Held for the first time outside Japan, the Real-life Pokemon Research Exhibition is finally here in Singapore at S.E.A. Aquarium in Resorts World Sentosa.
Open to public on 22nd October, from 10am to 7pm till 2nd January 2017, the Real-life Pokemon Research Exhibition welcomes everyone to become scientific researchers for a day to discover the mysterious and colorful world of Pokemon.
Visitors have the golden opportunity to carry out the scientific process of observation, investigation and data collection as well as learning more about species classification with Pokemon as the subject.
To start, visitors have to choose a real-life PokeBall from the choice of regular (white/red), great (white/blue) or ultra (black/yellow) corresponding to the respective easy, medium or hard difficulty level depending on their knowledge of Pokemon.
In order to accomplish the mission of deducing the critter contained within their PokeBall, visitors have to pick any four interactive stations and place their PokeBall into those observation machines that will generate clues such as the Pokemon's distinctive characteristics and silhouette.
What's more, visitors can also look forward to meeting the iconic Pikachu mascots in lab coat as well as the opportunity to marvel over 700+ Pokemon are on display at a larger-than-life Pokedex Wall!
Available both online and at the door at $35/$42 for adult and $23/$32 for child or senior, the Real-life Pokemon Research Exhibition is definitely edu-tainment for visitors and all tickets are bundled with the admission to S.E.A. Aquarium in Resorts World Sentosa, which means that visitors could also immerse themselves in an underwater journey thereafter.
Guest writer / Photos credit: Christina Chung