Join The Straw Hats Pirates In The Latest AR Escape Game: One Piece Puzzle Hunt

If you’re a true One Piece fan, you probably would have known that the Hello, One Piece Exhibition has FINALLY docked in Singapore after making its rounds in Japan and Malaysia. In fact, you would have already visited the exhibition, which is housed in the Maritime Experiential Museum in Sentosa and already open to the public.

And if you’re craving more than some original artworks on the wall, you can actually be an honorary member of the Straw Hats Pirates with Luffy and his motley gang! Assemble your crew for the One Piece Puzzle Hunt, which is an escape game centred around the popular manga by Eiichiro Oda.

Using an AR map and the Game Set which will be given to you when you register, explore Sentosa like you’ve never seen it before. Sentosa is no longer a tourist hotspot in Singapore; it’s now another island on the Grand Line.


The story goes that your ship has just been destroyed by a storm, and you barely managed to make it to shore. And that ship in the distance…. could it be? There’s no way that it would be Thousand Sunny! Do you approach it? Well, you have to, if you plan on escaping the island.

And if you were thinking about taking it chill and completing the quest on your own time own target, you’re going to lose out. There are prizes for the top winners who manage to escape the island! While we don’t know what the prizes are, we do know that the winners will get to bring home exclusive merchandise that you can’t buy anywhere else.

limited edition nine card One Piece Set

The hunt should take you about two hours to complete and it’ll start from Siloso Beach, just right in front of iFly. And when you’re done with the puzzle hunt, don’t throw away your game set as it also comes with a limited edition nine card set featuring all the main characters from the manga.

Do bring along a portable charger as you do not want to run out of battery half-way! And you might also want to bring a cap and an umbrella just in case it rains or the sun decides to go all out when you’re in Sentosa.

And if you still haven’t, do remember to stop by the Maritime Experiential Museum to check out the Hello, One Piece Exhibition featuring original works from Eiichiro Oda-san.


14 Dec 2018 to 13 Feb 2019, 10am – 7pm daily (last game starts at 5pm)
Located at the special event space in front of iFly in Sentosa (1 min walk from the Sentosa Express Beach Station)
Tickets at $30 at the table, each game lasts about 2 hours