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Experience ‘Frozen 2’ at Changi Airport

Experience ‘Frozen 2’ at Changi Airport
Jackie Reddy

To mark the beginning of the festive season and the release of Disney’s Frozen 2, Singapore Changi Airport is hosting an array of events over the next few weeks. Inside Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 of the facility, guests will find Frozen-themed events while Jewel offers shopping and craft activities.

To mark the upcoming festive season and the release of Disney‘s Frozen 2, Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) is hosting an array of events over the coming weeks. A Frozen Wonderland at Changi will run until early January and will comprise a range of experiences inside Terminal 2 and Terminal 3.

A Frozen Fest

At the latter terminal, passengers can watch a light show set against a background of images inspired by the film. This free show is open every day from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

But for those who want more, in a statement, the airport added that, “Over at T3 Departure Hall opposite Check-in Row 11, visitors can expect an immersive experience of Disney’s Frozen 2 at the Enchanted Forest. Packed with adventure across four different zones designed around the four elements of nature (earth, wind, fire and water), visitors who complete the challenges in each zone will enjoy a treat at the end and bring home an exclusive Disney’s Frozen 2 activity pack, luggage tag, keychain, pens, currency pouch or tote bag.”

“Additionally, Frozen fans can stand a chance to get up close and personal with Anna, Elsa and Olaf at Meet-and-Greet sessions held over the weekends of 22 to 24 November and 29 November to 1 December. For that extra-special selfie, visitors can also snap a picture with the first and biggest-ever Olaf installation in Singapore, exclusively at Changi Airport T2,” it explains.

Something for Everyone

For those who aren’t fans of Frozen, the airport is also putting on a selection of festive-themed activities at Jewel, its landside retail complex. Inside, guests will find a giant Christmas tree in the Shiseido Forest Valley area plus Santa Claus, carolers and even stilt-walkers.

“Those dreaming of a white Christmas will have their wish come true at Jewel, where snow will fall at the Canopy Park and Shiseido Forest Valley at intervals throughout the day. Another surprise awaiting visitors is a snow walk set alongside the quirky and creatively-styled plants at the Topiary Walk which provides plenty of Insta-worthy backdrops. As night falls, the HSBC Rain Vortex–the world’s tallest indoor waterfall–takes on a life of its own with a spectacular and exclusive Christmas light and sound show which is presented to visitors at regular intervals through the evening,” the airport says.

Hungry guests can head to Jewel Festive Market at Cloud9 Piazza, which is located on the complex’s level five, where they will find an array of eating options plus DIY craft booths.

A Frozen Wonderland at Changi will run into January 5th, 2020.

 [Featured Image: Changi Airport]

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