, Singapore

7-Eleven seeks to reimagine convenience with first beachfront store

The chain partnered with Tiger Beer to launch the outlet.

7-Eleven Singapore has partnered with Tiger Beer to launch what they tout as the first beachfront convenience store right on Palawan Beach Walk in Sentosa.

Featuring murals and graffiti artwork on its facade, the store offers a special reverse tap bar, which will automatically dispense the right pour of Tiger beer in each cup without needing a bartender.

7-Eleven's Sentosa Palawan Beach store will also be introducing their new and exclusive Nitro Tea, a selection of black tea or a variety of caffeine-free fruit teas, and a Arctic Coke machine where customers can choose a bottle of Coca-Cola, put it into the machine and get a cold Coke slushie after pressing a button.

Savoury hot food items include fried chicken selections and buttery pastries.

"7-Eleven is reimagining convenience at the beach with our first beachfront store at Sentosa, in collaboration with Singapore's iconic brand Tiger Beer. From the Arctic Coke machine to the exclusive Nitro Tea, and Reverse Tap beer and the Tiger Beer chill out zone, our new store offers a lot of exciting things for beach loving families, young adults and tourists, and we look forward to welcoming them!” said Steven Lye, managing director of 7-Eleven Singapore.

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