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Changi Airport Group (CAG) has obtained the Temporary Occupancy Permit for T4 this month, marking the completion of the construction phase, it said in a release on Friday. "For the next phase, we look forward to working with the airport community to prepare the terminal for opening in the second half of 2017," said CAG's executive vice-president for air hub development Yam Kum Weng.
In addition to the two-storey passenger terminal building, two multi-storey car parks providing 1,700 spaces were also developed.
According to , embassy officials were actually waiting at Terminal 3 of Changi Airport to distribute the free 50-page pamphlet to travelers from China.
Interspersed with panda cartoons, the comprehensive guidebook pointed out stuff like how tourists should not cut the line at shop counters or toilets, and that lugging durians on public transport was “unofficially prohibited”, among other things.
Peranakan Love Story, a six-minute performance about (yes, you’ve guessed it) two Peranakans finding love, will be screened on a 10-metre LED screen that will span two out of six Peranakan-styled shophouses: We were given a short preview of the clip, and yes, the story is as predictable and sappy as it sounds.
Instead of having bag checks at the boarding gates, passengers at T4 will have to go through a central departure screening area.
Tourists from China have gained a notorious reputation for behaving terribly in foreign countries over the last few years.
Their infamous antics aside, Chinese travelers actually contribute massively to the world’s tourism industry — including that of Singapore’s..
To combat the bad rep of its citizens, the Chinese government has been making an effort to improve the image of Chinese tourists, issuing a 64-page Guide to Civilised Tourism and Travel back in 2013 and adding the names of the badly behaved ones to a blacklist.
Since Singapore’s a pretty attractive holiday destination for truckloads of Chinese tourists, the Chinese Embassy in Singapore also launched on Friday a new booklet containing the dos and dont’s for visitors in the Little Red Dot.