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Subway Big Museum of Taste opens on 10 August in Singapore

There will be digital installations and interactive activities.

Subway is set to open its Subway Big Museum of Taste from 10 to 30 August 2022 in Singapore.

The museum, spanning over 6,00 square feet, will feature digital installations and interactive activities to celebrate Singapore’s National Day.

It will be located at 11 Prinsep Link, managed by the Singapore Land Authority.

Fun-filled installations include the seven metre long Italian BMT sub at the entrance, trivia games and art walls.

Crowds will be managed through online registration and collection of near field communication (NFC) tags at the museum.

“We are extremely proud to bring a sandwich museum of this scale for the first time in the world for Subway, and even more so, during the celebration of Singapore’s birthday. As we continue on our multi-year transformation journey at Subway, it is moments like this that we have with our guests that continue to drive our momentum,” said Eric Foo, president of Subway Asia Pacific.

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