You know nothing till you've seen Game of Thrones in VR

Visit Castle Black through the Oculus Rift headset and sit on the Iron Throne

If you want to see the huge white landscape from beyond The Wall in Game of Thrones, one option is to fly to North Iceland and visit Goðafoss, the spectacular waterfall featured in the show.

Or, you could go to Ion Orchard, basement 4, between 2 to 7 April from 10am to 10pm. No thick black garments of the Night's Watch required, you'll be donning an Oculus Rift headset and taking a 90-second trip into Castle Black and look beyond The Wall.

Be prepared for a snaking queue, but for StarHub customers, you get priority if you flash your phone displaying the StarHub network, present a StarHub bill between February to April 2016 or show that you can log in to the My StarHub or StarHub Go app.

Still, if the queue is long, you might want to drop by the green screen and take a photo with Drogon, the badass dragon that answers to no one but the Mother of Dragons, Daenerys Targaryen.

Or take a seat on the Iron Throne. Oh stop worrying, you'll walk away without a scratch and won't share the same fate as King Joffrey.

You can't stab people with the pointy end, but you can see a lot of pointy ends exhibited at the event. This includes Arya Stark's Needle, Ned Stark's Ice and the massive White Walker's sword that drives fear into any living being.

Unfortunately, we still don't have the answer to the most crucial question: is Jon Snow dead or alive? That'll have to wait till 25 April when the sixth season premieres on HBO (StarHub TV Ch 601) at 9am.

If you missed this telecast, keep away from social media to avoid spoilers till the same day primetime encore at 9pm.