The world’s largest Tokidoki Unicorno slide is at Changi Airport Terminal 3

March 15, 2019
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    The world’s first Tokidoki cafe popped up in Singapore in March last year and now, we have the world’s largest Unicorno slide. It’s part of Changi Airport Terminal 3 (T3)’s The World of Tokidoki activities till May 1, 2019.

    Simone Legno, the co-brand founder and artist, was in Singapore to launch the collaboration on March 13.


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    At T3 Departure Hall, you can join your kids – yes, adults are welcome! – on a 24-metre-long Tokidoki-themed inflatable playground with obstacles, trampoline “donuts” and slide down the world’s largest Unicorno slide into a ball pit.

    Related: Where to go with kids in Singapore: March 2019

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    Entry is by passes only, which can be redeemed when you spend at least $60 at the airport’s public retail or F&B outlets ($80 for supermarkets).

    Related: Nestopia by Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort has a 15m long slide!

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    Each pass admits up to two persons: one adult and one child; or two kids for a single entry. Get the details, including the opening hours, here.

    Related: Changi Airport Terminal 4 opens new playground for families and kids

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    At T3 Basement 2, opposite Kopitiam food court, step into a colourful Tokidoki show flat that is about the size of a 3-room HDB flat. Here, you’ll be welcomed by figurines of Donutella, SANDy, Salary Man, Latte and Stellina – get your camera ready!

    You can also take home a GIF photo souvenir and vouchers from Changi Airport’s online shopping portal iShopChangi at a Tokidoki photo booth located right outside the show flat.

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    Tokidoki fans will not want to leave T3 without getting their hands on these exclusive merchandise, including a passport cover, travel packing cubes and matching mother and daughter bags. Get the details here.


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