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Five ways to get your Minion fix in Singapore

Are you one of the many “Minions” fans who can’t get enough of the pill-shaped, tone deaf - and absolutely adorable! - yellow creatures after catching the 'Despicable Me' here?

From fast food to high-end hairpieces, here’s our list of how to get your fix in Minion-manic Singapore.

The fast-food chain being completely invaded by Minions – the things are plastered all over its glass walls in decals, and stills from the movie hover behind hungry diners chowing down on Minion-themed banana pies and the banana chocolate McFlurry.
The fast-food chain being completely invaded by Minions – the things are plastered all over its glass walls in decals, and stills from the movie hover behind hungry diners chowing down on Minion-themed banana pies and the banana chocolate McFlurry.




1.     The Minions invade McDonalds


The fast-food chain being completely invaded by Minions – the things are plastered all over its glass walls in decals, and stills from the movie hover behind hungry diners chowing down on Minion-themed banana pies and the banana chocolate McFlurry.

To complete your experience, order your food from staff members wearing Minion dungaree uniforms. Oh, and don't forget to bring home your Minion cable-tie or figurines in ten different designs.

Minion Monopoly, T-shirts, hairbrushes and even cookies – USS’ Minion Mart is a paradise for Minion fans with bad shopping habits.
Minion Monopoly, T-shirts, hairbrushes and even cookies – USS’ Minion Mart is a paradise for Minion fans with bad shopping habits.




2.     The Minion Mart at Universal Studios Sentosa

Minion Monopoly, T-shirts, hairbrushes and even cookies – USS’ Minion Mart is a paradise for Minion fans with bad shopping habits.

Whether you’re a Minion fan or someone just out to make a sartorial statement, you will definitely be getting some looks wearing these Minion headpieces from milliner Piers Atkinson.
Whether you’re a Minion fan or someone just out to make a sartorial statement, you will definitely be getting some looks wearing these Minion headpieces from milliner Piers Atkinson.





3.     High-end Minion headwear

Whether you’re a Minion fan or someone just out to make a sartorial statement, you will definitely be getting some looks wearing these Minion headpieces from milliner Piers Atkinson.

Beanies, bowlers and caps festooned artistically with Minion eyes in signature colors of yellow and blue don’t come cheap – prices start from $520 up to $890 and are available at On Pedder in Ngee Ann City.

What would happen if the Minions came to Singapore? <a href=http://www.acreativealt.com/#!What-Would-Minions-Do-in-Singapore/ccly/552674620cf215f35a50a98c>Imagine this scenario through the eyes of photographers Rizky Budiyanto and Sher Iqbal Texeira of Acreativealt. </a>





4.     Imagine what a Minion would do in Singapore


What would happen if the Minions came to Singapore? Imagine this scenario through the eyes of photographers Rizky Budiyanto and Sher Iqbal Texeira of Acreativealt.

The two of them brought Minion figurines touring around Singapore and checked out our most famous sights – find out what they thought about durian and Katong laksa.

Penang-based street artist Ernest Zacharevic joined in the Minion-mania when he transformed three gray, timeworn concrete stumps into three adorable Minions, one with its own banana dais.
Penang-based street artist Ernest Zacharevic joined in the Minion-mania when he transformed three gray, timeworn concrete stumps into three adorable Minions, one with its own banana dais.




5.     Snap a shot of the street-art Minions in Telok Kurau and put it up on Instagram


Penang-based street artist Ernest Zacharevic joined in the Minion-mania when he transformed three gray, timeworn concrete stumps into three adorable Minions, one with its own banana dais.

Hunt them down in a quiet private estate in Joo Chiat, take a photo of/with them, and put it up on Instagram, because, you know, you’re #hipster like that.