Science Centre unveils SG’s largest bottle cap mural

The mural is made up of 18,000 bottle caps from households across Singapore.

Charlotte Chang

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Published: 30 November 2021, 11:40 AM

Science Centre Singapore has unveiled Singapore’s largest bottle cap mural, CAPtivate, setting a new record in the Singapore Book of Records.

Made up of 18,000 bottle caps donated by Singaporeans across the island, the 14m by 2m mural was created as part of the learning festival UNTAME, which aimed to promote environmental awareness.

Just last Saturday, the Centre set a new Singapore Book of Records with CAPtivate, Singapore’s Largest Bottle Cap Mural....

Posted by Science Centre Singapore on Monday, November 29, 2021

Other creative initiatives under UNTAME include transforming unwanted CDs into beautiful dreamcatchers, which are on display at the kinetic garden from Dec 3.


Children were given the opportunity to learn more about upcycling techniques of old everyday items at the festival. PHOTO CREDIT: FACEBOOK/SCIENCE CENTRE SINGAPORE


From Dec 3 to 5, Science Centre will extend its opening hours to 10.30pm for the After Dark segment of the festival, where there will be various activities and performances for visitors to enjoy, including a high-tech special effects show and an immersive installation about the environment. 

Amidst the exciting line-up, don’t forget to check out the mural and some of their other upcycled projects before it’s gone!

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