automated check-in kiosks and bag drop machines. With this, more passengers will be able to use these self-service options to check-in early. Concurrently, the existing rows of check-in counters in the Departure Hall will be transformed to better serve passengers. All in all, the passenger handling capacity in the hall will be increased by as much as 20%.
To facilitate the expansion works, some airlines operating in T2 will be shifted to alternative check-in rows within the terminal during the course of works. The two flight information display flip boards will be retired, with the one between Check-in Rows 9 and 10 to be decommissioned next month.
A duplex F&B concept will be introduced at the north end of T2’s landside leading to Jewel Changi Airport, to provide visitors with a fresh dining experience, while transforming this gateway to Jewel.
In the Departure Transit Hall, the Orchid Garden, which has provided calm reprieve to many passengers with its elegant orchids since 1997, will be closed to make way for a new garden. This new garden will showcase a revolutionary landscape design, incorporating a plethora of new plant species for the enjoyment of passengers when it re-opens.
To cater for more retail and F&B offerings for passengers, the commercial spaces within the Departure Transit Hall will be increased. In particular, the food street areas along the length of the Departure Transit Hall and overlooking the tarmac will undergo refurbishment. Designed to provide passengers with a garden dining experience, this area will incorporate dramatic green walls, hanging plants and soft lighting. More F&B kiosks options will be brought in, along with additional seating and a newly curated tenant mix for an enhanced dining experience.
In addition, all passengers, whether transferring, transiting or departing, can also look forward to refreshed waiting areas with more comfortable seating, relaxation zones and a new play area for children. New experiential zones will be introduced at various locations within the Departure Transit Hall to keep passengers entertained during their time at Changi.
To cater to higher passenger traffic passing through T2, the Departure and Arrival Immigration Halls will be expanded. Specifically, the Immigration Halls will be reconfigured to support additional automated immigration lanes. The Immigration Halls will similarly incorporate lush greenery, extending a warm welcome to our passengers.
To handle a higher volume of bags at T2, two existing baggage belts will be lengthened and another two new belts will be added, bringing the total number of baggage belts to 10. The Early Baggage Storage system will also be upgraded from semi-automated to fully-automated, allowing some 2,300 bags to be stored at any time.
In the Arrival Hall, a garden-like lounge will be created, where meeters and greeters can wait comfortably for their friends and families to arrive.
For the dining outlets in the public area of the airport, McDonald’s in the Arrival Hall will close on 31 January 2020, while Starbucks in the Departure Hall will cease operations in April 2020. The remaining F&B outlets in T2’s public areas will remain open for passengers and visitors until the later phases of the expansion works. With the refurbishment, a new cluster of F&B kiosks will offer additional quick bites options at the south end of the Arrival Hall.
Get ready for the Chinese zodiac year of the rat. Bring the celebratory 999 Pure Gold Mouse Charms from Chow Tai Fook back home.
Step right in to the newly opened Chow Tai Fook store located at Terminal 1 of Singapore Changi Airport. Chow Tai Fook at Changi T1 stocks a wide range of products ranging from their 999.9 Pure Gold products, Disney Collection pieces and more.
What’s more, you’ll get to try some of their pretty rings in their Dynamic Zone. If you’re getting a gift, you can also personalize and pen your greetings in their gift-area.
When you’re around in the airport, do drop by and shop with them before you fly ! You can enjoy shopping with them at duty free prices. Chow Tai Fook is also available at Jewel Changi Airport and ION Orchard.
Since 1976, Jacadi has crafted collections that reimagine the timeless heritage of French fashion for children. As a contemporary brand with classic roots, Jacadi creates clothes, accessories, shoes, and nursery items that celebrate the magic and whimsy of childhood.
Designed for special milestones and everyday moments alike, their collections are for boys and girls ages 0-12 years. At the core of their brand, they believe in supporting the development and wellbeing of children everywhere. "Reinventing and passing on the best of childhood."
Qantas has officially opened its newest First Lounge, a luxury space spread over 1,000 sqm at Singapore’s Changi Airport.
The new First Lounge will operate in tandem alongside the airline’s existing International Business Lounge, providing capacity for 240 customers and a bespoke offering for Qantas’ First Class passengers and top tier frequent flyers.
The new build was designed by Australian designer David Caon in collaboration with Kelvin Ho of architecture and design firm Akin Atelie and features a number of Singaporean influences across the look and feel of the lounge as well as the food and beverage offering.
Qantas Group CEO Alan Joyce said the opening of the new lounge is a reflection of the airline’s extensive premium investment in the region.
“Since our A380 flights have returned to Singapore, we’ve seen an increase in demand for premium travel which has also translated to an increase in the number of travellers enjoying our lounge hospitality.
“This is our fourth Qantas First Lounge, and each time we build an entire new lounge facility from scratch, we speak to our frequent flyers to get a better understanding of how customers like to spend their time in the lounge and tailor it accordingly. Our customers told us their key priorities when travelling through or from Singapore is space to relax and do some last-minute work, a quick shower, and a meal before departure so they can maximise their sleep onboard.”
An open kitchen will serve up a Rockpool a la carte seasonal menu designed with Singapore’s vibrant dining culture in mind.
The lounge also features a cocktail bar with lounge seating, serving French champagne, seasonal spritzes, unique cocktails inspired by Singapore, like a Calamansi Mojito – made from the local Calamansi fruit, Singaporean and Australian beer – and a variety of Australian wine. View Singapore First Lounge Menu here.
Non-alcoholic healthy beverages such as kefir and kombucha, barley water and a Rockpool ‘House Lemonade’ are available, along with all day barista service with Vittoria coffee and a selection of savoury bar snacks and fruit.
Wellness continues to be a major inspiration and the new Qantas First Lounge brings the outside in. Live greenery features throughout the lounge to soften the space and bolster the atmosphere, while the use of natural materials and colour palettes is designed to help relax customers.
A unique faux ‘skylight’ in the shower suites and lounge area will replicate natural daylight and help adjust the body clock as customers transition through multiple time zones.
Business travellers have the choice to work in an open, communal setting or individual lounge chairs with high dividers. USB and charging ports are located throughout the lounge, with wireless printing, Wi-Fi and TV screens for customers to stay charged and connected.
The new premium space is Qantas’ fourth First Lounge across its global network, joining Sydney, Melbourne, and Los Angeles. The opening is part of the multi-million-dollar investment for customers on its Singapore services and complements the expanded Qantas International Business lounge at Changi, which combined now offers seating for more than 800 customers.
The premier bespoke bridal jeweller, Love & Co. celebrates the proclamation of romance and passion with an exceptional range of couple bands and engagement rings. Specially tailored for couples in love, Love & Co. showcases an extensive range of romantic jewellery.
Made with the most advanced technology and finest craftsmanship, these creations speak of intimacy and promise impeccable quality that last a lifetime. With prominence in the jewellery market in Singapore, Malaysia, China and Thailand, Love & Co. has established its reputation as the couple band specialist in the region.
Rabeanco was created in 1992 out of its founders' passion for leather craftsmanship and their desire to make luxurious accessories widely accessible. Each and every Rabeanco bag is constructed on the individual strength, grain and flexibility of the finest leathers. ingeniously balancing form and function. the result is vibrantly coloured and richly textured collections that perfectly complement the contemporary wardrobe, fulfilling the desire for accessories that are versatile, stylish and personal that every woman can find the perfect affordable luxury bag to suit every mood and occasion.
G-Star RAW is the innovative denim brand. Established in 1989, G-Star has become a leader in the denim industry. Following a philosophy of "Just the Product" since its inception, the brand remains dedicated to denim craftmanship while encouraging its evolution. Visit their latest boutique at Jewel Changi Airport to pick out a denim fashion piece with unique characteristics and qualities.
