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Changi International Airport broadens retail

Changi International Airport has broadened its range of retailers and restaurants, including new brands.

In the transit areas, I Love Taimei has opened its first shop in Terminal 1, offering Taiwanese snacks and drinks, while luxury retailer Ted Baker has opened its first Changi outlet in Terminal 2 (T2) offering apparel, footwear and accessories.

At the transit areas in terminal 3, Harry’s Bar & Dining has opened its second Changi outlet with Western and Asian food options, while Tip Top, which offers traditional curry puffs, and doughnut brand Krispy Kreme have both opened second outlets.

Also in T3, Maison Christian Dior has launched its first Asia-Pacific boutique, offering fragrances and soaps, while British retailer WH Smith has added two outlets, taking its presence to 10 stores.

In the public areas, self-service mini-karaoke/kiosk concept M-Bar has launched four booths in T3’s basement 2. Next to it, Boarding Gate has opened its first Changi Airport store, carrying travel goods.

In T2, American Tourister has opened at the departure check-in hall with its luggage options.

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