SINGAPORE, 10 August 2011 - Singapore Changi Airport has analysed sales information from its four terminals, finding that travellers' most preferred gift is chocolate. In 2010, 4.5 million boxes were sold - that's more than one box per resident in Singapore! Most purchases were made by Americans, followed by Indians, Japanese and Indonesians. Traditional Asian gifts, such as Tiger Balm, Nonya dumplings and Kueh Lapis cakes also proved popular.
AUGUST FABULOUS FRIDAYS DEALS - TRADITIONAL DELICACIES
Great news for travellers who purchase traditional items as gifts - in August, Fabulous Fridays sees several local delicacies available for just $3, in another Singapore shopping exclusive. This includes an astonishing 93% discount on Eu Yan Sang Bottled Bird's Nest with Rock Sugar (available on Friday 12 August).
The weekly deals were kicked-off on Friday 5 August, with a 91% reduction on Begawan Solo Cookie sets. Other offers include 90% off both 600g Bee Cheng Hiang Mini EZ Packs and Begawan Solo Mooncakes.
To enjoy these exclusive deals, shoppers just need to make a minimum purchase of S$30 using their Visa cards or S$60 by other means. Travellers can purchase the products at the central Perfumes & Cosmetics store in the Departure/Transit Lounge at each terminal. Non-travellers can grab the great buys at an event booth set up in the public area of Terminal 3 Basement 2.
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