Newest Attractions in Changi Airport for June School Holidays 2022

Changi Airport Introduces Fun New Attractions for June School Holidays 2022

Set off on interactive winter and musical journeys around Changi Airport.

It hasn’t been long since travel restrictions have eased and Changi Airport has returned to its pre-COVID vibrancy. This June, there are even more exciting events are coming to Changi Airport! Think magical winter adventure lands, interactive musical journeys, and more. Here are some of the things to do at Changi Airport for the June school holidays!

Changi Airport June school holidays

Life-sized Snoopy and Charlie Brown sculptures

Capture goofy shots with a giant Snoopy and Woodstock topiary. Admire the spectacular topiary (shrubs or trees clipped into ornamental shapes) that stands at five metres and features a huge 350kg structure of Snoopy and his best mate on a large-moving skateboard. Hand-carved by local artist Jeffrey Ng, it is framed with over 2,500 hydrangeas and pompoms. 

Photo-op with the Peanuts gang

Calling all Charlie Brown fans, a wholesome time for the whole family awaits this June at Changi Airport. Learn tidbits of interesting information about the comic strip that has been a household name since the ’50s and decorate your IG feed with plenty of fun interactive photo ops! 

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A cool double-storey Snowhouse

Changi Airport June school holidays

To add even more joy to the occasion, you can plunge into the depths of Winter amidst sub-zero temperatures at the first Peanuts-themed Snowhouse. Plough through the heaps of snow on a snow luge, dig mini trenches with snow excavators, and watch as snow falls down the Peanuts Snow Hangout in a spectacular light and sound show. There’s something for everyone! 

LINE FRIENDS’ BT21 in Changi Airport

ARMY’s rise up! A must-see collaborative project between BTS and LINE FRIENDS, a virtual sticker collection used in the Korean social media application, has come to Singapore. Created by the BTS members themselves, the vibrant characters of BT21 will all be present at Changi Jewel during the June school holidays. 

The star of the event, a giant inflatable BT21 guardian space robot, VAN, will mark the start of a whimsical musical journey from Shiseido Forest Valley to Canopy Park. VAN stands tall on an interactive galactic floor that changes colours as you step on them. 

To top it off, the grand finale will serve as the perfect photo-op at the Petal Garden as the BT21 characters dance to the tunes you play on an interactive DJ console. 

Glamping in the clouds

Changi Airport June school holidays

In addition, Changi Airport’s iconic glamp tents will be decked with BT21-themed decoration on the topmost level of Jewel. Amidst the festivities, toast to a fun-filled June holiday and feast on the food from your own picnic basket or pre-order from Jewel’s dining options. Immerse yourself in the majestic view of the stars and HSBC Rain Vortex in an enchanting glamping stayover. 

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Nighttime adventures for kids and kids-at-heart

For the young at heart, experience After Dark at Jewel’s Canopy Park. Here, you can unwind in your own personal haven and get comfy with seating pods and personal headsets as you watch family-friendly movies including Sing, Coco, and Up

Light & Sound show at Changi Airport’s Rain Vortex

Finally, be captivated by the Shiseido Forest Valley which transforms into a different sight at night during the June holidays, decked out with a new K-pop inspired light & sound show at the HSBC Rain Vortex. 

Excited to see all these new attractions at Changi Airport during the June school holidays? Time to schedule a visit (or maybe even a vacation abroad) soon!

Information and photos extracted from a press release issued by Changi Airport Group and Jewel Changi Airport Trust Pte. Ltd. 

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