It’s no secret that Singapore has established itself as one of the world’s busiest global hubs for business, leisure, and other emerging sectors such as fintech and ecotourism, among others.
And in line with this achievement, travel facilities are constantly being improved in the Republic, as the government expects to draw in more guests and visitors from other countries given the expertise and services Singapore has to offer.
Changi T3 Basement Offers New Facilities After Upgrade Work
Guests at the Changi Airport Terminal 3 (T3) can now catch live football matches on a big screen as well as enjoy live performances at the terminal’s upgraded basement 2, which now has a refreshing indoor garden, as shared in a report by the Straits Times.
By June, visitors can also enjoy shopping at Japanese discount retail chain Don Don Donki, which will open a 30-sqm. outlet at the Departure Hall.
The refurbished basement will have a new atrium space known as ST3PS as well as an indoor garden, which both covers a floor area of 440 sqm, close to the size of a basketball court.
The completion of the upgrade work comes ahead of the opening of the Jewel Changi Airport, which boasts over 280 shops as well as food and beverage outlets, on April 17.
Other than the upgraded facilities in the basement of the airport, there will be a wide selection of dining options at the airport-themed food court Terminal M by the Ministry of Food (MOF) group, which will offer Korean, Chinese, and Japanese cuisine; Japanese two-in-one concept Ramen Champion and Hokkaido Paradise; Thai cuisine and dessert Saap Saap Thai and Saap Saap Thai Desserts, as well as local coffee joint Mr Teh Tarik Express, and many more.
The upgraded facilities on top of the many retail and dining options available to visitors make the Changi airport not only a place for travel, but also for family bonding and unique experiences.