The first site in the country will be in Jewel Changi Airport.
Thailand's Cafe Amazon is officially entering Singapore.
In an announcement via their official Facebook page, the coffee chain said that they are opening in Jewel Changi Airport, which is slated to open next month.
They also provided artistic renditions of the upcoming outlet.
PTT Oil and Retail, which owns Cafe Amazon, previously declared their plans to open 20,000 branches through a US$1.3 billion investment.
The cafe chain currently operates 2,300 branches in Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, the Philippines, Myanmar and Japan. Through franchise partnerships, the group is also looking the take the brand into the Middle East, China and other countries.
Photo credit: Cafe Amazon Facebook
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