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‘World of Frozen’ opens at Hong Kong Disneyland this November! Plus an immersive Disney Animation exhibition comes to SG, and more!

New month, new finds! Did you hear that there will be a new World of Frozen at Hong Kong Disneyland come November? Plus the highly anticipated exhibition, Immersive Disney Animation is coming to Singapore as the first stop of its South East Asia tour on 18 November 2023.

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‘World of Frozen’ at Hong Kong Disneyland Opens November

Hong Kong Disneyland World of Frozen
Image Credit: Hong Kong Disneyland

Calling all Frozen fans! Just in time for Christmas, Hong Kong Disneyland will be opening the world’s first and largest ‘Frozen’ themed park on 20 November 2023. Be transported to the cinematic land of Arendelle with iconic scenes from the movie such as North Mountain, Elsa’s Ice Palace and more, which have been recreated with Disney’s incredibly advanced all-electric Audio Animatronics figures. Features of this revamped theme park were also inspired by Norway’s breath-taking nature and dragon-style architectural style. Visitors can dress up in rosemaling-patterned clothes, put on glittering ice-inspired face paint, style their hair like Elsa or wear a cape like Anna. There will be a family-friendly roller coaster ‘Wandering Oaken’s Sliding Sleighs, an interactive play experience with Anna and Elsa at the forest Playhouse and little ones will get to sing and dance to familiar tunes from the Frozen movie. Get ready to be transported to an enchanted world where all things are possible!

Deets: from 20 November 2023, Hong Kong Disneyland, Lantau Island, Hong Kong

Pet-friendly festival with live performances, pet playground and photobooth

Image credit: Wunderground Singapore via Facebook

Wunderground is a pet-friendly event taking place this September – October, and features more than 70 F&B stalls, a dedicated pet playground, retail booths with homeground brands, tarot readings, and much more. The event will take place at Emerald Hill (21 Sep – 1 October) and Tampines West (6 – 15 October). The event will also feature exciting art installations around the huge event space, so look out for those!

Deets: 21 Sep – 1 October (37 Emerald Hill), 6 – 15 October (Tampines West Open Plaza), Monday – Friday, 3pm – 10pm; Saturday – Sunday, 12pm – 10pm

Immersive Disney Animation Comes to SG!

Immersive Disney Animation

The highly anticipated exhibition, Immersive Disney Animation is coming to Singapore as the first stop of its South East Asia tour on 18 November 2023. This 90-minute experiential exhibition at Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands will celebrate a century of animation excellence, inviting visitors to explore the art, technology, music and creativity behind Disney’s iconic animated films such as Frozen, Encanto, Zootopia, The Little Mermaid, Peter Pan, and The Lion King. ⁠ ⁠ Follow a swirling pixie dust ‘wish trail’ through the galleries, where you’ll get to see exhibits from Walt Disney Animation Research Library, including a series of animator’s character sketches, and an interactive drawing table that teaches visitors how to draw their favourite Disney characters. The highlight is the 360-degree gallery with scenes, characters and songs from Disney animated films. Immersive Disney Animation is presented by Base Entertainment Asia in partnership with Walt Disney Animation Studios. The exhibition has toured 13 cities across North America as well as Tokyo. ⁠Ticketing pricing will be announced on Thursday, 7 September 2023 when tickets go on sale. Get priority tickets here.

Deets: 18 November – 31 December 2023, tickets from $33 – $78, Sands Theatre, 4 Bayfront Ave, B1, Singapore 018973

Tipsy Unicorn Beach Club Opening Postponed

Tipsy Unicorn Beach Club
Image credit: Tipsy Unicorn Beach Club

Tipsy Unicorn Beach Club in The Palawan @ Sentosa was originally set to open on 1 September 2023, but has now been postponed in light of the co-founder’s sudden death. The new beach club is a 19,000sqft space with indoor and outdoor areas, private cabanas, daybeds and VIP lounges. The main pool features a stage for performances (making this the only beach club in Sentosa to feature live bands), sunken pool cabanas and an ocean-view main bar area. Tipsy Unicorn aims to provide their signature Tipsy experience featuring curated entertainment acts as well as fitness and fun activities that go beyond just live bands and a beautiful beach setting.

Tipsy Unicorn Beach Club, The Palawan @ Sentosa

Read more about The Palawan @ Sentosa here!

UNIQLO x Studio Ghibli immersive pop-up event

UNIQLO x Studio Ghibli
Image credit: UNIQLO x Studio Ghibli

Head to Bugis+ to check out a larger-than-life exhibition of Ghibli characters from films such as Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea and Howl’s Moving Castle! There will be lots of photo ops, plus special displays of intricate objects and behind-the-scenes designs from Studio Ghibli.

Deets: 18 August – 14 September 2023, Bugis+ Atrium, 201 Victoria Street, Singapore 188067

H&M Home Arrives in SG!

