Lifestyle • December 6, 2018 • GTFO!GTFO! Inflatables Singaporelargest bouncy castleSentosaThe Beast bouncy castle We Got First Dibs To The Beast At GTFO! It’s an exhilarating 210-metre long inflatable obstacle course Check out how massive The Beast is! Being an adult who’s still a child at heart, I’ve always been envious of kids jumping freely on big bouncy castles in our local pasar malam. Well, if you’re just like me, you’re in luck as The Beast – world’s biggest and most viral inflatable for adults ages 18 and above – is joining us in GTFO! festival this weekend! The Beast has been all around the world from London and Sweden to even festivals like Tomorrowland in Belgium. What’s even more impressive is that it even made it into the Guinness World Records as the world’s largest inflatables! Plus, there are many fun mini-games in between each castle that you can play as an exciting little challenge. Here’s a quick rundown on what to expect at The Beast. It consists of 4 themed castles – Ninja Run, Ladies, Devils and Basketball. Each is perfect for snapping some cool Insta-stories, and are filled with a series of challenging and fun-filled obstacle courses like passing through “spikes”, crawling through hoops and tunnels and climbing your way up before sliding down a pretty steep slope. Ninja Run Ladies Spoiler alert: the devil-themed castle is the toughest with the most obstacles. Basketball If the thought of bouncing non-stop makes you sick, there are 6 “Silly Games” with life-sized items like Minesweeper, Wheel Of Life, Burn Some Rubber and more that you can play on the ground in between the inflatables for some breather before continuing on your journey. Burn Some Rubber Wheel Of Life Minesweeper If you’re feeling thirsty and hungry after completing The Beast, grab a bite and have a refreshing drink at famous F&B stalls like Singha Beer, Coco Loco, Saiko Butter Brew, Two Wings, Paul Bakery and many more! Adults – go ahead and refresh yourself with a can of Singha Beer. Source: @singhabeer Savour the sweet and creamy Butter Brew from Saiko. Source: @saikobutterbrew Cool down under the heat with a soft serve from Coco Loco. Source: @cocolocosg For the non-adventurous ones who aren’t up for The Beast, you can still enter GTFO! at free of charge and purchase some bites while you relax and enjoy the live music. Tickets for The Beast can be purchased at the door from just $50, but in case it gets all sold out, book yours here online at a cheaper price! Note: The crew will guide you to store your belongings safely before playing on The Beast. GTFO! 2018 Address: Palawan Green, Sentosa Island S099981 Date & Time: 7th – 9th Dec 2018 | 8AM – midnight GTFO! Admission Price: Free The Beast Admission Price: Standard 2-hour pass | $37 – $47 | VIP $97 Website This post was sponsored by GTFO!. Nelly SabrinaWhen she's not binge-watching her favourite YouTube videos, she mostly spends her time increasing the size of her tea stash. From British to Indian to Chinese tea, she collects everything especially Vanilla Earl Grey Tea.