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Japan’s famous teamLab attraction is coming to Hong Kong this July

Hongkongers rejoice as you will soon have a new place to visit in the city. Hong Kong is finally getting its own teamLab in July! The launch of Japan’s famous digital art attraction in Hong Kong is a part of FWD’s 10th Anniversary.

Named teamLab Future Park, the local outpost will see MegaBox transform into a multi-sensory paradise. The interactive space covering 10,000 square feet area will feature six curated installations from around the world. So, mark your calendar for the opening of teamLab Hong Kong!

teamLab in Hong Kong: What to expect

The sizeable immersive space at teamLab Future Park Hong Kong will combine visual art and sensory effects. Among the must-see attractions is the ‘Graffiti Nature – Beating Mountains and Valleys, Red List’ featuring mountains of three-dimensional terrain that shifts and undulates as visual and physical cognition becomes separated. In addition, visitors can glimpse some endangered species in the International Union for Conversation’s Red List among other beautiful flora and fauna.

Do not miss out on the ‘Sliding Through the Fruit Field’ installation during your visit. As its name suggests, it is a slide filled with various fruits that “grow” on the slope. There are also bouncing balls around. You can expect many reactions as you slide down and hit a specific sphere type. For instance, when your body collides with the balls, they go flying off in all directions. Or, when a light blue ball which represents water hits the seeds, it blossoms!

Another ‘Light Ball Orchestra’ is like an attraction in teamLab Japan. However, the Hong Kong version has colourful balls which change colours accordingly. Visitors can use their bodies to interact with the balls and make music. Other interesting installations include the ‘Table Where People Live’ and ‘Hopscotch for Geniuses’. Meanwhile, over at ‘Sketch Town’ and ‘Sketch Town Papercraft’, visitors can unleash their creative side. The 2D drawings are scanned and become 3D, eventually creating a virtual 3D townscape right before your eyes!

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Discounted tickets are available for sale

Early bird tickets start from HKD 198 for adults (over 12 years old) and HKD 148 for children (three to 11 years old). Family packages start from HKD 500 and will be available from June 8 to July 9 on FWD Max’s platform and Trip.com. General tickets go on sale from July 9 onwards.

Tickets cost HKD 220 for adults and HKD 148 for children while packages start at HKD 560. Full-time students also have concession tickets available for HKD 198 during the general sale period and HKD 178 during the early bird sales. Students can only use the tickets on weekdays. Students must present their school ID card to enter the venue.

Admission is free for children aged two and under. Children aged 11 or younger must be accompanied by an adult with a ticket. The exhibition will last until January 14, 2024.

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(Once) the world’s most visited museum

Since 2001, art collective teamLab has been exploring ways to combine art, science, and technology to bridge the relationship between people and the world through art. teamLab held art shows in New York, London, Paris, Singapore, Melbourne and more.

The large-scale permanent art museums include teamLab Borderless in Odaiba, Tokyo and teamLab Planets in Toyosu, Tokyo. There are also permanent spaces in Shanghai, Macau, and Beijing too. In fact, teamLab Borderless was once the world’s most visited museum. It has welcomed millions of visitors across 160 countries and regions.

With the latest opening in Hong Kong, tickets are bound to get snatched up fast. So, be sure to get yours early!


Japan’s famous teamLab attraction is coming to Hong Kong this July

An introvert at heart, Jianne expresses herself best through her writing. This Filipino, Hong Kong-born native loves to cover food, entertainment, and culture. When she's not writing, you can find looking for the best eats in town, watching movies or Korean dramas, or travelling solo.


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