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Extended due to popular demand, the exhibition will now run till 5 March 2017. The Pokémon Research Exhibition awaits all aspiring Pokémon Masters at Resorts World Sentosa's S.E.A Aquarium!
If you've caught on the worldwide phenomenon of Pokémon, come test your knowledge at the Pokémon Research Exhibition held within the S.E.A Aquarium for a limited time! Being the first of its kind to be held outside of Japan, this interactive exhibition allows you to guess the Pokémon within the Pokéballs you have chosen by using Professor Oak's research machines. Each machine will provide you with clues to analyze the Pokémon you have on hand, and some machines even require you to perform certain actions such as stomping on the platform quickly to reveal the outline of your Pokémon. If you think you've got what it takes to become a Pokémon Master, waste no time and come catch 'em all before the exhibition ends!
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Booking experience on Klook was great as always. Fast, seamless (with instant confirmation) and more cost savings than anywhere else. Pokémon exhibition was slightly underwhelming but SEA Aquarium was good. Well done Klook team, thank u!
Loved this Pokemon event within SEA Aquarium. I went here especially for Pokemon and had a great time! Took a lot of pictures and enjoyed the guessing game.
There were 8 stations where you can select 4 from to determine your identity of the Pokémon in your chosen pokeball. I think the most fun was the Pokémon frontal outline station where you'll have to stomp both feet as fast as possible to generate enough light to cast a shadow of your Pokémon. The rest were a bit underwhelming but it was still ok. We all thought that the 'Answer Checker' machine was going to ask us to select which Pokémon we had on screen, but the machine simply told us the answer, which was a bit of a letdown because we had to go through all the trouble determining the identity, only to have it handed to us on a silver platter. They gave kids a nice pikachu paper cap though at the end of the exhibit. Would be nice to give adults something too.
Just a small & simple exhibition, but pikachu professor will show up and take photos
The event is quite fun, the kids really loved it. I would guess adults who are Pokémon fans would as well. The only offshoot issue with it was that you need a SEA ticket to access, and we were just at the aquarium just 3 months ago.