Passengers passing through Singapore Changi will be able to enjoy a candy-themed wonderland as part of its festive festivities!
From tomorrow and lasting until the end of March 2024, the airport’s candy-themed wonderland will offer whimsical carnival games and rides, as well as a snow house that will transport visitors “into to a world of wintry fun”.
The gateway notes that, “as you explore this magical candyland, look out for Changi’s ever lovable dinosaur mascots, dazzling fairy stilt walkers or even Santa himself!”
At the heart of the festivities lies the sweetest spectacle: Candy Wonderland at Terminal 3’s (T3) departure hall. A cuddly 5-metre-tall bear, a 7-metre-tall rotating cupcake Ferris wheel, a pool of sprinkles, and candy cane lane beckon Changi’s visitors into a world of sweet delight.
As dusk falls each day, the airport promises a spellbinding light and snow show that “will add a touch of magic to the evening”, and on selected Friday and Saturday evenings, buskers, jugglers will entertain guests while a live marching band will performing holiday tunes.
Jayson Goh, executive vice president of the Changi Airport Group (CAG), enthused: “We invite visitors and travellers to immerse in the joy of the holiday season and join us for an enchanting experience at the Changi Festive Village.
“Our candy-themed activities add a sweet twist to the carnival, and promises to be a delightful haven for families and friends to create cherished moments together at Changi Airport.”
Hit the sweet spot with Candy Carnival’s games, activities, and treats
According to CAG, the Candy Carnival located at T3’s arrival hall bursts with a plethora of exciting carnival games, rides, and Changi-exclusive confectionery-themed prizes to be won.
Visitors are invited to test their aim at the virtual reality shooting game, bring home humongous plushies at the giant claw machine or bounce to your heart’s content at Candy Bounce’s inflatable castle of desserts. Little ones can get a sugar rush on the Candy Kart go-kart course.
More fun and games await at Basement 2 where young ones can climb aboard the candy-coated trackless train or hop on a whimsical merry-go-round.
Slide right into a frosty adventure at the Candy Snow House
Just beyond the Candy Carnival lies the enchanting Candy Snow House, a fantastical world of snow and ice when visitors can discover intricately carved ice sculptures which glow from within, such as a majestic reindeer-drawn sleigh and a cast of friendly candy pals come to life.
And for those bold enough can slide right into the festive mood on the three-lane 5-metre-long snow slide or the 3-metre-long ice luge or challenge friends to a game of basketball, snow bowling, or mini golf on a course made entirely of ice!
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