Red Lips from Shanghai is now available at Jewel Changi Airport! A new age mala food concept using authentic hotpot base with more than 20 ingredients, secret spices, and specialty sauces, Red Lips creates a personalised hotpot bowl that is unique to you! Red Lips has seen long queues and expanded with over 40 outlets in China within five years of its establishment. It was a huge hit in China due to its quick service, affordability and customisable offerings that satisfies people of their crave for spiciness without spending hours in hotpot places.
US skincare brand's Dermalogica® has opened its first concept store in Singapore at Jewel Changi Airport.
Dermalogica® was founded in 1986 and is the number one choice of skin care professionals worldwide. Researched and developed by The International Dermal Institute, Dermalogica® vision is clear – a product line FREE of common irritants and ingredients that can cause breakouts, including lanolin, SD alcohol, mineral oil and artificial colours that would improve skin health. When Dermalogica meets skin, skin health is redefined.
HSBC Bank (Singapore) has opened its 2nd Jade Centre at Jewel Changi Airport to further cater to the growing international retail banking and wealth needs of its affluent customers who live and/or bank in Singapore.
HSBC Jade Center is equipped with amenities such as private rooms, complimentary wifi and beverage options. HSBC clients can look forward to performing their banking conveniently in a private environment with their HSBC Jade Relationship Managers or simply just relax in the lounge before moving on to their next destination.
Jade is HSBC’s affluent proposition for individuals who have at least SGD1.2 million in cash and/or investments with the bank. Geared especially for customers with international needs, Jade provides personalised investment solutions and advice, and global concierge services.
Jewel Changi Airport features many different shopping experiences for both Singaporeans and tourists, but none are quite as unique as the Blackmores’ store, the brand's second outlet in Singapore. Located in Basement 2 of this new and iconic lifestyle destination, the new Blackmores Store has everything you need to begin better every day.
While the store’s concept is a tribute to the beauty of nature, two key features also showcase the value of technology. The Bone Density Health Check and Iridology Consultation combines scientific evidence and traditional knowledge to offer a more natural approach to health.
These two dedicated areas in the Blackmores Store will provide customers with valuable guidance to achieve a healthier lifestyle. Head to the new Blackmores Store now and start the journey to begin better every day.
Founded by visionary naturopath Maurice Blackmore in 1932, Blackmores combines traditional naturopathic expertise with scientific research to help people achieve optimal health and wellbeing.
Committed to developing innovative natural health products and services of the highest quality, Blackmores reaches consumers in 17 markets. Visit their concept store at Jewel Changi Airport to stock up on your health supplements and more
d’Good Café is dedicated to brewing, baking and cooking. Discover goodness through their handcrafted coffee, specialty tea, cocktails, quality food, fresh bakes, genuine service and welcoming ambience. Exclusive to their Jewel Changi Airport branch, patrons will be greeted by an old slice of Singapore with their interior installations and learn about Singapore’s coffee heritage through their Singapore Coffee Museum that resides within the cafe. There is no better spot than here to tuck into their food and drinks inspired by some of Singaporean’s most loved flavours.
Kate Spade New York is a fashion house of handbags, clothes, shoes, home décor and more, all with a unique style synonymous with joy. Since their launch in 1993 with six essential handbags, they’ve always stood for optimistic femininity.
Kate Spade New York value thoughtful details. They think a layer of polished ease looks (and feels) so chic and to them, modern, sophisticated colors make a personal style statement all their own. It’s these founding principles that define their unique style.
Singapore-based Skeda creates fashion jewellery using unique materials, adorning its wearers with vogue pieces as subtle expressions to the world.
Skeda is a jewellery brand with particular focus on offering creative and unique products characterized by the latest trends and superior craftsmanship.â€‹ Visit their newly-opened store at Jewel Changi Airport.
Franck Muller's flamboyantly-designed new boutique at Jewel Changi Airport is a store that is hard to miss.
Founded in 1992 by master watchmaker Franck Muller and watchmaking specialist & entrepreneur Vartan Sirmarkes, the House of Franck Muller is one of the most acclaimed independent watch companies in contemporary watchmaking.
With more than 50 world premieres and patents, Franck Muller has been dazzling the world with creations that have been received with great enthusiasm by watch connoisseurs and celebrities alike throughout the world, and designs that represent major technical advances in the history of haute horlogerie.
Established in 1978, Calvin Klein Jeans is a designer denim line under the global American fashion house. Known for its minimalist aesthetic, unique details and innovative denim washes, the brand features jeans, apparel, and accessories catering to both men and women. Visit their newest boutique at Jewel Changi Airport and update your wardrobe with their stylish pieces.
Headquartered in Japan, Paris Miki is a global eyewear retailer with over 1,200 stores located across Asia, Australia, Europe and the United States. In addition to eyewear brands, Paris Miki also offers a comprehensive suite of eye care services, including eye health screening.
Enjoy their professional eyecare services in a very unique ambience that gives you the feeling of "Flashback to the 60's Entertainment World” at their newly-opened store at Jewel Changi Airport.
Founded in 1930, the Japanese eyewear retailer traces its humble beginnings back to Himeji City, where it started off as a store engaged in the sale of various items including eyewear.
Through the years, what has set Paris Miki apart from other brands in the market is its commitment to bringing excellent service to each customer, and its selection of well-crafted, top-of-the-line eyewear. The Japanese value of “omotenashi”, which is to entertain guests wholeheartedly, has been the core value of our business. This is why every time you enter one of their stores, they are sure to give you the unforgettable service that you deserve.
The Times Junior store at Jewel Changi Airport is Times Bookstore’s first stand-alone store catering to children. Times Junior takes on a fun and holistic approach towards Education, Creative Learning, Discovery and Interaction.
With merchandise ranging from books, toys, stationery, gifts and accessories - including a dedicated selection of children’s books by Singapore authors - you and your littles ones can look forward to an engaging bonding experience.
Apple has announced the opening date of their second Singapore store for Saturday, July 13 at 10.00 am at Jewel Changi Airport.
Apple first launched their 1st store along Orchard Road two years ago. Customers can expect to be able to explore the latest Apple product range, as well as obtain professional technical support and advices.
Visitors to Jewel Changi Airport (Jewel) can look forward to a new state-of-the-art digital experience attraction added to the range of leisure and tourism offerings available at Singapore’s latest iconic lifestyle destination. A first-of-its-kind in Singapore, the Changi Experience Studio was conceived and designed by Changi Airport Group to be a space that tells interesting stories of Changi Airport in a way that brings wonder and delight to both adults and children alike.
Located on Level 4 of Jewel, the studio presents a journey of fun and discovery through the exciting virtual world of Changi Airport featuring a garden that sings, an adrenaline-pumping runway race, a quest to collect airport trolleys, a battle of smiles and more.
With a collection of over 20 different touchpoints and ten zones spread over 3,000sqm (about half the size of a football field), the Changi Experience Studio utilises technology to present a diverse mix of unique experiences under one roof, including interactive games, projection storytelling, immersive shows and gallery exhibits. Each touchpoint tells a different slice of the Changi Airport story uncovered through the visitor’s participation. For instance, visitors can have fun playing games simulating different functions at the airport and learning how things work behind-the scenes through interactive projection exhibits. They can also look forward to an immersive show that will trigger their senses and imagination about the past and future of aviation.
Designed with a mix of experiences that offer both individual engagement and social bonding, the space is suitable for families, friends and groups looking for a fun outing or interesting communal activities. As an indicative guide to help visitors plan their day’s programme, it takes over 90 minutes to complete all the experiences within the Changi Experience Studio.
