Hong Kong is set to welcome the famous teamLab Future Park this July. A multi-sensory paradise, the interactive space will take place at Megabox in Kowloon Bay, covering 10,000 square feet will feature six curated installations from around the world. Inside, visitors will find the Graffiti Beating Mountains and Valleys Red List, a three-dimensional terrain featuring endangered species and beautiful flora and fauna. Other highlights include Sliding Through the Fruit Field, where visitors can slide down a fruit-filled slide and interact with spheres that emit buds for flowers to grow. The exhibition will run from July 9, 2023 to January 14, 2024.

The Japanese art collective has been exploring ways to blend art, science, and technology since 2001. They have held shows in New York, London, Paris, Singapore, Melbourne, and more, and their current large-scale permanent art museums include teamLab Borderless in Odaiba, Tokyo, and teamLab Planets in Toyosu, Tokyo. In fact, teamLab Borderless was once the world’s most visited museum, welcoming millions of visitors across 160 countries and regions. With the latest exhibition opening in Hong Kong, tickets are bound to sell fast.

The teamLab Future Park Hong Kong exhibition celebrates co-creation, encouraging boundless imagination and creativity. Visitors can get snap happy at various installations, including the Light Ball Orchestra and A Table Where People Live, while families will love Sketch Town and Sketch Town Papercraft. Hopscotch for Geniuses allows you to create your own hopscotch and unleash your artistic flair.

This summer, make sure to check out teamLab Future Park, where its innovative blend of art, science, and technology promises to impress visitors of all ages. Early bird tickets start at HK$198 for adults and HK$148 for children, with family packages starting at HK$500, now available from June 8 to July 8 on FWD Max’s platform and Trip.com. General tickets are available from July 9 onwards, with admission free for children aged two and under.

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