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Disney Tsum Tsum Pop-Up Is Now In The East With Autumn Decor & Claw Machines

Tsum Tsum Pop-Up at Downtown East


It was only in July 2021 that the first Disney Tsum Tsum Pop-Up appeared at Suntec City – to the glee of all fans. But if you’ve visited Suntec recently, you may have noticed that the store is now no longer around – not to worry, it’s not gone for good.

Disney’s Tsum Tsum Pop-Up has now moved to Downtown East, albeit quietly. If you’ve missed your opportunity to grab your plushies and T-shirts at Suntec, swing by the east side for merch galore and Disney-themed arcade games.


Winnie The Pooh photo ops and arcade games


Disney’s Tsum Tsum Pop-Up is located in a retail space along E!Avenue with high ceilings and plenty of natural light – perfect for your photos. In celebration of autumn season and Winnie The Pooh’s 95th Anniversary – feel old yet?  – the store is decorated with bits of oak and autumn-themed decor. 


Image credit: Kezia Tan

It’s not too heavily adorned, but enough for some photo ops for fans of Pooh and friends.

Much like Suntec’s version, this one comes with a handful of arcade games. Try your luck at the scoop machines and claw machines filled with official Disney plushies like Mickey Mouse, Stitch and Chip and Dale. 

Each claw machine game costs two medals or $1 per try. Medals are priced as follows:

  • $1 for 2 medals
  • $5 for 10 medals
  • $20 for 44 medals


18 medals each
Image credit: Kezia Tan

Also use these same medals for their sure-win gachapon machines or capsule-dispensing machines filled with Toy Story, Mickey and Dumbo keychain plushies.

Possibly the cutest thing in this store is the Tsum Tsum tower, filled with adorable mini figurines. Mix and match your favourite Disney characters out of the 24 available – you can take home as many as you can fit into their glass jars ($28 for small and $48 for large)!


Mini-figurines from Winnie The Pooh, Chip and Dale and Toy Story.

Official t-shirts, floor mats and bedsheets are some of the things you can shop to “Disney-fy” your home.

You don’t have to spend a bomb as there are affordable finds here like this Mickey Stamp, priced at $4.90.


In case you love ice gems, we’ll have you know it seems our friend Minnie does too ($21.90)


Visit Disney Tsum Tsum Pop-Up at Pasir Ris


While we love Disney, official merch isn’t always the easiest to come by. So, we’re more than glad for this Disney Tsum Tsum Pop-Up at Pasir Ris, with merch that Easties can easily grab in the ‘hood. While the end date for the event has yet to be announced, you can stay tuned to Downtown East’s Facebook page for more details. 

Another thing to bookmark on your calendar if you’re a Disney buff is the Pop-Up Disney! A Mickey Celebration happening at Suntec in November.

Disney Tsum Tsum Pop-Up
Address:  #01-307 E!Avenue, Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Singapore 519599
Opening hours: 11AM-10PM, Daily

Disney Tsum Tsum Pop-Up website 


Photography by Li Hai Yang.

Kezia Tan

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