Apple has opened its first store in Southeast Asia. Based at the Orchard Road in Singapore, the sprawling store features – a unique magnificence and a stamp of Apple mastery.
Apple Orchard Road opened to thousands of customers who queued to explore Apple’s first store in Southeast Asia. Braving the equatorial heat, customers were greeted by Apple’s Angela Ahrendts and the store’s 237 employees when doors opened at 10 a.m.
Apple’s first store in Southeast Asia opened to customers on Saturday, May 27.
Angela Ahrendts, Apple’s senior vice president of Retail, welcomed customers to Apple’s first store in Southeast Asia.
The Forum is home to “Today at Apple,” new in-store programming that includes 60 free, hands-on sessions.
Twin curved Castagna stone staircases are the architectural highlight of Apple Orchard Road.
A unique 25-foot canopy protects Apple Orchard Road from tropical sunlight and provides shelter from the rain.
Apple Stores around the world welcome over 1 million customers a day.