Let it go at Bedok Mall

Let it go at Bedok Mall

School's out so, kids, it's time to let yourself go at Bedok Mall during the Great Singapore Sale (GSS), with activities based on the animated movie, Frozen.

Be blown away by a live performance of the film's hit song Let It Go, and participate in numerous art and craft activities.

These include a workshop to re-create Olaf - the cheeky snowman from Frozen - hair braiding and eyeliner sessions, as well as snow globe- and tiara-making workshops.

Those who have always wanted to be a princess can give it a go at Bedok Mall. They can enter the Frozen best dressed competition and give their best shot at portraying Princess Elsa and Princess Anna, the protagonists in the film.

For shoppers who might have grown out of costumes and tiaras, Bedok Mall has other exciting GSS events.

Celebrity Chef Wan, famed for his extensive knowledge of Malaysian cuisine, will be at the mall on June 21 to give a cooking demonstration.

With more than 20 years of experience under his belt, he had also been invited to give cooking demonstrations, as well as conduct talks, in England, Spain and other parts of the world.

At Bedok Mall, Chef Wan will also be signing his newest book, titled How Food Connects My Whole Family.

Shoppers can also check out a wide range of deals. These include World Cup-themed T-shirts going for just $35 for two at Fox Kids & Baby, instead of the usual price of $19.90 each, and a free herbal jelly with six baked buns bought from Pau Wang.

FairPrice Finest is offering a number of products at discounted prices as well.

For instance, a bottle of Thompson Estate Andrea Reserve Cabernet Merlot wine is going for $41. That's $10 off the usual price.

And what better way to end the day than to get rewarded for simply shopping. The first 5,000 shoppers to spend $200 will each get a $10 CapitaVoucher.

Why wait? Make a trip down to Bedok Mall today.

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