Chinese New Year (CNY) celebrations have landed at Changi Airport, bringing festive cheer to passengers and visitors with an abundance of retail and dining offers. Whether it‟s enjoying a scrumptious reunion dinner at one of Changi Airport‟s many restaurants, or shopping for CNY goodies, Changi Airport CNY Celebrations is the paw-fect destination to usher in the festivities. We are here to share what’s in store for you and your loved ones this festive season!
From now until 2 March, you get to collect adorable Limited edition Sanrio-themed Red Packets. Simply spend a minimum of S$60 (S$80 for supermarket purchases) in a maximum two same-day receipts in Changi Airport to redeem one set. They are available in a set of 8 and feature Hello Kitty and her friends such as My Melody, Little Twin Stars and Gudetama. Changi Rewards members get an additional pack if they pay by Mastercard.
In true festive spirit, Changi Airport will be beautifully decorated with plenty of prime photo spots at 14 main festival gardens across the four terminals. You can take a photo with the airport‟s very own lovable larger-than-life dog topiaries! Meet dog family, Lucky, Joy and Happy (located in Terminal 2, Departure Hall)
and the Healthy Puppy, Pinky, made of pink carnations (located in Terminal 3 Departure Hall and Terminal 1, Transit Central Piazza).
Special trees featured along with the topiaries include 5 metres-tall Poodle Cut Gold Coin Fortune Trees, surrounded by Poodle Cut Bonsai Trees and Lollipop Bonsai Trees, as well as a lush display of flora and fauna comprising orange trees, pussy willows, cherry blossoms and other seasonal flowers. Escape the city crowd and enjoy reunion dinner in Changi Airport (From now to 2 March)
Give your reunion dinner a new twist and dine at the Hello Kitty Orchid Garden Café (Terminal 3). Check out its delectable CNY special menu, featuring juicy baked Boston lobster with melted cheese, kawaii desserts inspired by Baked Alaska and topped with generous amounts of vanilla ice-cream and strawberries.
Savour Yusheng with a Japanese twist at Japan Gourmet Hall SORA – featuring special homemade yuzu sauce over premium grade sashimi imported directly from Japan.
Family favourites, such as London Fat Duck, Dian Xiao Er, Paradise Dynasty, Peach Garden and Soup Restaurant Heritage are serving up a delectable selection of special promotions and mouth-watering reunion dinner set menus – perfect for family feasting!
You can shop to your heart’s desires at Changi Airport’s CNY bazaar, as well as pop-up stores from NTUC and ETOZ, at Terminal 3 Basement 2 till 14 February for your one-stop festive shopping.
Passengers who want to take a little piece of Singapore with them before they depart should look out for pushcarts featuring homegrown brands such as House of Seafood and Old Village Pu Er Tea at the Terminal 2 transit area from now to 24 February. Each pushcart offers yummy and unique local goodies, from homemade artisanal snacks and CNY delicacies to microwaveable chilli crab and traditional Chinese tea.
You will be thrilled to know that more than 75% of shops at Changi Airport are open throughout the CNY period. TWG Tea welcomes the Year of the Dog with the invigorating Breakfast Bulldog Tea, the first TWG Tea Haute Couture Tea Collection® of the year! Exclusive TWG Tea red packets will also be given away with any purchase of the Breakfast Bulldog Tea and any second tea from the Haute Couture Tea Collection.
Other exclusive-to-Changi Airport offers include a Chinese New Year pouch by The Shilla Duty-Free with every S$350 spent, vouchers giveaway by DFS and a myriad of promotions at Discover and WHSmith.
Don‟t miss the sure-win Spin the Wheel which will be roving throughout the transit areas of all four terminals from 10 February to 17 March. Flash your boarding pass and answer a simple question related to CNY to win a whole host of prizes. Instant wins like pineapple tarts, MAX the Changi plane keychains, and vouchers are up for grabs.
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