The Escape Hunt Experience wishes you a safe and joyous holiday season as you welcome in the new year! 2015 was an exciting year here at The Escape Hunt Experience. We started the year with 13 branches spanning 7 countries, and due to overwhelming interest we have since launched 17 additional branches around the world. That's 30 fantastic game centres in total for you to explore! 2016 hasn't even started yet, and we already have 12 new locations preparing to open in the next few months with brand new games. This month we reached another major milestone: over 10 million minutes have been played worldwide in our 210 rooms! With so many games to choose from, and new games being created regularly, there is a growing community of 'Escape Hunt Aficionados' who have successfully played several Escape Hunt games and are eager for more. We love our fans, and look forward to bringing them exciting new adventures in the coming year. The Escape Hunt Experience has much more planned for 2016, so stay tuned! Happy New Year 2016!
The Escape Hunt Experience is proud to announce that 2 new branches have opened their doors in November 2015! Plan a winter getaway with family or friends to be among the first to escape the rooms at these locations: Dubai, UAE: Can you escape an ancient tomb or a burning tower? Marseille, France: Solve a murder mystery, retrieve a stolen painting, or escape from prison! Visit the above branch websites to learn about their tailor-made games and begin planning your next vacation now!
Gold Coast in Australia is a mecca for tourists who love to surf. It's the epicentre of many famous surf breaks, from Broadbeach and Burleigh Beach to Currumbin and Coolangatta. But Gold Coast offers so much more than just surfing, such as world-class shopping centres, casinos and resorts on the beach. Gold Coast is also home to several theme parks offering fun for the whole family, including Sea World, WhiteWater World, Warner Bros. Movie World, Dreamworld and Australian Outback Spectacular. In addition, just outside Gold Coast City you'll find lush forests and parks, such as "The Green Behind the Gold" Tamborine Mountain, offering an abundance of rock waterfalls and other natural beauties. After exploring Gold Coast's natural charms and theme parks, see if you can solve a Gold Coast-themed mystery at The Escape Hunt Experience Gold Coast!
If you are planning your first trip to Paris, you'll probably want to spend some time at the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Musée d'Orsay and Notre-Dame. But don't overlook lesser-known jewels such as the Musée Rodin, the Musée de l'Orangerie and the city's many markets. There's no way you'll get to do it all — museum-touring, shopping, cemetery-perusing, district-exploring, opera-attending, etc. — so feel free to plan your own itinerary and see Paris on your own terms. You could explore several nearby attractions in one comprehensive sightseeing excursion, for example, and then enjoy a leisurely afternoon in an outdoor café. And if you would like to try something different with your friends or family, see if you can solve a Parisian mystery at The Escape Hunt Experience Paris!
Harajuku is a must-see shopping area in Shibuya, Tokyo, catering especially to the young and trendy. This area around Harajuku Station rose in popularity in the 1980s as a hot spot for teenage street performers, when pedestrian-only Sundays drew in large crowds to enjoy live music and street dancing. Nowadays, Harajuku is the place to go to check out Japanese street fashion. You will see elaborately-dressed Gothic Lolita girls, for example, as well as crowds of amazed tourists taking photos of the fashion-obsessed Japanese teenagers hanging out on Harajuku streets. From ever-popular Takeshita Street to the meandering backstreets of Ura-Hara, you'll find all manner of styles and fads available from independent boutiques to international chains. You can take a relaxing break from shopping and people-watching at nearby famous Meiji Shrine or Yoyogi Park. Of course, no visit to Tokyo is complete without testing your skills at the latest one-of-a-kind escape game at The Escape Hunt Experience Tokyo!
With the assistance of the internet, planning a trip anywhere in the world has become easier. This is especially true when you're looking to book your holiday in the the great country of Singapore. Whether it is just a weekend getaway or a long holiday, Singapore is always the best choice! It takes only 2.30 hrs from Bangkok to Singapore by plane and it is very convenient as there are many airlines operate the flights to Singapore. While in Singapore, you may spend your day visiting Sentosa and Gardens by the Bay, but one thing you certainly cannot miss is visiting the Marina Bay Sands! Marina Bay Sands is known by everyone as it is the 'signature of Singapore'. You can view the beautiful from Bayfront Avenue facing the riverfront, surrounded by water and gardens. Also, Marina Bay Sands is a major business and financial hub in Asia. It is a place where people live, work and play. There are many nice restaurants, shopping centres, Casinos and sky-bars where you can create a memorable night with your loved ones. Nearby, if you are looking for a day-time activity in the heart of the city during the day, you can visit The Escape Hunt Experience...
