OUE Downtown Gallery kicked off July with a series of events and experiences designed to inject vibrancy into the urban community at the Downtown Core area by setting a record for Singapore’s Longest Fruit Mosaic.
This attempt brought together Singaporean youths and families to create a 200-metre-long fruit mosaic that stretched the entire length of Downtown Gallery!
In celebration of International Fruits Festival, close to 80 recent graduates from Nanyang Polytechnic, Ngee Ann Polytechnic and Singapore Polytechnic worked on creating a massive mosaic that used a mix of red and green apples, lemons and oranges.
The presentative from the Singapore Book of Records announced the official record and presented the certificate! Following the presentation, the fruits will then be cleaned, repackaged and donated to communities in need, which includes the Kampong Chai Chee Community Club, Bishan Community Club and Hougang Sheng Hong Family Service Centre.
Singapore’s Longest Fruit Mosaic was the first in a series of themed events and experiences that will be hosted at the new Downtown Gallery.
During the event, there were Fruit-themed pop-ups, such as the juice bar, FRESHE, the lifestyle and fitness app, GuavaLabs, the frozen natural yoghurt store, smöoy, and lastly the gourmet grocer and café, THE PROVIDORE.
Members of the public enjoyed complimentary juices, guavas, toppings and ice cream sandwiches when they quoted ‘Singapore’s Longest Fruit Mosaic’ at any of the Pop-up stores.
We were glad to meet up with Baby Rena and Mommy Chewy at the event too, and this was my first time saying hello to the very cute 3 months old Baby Rena after my last visit to her at the hospital! This event was definitely better with the meet up of Baby Rena!
Thanks OUE Downtown Gallery for having us at the event, and do visit this newly-opened mall which is located at the Downtown Core (CBD).
OUE Downtown Gallery
6 Shenton Way
Open from 10.00 am – 9.00 pm daily
For more information, please visit http://downtowngallery.com.sg