Attention Harry Potter fans: if you go abroad in the summer, find a way to transit through Singapore. Believe us.
Changi Airport has teamed up with Warner Bros in Singapore to transform its airport terminals into lively recreation places made famous in Harry Potter and Fantastic beasts books and series.
There will be Hogsmeade Village – including the Hogswarts Express train, Joke Zonko store, Madame Puddifoot tea shop, Post owl and Honeydukes pastry shop.
Terminal 3 will be transformed into Diagon Alley, which will feature familiar favorites such as Wizard Wheelses Wasleys and high-quality Quidditch accessories.
There will be a rare copy of the famous Whomping Willow tree in Terminal 2, and in Terminal 1 of Transit Hall travelers will find the rest of the Newt Scamandra zoo, which can be seen in the new movie Fantastic beasts: crimes of Grindelwald,
This experience is aimed at fans of all ages, so do not judge if you take the opportunity to dress up in the form of Hogwarts, provided by the store, inspired by the masks of Madame Malkin for all occasions, or engage in magic actions and problems Quidditch, which are also on sale.
And there will be daily snow and light shows on the eve of the holiday holiday season, as well as heaps of objects from the Harry Potter universe – so keep some space in these portable bags.
From now on, the World Magic Festival at Changi Airport takes place until mid-February 2019.