Sentosa Pikachu Night March At Palawan Beach

If you’re a Pokémon fan like me, 2018 must have been an exciting year for you.

Singapore’s getting her very own Pokémon Centre, and the launch of Pokémon Tamagotchis next year are basically every 90s kid’s dream come true.

But if you think that’s all you’re getting this year, prepare yourself for another round of ‘kawaii‘ screams.

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Pikachus march into Sentosa

This December, Pikachus will be making guest appearances in Sentosa as part of the first Pikachu Night Parade outside Japan.

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And the adorable Pikachus will be wearing LED costumes, and dancing to groovy tunes to boot.

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We aren’t sure if the LED costumes are powered by Pikachu’s cheeks but you can expect to see Pikachus dressed in glowing afro wigs.

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Clad in neon-lit costumes that change colour according to the beat. Talk about putting up an electrifying glow-in-the-dark show.

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2 weekends in Dec at Palawan Beach Walk

Held from 14-16 Dec, and 21-23 Dec, Pikachus will march and dance along a 100-metre long route from Palawan Pirate Ship to Palawan Kidz City.

Pikachu Night March route
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The Pikachu Night March will also be making a stop at Palawan Beach Walk where visitors can take selfies with their favorite red-cheeked critter.

Pikachu x Eevee Pirate Ship

In addition to the Pikachu march, the Palawan Pirate Ship will also receive a Pokémon-theme makeover with adorable Pikachu and Eevee decors.

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Here’s a sneak peek at how the Eevee counterpart to Pikachu will look.

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Death by cuteness

We’re positive that both families and millennials won’t be able to resist the allure of these adorable Pikachu dancing to the beat of the latest EDM hits.

So here’s a clip of a bunch of Eevees participating in a relay race against Pikachus to keep you occupied till December.

A word of caution — looping this video may induce death by cuteness. Consider yourself duly warned.

Featured image from YouTube