The biggest ever pop-up winter themed attraction to come to Singapore, Ice Magic: The Great Fantasy on Ice will transport you away from the tropical heat of Singapore to a snowy winter wonderland.
The indoor attraction is divided into two sections – the Snow and Ice sections. In the Snow Section, you can experience real snow, courtesy of the same snow-making machines used in the Beijing Winter Olympics 2022.
With daily snowfalls of fresh snow every hour, you can build a snowman, make snow angels, or bounce on ‘snow clouds’.
The powder is really soft and the snow can get quite deep in certain places!
The Snow Section also houses a 70m snow slope – the longest and tallest in Singapore!
The Ice Section features a variety of never-seen-before attractions, including Ice Bowling and Ice Curling.
There is also a 260 sqm ice rink where you can try your hand at sledding and ice cycling, with both single and tandem bikes available.
And of course, no visit to the Ice Section would be complete without sliding down the 4.5m high figure-8 Ice Slide!
For some refreshments, head to the Ice Bar where you can enjoy a variety of cold beers and ice-themed cocktails.
Chocolate Origin will also be operating a pop-up cafe and will hold a "secret-code" mini-game where visitors can win prizes with every entry.
Things to note: Jackets and boots will be provided though we would recommend bringing your own gloves and beanies as well to stay warm and comfortable.
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