Exploration of the studio is done primarily with the Travel Guide – a personal interactive device that accompanies every visitor on their journey through the studio. A seemingly simple piece of cardboard with all its technology embedded within, the versatile Travel Guide enables active interaction and spontaneous engagement between the visitor and the exhibits in different ways. This technology used in Changi Experience Studio premiers for the first time across Singapore and Asia.
The Changi Experience Studio operates daily from 10.00am to 10.00pm (last entry is at 9.00pm). The entry fee for Singapore residents is $19 for Adults and $13 for Children / Seniors. Families enjoy a bundle rate of $54 (for 2 Adults and 2 Children / Seniors). Children below 6 years old enjoy free entry.
Introducing Pazzion Café, shoe brand Pazzion’s first multi-concept all-day lifestyle destination in Singapore. Located at Jewel Changi Airport, the 45-seater café at Basement 1 is an oasis within the frenetic airport mall.
A natural extension of the brand that brings together shoe lovers from all walks of life, cultures and countries to a much-needed cosy spot to rest their feet while enjoying the brand’s specially-curated menu of delectable eats as well as a good cup of coffee.
“Everything in moderation, except coffee and shoes” is the beaming neon blue sign that warmly greets every customer as they enter the café. And now they can have the best of both worlds with the Pazzion boutique a stone’s throw away.
The café is tastefully designed in monochromatic tones of black and white, peppered with grey and gold to complement the sleek aesthetics of the brand’s retail boutique. Giving off a modern yet understated elegant vibe with a hint of nostalgia exuding from the vintage soft furnishings placed within the space and creating an invitation to all.
The café serves artisanal brewed coffee from a house blend of 50-50 Brazilian and Colombian beans. Inspired by the unique and sophisticated essence of Pazzion, the coffee beans used at Pazzion Café are carefully roasted to the optimal internal temperature to bring out the smooth, nutty and creamy chocolatey taste of the coffee, leaving one invigorated and craving for more. The sweet aroma of coffee permeates around the café instantly to relax and free the mind. A delectable and comforting sip, be it a hot or cold option, it is best enjoyed with the variety of decorative French pastries.
The curated menu offers a range of all-day dining options, serving a range of different drinks and dishes that accommodate all meal needs. With signature dishes such as French Toast, Cold Truffle Pasta, or the Quinoa Bowl, there is surely something to delight everyone.
For starters, mains to desserts, Pazzion Café offers delectable options that fit into any taste buds and food preferences. Each ingredient is carefully selected for the specially curated menu without compromising on quality, taste and presentation.
Established in 2010, homegrown label Orient Crown specialises in watch winders - devices used to preserve the quality of automatic watches by winding them when stored.
With over 200 designs, Orient Crown’s watch winders are supported by state-of-the-art Japanese motors and are designed to articulate sheer luxury and ensure absolute functionality. Visit their newly-opened flagship store at Jewel Changi Airport.
Orient Crown also offers fine jewellery boxes, watch cases and luxury watch and jewellery safe boxes, Every item is individually tailored to create a unique experience and safekeep precious jewellery and timepieces in pristine condition.
Deriving its name from the Japanese god of prosperity Ebisu, Evisu was founded in Osaka, Japan, in 1991. The brand is renowned for producing its denim wear through traditional and labour-intensive methods, and introducing premium-quality selvedge denim and custom distressing to the world.
Despite its worldwide success and critical acclaim, Evisu’s mission to create high-quality products remains unchanged. Today, Evisu is embraced by both collectors and hipsters alike.
Delight in unforgettable Singapore flavours and Peranakan classics at Violet Oon Singapore at Jewel.
Nestled within the lush tropicality of the world-class Jewel Changi Airport, Violet Oon Singapore at Jewel will whisk you away with their assortment of Singapore flavours.
With an elevated all-day dining menu showcasing local favourites and one-dish delights, they invite you to take a moment to discover Singapore’s diverse and nuanced culinary heritage.
Watch the dancing flames of their glassed-in open grill room, grab a drink at their long bar, or recharge over a warm meal. Visitors are also welcome to shop their selection of gourmet delicacies perfect for gifts and souvenirs.
Play is a Child’s Work and The Better Toy Store is a child’s workshop of award-winning toys carefully selected for excellence in safety, quality, play value, design, and impact on the environment.
Every toy at the store is evaluated for these qualities, together with age-appropriateness and open-endedness; allowing a different facet of play as the child grows and changes in ability and interest.
The Better Toy Store does not compromise because they believe that every child deserves the best - anything else is just not good enough.
Malaysian bakery chain Lavender has expanded to Singapore. Bringing their most popular bakes to their newly-opened Singapore outlet at Jewel Changi Airport, fans from Singapore no longer need to cross the border for their delicious creations.
Lavender is an artisanal bakery and patisserie. Using Japanese and French pastry making techniques, the bakery creates premium quality desserts and baked goods that not only nourish the body, but also delight the senses.
Working closely with local farmers and various purveyors, the bakery ensures that only safe and quality ingredients are used in their products.
Following the success of Japan Gourmet Hall SORA at Changi Airport Terminal 2, ANA Airlines is opening another outlet at Terminal 1, this time showcasing the best Japanese dishes from three prefectures: Fukuoka, Hokkaido and Kanagawa.
Japan Gourmet Hall SORA at Terminal 1 is modelled after a business class lounge and this 116-seater at Terminal 1 will feature classic favorites from these renowned brands as well as exclusive dishes from three restaurants: Ikkousha, Yoshimi and Megumi Maru.
Diners can tuck into an array of Yatai-style ramen, katsu curry and maze don, all at the same place. There will be wonderful desserts such as soft-serve ice-cream and pancakes for those with a sweet-tooth.
Japan Gourmet Hall SORA at Terminal 1 will be calling Singapore location for popular Japanese brands who will set up new outlets in Singapore:
Popular ramen brand from Fukuoka – Ikkousha, doles out Yatai-style ramen
Katsu curry specialist Yoshimi, set to open its first overseas outlet
Megumi Maru, Singapore’s first-ever maze don concept created by renowned maguro wholesaler Misaki Megumi Suisan
Dine at SORA and stand a chance to win a pair of round-trip ANA Airlines tickets to Japan.
Believing that everyone can do their part to make a difference in the industry, Singapore menswear & lifestyle brand, The Shirt Bar, works with socially responsible partners, crafting products of superior quality and fit, whilst keeping them affordable.
Recognising that gifting is central to every human connection, all accessories comes in interesting gift packages, and each shirt comes with a little message to inspire, motivate or bridge a relationship.
The Shirt Bar invites you to start on this No Ordinary journey with them.
Featuring intricate lingerie pieces designed for the modern sophisticated woman, Chaloné promises romantic and sensual style while not forsaking the importance of comfort and fit.
The winner of Singapore Tatler’s Best Lingerie Award, Chaloné carries luxury labels like Lejaby, Lou Paris, and Aubade, and also stock larger cup sizes. Vist their newly-opened boutique at Jewel Changi Airport to check out their home brand Miracle Transformation Bra, or approach their Lingerie Consultants in store for bra fitting consultations.
Enjoy a fragrant cup of coffee or your favourite beverage at Café Amazon, a popular Thai coffee chain with over 2,000 outlets in the Land of Smiles.
Designed to be a lush oasis reminiscent of the Amazon Rainforest, the café is the perfect spot to relax and savour - as its slogan promises - the “Taste of Nature”.
The Jewel Changi Airport outlet is Café Amazon’s first flagship store outside Thailand, and features a Singapore-exclusive menu.
They are very proud of their coffee beans which are sourced locally in Thailand. Their high-quality beans have helped them win the No.1 Coffee Brand in Thailand and Brand of the Year at the World Branding Awards 2017.
Café Amazon have their own roasting plant and is stringent on their internal quality processes.
