Changi airport dating
A total of 500,000 tickets are up for grabs for visits between April 11-16.Visitors must register online and can register up to four participants.“However, we were unsure if our Paktor female users would be interested in such a user profile so we decided to ‘test water’ with a Facebook post to gauge reactions.If response is good, we’ll reach out to him and invite him to get on board Paktor with a sponsored user account,” he said.Previously, when it heard that Malaysian social influencer Min Chen was seeking a date for Valentines Day, it had also reached out to her.According to Darryl Liew, regional brand marketing VP at Paktor, being a homegrown company, the dating platform said it wanted to feature a local face as it feels featuring a fellow Singaporean is more apt as compared to featuring non-local models on advertisements.
Meanwhile, Jewel Changi is holding an open house for Singapore residents ahead of its official opening.
Since Lee went viral, Changi Airport published a photo album titled “Faces of Changi” which featured Lee alongside other staff members of Changi Airport.
The post on Lee alone garnered almost 30,000 Facebook reactions, 9,221 shares and 4,700 comments.
Linked to three of its passenger terminals, the centrepiece is the world's tallest indoor waterfall, named the Rain Vortex, which is surrounded by a terraced forest setting.
It was first mentioned by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in his National Day Rally speech in 2013 as part of Changi Airport's long-term plans to double its capacity by the mid-2020s and “create more opportunities for Singapore and Singaporeans”.