H&M Home SG
Image credit: H&M Home SG

H&M Home has opened in Orchard! We’re so excited about this new home decor spot, with everything from dinnerware to bed linen, stylish homeware and even furniture. Located within H&M’s flagship Orchard store, you can shop all things home decor in the H&M Home section on the first floor. We spotted scented candles for under $10, fab cushions, beautiful glassware and more – all at pocket-friendly prices!

H&M Home, 1 Grange Road, Orchard Building, Singapore 239693

New Go-Karting on Sentosa

Hyperdrive Opens at The Palawan @ Sentosa
Image: Hyperdrive at The Palawan @ Sentosa

The Palawan @ Sentosa’s latest attraction is HyperDrive, a first-of-its-kind indoor electric go-kart activity with eco-friendly electric karts, a three-level racetrack and a virtual element that takes go-karting here to a new level! There will also be VR here, allowing drivers to adopt ‘special powers’, to feel super-charged by their race experience or even sabotage other competitors. Look out for 308 metres of thrilling straightways and 14 exciting turns! To go-kart alone, kids must be at least 130cm tall.

Deets: Now open, passes from $35, HyperDrive at The Palawan @ Sentosa, along Palawan Beach

New Sports Venue Opening in Orchard

Trifecta singapore skiing snowboard surf skate in sinagpore
Image credit: Trifecta

Trifecta by The Ride Side is Asia’s first surf, snow and skate attraction and it’s opening on 28 October 2023! You’ll be able to skate, surf, ski and snowboard all under one roof in Singapore from just $40. This new sports venue will feature the world’s first hybrid skate bowl designed for skateboarding and surfskating, plus facilities for both beginners and seasoned pros to learn and train for surfing and winter sports (no snow or ice skating rink though)! Read more here.

Trifecta, 10A Exeter Road, beside Somerset Skate Park & Somerset MRT, Singapore

Matilda The Musical is Coming to Singapore!

matilda sings in front of her beloved books in matilda the musical
Image: Matilda The Musical

Got a kiddo who loves Matilda? Matilda The Musical inspired by the beloved book by Roald Dahl is coming to town in 2024! The award-winning show tells the story of an extraordinary little girl who, armed with a vivid imagination and a sharp mind, dares to take a stand and change her own destiny. Read more about kids’ theatre shows to look forward to here.

Deets: 9 – 31 March 2024 at Sands Theatre at Marina Bay, tickets from $68-$218. Book tickets here.

Jurong Point Food Feastival

Image: Jurong Point Food Feastival

Jurong Point is hosting its very own Food Feastival featuring street food and fun activities from now till 10 September. Check out over 20 stalls at The Feastival Fair offering the best street foods from Japan, Thailand, China, Malaysia and the US. During this period there will also be live performances and demonstrations (including Haidilao’s famous Dancing Noodle Man!) and food challenges. From 11 to 29 September, there will be an Air-Conditioned Food Bazaar at JP1 Centre Stage featuring ChubTutu’s tutu kueh, O.M.G – Sweet Potato Ball, Grilled King Oyster Mushroom, Teochew Meat Puff, Golden Bee – Japanese Pizza & Takoyaki, Ramly Burger, Thai Fried Banana and more.

Deets: The Feastival Fair 28 August – 10 September; Air-Conditioned Food Bazaar 11 to 29 September at Jurong Point, 1 Jurong West Central 2, Singapore 648886

Now Is Not the Time Exhibition Celebrates Lee Kuan Yew

Now Is Not the Time exhibition

Now Is Not the Time is a first-of-its-kind immersive art exhibition that merges virtual production, Artificial Intelligence (AI), generative art, architecture, sculpture, film and music. This new installation is a homage to Singapore’s founding father Lee Kuan Yew on his 100th birthday, and it explores Singapore’s rich historical narrative while celebrating the country’s technological prowess. The exhibition visit takes around 30 – 45 minutes and is free – just book a time slot. It’s open to all ages from 13 years old and above.

Deets: 10 – 24 September 2023, 11am – 8pm, 25 Pasir Panjang Road Singapore 117536

Sunda Festival 2023

flea markets singapore popup fairs singapore Sunda Festival 2023
Image Credit: Sunda Festival

You’re invited to step away from the hustle and bustle of the city and immerse yourself in nature, live music, delicious food and even better community at Sunda Festival 2023. This music and arts festival celebrates talent from Asia-Pacific from DJs to bands, electronic acts, visual creatives and more, where you’ll get to dance the night away. There will be exciting activities for the whole family such as wellness and meditation workshops. Purchase a one-day pass to enjoy the buzzing atmosphere for a day or book a two-day-one-night pass and camp out in nature for the full immersive experience. Your ticket also includes a free one-way bus ticket from the festival site to Jurong East MRT station (pre-book your seat before you go). Free for kids under 12 years old. Get your tickets here.

Deets: 30 September, 1pm – 1 October 11pm, tickets from $93 – $118 (festival tickets) and from $120 – $300 (tents or huts), Sarimbun Scout Camp, 70 Jln Bahtera, Singapore 719921

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