They optimise their production processes to get the best coffee concentration.
For over 100 years, French brand Petit Bateau has favoured comfort, quality and style above all when it comes to making clothes for babies and children. Using only the highest quality cotton that contains no allergic substances, the brand continues to be a firm favourite amongst the discerning.
Petit Bateau has been an iconic French children’s brand since 1893.
The firm favourite for lovers of good quality cotton from 0 to 1,000 months, comfortable fabrics, classic underwear and simple t-shirts have become the benchmark of this multi-generational brand for babies, children, men and women around the world. Beautiful materials and impeccable cuts last season after season and accompany us through life from childhood to adulthood.
Naiise launched first Iconic store at Jewel Changi Airport - a new retail concept celebrating Experiences, Creativity & Community.
Spanning almost 9,500 sq ft, Naiise Iconic offers a more differentiated, experiential and iconic shopping experience. You can expect to browse a curated selection of more than 200 of Naiise's best brands and designers, have your gifts personalised and gift-wrapped on the spot at The Gift Bar, and dine from an "open-source" communal Pantry - featuring a variety of homegrown brands!
Be part of the Next Big Idea at The Launchpad, where you are invited to validate students and designers' new ideas, prototype and product. Looking for inspirations? Join our monthly workshops, talks and events!
Be part of the Next Big Idea at The Launchpad, where you are invited to validate students and designers' new ideas, prototype and product. Looking for inspirations? Join their monthly workshops, talks and events!
Savour both the authentic classics and the rare gems of Indonesia, all under one roof at Sama Sama by Tok Tok at Jewel Changi Airport.
Diners at Sama Sama by Tok Tok can also look forward to savour one of the most-loved grilled chicken dishes across the Nusantara - Ayam Bakar Taliwang, a whole grilled chicken marinated in signature Lombok’s style method and spiced with freshly pounded black peppercorns and purified sea salt as well as two most-loved seaside native delicacies from the fishing village of Jimbaran, Udang Bakar Jimbaran and Kakap Merah Bakar Jimbaran. The former features succulently grilled jumbo fresh water river prawns basted with traditional Balinese prawn paste and Javanese sweet soy sauce while the latter boasts the freshest catch of a whole 500g red snapper grilled Jimbaran-Bali style with traditional house-made Balinese shrimp paste and Javanese sweet soy sauce.
The restaurant also serves Gado Gado, a popular Indonesian dish with a peanut sauce.
Get ready to work up in sweat as you are free to spice things up with the 4 different sambals made in-house! With centuries worth of heritage, sambal remains an important culinary aspect in Indonesian cuisine as it compliments every dish, enriching flavour like no other before. The two must-try sambals are the exclusive Sama Samaspecials, Sambal Daun Jeruk - extra spicy shrimp paste sambal with kaffir lime, and Sambal Goreng Terasi - fried sambal with strong taste notes of shrimp paste and sliced red chilli.
JW360° welcomes you. They are a restaurant, retail shop and café store which invites you to experience the REAL JAPAN from 360°!
JW 360° is a Japanese multi-concept food destination. It comprises Restaurant Suju Masayuki, a restaurant offering simple comfort food, JW 360° Café, a coffeehouse serving a seasonal menu of drinks and desserts, and Nomono, a specialty store featuring Japanese food products – some of which are available for the first time in an overseas market.
Lee Wee & Brothers’ brand-new concept called O’TAH, is a casual but modern 12-seater kiosk at Jewel Changi Airport’s food hall. Open 24/7, the concept is a departure from Lee Wee & Brothers’ traditional heritage, and offers an imaginative dining experience characterised by modern interior design, creative plating and packaging as well as innovative dishes.
Brace yourself for an otah revolution with The Coconut Collection, featuring flavours exclusive to Jewel. The chefs have put a new spin on the classic otah, embedding new treasures within minced mackerel that is marinated and mixed with a homemade spice paste. There are four offerings: Pink Salmon Otah, Scallop Otah, Cream Cheese & Corn Otah, and Green Petai & Anchovy Otah. The ingredients are wrapped in a pair of coconut leaves, which impart a tropical fragrance and sweetness, then grilled for a light smoky aroma. Each otah at O’TAH is handmade to ensure consistent quality.
At O’TAH, the traditional otah is also remade into various forms. O’TAH Fries are bound to delight both adults and children alike — hand-cut hunks of mackerel fish otah fries are accompanied with shoestring potato fries. Dip them into the lime and herb mayonnaise for maximum indulgence.
Ben’s Burger is a towering creation showcasing mackerel fish patty, tomato, purple cabbage, caramelised onion and sunny side up, all sandwiched between fluffy charcoal buns.
There is also the Pesto Salmon Nasi Lemak, a new take on Lee Wee & Brothers’ best-selling dish. The mackerel fish otah is paired with pesto salmon on a bed of fragrant coconut rice. Not forgetting the satisfying medley of omelette, potato croquette, anchovies, peanuts, purple cabbage, pickled vegetables and sambal chilli with a real kick!
Founded in 2001, Spanish retailer Oysho offers lingerie, gym wear, beach wear and home wear. A celebration of feminine sophistication, their collections are lovingly designed to marry fashion and grace with comfort and quality.
Shop to your heart’s content within the Oysho Singapore flagship store's warm and open spaces, which reflect Mediterranean aesthetics and contemporary technology.
Oysho's client is a natural, independent and self-confident woman who pays attention to detail, values quality and incorporates the latest trends in her outfits.
Oysho was created in 2001 and is present in 44 markets with over 600 stores worldwide, selling online in over 32 markets via its website www.oysho.com.
Strategically located at Jewel Changi Airport, a world-class retail and dining destination, MUJI Jewel Changi Airport is Singapore’s 1st duplex MUJI store, spanning over 1300 sqm in size.
The store furnishing is specially designed by Super Potato and inspired by “Fusion of local culture and MUJI”, spotting vintage traditional household items like windowsills from old houses.
Beside shopping, customers can also take delight in a cosy 88-seater Café&Meal MUJI with a balcony located at 3F, showcasing the occasional view of the skytrain zipping by.
The opening of MUJI Jewel Changi Airport marks a significant presence of MUJI in Singapore, and acts as a window to showcase MUJI and its concept to the world, while establishing communications with both local and international visitors.
There is an extensive range of over 4,000 merchandise in this MUJI store, including MUJI to Go and MUJI WALKER items. Interior Advisory service, a complimentary service that provides customizable solutions to storage problem or interior coordination issue, is also available.
No more average beauty. Find multi labels and next generation Japanese skincare, beauty and health items at the newly-opened Make Hero store.
Reborn into your dream beauty with hero and and heroine products that save you from your beauty troubles. It is time to reset your expectations of beauty and health and transform into your own hero and heroine, ready to face all of life’s adventures.
Make Hero is a joint-venture between Make-Up Inc in Osaka, Japan and Hirosophy in Tokyo, Japan. Make-Up Inc is one of the largest distributor for innovative and niche health and beauty brands in Japan and Hirosophy is one of the best selling brands in duty free city shops and tourist shopping districts. Hirosophy uses premium ingredients to create their wide range of Skincare products and health supplements with superb anti-aging efficacy. Make-Up Inc target to deliver a range of innovative and high performance health and beauty products from non mainstream brands from all parts of Japan.
Kipling was created in 1987 in Antwerp, the city of fashion. Armed with a strong brand, a powerful image, and an extensive range of fashionable, practical and high-quality bags, Kipling has been busy conquering the world over the last three decades.
Today, Kipling plays a part in the everyday life of nearly 40 million women globally. Trendy, high-quality and affordable, their Kipling bag accompanies them to work and at play - in short, wherever they go.
