SINGAPORE: One lucky Singaporean was crowned the new Changi Millionaire on Sunday.
Business development director Mr Peh Hock Peng beat four other finalists from Singapore, China and Australia to emerge the overall winner and walked away with S$1 million in cash.
The 45—year—old said he flew through Changi Airport about 20 times last year and it was his S$200 purchase of cosmetics for his wife that turned out to be his winning ticket.
The other finalists of ’Be a Changi Millionaire’ 2012 Grand Draw took home S$5,000.
They also received a three—night stay at Crowne Plaza Changi Airport Hotel with airfare provided for non—Singapore residents.
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