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Immersive experiences at The Bubble Tea Factory in Singapore

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An immersive, multi-sensory experience called The Bubble Tea Factory is heading to Singapore. The bubble tea-themed attraction includes ten installations.

Designed to stimulate the mind and senses, The Bubble Tea Factory (TBTF) boasts ten installations across 7,000 square feet.

Immersive highlights include the Blue Coral Utapioca, a whimsical zone where guests can lounge under boba trees.

Visitors can also dive into a large pit filled with pearls at the Pearl Pit, and can swing on a giant pearl in the style of Miley Cyrus’ ‘Wrecking Ball’.

 ‘An increasing appetite for experiential leisure’

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They’ll also get the chance to pose with an IV drip of bubble tea, and will be given a Boba Booster Pack – a set of limited-edition collectible cards.

At the end of the exhibit, guests can enjoy a cup of bubble tea on the house, as well as bubble tea-inspired treats.

Mr Weiting Tan, Founder of The Bubble Tea Factory, said: “There’s an increasing appetite for experiential leisure, and we hope to satiate that demand with the best bubble tea experience right in the heart of Singapore.

“Our goal is to create a fantasy land to bring our love for bubble tea to a whole new level, and take each visitor on an immersive and multi-sensory journey into a world of happiness – where they can create unforgettable memories with their friends and families.”

Swing on a giant pearl, lounge under boba trees

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The Bubble Tea Factory is open from October 19 to December 18. It is located at *SCAPE, 2 Orchard Link, Singapore 237978.

Elsewhere, Tru Kids, the parent company of Toys ‘R’ Us, is partnering with Candytopia on an immersive play experience called Toys ‘R’ Us Adventure.

Meanwhile, Arcadia Earth, an immersive augmented reality (AR) journey around the planet, has arrived in New York City.

Images: The Bubble Tea Factory

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A journalist specialising in entertainment and attractions, Bea loves theme parks (mainly Disney) and is particularly interested in things of a gothic, horror or fantasy nature.

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