In March 2019, premium footwear and leather goods brand from Denmark, ECCO, announced that the company hit record sales of US$1.49 billion in 2018, the highest profit in its 55-year history. In the wake of this global milestone, ECCO is excited for the opening of their newest store in Southeast Asia at Jewel Changi Airport.
Strategically located at #01-240 facing the spellbinding, luscious garden scape and waterfall feature, the design concept of the new ECCO Jewel outlet is unique to its other stores in Singapore. Taking inspiration from the brand’s philosophy of ‘natural motion’ as well as the greenery and waterfall environment, the ECCO Jewel store entrance is framed by rich wood with warm parquet floor and highlight window panels to welcome shoppers into the world of ECCO. The brightly-lit store carries a curation of ECCO’s latest collection of shoes and accessories for both women and men displayed immaculately on the sleek minimalistic shelves – true to the brand’s Danish design DNA.
“Since entering the Singapore market more than a decade ago, we have been blessed with tremendous support from our loyal customers who have come to know ECCO for our craftsmanship and premium quality footwear and leather goods. ECCO’s design philosophy is very much inspired by nature and thereby the natural organic features of Jewel is a perfect fit for us. That is why we have chosen this fresh expression of the ECCO brand for this new store to share a new experience with our local customers and Singapore visitors,” added David To, General Manager for ECCO Shoes Singapore and Malaysia.
Shaw Theatres is pulling out all the stops with their latest cinema at Jewel Changi Airport, which boasts a number of new offerings for cinema-goers.
Shaw Theatres Jewel is home to Singapore's first next-generation IMAX hall featuring IMAX with Laser, Singapore's first dedicated family hall (Dreamers), first DTS:X sound capable halls (selected halls) and a new exclusive premium movie-going option (Lumiere).
In total, Shaw Theatres Jewel has 11 screens, comprising of an IMAX theatre, two Lumiere screens, a family-friendly Dreamers screen, and seven regular screens.
Mr. Mark Shaw, Director, Shaw Organisation Group of Companies, said: "We are staying true to our commitment to bring our patrons the best cinema experience. When we open a new cineplex or update an existing location, we aim to deliver class leading levels of comfort and technology. Our latest IMAX theatre at Shaw Theatres Jewel is equipped with IMAX's next-generation laser projection system and immersive sound technology that will deliver the best experience possible. At present, there are less than 15 such theatres around the world!”
Mr. Mark Shaw added: "We also understand that our patrons would like to have more theatre going options, so, our new Dreamers offering builds on our monthly Movies With The Little Ones programme catering to families with young children or just the young at heart; and, our other new concept, Lumiere, will serve those looking for a little more luxury and comfort while enjoying the latest blockbusters with the latest DTS:X sound system.”
Established in 1932, Tiger Beer, Singapore’s definitive local beer, is now enjoyed across the globe. Tiger Street Lab at Jewel Changi Airport is Tiger’s first curated experience for locals and tourists alike, bringing to life ideas that appeal to consumers, such as unique beer flavours and customised merchandise. A seasonal range of beers and merchandise will also be available.
Profits from beer sold at Tiger Street Lab will go towards Tiger Street Food Support Fund, which celebrates Singapore’s heritage-rich street food culture and supports the next generation of hawkers.
A diffusion line of Franco Moschino's iconic Italian design house, Love Moschino at Jewel Changi Airport is a playful and irreverent fashion collection injected with a sense of youthful cool.
Love Moschino has the same qualities as the Moschino brand – creativity, intelligence, and a penchant for irony. The difference? Love Moschino also reflects the qualities of LOVE – empathy, feelings and closeness.
Shop for the latest Love Moschino designer fashion & accessories at the newly-opened boutique at Jewel Changi Airport.
Elevate your style with ease at work and at play with Massimo Dutti. The Spanish label’s collection of workwear and casual clothing is designed for the urban, independent and cosmopolitan man and woman.
Massimo Dutti was founded in 1985 and was acquired by Inditex in 1991. It now has over 790 stores in more than 75 markets.
The brand was originally aimed at men's fashion. Starting in 1995, women's fashion was launched in all its dimensions: from the most urban lines to the more casual. With this, Massimo Dutti has consolidated at all levels as a group with national and international growth, which today has over 10,000 employees.
In 2003, Massimo Dutti launched a children's fashion range under the trade name Massimo Dutti Boys & Girls. This line is being implemented progressively in stores in several markets, where the stores are large enough to house its specific space.
Since September 2006, Massimo Dutti has been fully designing and marketing the following lines:
Women: Women's wear, Accessories, Fragrances
Men: Men's wear, Accessories, Personal Tailoring, Fragrances
Boys & Girls
A&W® Restaurants has officially opened their newest outlet at Jewel Changi Airport. The 80-seater restaurant, located at Basement 2 of the mall, will operate 24/7 for a start to serve the area’s local footfall as well as travellers going through Singapore Changi Airport.
The outlet’s retro interior design boasts attitude, encapsulating evergreen joys that come from simple and delicious moments. Vintage American neon signs, an A&W®Root Beer Hop-lady heritage poster, a life-sized Rooty® – The Great Root Bear, and an authentic A&W® Root Beer barrel chair add to the new restaurant’s ‘hip nostalgia’ ambience.
“In Singapore, A&W® holds a special place in the hearts of many, who now associate visits to A&W® Restaurants with very fond childhood memories,” said Kelvin Tan, Director of Marketing & Communication. “Making our comeback into the Singapore market, we are very excited to be finally offering our well-loved classics again, alongside some newer favourites from around the world to cater to the market’s international footfall, as well as to Singapore’s evolved tastes and preferences.”
"TONITO" is the little brother of TONO Cevicheria, a Peruvian concept by the OLA Kitchen group. “TONITO” serves comfort dishes that are much more than just Peruvian cuisine though – showcasing authentic tastes also from regions like Mexico, Cuba, Argentina and Venezuela.
Their colourful logo is a “Latin American Corn” which is the staple in the whole region. Replacing the kernels, they added hearts to showcase the warm spirit of their people.
Created by Peruvian chef Daniel Chavez, and helmed by a team of local talents nicknamed “The Youngs”, the food at TONITO is reflective of the recipes collected from his travels around Latin America. The menu has a wide selection of Mexican “Tacos and Quesadillas”, Peruvian “Anticuchos”, Latin American sandwiches like Argentinian “Choripanes” and Venezuelan ” Pepitos”.
This April, Fresh Fruits Lab Group (FFL) introduces their third concept outlet, Herit8ge. Conceptualised with the idea of reminiscing the yesteryears while paying homage to local flavours, Herit8ge will bring forth its take on local flavours with a modern twist.
Nestled amongst the lush greenery in Jewel Changi Airport top floor, Herit8ge takes inspiration from the 70s style while incorporating elements of contemporary Singapore. From its interior to kitchenware, the restaurant exudes subtle nostalgic touches while sporting iconic colours of porcelain - white and blue. Furnished with a combination of woven rattan and bent timber pieces, the restaurant evokes a sense of heritage while offering diners a cosy experience.
At Herit8ge, diners will be treated to a diverse assortment of familiar local dishes with a modern touch. The menu will feature dishes that reference humble local classics and reinvented with modern cooking techniques. Soak up the 1970s ambience and reminisce about yesteryears over a plate of their signature Char Siew Pork Ribs or the Bak Chor Mee Salad.
To complement the mains, explore their very own rendition of Singapore desserts. With that, top it off with their sock-brewed arabica coffee inspired by the traditional Singapore brewing method. Otherwise, choose from a wide selection of beverages ranging from beers to their own concoction of local-inspired cocktails.
Sultans of Shave combines inspiration and passion for the art of male grooming. It started with a quest to revive one of the oldest, but less than glamorous, trades in Singapore – the back alley barber.
