“An An An… Tottemo Daisuki… Doraemon…”
Familiar with the lyrics above? Yea, Doraemon World 2012 was held in Arena of Stars Genting this year in conjunction to celebrate its 100 years of history. Doraemon is the all time favourite cartoon in our childhood and even till now.
Before entering into Doraemon Word, there was a huge Doraemon Balloon figure outside for you to take photos with it.
Luckly it was a weekday and we actually went there quite early, so we don’t have to waste our time queuing there. Kaka…
So, here we go to our first stop!
1: The Comic Room
There was some brief introduction on all of the characters in Doraemon.
2: Nobita’s Room
The figures look so real and it look exactly the same from what we watch in the cartoon.
3: Nobita’s Dining Room
4: Suneo’s Living Room
And our last stop for the tour.
5: The Time Travel Machine Room
We only had around 5 minutes in each room and of course it is INSUFFICIENT TIME for us to take photos! We were only rushing taking photos without really enjoying it. T_T
After the tour, we moved on to the Doraemon Town. Thankfully we don’t have to rushing with time again. There were many wonderful building figures and characters you can take picture with.
We bought ourself one Red Bean Doriyaki and it cost us RM10! Oh gosh.. All the Doraemon accessories sold here was extremely expensive.
Besides having the Doraemon Touch n Go card with preloaded RM5 inside, we also customized another Touch n Go card with our picture on it at the Touch n Go self-customizing shop. You can get one with just RM20, awesome is it? And for you info, the customized card does not come in with any preloaded amount of money. XD
We actually should proceed to the Doraemon Gallery which displays all the gadget being used in the Doraemon World but we MISSED it! T____T
After leaving Doraemon Town, we stepped out to the Outdoor Carnival where you can enjoy ur food and fun games prepared.
There were bunch of Doraemon inside the glass!
And of course, we quickly took photos with them.
Aww… Looks so cute.. How I wish I could have all of them.
And this gigantic Doraemon cost around RM1000++. Really a WOW!
Well, that’s the end of our day at Genting.