September 2019 Family Fun at Changi Airport Terminal 3’s Mala-Flavoured Playground, China, Lit! Exhibition & Family Gaming Lounge

September 2019 Family Fun at Changi Airport Terminal 3’s Mala-Flavoured Playground, China, Lit! Exhibition & Family Gaming Lounge

Changi Airport offers something for everyone at three installations and activity zones in September 2019. All ready for the September school holidays 2019, the China Lit! and Family Gaming Lounge zones at Terminal 3 will keep young and old entertained. While an indoor playground and art installation provides an unforgettable Chinese experience for all, the PlayStation Family Lounge has taken over ST3PS and transformed it into a family video-gaming haven.

Mala-themed Playground at Flavours of China, Changi Airport Terminal 3

Mala Hotpot PlaygroundSlide down a noodle slide right into a spiced pit of Mala hotpot ingredients or go through a fully padded obstacle course! Dive into September school holiday 2019 fun at Changi Airport by getting into “hot soup”.

Flavours of China Indoor Playground at Changi Airport Terminal 3, September holidays 2019Flavours of China is a fun-filled playground that even adults wouldn’t be able to resist. A spinning wheel, see-saw carousel, swings and more – visitors can redeem Changi Play passes for access to the playground with a minimum spend of $50 ($80 for supermarket purchases).

At the Mala Playground, Changi Airport September School Holidays 2019Where: Terminal 3, Departure Hall near Check-in Row 11
When:
School Holiday Week, Saturdays and Sundays
6 to 15 Sep, 21 to 22 Sep, 28 to 29 Sep,
5 to 6 Oct – 12 pm to 11 pm
Fridays, 20 and 27 Sep – 6 pm to 11 pm

Traverse across Timezones at China, Lit!

Traverse across Timezones at China, Lit!From 6 September to 6 October, discover a different side of China at the futuristic-looking China, Lit, a contemporary art installation designed by the same architect behind some of Singapore Bicentennial Exhibits.

This installation features one-of-a-kind art and culture scenes, entertainment and dining concepts of five key cities – Beijing, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Shanghai and Xiamen. The neon-lit steel ring structures, The Portal, lights up in different colours corresponding to each featured city.


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Circles installations at T3 departure hallThe main theme of concentric circles at China, Lit symbolises the Chinese belief in completion and perfection (圆圆满满). It will be the choice photo spot for many locals and tourists as the China, Lit exhibition offers many insta-worthy angles.

Accompanying touchscreen displays feature off-the-beaten-track spots for travellers looking for an authentic yet unique experience in China. Stand a chance to win a pair of airline tickets to any of the five featured cities by scanning the QR code on the touchscreen displays.

Where: Terminal 3, Level 2, Departure Level (next to Skytrain lobby)
When:
6 Sep (6.30 pm to 11 pm)
7 Sep to 6 Oct (12 pm to 11 pm)

Gaming Together at the Family Lounge presented by PlayStation

Gaming lounge at Changi Airport T3 presented by PlaystationA gigantic LED screen, even more screens, dozens of consoles, VR headsets – it is a dream come true for most.

Iron Man Game, Changi Airport Terminal 3At this draw for the September school holidays 2019 at Changi Airport, be the first to try Marvel’s Iron Man VR Gameas it makes its debut at the PlayStation Family Lounge or try the latest games – Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueledand DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS 2.

For the bold and brave, you can redeem a 20-minute play slot on the giant screen with a minimum spend of $35 from retail and F&B outlets in Changi Airport public areas, excluding Jewel.

Playstation Games, Changi Airport Terminal 3Otherwise, enjoy the play stations and VR stations for free!

Where: Terminal 3, Basement 2 ST3PS
When: September School Holidays (6 Sep to 15 Sep) 10 am – 11 pm daily, 16 Sep – 6 Oct Mon – Thurs 

Share the Love of Your Childhood Games with Your Children

There’s more at Changi Airport during the September school holidays 2019!

UNO Challenge

Kids aged 7 to 15 can participate and compete with others in an UNO Challenge at Basement 2 of Changi Airport Terminal 3.

Where: Terminal 3, Basement 2 (Opposite Kopitiam)
When: 4 to 19 Sep

Hot Wheels #ChallengeAccepted Southeast Asia Championship

Parents can register your child and compete in either the junior (5 to 8 years old) or senior (9 to 12 years old) category. Challenges include defeating the Triceratops in the Hot Wheels course in the shortest time and more.

The National Winners of the challenge will get a 3-day, 2-night trip to the Philippines for a family of four, where the winner will be able to qualify for the Southeast Asia Championship.

Where: Terminal 3, Basement 2 (Opposite Kopitiam)
When: 20 Sep to 2 Oct 

For more details, as well as terms and conditions, visit the Changi Loves Kids webpage. Have a mala-ficent time at Changi this holiday!

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