You probably know Meiji for its incredible range of delicious chocolates, snacks and dairy products—but have you heard of their inaugural food race? Come Saturday, 23 May 2015, you and your family and friends can experience the first ever Meiji food-inspired 5km fun run in Singapore!

Gathering at the Port of Lost Wonder in Sentosa, everyone will be flagged off in ten waves starting from 4:00 p.m in 10min intervals. After the turning point, runners will encounter their first challenge—the Meiji Plain Crackers Maze, made out of more than 130,000 pieces of crackers! Then, expect to be tickled with glee as you run or wade through a pool of…Meiji Bulgaria Yoghurt! Or at least, what looks and feels like it. The best time to capture those smiles and laughter would be at the next attraction, an instant photo booth with the adorable Hello Panda and Fresh Milk Cow mascots.

The festivities continue in MejiLand! Of course, you’ll get to feast on chocolate, fondue, milk, yoghurt and more at the Meji Buffet. Be prepared to stock up your pantry as you lap up great discounts on various Meiji dairy and confectionary products at the signature Meiji Fair.

Have a splashing good time at the Port of Lost Wonder, Sentosa’s kids water playground. Catch live performances of some of the best local talents and DJs in town, including the spectacular light and drum show by Singapore’s very own Urban Drum Crew! Alternatively, unwind with a relaxing yoga session post-run on the beach.

Is Your Appetite Whet?

Ending on 15 March 2015, early bird fees are priced at S$65 per pax. Normal fees cost S$75 and registration will close on 5 April 2015. Children aged 2 years and under can go for free but without any entitlement.

Participants will get S$120 worth of gifts including: a branded sports tee, cooler bag, limited edition cow or panda plushie, bib, Meiji Finisher’s Medal, a Meiji Land cup and bowl set, and many more!

Yuyi Lim

Yuyi is pursuing her studies in communications and communities. Now she relishes in the blend of both entities: communicating ideas to this magazine's community. As the lead news writer, her passion lies in helping people find interesting and timely news through the writing she provides.

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