If you love Pokemon then you’ll be excited to know that Sentosa will be hosting its first-ever Pokemon Carnival from 15th to 30th June 2019 in Sentosa Cove Village, Singapore. Pika, pika!
According to Channel NewsAsia Lifestyle, you can find all 403 Pokemon from the Alola region in Sentosa.
FYI, the Alola region is a made-up location the Pokemon series that’s inspired by Hawaii. It consists of four main islands and one artificial island.
Therefore, in order to maximise your Ultimate Pokemon Experience, here are some of the things you can do when you visit the carnival.
1. Participate in the exciting Pokemon Adventure
During this activity, participants can answer questions on an activity booklet, and if they answer correctly, they stand a chance to win some Pokemon plushies!
It’s pretty easy to get the booklet because all you need to do is spend at any retail shop, attraction, hotel and eatery in Sentosa and redeem a Pokemon Adventure activity booklet as well as a carnival game voucher by presenting the receipt.
Take note that only receipts which were issued in June are applicable!
2. Win a cool set of Pokemon stickers when you play the Carnival Games
Remember the carnival game voucher that you redeemed after spending in June? Yep, you can use the voucher to play a variety of Pokemon-themed games.
Do keep in mind that if you complete four carnival games, you stand a chance to win a set of Pokemon stickers. Woohoo!
3. Get an overload of Pikachu when you watch the Pikachu Parade
Ever since we laid our eyes on Pikachu, we knew that the adorable yellow Pokemon was going to hold a special place in our hearts. <3
So, if you love Pikachu a lot, then don’t miss the parade that will take place at 8.15pm on alternate evenings, or just refer to the dates mentioned below:
- 16th June 2019
- 18th June 2019
- 20th June 2019
- 22nd June 2019
- 24th June 2019
- 26th June 2019
- 28th June 2019
- 30th June 2019
4. Shake hands with your favourite Pokemon during the Meet & Greet Sessions
While you’re at the carnival, don’t miss the chance to meet your favourite Pokemon during the Meet & Greet Sessions at 7pm and 8.15pm on these dates:
- 15th June 2019
- 17th June 2019
- 19th June 2019
- 21st June 2019
- 23rd June 2019
- 25th June 2019
- 27th June 2019
- 29th June 2019
Let’s hope Charizard will be nice to us if we ever met him!
5. Up your IG game by taking photos with all the Pokemon
No event will be complete without some photo ops!
You can snap Instagram-worthy pictures with your favourite Pokemon – including a five-metre tall Pikachu inflatable balloon – to up your social media game.
If you bring your kids along, you can allow them to play on the Pokemon-themed inflatable slide and ball pit. Sounds fun!
6. Bond with your family as you watch movies by the Bay
After a hectic day at the carnival, watching a movie with your loved ones is the best way to unwind and relax. Don’t miss screenings of family-friendly movies at Sentosa Cove Village’s Car Park Area all day during the carnival, except on 29th June 2019.
The movies begin screening at 7.30pm every day, and the admission is FREE OF CHARGE!
Well, isn’t this exciting!
That said, do note that they will have a two-way shuttle bus from Beach Station to Sentosa Cove Village during this carnival. If you want to know more about this Pokemon carnival, you can visit Sentosa’s website for more information.
Will you consider going to this carnival if you had the chance? Let us know in the comments below!
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