Barbers of Sultans of Shave are experienced, professional and live by the philosophy of bringing the finest barber cut experience. Sultans of Shave established their stable of products handpicked from numerous brands.
Make an appointment with Sultans of Shave's newest outlet at Jewel Changi Airport to pamper yourself and network in a relaxed setting – specially designed for gentlemen.
Distinguishing itself from its popular sister restaurant chain Swensen’s, Earle Swensen's offers an elevated dining experience where premium seafood and meats shine through charbroil preparation. The restaurant will be unveiling its newest outlet at Jewel Changi Airport on 17 April 2019.
An ideal destination for gatherings with friends and family, Earle Swensen’s at Jewel promises a sumptuous feast that will surely satisfy! An Earle's Swensen’s meal is not complete without the brand’s signature salad buffet bar of crisp mixed greens, a wide variety of seasonal fruits & ingredients and homemade salad dressings.
In celebration of the opening, Earle Swensen’s will be offering an outlet-exclusive menu of dishes featuring two premium cuts of Certified Angus Beef®, the Ribeye and Short Ribs.
Offering only the best Angus beef available, Certified Angus Beef® branded products meet ten quality standards for marbling and maturity, size, and quality appearance and tenderness.The secret to the brand’s outstanding flavour is in its marbling, which ensures consistentflavour and juiciness in every bite.
Presently, Earle Swensen’s at Jewel is the only restaurant in Singapore serving the Certified Angus Beef® brand of Ribeye and Short Ribs on its menu.
The opening celebration continues with Earle Swensen’s NEW “It’s Yesterday Once More”range of four gelato flavours: Cempedak, Yam, Nyonya Kaya and Bandung, available exclusively at the Jewel outlet. Diners can indulge in the familiar flavours of yesteryear with a line-up of sundaes created with this exclusive ice-cream range.
Yun Nans, known in China as YunHaiYao, is set to open a brand-new outlet in Singapore. The largest Yunnan F&B chain in the world, YunHaiYao is choosing Singapore as the place to open its first store in 10 years, and the first out of China. The flagship outlet will be located in the new Jewel Changi Airport.
The restaurant specialises in gao yuan liao li, or highland cuisine. There are seven tropical belts in Yunnan, and the highest measures 6,000 metres above sea level. Free from pollution, the natural terrain teems with wild porcini, wild black truffle, wheat pumpkin (green pumpkin) and edible flowers such as jasmine flowers, rose and chrysanthemum. To create job opportunities, Yun Hai Yao works closely with local farmers in Yunnan to harvest the wild mushrooms and ingredients.
Refresh, relax and rejuvenate at Asia's first YOTELAIR which will be opening their doors next month at Jewel Changi Airport.
Whether you’re staying for a few hours or overnight, YOTELAIR Singapore Changi Airport is just the place for a restful respite. Perfect for the busy international traveller and transit passengers, enjoy flexible check-in and check-out timings with their self check-in kiosks. Inspired by luxury first class aircraft design, their Singapore airport hotel cabins are affordable, comfortable and smartly designed with adaptable spaces, providing all the amenities you need, and nothing you don’t. You can also enjoy their 24/7 signature Club Lounge overlooking Jewel's iconic rain vortex.
The Shangri-La Group is delighted to announce the launch of their first standalone dining establishment – Shang Social – at Jewel Changi Airport this April.
Shang Social marks the group’s first venture into standalone food and beverage (F&B) outlets outside of a hotel setting and pays tribute to three distinctive Chinese cuisines – Cantonese, Huaiyang and Sichuan.
Diners at the 220-seater Shang Social will be brought on a culinary journey conceptualised by three of Shangri-La’s highly acclaimed master chefs. The extensive menu features traditionaland contemporary interpretations of classic Chinese cuisine while staying true to their authentic flavours and roots. Between the formal dining space, the casual MRKT and Bar, Shang Social is specially designed to cater to everyone and for every dining occasion.
The Shang Social menu is carefully curated with inputs from three of Shangri-La’s highlyacclaimed master chefs, each a master in either Cantonese, Huaiyang, or Sichuan cuisine.
Michelin-starred Cantonese Chef Mok Kit Keung, also the executive Chinese chef at Shangri- La Hotel, Singapore, will have two of his signature dishes – Bamboo Noodles with Dark Soya Sauce and Lard, and Deep-fried Whole Boneless Chicken filled with Fried Glutinous Rice –featured in the Cantonese selection.
Chef Joe Hou, a protégé of Huaiyang master Zhou Xiaoyan and recognised as China’sHuaiyang cuisine global ambassador, will bring his personal Huaiyang favourites to the table. Chef Hou is also the area Chinese executive chef of Jiangnan Wok at Shangri-La Hotel, Nanjing.
Chef Rick Du, executive Chinese chef at Summer Palace, Shangri-La Hotel, Shenyang, completes the Shang Social culinary journey with his Sichuan specialties.
Jewel Changi Airport (Jewel) and Shiseido have announced the naming rights partnership of the Shiseido Forest Valley; a wondrous 4-storey indoor ‘forest’ which will allow visitors to experience the Japanese appreciation of nature, beauty and art.
Jewel (scheduled to open on 17 April 2019) will have one of the largest indoor collection of plants in Singapore, with about 22,000sqm of space dedicated to landscaping throughout the complex. The Shiseido Forest Valley will complement Jewel’s wide array of retail and F&B activities, allowing visitors to shop and dine amidst a resplendent indoor forest. Visitors can even take a gentle hike up two cobblestoned walking trails, the East and West Trail, punctuated by idyllic cascading waterfalls and mist clouds.
Made up of more than 900 trees and palms and about 60,000 shrubs, the curation of the indoor forest took concerted effort. Before the installation of the Shiseido Forest Valley, trials were first done in a polytunnel (or hoop greenhouse) to simulate the actual in-Jewel temperature, humidity and light levels. Applying these optimal growth conditions eventually resulted in the dynamic forest experience and selection of plants that visitors will see in Jewel.
The 4-storey incline of the Shiseido Forest Valley also influenced the types of flora selected. For example, the shrubs chosen are shade-tolerant and have adapted to space constraints, just as understorey plants have in real forests. Whether dining at spots overlooking the Shiseido Forest Valley or strolling through the trails, visitors to Jewel can expect an awe-inspiring experience when they walk through this climate-controlled space.
Uniqlo Singapore will open its newest store at Jewel Changi in April. This new store which spans over 2,200 sqm will be the second largest Uniqlo in Singapore.
Uniqlo at Jewel will include a dedicated Uniqlo T-shirt (UT) corner, which will showcase the latest UT designs they carry. Shoppers can look forward to an exclusive early launch of their Marvel x Jason Polan UT collection at this new outlet.
Founded by Robert Rook, a lawyer and self-declared hippie, Emack & Bolio's is a multi-award winning hippie ice-cream chain based in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. We will be able to taste their amazing ice-cream range when they open their new outlet at Jewel Changi Airport in April. View a list of their ice-cream creations here.
A community event space named ST3PS, an indoor garden, more than 10 new shops and restaurants, and weekend evenings filled with fun family activities are what airport visitors can check out when they visit the newly upgraded Terminal 3 Basement 2 (T3 B2) this month.
A popular destination within Changi Airport, T3 B2 is a magnet that attracts more than half of Changi Airport’s meeters and greeters, or about 17 million people, annually. With its plethora of choices for shopping, dining and family activities, this spot has become a favourite with families over the years.
Equipped with an ultra high-definition screen measuring 6 metres wide and 3.5 metres high, the newly revealed dedicated atrium space ST3PS is shaped like a stepped amphitheatre that can accommodate over 200 people. In addition to free daily movie screenings and an array of exciting activities during the school holidays, live sports matches and performances delight visitors every weekend. Aspiring artistes and performing arts groups can also showcase their talents to travellers and airport visitors at this atrium space.
