Changi Terminal 4

Changi Airport Terminal 4

15 May 2017

The world’s best airport is set to get bigger and better. Singapore’s Changi Airport is putting the final touches on the highly anticipated Terminal 4 which is expected to open in late June following 3 years of construction.

Changi Airport Terminal 4 Arrivals

Changi terminal 4 Arrivals hall features high windows and abundant natural light. Photo: Changi Airport Group

The terminal will include 80 outlets, over 16,000 square meters, and will include shopping, dining, a heritage theme experiential zone and an integrated duty-free zone.

After passing through immigration and security screening, passengers will enter the combined duty Free zone and then continue on an 11 metre high shopfront including popular retail brands:

  • Charles & Keith
  • Coach & Furla
  • Gassan Watches
  • Michael Kors
  • The Cocoa Trees
  • TWG Tea Boutique
Retail zone inside Changi Terminal 4 Departures Transit Lounge

Retail zone inside Changi Terminal 4 Departures Transit Lounge. Photo: Changi Airport Group

Following this is the heritage zone, inspired by the colourful streets of Singapore’s Peranakan shopfronts which will house traditional brands such as:

  • Bee Cheng Hiang
  • Bengawan Solo
  • Curry Times
  • Eu Yan Sang
  • Heavenly Wang
Changi Airport Terminal 4 Peranakan inspired shopfronts

Shopfronts inspired by Singapore’s colourful Peranakan houses. Photo: Changi Airport Group

Over a quarter of the outlets in terminal 4 will be completely new to Changi Airport including Singaporean footwear label PAZZION, paper maker Moleskin, and British retailer WHSmith which will be opening their first Singapore bookstore.

Dining options will be available both in the transit area for passengers and in the public area for passengers and visitors.

In the Transit area you will find the Tiger’s Den serving bar food and light snacks as well as Treasures by Imperial Treasures offering a wide range of dim sum options.

11 Food and Beverage outlets will be available in the public area including Andes at Astons,
London Fat Duck, Old Street Bak Kut Teh, and Sushi Goshin by Akashi

A colonial themed food court will serve a wide range of local favourites including traditional chicken rice, scissor-cut curry rice, and hakka style yong Tau Foo.

Changi Airport is the world’s sixth busiest airport, with 7,000 flights every week (approx 1 every 90 seconds).

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