Your favourite prehistoric creatures are taking over Changi Airport this Christmas.
There are lots happening over at Changi Airport this festive season.
As part of the airport’s holiday campaign, the Changi Festive Village will be held from Nov 20 to Jan 3 next year.
This includes plenty of dinosaur-themed activities, in conjunction with the recent launch of Jurassic Mile. Here are five things to look forward to:
Dino Fest is a festive carnival market which will take over the Terminal 4 departure hall from Dec 3 to 27, on Thursdays to Sundays.
You can expect to find close to 50 stores offering street food, festive-themed merchandise, as well as interactive dinosaur-themed activities.
Entry to the Dino Fest costs $7 on weekdays and $9 on weekends for adults, and $5 and S$6 respectively for kids. Entry is free for kids, up to six years old, with every accompanying adult.
The entry fee includes a $5 voucher for F&B and access to activities such as dino petting, the roving raptors meet and greet, and more.
Get your cameras ready as you’ll never know when dinosaurs may appear around the area!
Perfect for thrill-seekers, Dino Kart is a go-karting track operating from Nov 26 to Dec 31.
Taking over the Terminal 4 taxi waiting area, these electric go-karts can go up to 24km per hour.
You can redeem a discounted pass for every $30 spent in a single receipt ($80 for supermarkets) at Terminals 1, 3 or 4.
A maximum of four discounted activity passes can be redeemed in a single receipt.
Check out the opening hours here.
Little ones are sure to be excited by Dino Bounce!
The 30 metre long bouncy castle which will be at Changi from Nov 26 to Jan 3.
Similar to the Dino Kart, you can redeem a discounted pass for every $30 ($80 for supermarkets) spent in a single receipt at Terminals 1, 3 or 4.
Over at Terminal 3 is this year’s centrepiece, the Dino Wanderland exhibition, which will be happening from today (Nov 20) till Jan 3 next year.
Get a chance to get up close with nine life-like dinosaurs and snap some pictures for the ‘Gram.
They are open from 10am to 10pm daily and admission is free.
Visitors can also redeem a complimentary photo-taking pass with a minimum spend of $30 at participating outlets in Terminals 1, 3 and 4 or Jewel Changi Airport.
Aside from all this dino fun, Changi Airport is also holding workshops for visitors to embark on exclusive behind-the-scenes experiences.
Workshops include learning to fly a drone through an airport obstacle course in the Changi Experience Studio, or terrarium and aquascaping classes for those with green fingers.
Find out more about the workshops here.
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