Pokemon fans, you wouldn’t want to miss out this exhibition at Changi Airport

All Pokemon lovers, attention! If you haven’t heard the news yet, now’s the time for you to make your way to Changi Airport and catch a glimpse of your favourite Pokemon characters.


What’s there to see?

Pokemon installations, including a 7 metre-tall Pikachu are in Terminals 2 and 3 all the way till 11 February 2017. At Terminal 2’s departure hall, there is also a Snorlax garden where there are 3 life-sized Snorlaxes for you to take pictures with.

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What’s there to do?

You can visit the exhibition on weekends for a meet-and-greet with Pikachu. Pikachu will appear at Gingerbread House at 6 pm and 8 pm on Saturdays and Sundays until 1 January 2017. Otherwise, you can go on the Poke trail in search of 26 pokemons and stand to redeem a giveaway at Terminal 3. Other activities include Narikiri face painting where you get to look like Pikachu and Pokemon Z-moves which can help you master the Pokemon groove.

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Pokemon Plushies Collectibles

You can collect all 9 plushies by spending a minimum of $60 at the public area to get 1 plushie at $9.90 each. The 9 plushies are Pikachu, Eevee, Rowlet, Litten, Popplio, Balbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle and Poke ball.

Doesn’t it seem fun and interesting? Do check it out before it’s gone!

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