A spell has been cast over Singapore’s Changi Airport and Harry Potter fans will be itching to jump on the next flight to Singapore as soon as they see it.

From now until mid-February 2019, visitors at Changi Airport can embark on a journey inspired by Harry Potter and the Fantastic Beasts stories and films.

A first-of-its-kind collaboration with Warner Bros in Singapore, fans will have the chance to dress up as a wizard, learn how to cast a spell, and practice their Quidditch skills.

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Four life-sized setups are spread across Changi Airport’s three terminals, all inspired by some of the most iconic locations seen in the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films.

In Terminal 3 you can step into a wintry Hogsmeade Village inspired by the original Hogsmeade Village in the Harry Potter series.

This large-scale setup depicts the picturesque town with snowy rooftops set against the backdrop of the grand Hogwarts castle.

Fans can also get up close with a recreation of the iconic Hogwarts Express train.

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To get everyone in the mood for the festive season, daily snow and light shows will be delighting airport visitors.

You’ll also find Diagon Alley in T3 where Hogwarts students can purchase essential school supplies like school uniforms and wands in the films.

Visitors can also dress up as their favourite wizard through the range of Hogwarts school uniforms and dress robes.

Those who have been wanting to practice their Quidditch skills can try their hand at the Quaffle Toss – ride on a broomstick and throw Quaffle balls into a series of hoops to score points.

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Fans can also enjoy shareable moments with the Whomping Willow, an extremely rare replica of the magical tree set up at Terminal 2 Departure Hall.

Be treated to more rare sights at Newt Scamander’s Menagerie located at Terminal 1 Transit Hall, where fans can catch more Instagram moments with a selection of magical creatures in the Fantastic Beasts series.

Will you be visiting Changi Airport for this magical display?