The Doraemon drone show, which captivated audiences at Victoria Harbour on May 25, will return on July 20 with brand-new imagery and displays. The last drone show, which featured 1,000 drones forming imagery of the beloved robotic cat, Doraemon, was a stunning success. Fans gathered along the Avenue of Stars in Tsim Sha Tsui to witness the 15-minute spectacle that marked Doraemon’s grand comeback to Hong Kong.

Doraemon, a blue robotic cat from the future, is an iconic figure in Japanese manga and anime. Created by Fujiko F. Fujio, he is famous for his time-travel adventures and futuristic gadgets, which have enchanted generations of fans worldwide.

The upcoming drone show promises fresh content and a unique visual experience. Scheduled for 7:30 pm on July 20, it will illuminate the skies of East Tsim Sha Tsui with new drone formations, ensuring a different spectacle from the May event.

Adding to the Doraemon fever this summer, two Doraemon exhibitions will be hosted in the 852. The “100% DORAEMON & FRIENDS Exhibition” a ticketed event, will run from July 13 to August 18 at K11 Musea, with tickets available on Klook. Additionally, the “100% DORAEMON Outdoor Exhibition Area” will offer a free display from July 13 to August 11 at the Avenue of Stars and Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront.

Fore Doraemon fans, other attractions are being held in the city. The Siu Hong Light Rail station will feature a Doraemon-themed platform, and three limited-edition ‘100% Friends-Calling Bell’ trains will operate on the Light Rail, East Rail Line, and the Airport Express. Visitors to Ngong Ping 360 can enjoy Doraemon-themed cable cars between Tung Chung and Ngong Ping village from June 14 to September 1, making it a Doraemon-filled summer for fans of all ages.

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After several experiences living out of France, Killian started his journey in Hong Kong in 2014. Killian owns and runs The HK HUB and an SEO Agency, Get Clicks. He loves the diversity of life that Hong Kong offers, from culture and traditions to modern city life, and nature, which is always just a step away from skyscrapers with all the hiking trails, beaches, and outdoor activities.

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