New F&B options, World Cup screenings: What to look out for at Changi Airport T1, T3

There will also be a Monet-themed art installation celebrating some of the artist’s most representative landscape works.

Liam Willett

Aspiring cat dad.

Published: 7 November 2022, 4:18 PM

Against the backdrop of increasing passenger traffic, all shops at Changi Airport’s public areas at Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 are now open, with more brands set to open in Terminal 2 and 4 towards the year-end travel peak.

Visitors and travellers can expect a greater number of food and beverage (F&B) outlets, as Changi Airport has awarded eight new-to-Changi concessions since September.

New F&B outlets that have recently come onboard in Terminal 3 include Sushi Deli, Superfood Kitchen, Nam Nam and Noyah La Maison & Zero Degree.

At Terminal 4, a variety of F&B outlets reopened on Sep 13, with new entrants like Aji Ichi slated to open in January next year.

New to Terminal 2 is PappaRich, a Halal-certified restaurant serving Malaysian staples, and GO Noodle House, a casual eatery known for fish-bone broth and mi xian noodles. Levure Naturelle, known for freshly baked bread and waffles, has also started operations in Terminal 2 at the southern wing of the departure hall.


PapaRich will serve a variety of Malaysian staples including nasi lemak, Kuala Lumpur Hokkien Mee, Penang Char Kway Teow, and its own Hainan Bread made from a 70-year-old recipe. PHOTO CREDIT: CHANGI AIRPORT GROUP


Brands restarting operations in T2 include Starbucks, Heavenly Wang and Chutney Mary.

After picking up snacks and beverages from the nearby eateries, football fans can catch football tournaments at ST3PS, located at Terminal 3 basement two, where live matches will be screened.

These include the FIFA World Cup opening match of Qatar vs Ecuador, held at 12am on Nov 21, followed by England vs Iran at 9am on Nov 21 and Senegal vs Netherlands at 12am on Nov 22. 


Usually showing free movies, ST3PS will screen live matches during the FIFA World Cup. PHOTO CREDIT: CHANGI AIRPORT GROUP


Art enthusiasts can visit a Monet-themed art installation, Monet – A Journey through Seasons at Changi at Terminal 2. 

A joint collaboration between Changi Airport Group and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the walkthrough space celebrates some of Monet’s most representative landscape works that he painted of his native France from the 1870s to the 1900s.

Visitors can traverse through the frosty village of Vétheuil, north of Paris (Winter), the sun-drenched capes and coasts in the Côte d’Azur region (Spring), the poppy fields and lily ponds in Giverny (Summer), as well as the rocky cliffs of Petites Dalles on the English Channel coast (Autumn).


Pose for a photo in front of Monet’s ‘Cap Martin, near Menton’ amid sloping terrain overlooking the sea. PHOTO CREDIT: CHANGI AIRPORT GROUP


This year’s Christmas season also sees the return of the Changi Festive Village from Nov 4 with The Underground Carnival featuring over 30 indoor rides, game booths and photo opportunities, and glamping at Jewel.

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