Forget the conventional hotel staycations, try glamping at the airport for a change.
Changi Airport announced yesterday that it will be piloting indoor camping experiences with pitched tents facing the waterfall or greenery and sophisticated picnics at Jewel Changi Airport from Friday onwards.
Looking beyond conventional hotel staycations? Enjoy the fun of camping outdoors with modern-day comforts or clink…
Enjoy a one night stay in their decked out air-conditioned tents that can accommodate up to four adults at either the forest valley located on the ground floor or the piazza on the top floor.
The Glampcation in the Clouds experience, which has a view of the iconic waterfall, comes with a queen size and single size bed, pillows, air coolers, toiletries, and an ice cooler box, with the option to add items like a customized sign, lamp and mug. You can even take it a step further and request for a picnic and a movie screening to be set up.
If you prefer waking up around lush greenery, the Glampcation at Shiseido Forest Valley can fit more with two queen size beds and comes with a perfume, portable charger, and a welcome basket full of festive items. Both packages are priced from S$320 (US$240) per night on weekdays and S$360 (US$270) on weekends.
An option to just dine and not sleepover in the tents is also available at the Cloud9 Piazza on the top floor for up to five persons. The three-hour lunch does not include food but gets the picnic basics all set up like table setting, cutleries, and speakers. Packages are priced from S$160 (US$120) for weekdays and S$180 (US$135) for weekends.
Bond with your family in a two day, one night program where you can participate in craft workshops, tour the airport’s nursery, and play games in the Changi Experience Studio for a whole day, in addition to a night’s sleepover in the tents. Packages are priced from S$160 (US$120) per adult and S$130 (US$98) per child.
Bookings are available from Friday onwards via website.
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