Visiting Doraemon at The National Museum of Singapore: Doraemon’s Time-Travelling Adventures Exhibition
My favourite cartoon character is Doraemon. I'm a big fan of Doraemon ever since I was a kid. I think everybody knows what it is. It is a blue robot cat with no ears. Doraemon has a roly-poly figure and his cute appearance is one of the reasons why he is loved by fans.
I like the story of Doraemon very much. It is about the friendship between Doraemon and a naughty boy called Nobita. Doraemon comes from the 22nd century. Its main duty is to help Nobita to get out of trouble. Unfortunately, that happens to Nobita quite a lot. Every time, Doraemon uses the amazing tools from its pocket to help Nobita. I love reading about Doraemon's tools and I am amazed by the imagination of its creators.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doraemon's creation, this beloved cat robot from my childhood has made his way to the National Museum of Singapore. My endeavour was to visit the exhibition, no matter how busy I am. The Doraemon’s Time-Travelling Adventure exhibition at the National Museum of Singapore starts today until 27 December 2020. It features several iconic elements associated with Doraemon. When I visited the exhibition, it was a whole lot of nostalgic fun.
If there is one thing that caught my attention as a child, it's the Dokodemo Door (Go Anywhere Door). It will help you go anywhere Nobita wants to visit just by thinking of the place. I think it's amazing!
Doraemon figurines have already been placed outside the museum. There are a total of 14 statues placed on the lawn, including one beside the museum sign and another near the famous Anywhere Door. These statues of Doraemon are all from different time periods.
Another of Doraemon’s classic gadgets, the Time Machine, invites you to travel through both time and space.
Then there is the light beam that can make people or things smaller.
You can also check out Doraemon's Gadgets of the Future, such as the Shrink Ray and Doc-In-A-Box, accompanied by labels explaining what each gadget does.
Doraemon’s Time-Travelling Adventures exhibition is a enjoyable place not only for kids but also for adults. Walking around the exhibition brought me back to my childhood.
If you are a Doraemon fan, you will enjoy this exhibition in Singapore (since we are unable to travel to Japan during this period) that will make you dive into Doraemon's world. This exhibition is a perfect place to create good memories for Doraemon fans, young and not so young. Even if you’re not as huge of a fan as I am, it is a nice exhibition to check out!