One Piece exhibition in Genting Highlands
Every manga and anime fan would’ve heard of One Piece. After all, it’s one of the “big three” of manga-anime franchises alongside fellow cult faves Naruto and Bleach. Well, here’s a blast for the past for those who’ve been following the series since its inception in 1997 – you can now immerse yourself in all things One Piece in Genting Highlands from now till 8th May.
Expected to be the biggest experiential exhibition in Southeast Asia, One Piece “The Great Era of Piracy” exhibition spans across an area of 25,000sqft at Pavilion Hall in SkyAvenue. Here are some highlights of the exhibition.
21 thematic zones & life-sized sculptures
Fans of the franchise will have a field day exploring 21 thematic zones, each showcasing a scene from Monkey D. Luffy’s adventure from beginning to end.
If you’re that old a long-time OG fan, you might want to stock up on tissues before taking this nostalgic walk down memory lane – seeing how far One Piece has come and walking on this journey with Luffy.