Changi Airport normally serves as a gateway to the world but from now till October 2022, it has a new pop-up installation casts the spotlight on more local, Singaporean sights. The Hello, Changi Precinct gallery at Terminal 3 highlights the areas around Changi Airport including Pulau Ubin, Pasir Ris Tampines, Bedok and East Coast Park.
Visiting the Hello, Changi Precinct Gallery
The Hello, Changi Precinct gallery at Terminal 3 has interactive elements and photo spots across seven themed zones. These feature iconic sights from the different featured precincts.
It starts off at the Changi Airport zone with models of sights around the airport such as Jewel and the old Terminal 2 flight information board.
The other zones include models of sights such as an old school barber shop, the watermelon playground at Tampines, the HDB block in Tampines with the TV test pattern mural, and a bumboat that visitors use to get across the water to Pulau Ubin.
The first 150 visitors in July & August who snap a photo with the gallery and upload it to their social media account with the hashtag #ChangiPrecinct will receive a $12 Changi Eats promo code voucher. To claim the promo code voucher, show the post to the staff on site.
Heritage Tours, including a My Changi Airport Tour
There will also be six tours running till October 2022. These will explore different places and neighbourhoods such as Bedok, Pulau Ubin and Pasir Ris.
Additionally, Changi Airport has launched the My Changi Airport Tour. Starting from Terminal 1, it traces the development of the airport from its origins and the stories of its people. This takes place Every Saturday from 9 July to 22 October 2022.
There will also be hands-on workshops conducted by craftsmen during the September school holidays.
Explore the Changi Precinct
Mr Lim Ching Kiat, Changi Airport Group’s Managing Director of Air Hub Development, said, “Many of the travellers who fly to Changi Airport are interested to venture beyond the airport to explore the Changi Precinct, which is rich with local history and culture. Hence, Changi Airport Group has been working with various partners around Changi Airport over the last two years to promote appreciation of the many hidden gems of the eastern part of Singapore. We invite local residents and travellers to kickstart their journey of exploring the charms of Singapore’s East through the “Hello, Changi Precinct” gallery. We hope this allows them to understand the Changi Precinct deeper and encourage exploration of lesser-known spots in Singapore.”
The Hello, Changi Precinct gallery will run till 23 October 2022 at T3 Departure Hall. Admission is free. Get more details here.