Dinosaur Bouncy Castle & Go Karts At Changi Terminal 4: Brontosaurus-Sized Fun

Dinosaur Bouncy Castle & Go Karts At Changi Terminal 4: Brontosaurus-Sized Fun
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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

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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Dino Bounce Land and Dino Bounce Sea

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.

Slide down the back of a dino

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.

Surfing T-rex at the Changi Festive Village Dino Bouncy Castle

Make a break from the ferocious surfing T-Rex (with short arms)…

Friendly Stegosaurus - Dino Bounce, Changi T4

… or check out a tall tower to look for a friendly Stegosaurus.


How to Participate in Dino Bounce

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

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.

Dinosaur Go Karts at Changi Airport

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.

Novice track - Dino Go Kart Changi Airport

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

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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