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Singapore’s Jewel Changi Airport to open on April 17

Enhancing Jewel’s unique mix of lush nature and urban energy is an extensive collection of retail and F&B outlets, promising visitors a unique shopping and dining experience like no other. The exclusive Duplex Boulevard at Jewel will house large-format stores that provide retailers with a canvas to craft immersive brand storytelling universes. Debuting for the first time in Singapore are popular international brands such as Shake Shack, Burger & Lobster, Pokémon, and Läderach, among many others. Singapore brands such as Tiger Beer, Naiise and Supermama too will be introducing first-of-its-kind concept stores at Jewel, sharing a slice of Singapore culture and design with international travellers. Shoppers can also look forward to the following anchor stores: the largest Nike store in Southeast Asia and India, Marks & Spencer, MUJI, ZARA and UNIQLO. Jewel houses a total of 280 retail outlets and dining establishments, situated around the Rain Vortex and Forest Valley. Apart from shopping and dining experiences, exciting adventures await travellers at the top-most level of Jewel. Canopy Park, a 14,000sqm lifestyle attraction will open in mid-2019. It promises a plethora of fun activities for visitors with attractions such as Sky Nets, Canopy Mazes, Discovery Slides, Foggy Bowls, Topiary Walk, and Petal Garden. Visitors will also have an excellent vantage point from here, where they would be able to take in Jewel, in all its glory. Ivan Tan, group senior vice president, corporate & marketing communications Changi Airport Group said, “We are excited to soon unveil Jewel to the world. As an iconic and world-class destination packed with unique brands and experiences, Jewel will add a new dimension to the overall Changi Experience for travellers, and enhance Changi’s appeal as a choice transit hub. We look forward to welcoming more travellers to Singapore, to a medley of experiences integrating nature, play and retail.” Indian travellers planning for a weekend getaway to Singapore will now find it more convenient. With the enhanced 96-hour Visa Free Transit Facility (VFTF) which came into effect from December 4, 2018, eligible Indian nationals transiting through Singapore can now enjoy short stays in the country without the need to apply for a visa.]]>

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