SINGAPORE - There is no need to ask how to get to Sesame Street this June, for the beloved children's show will be making an appearance at Changi Airport during the school holidays.
Popular characters from the show - including Elmo, Cookie Monster, Bert and Ernie - will be making appearances at Terminal 3 during live shows and meet-and-greet sessions.
Parents and children can also expect to see cardboard replicas of European landmarks, including those from Berlin, Budapest, Moscow, Prague and Warsaw.
The cardboard exhibition, called Discover Europe, is organised in conjunction with Changi Airport's first non-stop link to Central and Eastern Europe via the recently launched LOT Polish Airlines direct flight to Warsaw, and the upcoming Scoot service to Berlin.
It will be Singapore's "largest" cardboard art installation, measuring 21m by 19m, said Changi Airport Group in a statement on Friday (May 25).
Visitors will also have a chance to redeem souvenirs or win travel deals by answering questions at the exhibition.
Other activities lined up at the T3 Departure Hall include bobsleigh rides, inspired by the Bobsleigh Track in Prague.
Two routes will be available - a 17m straight slide elevated at 1.8m, and a 30m winding slide.
An inflatable playground will also be available at Terminal 4, with a Sesame Street theme.
The playground will feature tunnels, a ladder and a climbing wall, as well as two slides, with one as tall as 4.7m that leads into a ball pit.
Limited edition Sesame Street-themed storage boxes will also be available for redemption with at least $60 spent at shops, or at least $80 at supermarkets.
The boxes, which can double up as stools, come in three designs.
The activities will last until June 24. For more details, the public can visit the Changi Airport website.