The event space will also feature a full-height green wall, adorned with sparkling lights that shine brightly as visitors walk up the steps. Adjacent to the atrium space is a fun art-themed indoor garden, where visitors can look forward to large-scale sculptural installations in time to come. The entire atrium and garden covers a floor area of 440 square metres, close to the size of a basketball court, and features over 15 varieties of plants.
“We are thrilled to unveil ST3PS, a communal space where we can bring family activities like free movie screenings and live performances to our airport visitors. With the redesign, we have opened up this entire area to bring in natural daylight, add greenery with a new themed garden and brighten up T3 B2,”said Mr James Fong, Vice President for Landside Concessions, Changi Airport Group.
“The new T3 B2 reflects our continuous efforts to create exciting shopping and dining experiences at the public areas of the airport. We know that many fond memories are forged at Changi – families gathering for a meal before sending off loved ones on a flight, spotting planes and enjoying the play facilities – and we want to continue to make the airport a go-to destination for the whole family,” enthused Mr Fong.
Tokyu Hands has announced that they will open their newest branch at the upcoming Jewel Changi Airport. This will be the chain’s fourth branch to open in Singapore.
Tokyu Hands is a Japanese department store and offers their customers hints on enriching their daily life through their wide range of products and various events. .Shoppers at Tokyu Hands can expect to get their hands on a range of items from Japan including high-quality living ware, hobby, lifestyle products and more.
Set to be an iconic Singapore landmark, Jewel is designed by world-renowned architect Moshe Safdie and features a distinctive dome-shaped facade made of glass and steel. It will offer both international visitors and locals world-class play attractions, shopping and dining experiences, accommodation and aviation facilities all in a single location.
The new Burger & Lobster eatery will be located at Canopy Park, Jewel’s topmost floor, where diners will be treated to spectacular views of the verdant landscaping, and the majestic 40- metre high Rain Vortex, set to be the world’s tallest indoor waterfall.
The London-born dining hotspot will feature a core menu that includes its famed prime burger, fresh Atlantic lobster and original lobster roll alongside a delicious drinks programme catering to travellers, trend-seekers and local residents. New dishes using locally sourced ingredients and inspired by local flavours will also be introduced to the menu on a seasonal basis.
Burger & Lobster has appointed award-wining interior design consultancy Rockett to oversee the design and build of the 81-cover luxury eatery at Jewel. The newest Burger & Lobster restaurant will have a luxurious, contemporary design that infuses the unique mix of lush nature with urban energy, to create a dining experience that promises to enthral and delightdiners. The restaurant’s unique design will feature rich reds, bold marble and beautiful handmade crackle-glazed tiles alongside eye-catching fresh lobster tanks, which can be viewed from every seat in the restaurant.
With further eateries planned to launch across the globe, including the United States and Asia, the expansion follows a ‘better than expected’ year-end period of trading globally.
Jewel is on track to open in the first half of 2019.
Michelin recommended Hong Kong brand, Chee Kei, has finally landed in Changi Airport's Terminal 2. Chee Kei is well-known for mastering the fine art of wonton noodles and authentic Cantonese comfort food. It is even better that it is located in the Public Area of the airport and it is open 24-hours daily, all year round.
In 1994, the original Chee Kei shop opened on Russell Street in Causeway Bay, opposite to Times Square. In 2006, the branch relocated to Percival Street. Chee Kei is the lone “wonton noodle shop survivor” in the prime Causeway Bay area among high-end retail stores - a great testament to their quality and popularity. Today, you will find Chee Kei branches in several prime locations. Their restaurants collectively fulfill their mission to connect people through the rich history and mouthwatering taste of Cantonese cuisine.
Chee Kei aims to keep Hong Kong tradition alive by providing an elevated authentic experience of Cantonese food.
With coffee sourced from more than forty different farms internationally, BLACK: Barista Coffee World at Changi Airport Terminal 2 is certainly a shop for all premium coffee aficionados. From Indonesia Kopi Luwak to Jamaican Blue Mountain, the variety is second to none. Not only are whole and ground beans for sale, there is also a fine selection of premium accessories to check out. Be it the siphon, French press, or machinetta, there is something for everyone. So stop by for a lovely souvenir that is bound to impress all discerning coffee lovers.
BLACK: Barista Coffee World is the finest purveyor of gourmet coffee. Their connoisseurs have travelled the globe selecting the highest quality, aromatic beans from the world’s premium coffee producing regions and farms. They have used our expertise in terroir and microclimates to ensure a superior, full bodied flavor profile. Their passion for luxury shows in the final roast, using only the best artisanal coffee roasters to bring you an exceptionally rich coffee experience and selection from all around the world. Click here for the list of specially curated coffee which they carry.
In March 2019, Norwegian fast-casual restaurant chain Pink Fish will be available in Singapore! And not any old location, they’re opening at the brand new development Jewel Changi Airport. The world’s best airport 6 years running. In the midst of the worlds largest indoor waterfalls, a 5-story indoor garden, world class shopping and restaurants you will be able to get your daily fix of Omega3 at Pink Fish.
Pink Fish is a new fast–casual food concept with Norwegian salmon as the star of the show.
Their award-winning chef Geir Skeie had a dream: to bring fresh Norwegian salmon to people all over the world. He imagined a vibrant menu of salmon dishes, packed with delicious international flavours and served to order — fast.
So he shared his dream with two business-savvy friends and the concept was born. A year later they opened their first Pink Fish restaurant in Oslo.
Swiss artisanal chocolate brand, Läderach Chocolatier Suisse is among one of the retail tenants confirmed to open their doors in Jewel Changi Airport next year.
Läderach has stood for top-quality, hand-made Swiss chocolate and confectionery specialities since 1962. They are a family company with around 500 employees that is headquartered in Glarus, Switzerland. They manufacture they own cocoa mass in their chocolate factory, which makes them one of the few premium producers to guarantee sustainable quality from the cocoa bean through to the end product.
The Läderach chocolate family encompasses the brands Läderach Chocolatier Suisse and Läderach Professional. The company has two production sites in Switzerland and one in Germany. Their premium products are sold in their 50 or so proprietary chocolate boutiques with points of sale in Switzerland, Germany and other countries, as well as by specialist retailers and high-level restaurants.
Shake Shack’s first restaurant in Singapore will open in Jewel Changi Airport next year, where diners can look forward to signature menu items including the ShackBurger®, Shack-cago Dog®, classic crinkle-cut fries and frozen custard ice cream.
Shake Shack sprouted from a hot dog cart in Madison Square Park in Manhattan to support the Madison Square Park Conservancy’s first art installation. The cart was quite the success, with Shack fans lined up daily for three summers.
At Shake Shack, they use 100% all-natural Angus beef, vegetarian fed, humanely raised and source verified too. No hormones or antibiotics – EVER. They pride themselves on sourcing incredible ingredients from like-minded artisanal producers.
As Jewel at Changi Airport (Jewel) approaches its opening in 2019, travellers and local residents can look forward to a much-anticipated line-up of retail and F&B offerings. Making their debut in Jewel will be several first-in-Singapore brands such as Shake Shack, Pokémon and Läderach. The first comeback A&W restaurant in Singapore will make its appearance at Jewel. The line-up will also include familiar homegrown brands such as Tiger Beer, Naiise and Supermama, which will be introducing first-of-its-kind concepts for their stores in Jewel.
Jewel will be Singapore’s first multi-dimensional lifestyle destination to integrate Nature, Play and Retail elements on a large scale. Featuring over 280 shops and eateries, of which approximately 60 percent are new-to-Changi brands, and over 30 percent are F&B operators, Jewel’s retail offerings will wrap around the Forest Valley and Rain Vortex, promising visitors a unique retail experience.
