Calling all bookworm adults, parents, children and teens, Popular Bookfest @ Singapore opens today!
As a kid, I love visiting POPULAR bookstore to purchase their latest stationeries and I was obsessed with glitter colour pens back then. Ever since I left school, I never really pop into a Popular bookstore till today. It’s like this mega Popular bookstore here at Suntec Singapore Convention Centre, Hall 401 – 405. There are not only things to purchase at discounted prices but also an array of fun learning activities catering to both young and old. There are book launches, book signing sessions, celebrity meet-and-greets as well as album launches.
In addition, there is also a Tibits carnival which is also held within the same compound. They’ve got an amazing selection of imported snakcs, organic treats and local favourite snacks. You might also want to try on luck by taking part in the Grand Draw where you could bring home $10,000 worth of gold!
As I was at the opening of the Bookfest @ Singapore, I get to be one of the first few shoppers there to check out what’s in store.
There were also booths showcasing some innovative toys for children.
Check out these lovely 2016 notebooks by POPULAR. There have coloring pages in these notebook too.
From IT gadgets, stationeries, books, gifts, educational aids to toys, it’s the best place for parents to spend time with their children here.
I went gaga when I saw this fruit-inspired cushions! I should have taken more pictures with it!
The SD cards are on huge discounts! I bought a 64G SD card from Kingston for only $28.
Parents could bring their children here to pick their early christmas gifts! It is timely at the bookfest is held close to Christmas.
POPULAR is also celebrating its 25th anniversary of their own membership programme. If you are a POPULAR member, you are in for a treat! Members can enjoy up to 60% discount and attend the Frozen Sing-along Party during the bookfest on 13 December.
I brought home Johanna Basford’s Secret Garden Journal (20% off the original price) as well as some coloring pencils from Staedtler which costs me less than $4. These high-quality color pencils are made in Germany and the colours are gorgeous. There were also a variety of coloring books for adults sold there. Coloring therapy seems like the in thing right now.