The Bubble Tea Factory's multi-sensory exhibition open at SCAPE Mall for limited time only
Bubble tea fans, your wildest dreams are a reality now. A pop-up exhibition dedicated to the sugary drink is slated to open at *SCAPE mall in Orchard next weekend on 19 October.
The Bubble Tea Factory, which will run for two months until 18 December, promises to be an “immersive” and “multi-sensory” experience. Visitors can expect to see and interact with a number of installations centred around their favourite drink.
While not all exhibits have been announced yet, the ones that we know about include a massive bubble tea “pearl” ball pit, an installation that lets you take photos seated in a chair with a bubble tea IV drip, and a giant pink bubble tea pearl wrecking ball, a la Miley Cyrus-style.
Besides the installations, the exhibit also features a number of interactive challenges that visitors can try out with their friends. A store selling bubble tea-themed merchandise also be there, with items such as bubble tea plushies up for grabs.
Tickets for The Bubble Tea Factory are going for $24 each on weekdays, and $28 for weekends and public holidays.
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