SINGAPORE: For those who fancy a trip to Russia this school holidays without leaving the country, Changi Airport group has recreated the magic of the Red Square and other Russian landmarks, on home ground.
Located at the public areas of Changi Airport’s Terminal 3, the ’Fascinating Russia’ event features an interactive exhibition on the world’s largest country by land—size.
The exhibition highlights all things Russian such as the renowned Tchaikovsky’s ballets — Swan Lake and The Nutcracker.
Visitors with time on their hands can also learn the Russian alphabet.
But the highlight of the exhibition is a 15 by 7—metre synthetic ice—skating rink, set against the colourful backdrop of Moscow’s iconic Saint Basil’s Cathedral and State Historical Museum.
The skating rink will be open daily from 16 to 24 March, and thereafter, on weekends until 7 April.
The exhibition will be open from Saturday until 7 April.
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