If you have nothing planned for the upcoming September school holidays, you just might want to head down to Changi Airport.
For the month of September and October, Changi Airport will be having three exciting events that are sure to keep you and your young ones enthralled.
1. Flavours of China indoor playground
First up is "Flavours of China", an indoor playground that is inspired by China's popular food cuisine - hotpot.
At this playground, your kids will be able to make their way through an obstacle tunnel, spin on rotating wheels and go down a noodle slide into a ball pit full of mala hotpot ingredients.
Here's an artist's impression of the actual playground:
And here are some photos of the actual mala ball pit:
To enter, visitors will have to redeem their activity passes from September 6.
Note that participants are required to wear socks.
Location: Changi Airport Terminal 3, Departure Hall Level 2 (opposite Check-in Row 11)
- Sept. 6-15, Sept 21-22, Sept 28-29, Oct 5-6, 12pm - 11pm
- Sept. 20, 27, 6pm - 11pm
2. Family Lounge by Playstation
Other fun activities at Terminal 3 you and your family can take part in include the Family Lounge by PlayStation at ST3PS.
There will be six PlayStation Four and two PS VR units at this event, with seven different games to choose from:
- EA SPORTSTM FIFA 19
- EA SPORTSTM FIFA 20 (with local release set on September 27)
- Super Bomberman R
- CrashTM Team Racing Nitro-Fueled
- DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS 2
- Overcooked! 2
- Beat Saber
The highly anticipated Marvel's Iron Man VR will also be making its debut in Singapore here, as pictured:
3. China Lit! contemporary art installation
Lastly, there will be a contemporary art installation at Terminal 3 departure hall from September 6, where highlights of five Chinese cities will be showcased along with content created by youths from these cities.
These cities are Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Guangzhou, and Xiamen.
The installation comprises of neon-lit steel ring structures which take turns to light up.
For more information, click here.
Top image via Changi Airport