Final Food Stop for Foodies at Changi Airport

Final Food Stop for Foodies at Changi Airport

Singapore is a food haven with a variety of local delights to enjoy. If you didn't have time to try them all during your holiday, there’s now one last stop at the Singapore Food Street at Changi Airport. Don’t miss this last food stop!

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Travellers who did not have the chance to try the best of Singapore’s food delights have one last chance! Changi Airport will have a final pit stop for foodies at the Singapore Food Street in Terminal 3.

Singapore is a city known for our food – famous dishes you may have heard of include Chicken Rice, Nasi Lemak and the Chilli Crab. Singaporeans are obsessed with eating. They are willing to travel the distance and queue for hours for a good meal. Hawker centres, coffee shops and eateries are an integral part of Singaporeans daily lives. You have not experienced Singapore until you have tried the local delights!

If you need to have one last bite of our local dishes before you go, you have one more chance at the Singapore Food Street! The 1,000 sq metres Food Street will offer more than 200 dishes by popular local hawkers. A Peranakan-style décor and vintage pushcarts will be part of the décor to give travellers a uniquely Singapore experience.

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You can expect the best local delights at these 13 hawker stalls:

Bugis Street Hainanese Chicken Rice
Tiong Bahru Meng Kee Roast Duck
Sin Ming Road Rong Cheng Bak Kut The
Jalan Tua Kong Minced Pork Noodle
Old Airport Road Fried Kway Teow & Carrot Cake
East Coast Lagoon Fried Rice Noodle
East Coast Lagoon BBQ Seafood
Odean Beef Noodles
Changi Village Nasi Lemak
Thai Corner
Kampong Cafe
Singapore Food Street Beverage Stall
Newton Circus Satay / Satay Bee Hoon

With over 200 dishes to try, you might want to check in even earlier! Don’t get too caught up and miss your flight!

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