Following three successful runs at Gardens by the Bay and Suntec City, Otah & Friends is back this year end holidays with a new edition.
Occupying over 4,000 square feet at National Museum Singapore, Otah & Friends: Camp Stardust will be the largest outlet to date!
From 15 November, visitors will be able to go on an adventure through a magical forest, featuring plants and animals inspired by the National Museum of Singapore's William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings.
Experience new immersive interactive game play, photobooths, and more!
In Otah & Friends: Camp Stardust, you'll need to race against time to reunite an ancient fallen star with the night sky.
Complete a series of challenges in order to earn courage badges to help the star grow and glow.
The game will take you to four different themed rooms where you'll have to find your way through a dark maze, rummage through a ball pit, conquer a ropes obstacle course, and play an original Otah & Friends arcade game in order to collect the courage badges!
Along the way, you'll also learn interesting bits of knowledge about the William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings.
Camp Stardust will also introduce a new character, Sambal the Sambar Deer, a rare local species that is waiting to be uncovered.
If you're lucky, you may even catch a glimpse of Otah, Billy, and Luckee mascots!
Visitors can look forward to Singapore's first ever kids-sized photo booth and otter themed self studio.
The photo taking options are in collaboration with Dollop Photobooth.
Complete the experience with a line of Otah & Friends merchandise such as character plushies, apparel, picture books, and limited edition Christmas merchandise.
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Date: 15 Nov 2021 - 20 Mar 2022
Location: National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road Singapore 178897 (Exhibition Gallery, Basement Level)
Duration: 55 minutes
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