With the new animated sequel Frozen 2 releasing in cinemas today, Changi Airport too is opening their Frozen Wonderland at Terminal 3 Departure Hall.
A while ago, it was spotted undergoing construction.
Changi Airport T3 will have a snow-filled Frozen II Christmas Wonderland at the Departure Hall area
The winter-themed wonderland opens today, featuring elements based on the new film including the Enchanted Forest and the mystical water spirit The Nokk.
Visitors will also be greeted by characters from Frozen II such as the magical snowman Olaf as well as the wise and elderly troll Pabbie.
Fans can also find a large Disney Frozen II logo at the back perfect for selfies and away from the crowd.
Another look inside the Enchanted Forest.
Meet Frozen 2 Characters
There will also be opportunities to get up close and personal with Elsa, Anna and Olaf.
They will be making special appearances over 2 weekends from 22 – 24 Nov and from 29 Nov – 1 Dec at these timings – 11.30am, 2pm, 3.3opm, 5pm and 6.30pm.
Besides exploring the Frozen Wonderland, fans can also get their hands on exclusive Frozen II merchandise next to the installation.
There are Frozen II LEGO toys and figures.
Pewterware music carousels from Royal Selangor.
Lots of Frozen-themed toys, bags, colouring sets and accessories.
And even princess clothing and dresses with Frozen 2 prints and designs.
Frozen 2 Premium Plushies & Merchandise
Shoppers can also redeem limited edition Disney’s Frozen 2 plushies (4 of them), EZ-Link Charm and accessories including Packing Bags, an Olaf Lunch Box and Blanket Cushion.
Simply spend a minimum of S$60 in the Public Area, Jewel or iShopChangi, or S$120 in the Transit Area or supermarkets in a single receipt to purchase the premiums at S$8.90 each.
You can also take a look at the merchandise at the redemption counter located at basement 2 of Terminal 3.
Only while stocks last.
H/T: All photos by Great Deals Singapore.
What: A Frozen Wonderland at Changi
Where: Changi Airport T3 Departure Hall (various locations)
When: 21 November – 5 January 2020