Aug 3
~
Nov 3

The World of Studio Ghibli’s Animation

11:00am – 10:00pm
HK$108.00 – HK$228.00

Fans of Studio Ghibli’s unforgettable movies, such as Spirited Away, My Neighbor Totoro and Princess Mononoke, should not miss the chance to see this special installation of The World of Studio Ghibli’s Animation.

Fantasy becomes reality at this large-scale exhibition, which celebrates the much-loved movies with meticulous sets and 3D installations, painstakingly hand-painted to recreate the iconic cinematic scenes.

With massive wall and floor murals, plus the popular characters, you’ll feel as though you’ve been transported into the movies themselves, with compelling interactive experiences.

No Face Spirited Away
Photo provided by Studio Ghibli

This is a great opportunity to sit next to the black-cloaked No Face from Spirited Away, snap a selfie with Totoro, and face off against the terrifying Yubaba from Howl’s Moving Castle. Other movies featured in the exhibit are Castle in the Sky, Kiki’s Delivery Service, Porco Rosso, and Pom Poko.

The show runs from August 3 to November 3, and it’s highly recommended to buy the early bird tickets, which are HK$108.00 on weekdays and HK$148.00 on weekends and public holidays. It is also cheaper to buy online than to pay at the door. Full-time students and children pay discounted fares.

Portal 6311 in Kowloon Bay will be transformed into the world of Studio Ghibli, and getting there is easy enough, being less than a ten-minute walk from Kowloon Bay MTR Station. The only thing better would be a Cat Bus to get you there!

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