Shoppers will be able to traverse seamlessly between nature and retail as they step into the retail corridors from the walking trails of the Forest Valley. Specially-created F&B units with terraces overlooking the Forest Valley will offer a picturesque view, creating an idyllic garden dining experience within an indoor environment.
The distinctive Duplex Boulevard at Jewel will house large-format stores that provide retailers with a canvas to craft immersive brand storytelling universes. Exciting recreational attractions that take pride of place at Canopy Park, located on the topmost level of this landmark, round out the Jewel experience. With this rich theatre of experiences, Jewel is set to be an iconic, repeat-visit getaway for visitors to indulge in a spot of retail therapy, relax in the lush greenery or engage in timeless fun and play with family and friends.
Since its inception in 1887, German brand Braun Büffel has held true to its traditional heritage of excellent craftsmanship, reliablity and functionality — all while evolving into a contemporary symbol of modern elegance and style. Its range of high quality leather goods embodies the unending pursuit of transformation and perfection, with bags and accessories that complement today's busy executive lifestyle.
Today, Braun Büffel prides itself for being synonymous with artisan modern leather goods & accessories for men and women.
From briefcases to wallets, Braun Buffel produces exquisite leather goods that adds sophistication to your outfit.
Their newest outlet will be opening soon in Changi Airport Terminal 2's Transit Area. View the locations of their 6 current boutiques here.
Passengers at Changi Airport Terminal 3’s Transit Hall will be welcomed by the refurbished Central Piazza, featuring the airport’s latest feature garden made up of elegant glass dandelion sculptures – the Crystal Garden.
The Crystal Garden is brought to life by tiered garden beds incorporating a curated selection of flowering plants and 12 spheres of artisan dandelion glass sculptures in varying sizes. Inspired by the flora and fauna of the other gardens in Changi Airport, the glass sculptures glow with luminance, creating the illusion that they are floating on pools of water or swaying in a breeze - these offer passengers a captivating and unforgettable experience amidst a garden of lights.
Prominently nestled in the heart of the Central Piazza behind the Crystal Garden is the brand new Louis Vuitton store. As the luxury brand’s first duplex airport store in the world, it is a travel destination itself with its unique architectural elements.
Specially conceptualised for the Central Piazza, the Crystal Garden is the 7th feature garden at Changi Airport. It comprises 1,735 Bohemian glass components hand blown with different finishes, giving the sculpture richness and texture.
Behind the Louis Vuitton duplex store, the Central Piazza also offers a new open lounge with plush seating and soft lighting, a dedicated working area and individual charging points, all carefully designed to enhance the T3 experience for all travellers.
DFS Group, the world’s leading luxury travel retailer, unveiled its latest retail store at the newly opened Terminal 4, Singapore Changi Airport. Encompassing more than 1,800 square feet, the store introduces two new concepts as well as an impressive collection of over 300 brands.
Redefining the airport retail experience, Terminal 4 is the first at Changi Airport to offer a “walk-through” retail concept, allowing DFS to introduce new features and concepts for a seamless shopping experience. The layout of the new store offers an integrated shopping space covering both liquor and tobacco and cosmetics & perfumes. Travelers are able to purchase their items in a single transaction at common cashier counters, served by team members who are cross-trained on all products in order to enhance the collaborative shopping experience.
The new store sees the introduction of “The Cocktail Bar”, a collaborative bar space where travelers are encouraged to engage in the basics of cocktail making and “The Craft Collection”, showcasing a selection of craft and small-batch beers and spirits from around the world that are curated for traveling customers looking for something unique and artisanal. Terminal 4 also sees the return of “The Whiskey House”, following its success at DFS’ Terminal 2 Duplex.
An innovative and seamless travel experience, in addition to a spectacular and spacious lounge, is what Cathay Pacific customers can look forward to when using the brand new Changi Airport Terminal 4.
The opening of Terminal 4 in end-October also unveiled a dedicated Cathay Pacific Lounge, one of the airline’s largest lounges outside Hong Kong, with seating for more than 200 customers.
Terminal 4 takes innovation to the next level by offering Cathay Pacific customers an integrated suite of self-service options, reducing queueing time and speeding up the process right through to boarding.
Passengers will be able to check-in, drop off their bag, clear immigration and board using fully automated systems, thereby ensuring a seamless, stress-free passage and allowing them greater control over how they spend their time at the terminal.
Similar in style to Cathay Pacific’s award-winning lounges at The Pier in Hong Kong, the new Cathay Pacific Lounge at Terminal 4 provides a “living room” environment of understated luxury in which eligible passengers can relax, eat and work before their flight.
Designer furniture and lighting has been carefully selected for practicality, comfort and privacy, while the use of natural materials, plenty of greenery and artworks by local artists add to the lounge’s welcoming atmosphere.
There is also a strong focus on food and beverage services, with the dining area featuring Cathay Pacific’s iconic Noodle Bar, offering a selection of freshly prepared Asian dishes including its signature Dan Dan Noodles and local favourite, Singapore Laksa.
Japan Gourmet Hall SORA is the largest restaurant across the four terminals at Changi Airport and houses six popular Japanese brands all under one roof.
The 7760sqft (720sqm) space seats about 300 diners.
Two out of the six brands at SORA are making its debut in Singapore. They are Tsuruhashi Fugetsu, a chain from Osaka specialising in "okonomiyaki" (Japanese savoury pancakes). And the other is Japoli Kitchen which offers Japanese-Italian fusion dishes.
For the first time at Changi Airport, The Shilla Duty Free store at new Terminal 4 will feature a seamless walkthrough duty-free shopping experience for travellers. Once they have passed the centralised area for departure immigration, travellers will be greeted with their favourite brands of cosmetics and fragrances as well as wines and spirits, which they would be able to purchase in a single transaction in the integrated duty-free zone operated by Changi Airport’s two core duty-free categories – Cosmetics and Perfumes and Liquor and Tobacco.
In line with its dedication to expand the travel retail assortment for travellers, The Shilla Duty Free brings in new brands not currently offered at other terminals, such as Hera, Diptyque, Alexander McQueen, Bentley and Bath & Body Works.
TWG Tea introduces a treasure-trove of exotic teas and accessories at Singapore Changi Airport with their airport specialty stores, to bring the thrill of discovery to your teacup.
Located in the duty-free zone, the latest TWG boutique at Terminal 4 provides the perfect solution for those in search of sophisticated gifts.
TWG Tea is the finest luxury tea brand in the world. Specializing in whole-leaf teas from source estates, TWG Tea offers the largest tea list in the world, over 800 different single-estate harvests and exclusive blends from every tea producing country.
Enjoy the entire TWG Tea loose tea collection with varieties from every tea-producing country. Brightly coloured packed tins and tea accessories accompany rows of tea-infused macarons and chocolate bonbons, both available in a choice of luxurious gift boxes too.
A key element in enhancing "Sense of Place' at the new Changi Airport Terminal 4 is a first ever collaboration between Changi Airport Group (CAG) and National Heritage Board to create a Peranakan Gallery. It offers travellers the chance to learn about traditional Peranakan culture, with exhibits including a beautifully embroidered Sarong Kebaya, an antique wooden wedding bed and Peranakan porcelain ‘nyonyaware’.
The Peranakan Gallery opens to the public 24-7 and is free for all passengers who have cleared departure immigration.
Located in the Departure Transit area, the Peranakan Gallery is part of T4’s Heritage Zone.
Visitors will be greeted by a doll house model display of Peranakan shophouse architecture.
Historical portraits of pioneers many decades ago lined the walls of the 150sq m gallery.