Waking up in 2046 and Singapore has been plagued with an epidemic called Emptyism. Due to a lack of hawker food and patients are feeling empty, causing mass suicides.
In teams, adventurers will have to embark on a journey to eat and collect hawker food samples around Chinatown as a wonder cure for the epidemic. Within the time limit and with insufficient money, the adventurers would have to battle a surprise situation, that nope, we’re not saying. Okay, we will reveal. They would have to engage in a life-sized game of Gyan Chauper.
Characteristics : Outdoor, From mild physical activity to intense depending on location selected
Venue : Suggested locations are Chinatown, Little India, Geylang
Main focus : Bonding, Communication, Planning
Group Size : 20 to 100
Duration : 3 to 4 hours
What you say about us / Testimonials
“It’s an awesome programme. We loved it. And we knew about Singapore and not only our friends out there, we can do a great skit. Great programme.”
– Kumar ,HR Business Partner, IST, Eastern Hemisphere at BP (18th Nov 2016)
“Yeah. Definitely. The activities organised by Village Singapura was very interactive, very diverse. It really reflected the value of diversity which we try to embody in our company, in BP. Yes, I highly recommend it, especially for big teams, their different stations where they do different challenges. It’s full of surprises as well. So we get to learn about ourselves and also other people. It’s highly recommended. Thanks for having us!”
– Miles Horca ,Head Of HR, Shipping Eastern Hemisphere and Maritime Employment Businesses at BP (18th Nov 2016)
“This is really a very interesting program that Village Singapura has organised, very nostalgic. This is also a timely reflection of the old challenges and works of Singapore and Singaporeans have gone through, which we managed to experience through the games. So very good work done by the team!”
– Peter Lee, Deputy Director for Licensing, Inspection & Audit, Ministry Of Health (9th Jan 2017)
“Today is our retreat, we really had fun this afternoon and we really enjoyed in the 3 activities – the chapteh, Indian spices and Chinese paper cutting. The time was just right, and I’m glad that we got to know each other better so it’s great, and overall it was a fun experience.”
– Betty, *ask Elton*, Ministry Of Health (9th Jan 2017)