Located in Xiguipu City, Jeju Island, walking into the HELLO KITTY Theme Pavilion is a paradise for girls and children. Everywhere is full of children's fun, dressed in national costumes, changing colors of KITTY. There are many friendly and warm scenes, such as KITTY bedroom, living room, telephone booth, train and so on, which are constantly playing music and video. In addition, there is a characteristic HELLO KITTY theme cafe, where you can sit in when you have time. After a round of shopping at the door, there are shops selling peripheral goods. I bought T-shirts (about 150 RMB) and colored pens and socks (about 25 RMB) with a high cost-effective ratio.
Loving this silent cat for many years ~even if you travel mountains and rivers, you must come to see her ~more than any photographs taken at any scenic spot ~all want to pack and take home ~O Ohaha ~bus + taxi ~taxi driver seems to use what card to help us discount tickets, cheaper than group purchase ~ Kitty's restaurant, Kitty's cake ~appetite, slightly expensive.~
Hello Kitty Theme Pavilion has three floors, one floor has three theme pavilions and a coffee shop, the second floor shows Kitty wearing traditional costumes of 27 countries and 12 constellations, and the third floor 3D cinema opens every 30 minutes. You can enjoy kitty's 3D cartoon movies and have a more interactive experience. In addition, there are many Kitty pictures in the roof courtyard. The whole theme pavilion is full of pink cats and decorations that girls dream of, making people linger and forget to return. Go to Hello Kitty Theme Pavilion and get off at Teddy Valley Golf on No. 600. You can walk there. It's about 20 kilometers away from the Chinese tourist area. It takes about half a day.
If you love Hello Kitty, you will have a lovely time here. There are plenty of wonderful picture opportunities/areas. The cafe is a little overpriced but it was expected from a place like this. I still got a coffee and a cheesecake that were ok tasting but very cute. This place is unfortunately kinda far from anything else so unless you’re driving, you’ll have to dedicate a day to making the bus trip out here (the bus station is very near though). There are taxis available but I’m not sure how expensive they are. I had a great time, however if you’re not a big Hello Kitty fan or you are not going with children who could enjoy the play areas then you might want to leave this out of your Jeju itinerary.
There are three floors here, pink from inside to outside, the favorite of public officials of all sizes... Wallpaper is a pink Cat cartoon character. The first floor is her living room, kitchen and school bus model. The second floor is her bedroom, art exhibition hall (there are four beautiful cats that imitate the four beautiful women in ancient China, hahaha), and a small playground (preschool children will like it). Grandpa and grandma also like to sit in the cat's living room and pose.
The children's favorite theme pavilion during the trip. For 5,000 won at the entrance, I bought a Helllo Kitty file box with a brochure that can be stamped in different places on the 1st to 3rd floors. The staff at the last stop on the 3rd floor will stamp the date and send a Hello Kitty badge. There's a Gaze outside the third floor, but the labyrinth is so simple that children can walk out with their eyes closed.