This year’s “The Big Christmas” celebrations at
Changi Airport in Singapore includes special attractions, festive decor, shopping promotions and
engaging online contests for both travellers and Singapore
At Terminal 3 (departure level), two
of the biggest
attractions await visitors – the Big Musical Ball and Big Snow
Fantasy. Right in front of the central Departure Immigration
gate sits the six-metre wide by six-metre tall Big Musical Ball,
which revolves, lights up, plays music and opens up to reveal a
little Bauble Tree – like a giant musical box. During peak
visiting hours (from 12 noon to 10.00pm on weekends and 7.00pm to
10.00pm on weekdays), the Big Musical Ball will dispense candies and
colourful balls at half-an-hour intervals, for the enjoyment of
the public. Balls with the Changi Airport logo can be exchanged
for gifts at a nearby redemption booth.
At Terminal 3 (near Check-in Row 11)
is another highlight - the Big Snow Fantasy, a massive
inflatable Bauble Castle measuring about seventeen metres wide and eight
metres tall, on which adults and children alike can bounce and
slide on, with beautiful snow flakes showering around them.
This giant inflatable castle is free of charge and will operate from 12 noon to
Meanwhile, for outbound travellers, or
passengers in transit, there is one of the tallest Christmas Bauble
Trees in Singapore measuring eight metres high, located at the
central foyer of the Terminal 3 Transit Mall. Besides Terminal 3,
other terminals at Changi Airport are also decked out in
festive decorations this Christmas.
As part of the festivities,
there will also be a Christmas Bazaar located at the basement
mall of Terminal 3. Promising a good variety of charming
Christmas-themed products, including accessories, apparels,
chocolates, books and other knick knacks, this bazaar is a good
place to shop for Christmas gifts for family and friends. The
Christmas Bazaar will be held from Thursday to Sunday every
week, from 3 December to 27 December 2009.
Christmas” decorations will be displayed until 4 January 2010.
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