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Changi Airport Has New Restos & Free World Cup Screenings For You To Siuuu Your Team To Victory

New restaurants & activities at Changi Airport


Every other Instagram Story these days shows a passport with an air ticket slotted in between and for many of us, FOMO sets in pretty quickly. The next best thing if you don’t have a grand trip planned for the year end just yet? A trip to Changi Airport.

Terminals 2 and 3 now have spanking new dining and entertainment addition, so you can soak in travel vibes without the need for an air ticket. Here’s what you can do at the airport if you feel like soaking in travel vibes:


Pose at a Monet-themed art installation


Image credit: Changi Airport Group

If you’re into art, we’re sure you’ve heard of Claude Monet. He was a French painter who used bright colours to paint his outlook of the world – and you’d probably recognise some of his works, which include Impression, Sunrise and The Water Lily Pond.

Image credit: Changi Airport Group 

Today, his work has been brought to life at Terminal 2 and takes visitors through the 4 seasons. Think photo-worthy setups of summery florals and bright orange autumn leaves for A+ themed photos. You might still be in Singapore, but that doesn’t stop you from posing for a picture against the coasts of Cote d’Azur or faraway French villages. 


New affordable dining options


When we think of Changi Airport and Jewel Changi, plenty of luxury duning options might come to mind. Thankfully, there’s a variety of food options that won’t burn a hole in your wallet, whether it’s sushi or local favourites like chicken curry laksa and signature meatball noodles.

A new joint that just landed in Changi Airport is Sushi Deli, known for its affordable takeaway sushi in heartlands all around Singapore. If you’d rather have your sushi tapao-style instead of from the conveyor belt, they have items such as their Hagi Platter includes unagi, kani sticks, and tamago for just $10.50.

Image credit: Changi Airport Group

Any Singaporean who has been abroad for an extended period of time will inevitably start craving for comforting local food. For those who have just touched down from faraware regions like Europe, check out Papparich, which specialises in dishes familiar to us all, including Chicken Curry Laksa ($14.87), Curry Fish Head ($40.55), and even Chicken Satay ($12.73) or Beef Satay ($13.80)

Image credit: Changi Airport Group

If you’re craving a bowl of soup noodles on cold rainy days, head down to GO Noodle House to get your noodly fix.

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Food items served here are soup noodles such as Signature Meatball Noodles ($14.80), Spicy Double Bursting Fish Balls Noodles ($19.50), and Premium Beef Slice Noodles ($14.80).

Sushi Deli
Address: Terminal 3, #B2-24A, Singapore 819663
Opening hours: 8am-8pm, Daily

Papparich
Address: Terminal 2, #03-24/25, Singapore 819643
Opening hours: 7am-7pm, Daily

GO Noodle House
Address: Terminal 2, #03-24/25, Viewing Mall South, Singapore 819643
Opening hours: Sun-Thu 11am-9.30pm | Fri-Sat 11am-10pm


Free movie & soccer screenings at Terminal 3



Image credit: Changi Airport Group

Now, what is soccer without the community and the fans that watch them? If you feel that watching soccer on your own is getting old, head down to ST3PS at Terminal 3 Basement 2 to watch the upcoming World Cup. During this monumental season, ST3PS is staying open past operating hours so you can bond with your fellow football kakis.

Address: Terminal 3 Basement 2, Singapore 819663
Operating hours: 10am-10pm, Daily 


New things to do at Changi Airport


Is this an airport with an attached shopping mall or a shopping mall with an attached airport? To be honest, right now it’s looking like a bit of both. With a plethora of dining and entertainment options found here, you Easties are lucky to have this jewel on your side of the country.

Find out more about Changi Airport

 

Address: Airport Boulevard, Singapore
Contact: 6595 6868 | Changi Airport website

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Cover image adapted from: Changi Airport Group

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