Hong Kong folks, are you ready to have an exciting time like never before? The city is about to get a new fun spot for adults and kids alike, and you certainly don’t want to miss it. Japan’s famous teamLab is bringing Future Park, its popular centre of digital art, to your city. It will soon be a new attraction in Hong Kong and will open its doors to the public in July.
Future Park Is Making Its Way To Hong Kong
Megabox, Hong Kong’s neighbourhood arena, will soon be transformed into a multisensory paradise, teamLab Future Park. This elaborate centre of exquisite experience will be 10,000 square feet in area and will house six carefully chosen installations from around the world. Go ahead, and save the date for its magnificent launch!
At teamLab Future Park Hong Kong, you will be in for an exceptional experience of sensory effects and visual art. There is much in store for you and your little ones to have the time of your lives in this interactive space. Graffiti Beating Mountains and Valleys Red List has mountains with three-dimensional terrain and is one of the best attractions. Along with other stunning flora and fauna, visitors can also see some endangered species.
When you are there, make sure to check out Sliding Through the Fruit Field. It is, as its name implies, a slide with a variety of fruits and spheres. Sounds fun, right? Future Park in Hong Kong will also have a light ball orchestra similar to a teamLab Japan attraction. The Hong Kong variation, however, features colourful balls that alter their colour as needed. While you spend your time at Hopscotch for geniuses, your children can express their creativity while doing artistic drawings at Sketch Town and Sketch Town Papercraft.
teamLab Brings Interactive Art To The World
It was established in 2001 as a means of bridging the gap between people and the rest of the world through art. New York, London, Paris, Singapore, Melbourne, and other cities have hosted exhibitions by teamLab over the years. The expansive permanent art museums in Tokyo include teamLab Planets in Toyosu and teamLab Borderless in Odaiba.
Shanghai, Macau, and Beijing all have permanent spaces as well. Actually, teamLab Borderless once held the title of the most-visited museum in the world. It has welcomed millions of visitors from 160 different nations and areas.
Tickets are sure to sell out quickly for Future Park Hong Kong. So make sure to get yours right away!
Where: 13F Megabox, 38 Wang Chiu Road, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong
When: Jul 09, 2023 – Jan 14, 2024
Monday – Friday: 2 pm – 10 pm
Saturday – Sunday & Public Holiday: 10 am – 10 pm
Cost: Early bird tickets start from HKD 198 for adults (over 12 years old) and HKD 148 for children (three to 11 years old)
General tickets go on sale from July 9 onward and will cost HKD 220 for adults and HKD 148 for children
Admission is free for children aged two and under.
Cover Image Courtesy: Website/teamLab Future Park