SINGAPORE - Suffering from food cravings or hunger pangs before you fly off? Fret not, as Changi Airport has a wide selection of dining establishments spread across its three terminals - at both public and transit areas - to suit all tastebuds.
From tea-time snacks to a five-course dinner, passengers can expect to satisfy their tummies just before or after their flights.
- There are more than 120 food and beverage outlets across the three terminals.
Restaurants roll out festive specials as well, including seasonal menus for Valentine's Day, Christmas and, of course, reunion dinner for Chinese New Year, making Changi Airport a surprise choice for special occasions.
Not every outlet is located within the transit area. About 60 of these food and beverage outlets are accessible to the public.
- Catching a red-eye flight or simply craving for supper? The airport has outlets that are open round-the-clock - Heavenly Wang, Ruyi, Swensen's, Quiznos, Dunkin Donuts, Gong Cha, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and Starbucks.
- Be rewarded for eating. With the free Changi Rewards loyalty programme, diners receive rebates for every dollar spent. Go to changirewards.com for more information and to sign up.
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