If you have a kid who dreams about dinosaurs, Changi Airport Terminal 4 Dino Bounce bouncy castle will be pure heaven. And adults are in for a lot of adrenalin fuelled fun too with Dino Kart, a dinosaur-themed go-karting circuit at the T4 kerbside.
The dinosaur bouncy castle and dinosaur go-karts are part of Changi Airport’s Changi Festive Village. The two activities kick off at 6 pm, 26 November 2020. Dino Bounce will be open daily till 3 January 2021 while Dino Kart revs till 31 December 2020.
Dinosaur Bouncy Castle at Changi Airport
At 30-metres long, the Dino Bounce bouncy castle is great for young ones to expend their energy.
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There are two play zones at this dinosaur-themed inflatable – the yellow-and-white Dino Bounce Land and the blue-and-white Dino Bounce Sea. Entry to each zone is separate. Each play session is 20 minutes long.
Kids can pretend they are in the Flintstones (if they even know what that is) and slide down the back of a Brontosaurus. The slide is a whopping 4-metre-tall!
There are also other obstacles and kids will have plenty of fun spotting their favourite dinosaurs.
Make a break from the ferocious surfing T-Rex (with short arms)…
… or check out a tall tower to look for a friendly Stegosaurus.
How to Participate in Dino Bounce
Dino Bounce is open from Monday to Wednesday, 3 pm to 10 pm (last entry at 9.30 pm). From Thursday to Sunday, eve of Public Holidays and Public Holidays, Dino Bounce is open from 2 pm to 11 pm (last entry at 10.30 pm).
The dinosaur bouncy castle is suitable for children between 5 to 12 with a minimum height of one metre.
One complimentary activity pass can be redeemed for every $30 ($80 in supermarkets) in a single receipt at Changi Airport. Alternatively, purchase an activity pass directly at Dino Bounce for $8.
Dinosaur Go-karts at Changi Airport
Older ones are not left out of the fun either. Those are at least 9 years old and 1.3 metres in height can experience go-karting at Changi Airport T4 with Dino Kart.
These electric go-karts go up to 24 km/h. The 200-metre long go-kart track that has been set up at Terminal 4 has a total of 12 bends so that participants can pit their driving skills against each other.
Younger racers who may not be so confident can try out a specially designed novice circuit.
When the sun goes down, the go-karting experience continues. Neon blinking lights and and a lighted tunnel add to the nigh-karting fun.
How to Participate in Dino Kart
Dino Kart is open from Monday to Wednesday, 3 pm to 10 pm. From Thursday to Sunday, eve of Public Holidays and Public Holidays, Dino Bounce is open from 2 pm to 11 pm.
To race on the go-kart track, redeem a discounted activity pass for every $30 ($80 for supermarkets) spent, with a maximum of 4 discounted passes, in a single receipt at public areas at T1, T3, T4 or Jewel.
From Mondays to Wednesdays, the discounted activity pass costs $8 and $10 for the Novice and Pro tracks respectively. On Thursdays to Sundays, it costs $12 and $18 for the Novice and Pro tracks respectively.
Dino Kart activity passes can also be purchased directly for between $12 to $22.
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