Decathlon Opens New Pop-Up Store In Changi Airport Transit Area.

Decathlon Singapore is shaking things up with a splashy, sporty new venture that promises to delight jet-setting fitness enthusiasts.


Open from now until 1 September 2024, this pop-up is a must-visit for anyone looking for last-minute travel essentials.

Decathlon is also rolling out its new branding in Singapore; the new “The Orbit” symbol represents the brand’s dedication to circularity and its drive to reach new heights. Accompanying this symbol is a vibrant shade of blue, breathing new life into their branding.

The pop-up is cleverly divided into three zones: Water, Nature, and Urban, each packed with products tailored for the active traveller.

In the Water zone, you’ll find the Easybreath Surface Mask – the world’s first full-face snorkelling mask. Perfect for anyone looking to dive into underwater adventures.

Over in the Nature zone, you’ll spot travel trekking pouches and lightweight microfibre towels, essentials for any hiking trip.

The Urban Zone features sleek travel bum bags and comfortable hiking backpacks, ideal for navigating bustling cityscapes.

There are also limited-edition Decathlon x Changi merchandise. These exclusive items are only available at the pop-up.

To celebrate this launch, Decathlon is hosting a series of sports challenges from 19th to 26th June, between 1pm and 4pm.

Test your stamina in the Bike Trainer Challenge, or try the Resistance Band Squat Challenge or the Push-Up Challenge. Not only will you get a good workout, but you might also walk away with an exclusive prize!

Stephan Veyret, Chief Executive Officer, Decathlon Singapore, said: “We are delighted that Decathlon Singapore will be the first in the world to launch a Decathlon pop-up within an airport transit area, at Changi Airport. We hope that our partnership with the Changi Airport Group will inspire and equip more people to embrace the wonders of sport, even while on the go.”


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Sean Loo

Ignition Labs' resident editor loves all things retro, even though he was born in the late 90s. His main job encompasses tons of driving (and a massive carbon footprint), but he swears he turns off the lights each time he leaves his room.

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