Go-karts, bouncy castles and a festive market

Changi Airport has gone prehistoric with its annual year-end festive event, Changi Festive Village. Bring the whole family for a wide range of dino-themed activities that will run from now till Jan 3, 2021.

First, make your way along the Changi Park Connector and marvel at the larger-than-life dinosaurs. Upon reaching Terminal 3 Departure Hall, you’ll see more ginormous dinosaur displays at the year’s centerpiece festive exhibit, Dino Wanderland. Visitors can walk alongside these majestic creatures including the fearsome T-rex, and snap photos with them.
 


 

Then head to Terminal 4 where you’ll be greeted by a massive 30-metre-long bouncy castle, Dino Bounce. Whizz down the four-metre-tall slide, navigate a tree “maze” at Dino Bounce Land, and continue at Dino Bounce Sea to conquer a bouncy wave wall.
 


 

For thrill-seekers, fasten your seatbelts for an adrenaline-pumping go-karting experience at Dino Kart. Race up to 24km/h on the electric go-karts as you navigate exciting turns and bends. When the sun sets, expect a unique and fun night-karting experience complete with colourful neon lights and even a lighted tunnel to speed through.

After all the fun activities, fuel up at Dino Fest, a festive market that opens on Dec 3, from 3pm-11pm, every Thursday to Sunday of the month. Created by the team behind Shilin Singapore and Artbox Singapore, this is Singapore’s very first dinosaur-themed carnival market. Visitors can look forward to some 50 stalls of street food, festive-themed merchandise and interactive dino-themed activities.

Don’t forget the other activities at Changi Airport. There are unique glamping experiences at Jewel’s Cloud9 Piazza and Shiseido Forest Valley, as well as overnight family stays at Changi Experience Studio.
 


 

Kids will enjoy Singapore’s largest double-storey snow fun house, Tokidoki Snow Holiday, where they can frolic in real snow, or take selfies onboard Air Tokidoki, a model Boeing 777-200 aircraft cabin decorated with Tokidoki characters.


More info available here.