• The Hello Kitty Orchid Garden desserts. (Instagram)Source: Instagram
We may be saying "hello" to Singapore soon.
By
Sarah Norton

12 May 2016 - 12:47 PM  UPDATED 12 May 2016 - 12:47 PM

The world’s first 24-hour Hello Kitty café is opening at Singapore’s Changi airport today.

Yes, we want to book our tickets right now (or you could just pop to Sydney's Hello Kitty cafe). If your funds aren’t going to allow for a quick trip to Singapore’s airport for the day, we’re going to check this place out together.

The world first Hello Kitty café is located in the arrival hall in Changi Airport, which is situated in Terminal 3. It will be open to the public from 11:30 am Thursday (today).

It’s officially called, Hello Kitty Orchid Garden and is set up for people who love the famous kitty cat. The airport has been having fun on their Instagram account in the lead up to the cafe’s opening.

The Hello Kitty Orchid Garden website describes the cafe as a perfect secret hideaway that gets you out of the craziness of the city and allows you to relax.

“Reminiscent of a grand and resplendent garden blooming with lush greenery and opulent flowers amidst an elaborate and rustic setting,” the Hello Kitty Orchid Garden site says about the cafe's setting.

The menu sounds incredible too with options for wholesome meals, afternoon tea, brunch and breakfast. However they claim that their most remarkable feature is the amazing spread of delectable desserts. Their baristas also serve handcrafted beverages.

For diehard Hello Kitty fans, the food is made for you to admire before eating.  The corn chips have a Hello Kitty face imprinted on them. The café’s sandwiches are cut into the shape of Hello Kitty’s head and their quesadillas have an imprint of Hello Kitty’s face, like the corn chips.

There’s Kitty carrots and a Hello Kitty bow fused into a puff pastry pie topping as well as a Hello Kitty shaped waffle. If you’ve come for an all-round Kitty experience it looks like you’ll be impressed.

It’s open 24 hours and it’s everything Hello Kitty. We may just be saying Hello Singapore soon.

Oh hello there Kitty.
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