Otah & Friends’ latest instalment is a camping & outdoor-themed playground

by Vera

Hailed almost as Singapore’s national animal now, otters live harmoniously in our midst, going about their daily lives alongside us. They’ve even made their way to our TraceTogether app update. So when Otah & Friends first popped up, it didn’t come as a surprise to have our favourite little critters anthropomorphised.

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First look at the space

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Alongside volumes two and three โ€” Otah & Friends: Blast Off and Otah & Friends: Grocery Run respectively โ€” Camp Stardust is the latest instalment held at and in collaboration with the National Museum of Singapore. If you’ve already visited any of the previous activity spaces, you’d know that this isn’t just any walk through or merely a photo spot for the ‘gram.

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A race against time

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At Otah & Friends, there’s always an element of fun and gamification within the interactive space. Ah, but that’s not all. The installation is not only good fun, but also educational regardless of age because participants will get to learn about Singapore’s wildlife and landscape through educational materials weaved into the exhibition.

And as for the overall objective of the game? Collect all four courage badges and place them on the tree stump to unlock a magical space.

Themed rooms

Otah & Friends
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Themed rooms such as the Grubby Grove, Ancient Star Tree, Valley of Vines, Moody Cave, and The Deep End span across 4,000 sqft, making Camp Stardust the biggest Otah & Friends installation yet. Navigate through tangly ropes, a ball pit, and other fun courses that will have you experiencing the space with all five senses.

Otah & Friends
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Photo booth & merch

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Photo booths are back in trend these days, and it’s a great little piece of Otah & Friends to bring home with you and remember this day by. A 15-minute session in the photo booth costs $30 for five 4R photo prints, and can fit up to five people.

Speaking of bringing things home with you, you can actually bag home the otter-ly adorable Otah, his friends, or all of them in the form of soft, cuddly plushies. You can also find masks, notebooks, snacks, apparel, colouring books, and more here.

Book an afternoon with Otah & Friends here.

Otah & Friends: Camp Stardust
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๐Ÿ“ National Museum of Singapore, Exhibition Gallery: 93 Stamford Rd, Basement, Singapore 178897
๐Ÿ•’ 10amโ€“7pm (Daily)
๐Ÿ—“๏ธ 15 Nov 2021 to 20 Mar 2022

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