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Iconic One Piece Anime Exhibition Coming To Malaysia

Iconic One Piece Anime Exhibition Coming To Malaysia

It is an absolute treat for the fans.

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The biggest, largest and the first ever One Piece Exhibition in Southeast Asia is taking place in Malaysia.

The Great Era of Piracy Exhibition Asia Tour is bound to happen in Genting Highlands and the line-up for the exhibition is a dream come true for every One Piece fans out there.

One Piece has been ruling the anime world for over 2 decades and has captured the hearts of many people.

Event Highlights

Fans will get to enjoy an incredible 45 to 90 minutes tour around the 21 Iconic Zones which will showcase the series’ iconic scenes from Luffy’s adventure from the series in a 25,000 square feet layout.

The people will also witness exclusive life-size sculptures of the legendary characters and iconic scenes with detailing that will amaze everyone.

To add to the excitement, there will also be an exhibit of the biggest 3D sculpture of a stunning battle from the series which is only being shown for the second time.

While enjoying the exhibit, fans can also immerse themselves in interactive AR games with enhanced zone features in the digital zone.

Also not to miss is the One Piece Carnival where visitors will get the chance to play mini games and win exclusive awards.

As a cherry on the cake, fans will also be able to get their hands on limited edition merchandise that will be on sale at the exhibition.

This exhibition is being organised by Ace Media Network and will open from 23 March till 8 May 2023. It runs daily from 10am to 10pm.

Tickets are priced at RM90 for Malaysians and RM110 for foreigners. Tickers for students and senior citizens are sold at RM50 while for children below 3 enter for free.

Tickets can be purchased through Ticket2u.

This exhibition is one that fans definitely should not miss!

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