Changi invites bids for six retail units in T3 and awards Sunglass Hut in T2

By Charlotte Turner |


Changi is looking for mid-priced brands and concepts – much like Zara – in T3.

 In a Direct Marketing exercise, Changi Airport Group is inviting ‘established retailers’ to submit bids for six specialty retail units within Terminal 3.


News of the new tender coincides with the award for a single-concession specialty retail tender in Terminal 2. This was won by Sunglass Hut (Ray-Ban). The DM exercise opened on 15 July and the contract will run from 7 November this year until 6 November 2022.


The newly issued Specialty/Brand Name Shop tender covers six retail units to be situated in the Departure/Transit Lounge North and South, on Level 2 of Terminal 3.


“We are looking for exciting and unique mid-price specialty brands and concepts that will inject buzz to and differentiate the retail offering at Terminal 3 of Singapore Changi Airport,” says CAG.



“All product categories may be considered, except for liquor & tobacco, perfumes & cosmetics.”


The size of each unit ranges from 26sq m to 94sq m. The tenancy period for four of the units (A,B,C and F) will begin on 9 July 2020 and culminate on 8 July 2023. The tenancy period of concession D beings slightly earlier in May 2020 and finished exactly three years later also. The tenancy period for concession E will being in March 2020 and end in the same month of 2023.


Alicia Wong, Senior Associate, Airside Planning, & Leasing should be contacted for more information: Contact No: 6541 2128 E-mail: [email protected].


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