October 1st is Children’s Day in Singapore and to celebrate Changi Airport is offering everyone – kids and adults – free rides on the world’s tallest slide in an airport.
Rides on the one-and-a-half story preview, or kiddie, slide are always free.
But tokens for rides on the four-story Slide @T3 usually require a receipt showing you’ve spent at least $30 in a single airport shop.
From October 1st through 3rd, though, no proof of purchase will be required: all rides will be free.
And here’s some good news: the rules for sliding will change once the Children’s Day free ride promotion is over.
Beginning on October 4, 2010, tokens for rides on the big slide will be handed out to anyone spending just $10 at the airport.
You’ll find the entrance to the big slide in Terminal 3, Arrival Hall (Level 1), in the public area.
The entrance to the preview, 1½-story slide is in the Basement 2 area of the airport.
Both slides are open daily from noon until 10:30pm.
Happy Children’s Day!
(Thank-you Graphics Fairy)
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