From 24 December 2021 to 20 March 2022, Downtown East's got a dinosaur-themed interactive indoor playground! Located at Let's Play @ D'Marquee, it's right next to the SG's very own container hotel
and Uncle Ringo Carnival at Downtown East's Begonia Open Air Carpark. A theme park, an interactive playground and a unique hotel all in one area, there is so much excitement happening at Downtown East this month ?
P.S. Check out all that Downtown East has to offer here! From attractions to halal food, you won't be bored.
Downtown East's Jurassic Dinosaur Adventure ParkCredit: asrafrashid85 on Instagram
Downtown East's Jurassic Dinosaur Adventure Park is an interactive indoor playground that hosts a charming primaeval forest area. Home to different kinds of dinosaurs, this forest area has tons of IG-worthy photo opportunities and games for children, making it the perfect spot for family fun!
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Check out the dinosaur riding area, where the little ones can hop onto one of the few dinosaurs designed to move and growl the way a dinosaur might! Younger kids may also enjoy the dinosaur-themed train ride which takes kids around a track decorated with a variety of plants and dinosaurs.
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Head to the main play zone and you'll find a lot of fun-filled activities. Drop by the bouncy castle or the ball pit with an interactive wall for hours of play or bounce along to the trampolines and slides for that extra dose of excitement! Younger kids may also enjoy the toddler zone, which features a lower slide and a sandpit for kids to play in.
Happening till 13 February 2022, tickets go from $25 onward. Make sure to get your tickets from Downtown East's website while you can!
Halal Food In Downtown East
After you've had your fill of fun, check out the many halal food options nearby! From burgers to old school local delights, there's a variety of halal food for you to try. ?
Missing travel to Japan and Korea? This is where you can get a halal fusion of two of our favourite cuisines.
Their easy and casual self-service kiosk and QR Ordering concept is super convenient and they've got a variety of tasty dishes for you to choose from.
started out selling just rice bowls, but they’ve expanded into ramen bowls and now TEPPAN hotplate grills
too! Their teppan dish, Soy Garlic Steak Teppan combo,
has tender and juicy New Zealand tenderloin steak is topped with their in-house concocted soy garlic butter for a creamy and rich texture in every bite. ? While you’re at OMOOMO, don’t miss out on their signature DON rice bowls
either. They have a delicious selection of signature options to satisfy every craving. If you can’t decide which chicken DON to go for, try out their Ji-Ji Don
($10.90), which has 3 types of chicken in an all-in-one bowl! ?
All OMOOMO outlets are halal-certified
2. Ministry of Burgers
Specialising in all things Ramly Burger, Ministry of Burger's meals come in a set with cooling drinks and a side of fries. Choose from their manyRamly Burger
variations to complete the perfect meal of your choice! From single patty to double patty, your appetites will definitely be satisfied by the end of the meal.
Dubbed the King of all Ramly Burgers, Ministry of Burgers' Thunder Burgeris definitely a menu item for the books. It has four patties of succulent meat
wedged between freshly toasted burger buns. Add to that extra veggies, cheese and sauces and you'll get that perfect, juicy burger crunch! They've also got single and double patty Ramly burgers for you to choose from, so if you're craving that special taste of Singaporean street food you've not been able to get in a while, this is how you can do so.
Ministry of Burgers Halal Status:
3. Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles
With over 300 outlets across China and numerous food awards, this halal eatery is not to be messed with. Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef Noodles'
savoury and delicious noodles give you a taste of authentic Chinese hand-pulled noodles
, without having to go to China!
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First created by Hui Chinese Muslims, this stall uses recipes dating all the way back to the Tang Dynasty. Tuck into this historic feast at Downtown East's outlet for a filling and hearty meal
between all the fun!
Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef NoodlesHalal status:
4. Richton Cafe
Fancy some old school, halal local delights? This underrated hidden gem will have you in heaven. Just across Pasir Ris' Downtown East is a little cafe called Richton. It's halal-certified and sells pretty delicious homemade-tasting dishes. From Nasi Lemak to Fish & Chips, there's a little something for everyone. And they're all affordable!
P.S. It's also home to Singapore's first Sugarcane Ice Blended Drink! If you're coming here to eat a meal, don't ignore the drinks stall. Run by two close friends, these drink connoisseurs are masters at making drinks.
They're the only shop in Singapore to sell Ice Blended Sugarcane. A mix of Singaporean flavour and all that we love (bubble tea!), this is a treat that'll leave you in love. Perfect for warm weather, it goes at only $3.20 for a small and $3.70 for a large.
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So if you're spending the day running around a dinosaur-themed park, no worries! ? Not only are there plenty of exciting activities to do in the area, there's delicious, mouth-watering food to accompany them as well!