Otah & Friends: Camp Stardust - The Biggest Adventure To Date

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This school holiday, Otah & Friends will be bringing visitors on the biggest adventure to date as they venture through a magical forest!

Updated (22 Nov 2011): Added images and our experience

Venue: National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178897 (Exhibition Gallery, Basement Level)
Date: 16 Nov 2021 - 20 Mar 2022
Admission: $24 per pax

Following three successful escape rooms at Gardens by the Bay and Suntec City, Otah & Friends is back with its fourth and biggest outlet - Camp Stardust at the National Museum of Singapore. Families can look forward to new immersive gameplay, otter-themed photo booths, and more at the National Museum.

A Forest Adventure

At Otah & Friends: Camp Stardust, little ones can expect a fun twist on a forest adventure where exciting challenges and characters await as they embark on a light-hearted escape room that features imaginative storytelling, a multi-room set and interactive game technology.

Save The Fallen Star

In Otah & Friends: Camp Stardust, families must race against time to help an ancient fallen star reunite with the night sky. Recruited as Stardust Scouts, visitors will complete various challenges to collect four courage badges to help the star grow and glow.

Participants have to navigate through a dark maze, rummage through a ball pit, climb over and under a ropes obstacle course and play an Otah & Friends original arcade game to acquire their courage badges! You will also pick up tidbits of knowledge on the William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings that the setup was inspired from. 

Meet Sambal The Sambar

The forest at Camp Stardust holds many secrets about the region’s plants and animals waiting to be uncovered, including a new character - Sambal the Sambar Deer, an elusive local species that will be introduced for the first time, as part of Otah & Friends.

If you’re lucky, you can also catch larger-than-life mascots of Otah, Billy and Luckee at Otah & Friends: Camp Stardust!

Our Experience 

We had the opportunity to visit Otah & Friends: Camp Stardust when it opened. Mummy Valerie and her daughter was excited to see what will be offered at this new outlet after visiting the previous ones, and here's what she thought of the experience! 

At first glance, we noticed how spacious the entrance is as compared to the other outlets. There are photo booths on each end of the room. The colourful and cute merchandise attracted my daughter to look at them before we even began the camp experience.

At the start, our guide brought us under a tent and gave us a puzzle that will give us a clue of our ‘mission’! Families will also meet Otah in a briefing video before starting the adventure! Once the clock started, we had to venture into 4 areas to find courage badges. Not to spoil the surprise, but we had the most fun in the room with the ball pit! 

One of the highlight for us was the self-studio where we got to take photos with Otah & Friends props provided after completing the mission. This is super fun and definitely a fun bonding activity to do with your child. Do note that there are additional charges for the photos. 

We will also like to highlight the following for families 

  • The drawings of plants and animals in the magical forest are inspired by the National Musuem of Singapore’s William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings.
  • You will find an expanded merchandise offerings
  • Don't miss some crazy fun at the 2 Photo booths and Self Studio

Dates & Times

Otah & Friends: Camp Stardust will open to the public on 15 November 2021 at the National Museum of Singapore and will run till 20 March 2022. The whole experience duration will be 55 minutes.

Opening Hours

  • School Holidays Season: 10 am - 7 pm (daily)
  • Non School Holidays Season: 1 pm - 7 pm (Weekdays, closed Tue), 10 am - 7 pm (Weekends & PH)

Pricing Details

  • Regular Ticket at $24/pax (min. 2 pax)
  • Group Tickets for 5 at $19/pax

Online ticketing at www.otahandfriends.com begins on 8 November 2021


National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178897 (Exhibition Gallery, Basement Level)



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This article is prepared by

Jiarong Yu
Daddy to 2 adorable little ones. Misses them the moment they are not around, regrets missing them the moment they are around.

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