New 24-Hour Hello Kitty Cafe Lands At The Changi Airport In Singapore

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By Cooking Panda

Alright, Hello Kitty fans. If you’ve been saving up for a vacation, we have just the spot for you.

The first ever Hello Kitty cafe has just landed (get it?) at the Changi Airport in Singapore — and what’s more, it is open all the time.

As of 10:30 a.m. on May 12, a crowd of more than 100 people were lined up in anticipation of the cafe’s 11:30 a.m. opening, Channel News Asia reports.

The 24-hour cafe, which is named the Hello Kitty Orchid Garden, is located in the public area of Terminal 3’s Arrival Hall.

The cafe sits 84 people, and has a take-out counter as well as a retail corner which sells Hello Kitty merchandise. The cafe’s theme, according to Metro, is Orchid Garden.

Fans who visit the cafe will dine in a garden-themed space, filled with various plants and statues of Hello Kitty holding bouquets of flowers.

As predicted, many of the food options will come in the shape of the famous Kitty herself, or else come emblazoned with a picture of her likeness.

For instance, according to Malay Mail, The Let’s Do The Salsa (~$12) is “a piquant shredded chicken sandwich with focaccia bread shaped like — you guessed it — Hello Kitty.”

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Sources: Metro, Channel News Asia, Malay Mail / Photo credit: Joyce Fang/StraitsTimes

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