Singapore Changi Airport is celebrating the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games
(SYOG) a series of fun activities and a shopping promotion for the
months of August and September.
Until 28 August, passengers in the Departure Transit Malls of the
three terminals can take part in Camp Athletics, Equestrian
Dash and Slam Dunk.
At Camp Athletics, located at Terminal 1’s
Nexus Lounge, passengers can experience the training an athlete
undergoes by going through a series of hurdles.
Dash at Terminal 2 provides passengers the chance to
demonstrate their equestrian skills on an inflatable horse. The
rider who crosses the finishing line in the fastest time will win.
At Terminal 3, passengers can try their hand at Slam Dunk. With
the help of a bungee cord, passengers make a dash to slam dunk
a ball through a hoop.
From 12 August to 28 August, airport
visitors can also take part in Soccer Zorb at the public area of
Terminal 3, Check-In Row 11. To score a goal, participants have to
maneuver a sphere past obstacles and into the goal post.
Other activities taking place at Changi Airport include Sailing
Arena, a remote control sailing boat race; Shooting Gallery, an
infra-red shooting challenge; and a Table Tennis Challenge.
activity gives airport visitors a chance to pose as a weight
lifter. The person with the best pose will win a prize.
Airport is also giving passengers the chance to return and
experience the SYOG next year.
Passengers, who spend Sin$80 in a
single receipt via VISA in the Departure Transit Malls before 14 September 2009, stand a chance to win a return
trip to Singapore by participating in the six weekly draws.
prize includes two nights stay at the Fairmont hotel or its
equivalent, a pair of tickets to attend the SYOG, $500 Changi
Dollar Vouchers, plus, reimbursement of air fare of maximum
Sin$2,500 for the winner and a companion. One lucky winner will be
drawn each week. Terms and conditions apply.
The activities at
Terminals 1 and 2 are from noon to 10pm daily. Those at Terminal 3
are from 1.30pm to 11.30pm daily.
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