New ‘Hello, Changi Precinct’ exhibition opens at Changi Airport featuring iconic landmarks in the east
The exhibition will be open to the public until Oct 23.
Changi Airport has opened its Hello, Changi Precinct exhibition at Terminal 3 (T3) Departure Hall.
Running till Oct 23, the exhibition raises awareness about the Changi Precinct, which includes areas such as Pulau Ubin, Pasir Ris, Tampines, Bedok, Siglap and East Coast Park.
In the gallery, seven interactive zones can be explored. The visitors can learn more about the stories of places like Siglap by opening the drawers of an old-school barber shop, or the history of Pulau Ubin by hopping onto a “bumboat”.
There are many photo opportunities in the zones as well. Iconic landmarks and popular spots such as Jewel Changi Airport and the well-known Terminal 2 flight information flip-board are available in the exhibition for visitors to take photos with.
The first 150 visitors each month to take a picture or video at the Hello, Changi Precinct exhibition and post it on their social media with the hashtag #ChangiPrecinct will receive an exclusive Changi Eats promotion code.
The gallery is open to the public for free from 10am to 9.30pm every day.
On top of the exhibition, those who are interested in learning more about areas in Changi Precinct can sign up for specially curated tours.
Each of the seven guided tours will explore an area under the Changi Precinct in-depth, such as Changi, Siglap, Pasir Ris, Tampines, Bedok, and Pulau Ubin.
One of the tours will look into the history and evolution of Changi Airport itself. Starting from Terminal 1, visitors will be guided through the airport’s recreational spaces, artwork installations, and designs.
They will also get the opportunity to interact with airport staff and get a sneak peek into Changi Airport’s operations. Prices for the tours start at $20.
For those interested in a more hands-on experience, a series of workshops will be available for participants to learn and try traditional crafts from skilled craftsmen within the precinct.
Visitors can sign up for the tours and workshops at Changi Airport Group’s official website.