The Musée des Beaux-Arts, one of the oldest and most popular tourist attractions in France, contains spectacular art from around the world. It was established in 1793, joining together the wonderful collections of European paintings from the 14th to the 21st centuries. The museum has a special collection from the European School of Art with masterpieces by Eugène Delacroix, Edouard Manet and other impressive painting collections including works by Perugino, Tintoretto, Jan Brueghel the Younger, Caravaggio, Georges de La Tour, Charles Le Brun, Ribera, Rubens, Claude Gellée, Luca Giordano, François Boucher, Eugène Delacroix, Édouard Manet, Claude Monet, Paul Signac, Modigliani, Picasso and Raoul Dufy. This vast collection of different artists keeps tourists coming back time and time again to admire the quality of this important historical art in Nancy, France. The museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. except on Tuesdays and is closed 1 January, 1 May, 14 July, 1 November and 25 December. It is accessible to disabled persons. Ticket fee is €6 and free admission on Wednesdays for students and daily for children under 18 (a school card required). After a day of wandering around the museum, why not continue the fun at The Escape Hunt Experience Nancy!
Ever wonder what life must be like for those lucky few? Well, Dubai lets you experience just that! A city where there are no limitations; one that is known for luxurious lifestyles and a night life that never seems to end, there is always something for everyone. The people of Dubai know how to live with quality and they intend for its guest to experience the same. Start the day off with eating breakfast at the Burj Al Arab hotel, the world’s only 7 star hotel, appreciating the gorgeous interior design as well as the scenery. But if the view here is not appealing enough, try the Burj Khalifa! Standing at 829.8m, it is the tallest building in the world--you can even feel the building sway in the wind on the 163 floor as you overlook the whole city with breathtaking views. Another famous landmark that you cannot miss when in Dubai is the Palm Islands; separated into two sections, this man-made island is so beautiful and is definitely a ‘must see.’ How will you get the best view of the Palm Islands? While you are sky diving out of a plane of course! Lastly, before heading back to...
Sydney is a city in eastern Australia with a population of around 5 million, making it the most populated city in Australia. Geographically, it is adjacent to a large natural harbour, famously known as Sydney Harbour. One destination in this area definitely worth visiting is the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It is the most massive steel arch bridge in the world with a summit that extends 134 metres above the surface of the harbour. Upon arrival, one of the most popular activities is climbing a series of steps to the very top of the bridge, where the surrounding scenery can be viewed without obstructions of any kind. After experiencing the excitement of seeing everything from high above, let's walk a bit farther and arrive at a neighbourhood know as the Rocks. One interesting activity that will not upset acrophobia sufferers, is the Rocks Dreaming Aboriginal Heritage. The tour is accompanied by an Aboriginal guide from whom you will learn that this bustling commercial area used to be the place where Aborigines exercised their native wisdom to create their own various individual cultures. Moreover, here at the Rocks, you can enjoy year-round festivals including the Rocks Adult Nightly Ghost Tours, Traditional Irish...
The Escape Hunt Experience Tokyo is conveniently located in Asakusa, in one of Tokyo's many fashion forward neighbourhoods. When it comes to enjoying Tokyo, there are thousands of things to do. While we argue that there is no better activity than to play an escape game with us, Tokyo is probably best known for its world-class shopping. Tokyo has it all: high-end and offbeat fashion, traditional crafts, vintage wares, all manner of only-in-Japan souvenirs, and that gadget you didn't know existed but now desperately want. Whether you prefer department-store browsing or rummaging for secondhand treasures, there’s a Tokyo neighbourhood to meet your shopping needs. Tokyo's most popular fashion-forward neighbourhoods include, but are not limited to: Ginza, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Akihabara, Harajuku, Shimokitazawa, Kichijoji, Asakusa, and Koenji. You cannot go wrong shopping in any of these neighbourhoods, but here are a few tips to make your experience even that much better: More and more stores (especially department stores) offer tax-free shopping to foreign tourists spending over ¥5000 on consumables, or ¥10,000 on non-consumables, i.e. electronics and clothes. Bring your passport and look for the tax-free stickers in the window. See also enjoy.taxfree.jp. Carry some cash with you. Traditional and smaller stores may not...