Crazy Prices In Singapore

KOH Chin Liang, founder of Bottles & Bottles is an industry leader in Singapore.

Ring in 2020 at Terminal 3 Singapore Changi Airport, with what we believe are the Best Champagne Prices in the World!

What’s more, you can BYO Food. Or order from several eateries around the shop. Including from Jewel (the shopping and restaurant hub) because, we understand, some of them deliver.

The shop is located before passengers check in.

8 by Bottles & Bottles
Changi Airport Terminal 3
Tel: 6288 8128
Monday to Sunday 10 am to 11 pm

Singapore home-grown Bottles & Bottles was founded by industry veteran KOH Chin Liang in 2004.

The chain has 9 shops in some of the best locations in Singapore. See

There’s already one in Jewel but the new one in T3 is arguably the best.

Apart from being a retail outlet – very attractive prices – it can also accommodate 25 people around a long table.

(Click photos to see prices)

You can pick up any bottle of champagne, sparkling, white, rosé, red, sweetie, sherry, port, sake, bourbon, whisky and cognac and drink there for the same price.

You don’t have to drive either as the airport is linked to the MTR underground and also has buses and taxis.

The selection includes French, Spanish, German,  Portuguese, Australia, New Zealand, California, Chile and Chinese.

If you are flying into or out of Singapore – or simply want to drink a specific bottle from their selection – you can check out what they have on their website and ask for the wine/s to be sent to their T3 outlet. Do so 1 to 2 days in advance. That said, 8 by Bottles & Bottles informs that the range at the airport shop is more extensive than what is on their website.

Only US$43 to Drink

The T3 outlet can even pack bottles so that you can slip them into your luggage before you check-in for your flight. Or if arriving to Singapore, pick them up after emerging from immigration and take it home or to your hotel.

While they are packing the wines, why not open a bottle of Champagne Deutz Brut Classic for S$58 or US$43.

Welcome to Singapore.

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