Planning your next trip to Singapore with a visit to Universal Studios and Marina Bay Sands? Well, there’s a new attraction you can add onto that list, though unfortunately, it’s for a limited time only.
Boba lovers rejoice, for Singapore is opening a Boba Tea theme park called The Bubble Tea Factory!
The theme park will be open on the 19th of October until the 18th of December 2019, here’s what boba fans can expect from Singapore’s newest attraction:
They have various spots across the theme park that make for amazingly aesthetic Instagram shots that’ll make all your friends jealous!
You can also come in like a boba ball, just like Miley did.
Submerge yourself in pearls
If you truly can’t ever get enough of bubbles, bobas, and pearls, this pearl pit will give you the fix you need.
Adorable bubble tea merchandise
You can bring home lovable little plush toys, bottles, and tumblers (so that you can reduce plastic waste when ordering your next boba drink), AirPod cases, mugs and so forth to commemorate your visit!
They even have boba-themed baby items for your little bundles of joy!
Every admission ticket comes with bubble tea and treats
Tickets won’t just include entrance into the theme park but also complimentary bubble tea from brands such as Jenjudan and Bober Tea alongside some bubble-tea inspired treats!
And the best part of it all? There’s crowd control!
The Bubble Tea Factory only allows 80 people per admission so that you can thoroughly enjoy the experience without having to worry about anyone getting in your Instagram shot.
Best of all, when the theme park opens on the 19th of October 2019, the first 1,000 people in line will get free admission!
Other information includes:
Ticket pricing: S$24 (RM73.40) for weekdays & S$28 (RM86) for weekends
Dates: 19th of October 2019 – 18th of December 2019
Monday to Friday: 4pm to 10pm
Saturday, Sunday, (Singaporean) Public Holiday and (Singaporean) Public Holiday Eve: 10am to 10pm
Location: *SCAPE, 2 Orchard Link, Singapore 237978
Tickets can be purchased here.
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