September 1, 2010 1815 Views
Singapore’s Changi Airport just got a whole lot more fun (and expensive) with an exciting new addition. The Slide@T3, which is located in Terminal 3 is a 12-meter-high corkscrew-like contraption that rockets passengers down its slope at a speed of 6 meters per second.
To partake in the fun, you will have to part with some money – $SPD 25 scores you two rides. I’m presuming that the slide cost a lot to build, so its probably fair – and it costing what it does means that the queues to get on the thing will be short enough that everyone gets a turn.
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