Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience is going to make its Asia-Pacific debut in Sentosa, Singapore in 2024. The light trail will open on 3 February 2024 for fans of the Wizarding World to enjoy in the awe-inspiring woods of the Coastal Trail on Sentosa.
This Asia-Pacific debut follows Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience’s successful run in the US and the UK.
Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience
The Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience is inspired by the iconic Forbidden Forest from the books and movies.
It will features creatures from both the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts series with mesmerising lights that will transform the landscape into a magical outdoor trail.
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Visitors will be encounter mystical creatures such as Hippogriffs, Unicorns, and Nifflers along the trail and get to practise casting their very own spells.
Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience is for the whole family and promises a wonderful time for fans of all ages, giving them the opportunity to experience the magic of the Wizarding World in a whole new way.
Butterbeer and Exclusive Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts Merchandise
In addition, visitors will be able to enjoy the iconic wizarding world beverage Butterbeer.
There will also be exclusive merchandise from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts movies at the gift shop.
The outdoor experience was created by Warner Bros. Discovery Global Themed Entertainment in partnership with leading entertainment discovery platform Fever, and award-winning theatrical designers Thinkwell and Unify.
Tickets for Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience start at $51 for adults and $39 for children.
You can read more about the experience and book tickets for Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience here.
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