The sculpture still has the film’s title in the center, with Sisu the dragon peeking over it. The border around the title has changed to have plants and vines. Raya stands to the right in a different pose.
Tuk Tuk, Raya’s loyal sidekick, is now next to her instead of on the other side of the sculpture.
One of the artists was working on Tuk Tuk’s eye.
The other artist was working on a new version of the Ongis, who are stacked on top of each other next to the title. You may notice the artists were also wearing shirts with the Ongis on the back.
Above the Ongis, Tong holds baby Noi in his hand. Tong and Noi were not featured in the original sculpture.
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Boun has also been added to the sculpture, next to Tuk Tuk.
Within a few hours, the new version of the sculpture was complete
Guests can view the sculpture at Discovery Island Stage.