Good news for Malaysian flyers visiting Singapore, Japanese airlines ANA is set to open a food court at Changi Airport's Terminal 2 later this November.
Called Japan Gourmet Hall Sora, the place will feature a collection of popular Japanese food brands, with fresh seafood rice bowls and savoury okonomiyaki pancakes reported to make the cut.
The moves comes as more Asian travellers visit Japan for tourism and return with an interest for nation's foods. It is also a means to further promote the already popular Japanese cuisine to international travellers, given Singapore's reputation as a South East Asian hub.
According to the report by Channel News Asia, the move from ANA is a joint venture with Singaporean company Kormas Group.
The Japanese airlines company will invest S$ 2.5 million (RM 7.86 million) into the project and the food court is set to be the largest restaurant space within Changi Airport.
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