There is an adventure in the magical forest awaiting children who come to Ikea Bangna tomorrow and Sunday.
Angna, a giant heart-shaped furry creature, will take children on an exciting adventure to the wonderland at Ikea Bangna this weekend.
Children aged between four and 10 will have the opportunity to become citizens of their own nation _ the Quingdom of Smaland.
With their new Smalish passport, they can then enjoy a fun-filled adventure in a magical forest created in the mall area close to Ikea's entrance especially for the National Children's Day.
Their first challenge will be to find the way out of the magical maze and Angna's castle.
Then they will move onto a slide which will take them into the magic forest where Angna, a giant heart-shaped furry creature who is the Quing (genderless) of Smaland, will need their help to hide from the dragon in the forest.
But then, the fun begins as the children and Angna battle the dragon by throwing soft balls into its large fiery mouth.
With all these adventures overcome, the children will have a chance to win the lucky draw prize and they can relax with special eco-arts and crafts activities such as hand-puppet ladybugs or paper hats. Additional benefits for children becoming citizens of Smaland will be personalised passports. They will also earn credits in their own currency called Smalish dollars for every subsequent visit to Ikea, plus a free drink and discounted kids meal, and a special Bug News delivered to their home three times a year.
For temporary members who have not been issued a passport, just head to the Bug House and have a photo taken tomorrow or Sunday.
The first 100 members will get a free soft toy.
To join the Smaland, just look for Bug House on the ground floor of Ikea Bangna and sign up for free to enjoy special surprises.