It seems like the popularity of Hello Kitty and Friends is still going strong in Singapore. Just recently Grab announced the launch of a set of limited edition Hello Kitty toys in October, and now, visitors to Changi Airport can celebrate the festive season with these popular Sanrio characters. From 18 November to 5 January 2018, Hello Kitty, Dear Daniel, Gudetama, My Melody, Cinnamoroll, Little Twin Stars and Pompompurin will be taking over Singapore’s Changi Airport with a list of activities and displays set around the theme of a ‘Mystical Garden’.
From 18 November to 5 January 2018, popular Sanrio characters Hello Kitty, Dear Daniel, Gudetama, My Melody, Cinnamoroll, Little Twin Stars and Pompompurin will be taking over Singapore's Changi Airport with a list of activities and displays set around the theme of a 'Mystical Garden'. There will also be daily shows at 7.30pm and 9pm at the departure hall of T3, involving lights, snow and drones. Behind check-in row 11 at T3, there are also games such as the Tree House Catcher, Yoyo Tsuri Fountain and Gachapon Machine. Plus, take a sneak peek inside the Sanrio-themed plane from EVA Air. For more: https://sg.style.yahoo.com/catch-hello-kitty-friends-changi-airport-072509066.html Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Fans of Japanese food are in for a treat, as the much-anticipated Japan Gourmet Hall SORA will officially open at Changi Airport Terminal 2 on Tuesday (14 November).
Japanese food lovers can soon book a ramen date at Changi Airport now that the much-anticipated Japan Gourmet Hall Sora will be opening this month.
Japan's largest airline operator, All Nippon Airways (ANA), will open a new Japanese food court at Changi Airport as early as November this year, according to the Nikkei Asian Review on Thursday (17 Aug).
Passengers at Changi Airport's Terminal 4 can look out for entertaining features at the Heritage Zone as well as new art installations. Here's a first look. STORY: Why Changi Airport's T4 is set to become Singapore's most entertaining and stress-free terminal yet Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Changi Airport’s Terminal 4, located at the the Budget terminal's old spot, boasts innovative technologies, multi-sensory artworks and entertaining features, an impressive feat for a space that is only half the size of Terminal 3.
Changi Airport’s Terminal Four is holding an Open House from 7 to 20 August 2017. Singaporeans have something new to look forward to at Changi Airport, as locals are being invited to a sneak peek at the newly-built Terminal 4 before operations begins in the latter half of 2017. A specially-created T4 Open House app is also available to guide visitors along the tour route, during which participants can play location-based in-app games to win e-vouchers to spend at Changi Airport’s retail and food outlets.
Singapore’s Changi Airport on Monday (June 19) unveiled pictures of the completed Terminal 4, which is scheduled to open in the later half of the year. Construction of Changi Airport’s Terminal 4 was completed in December.
Nature lovers who also travel frequently, rejoice – you’ll now be able to get your greenery fix at Singapore’s Changi Airport. The Jewel mixed-use complex will open in early 2019, Changi Airport Group announced on Wednesday (7 June). It will feature unique play attractions, a five-storey indoor garden, hotel chain YOTEL, and multiple shopping and dining options.
From 26 May to 26 June, popular Sanrio characters Hello Kitty, Gudetama, My Melody, Cinnamoroll and Little Twin Stars will be at Singapore's Changi Airport for a month-long "Nordic Adventures" showcase.