Samsung Galaxy Space : Open To Public Till March 12!

The Samsung Galaxy Space is now open to the public, from now until March 12, 2023!

Take a look at what it is offering, and check it out yourself!


Samsung Galaxy Space : Open To Public Till March 12!

Samsung Galaxy Space is an experiential space created by Samsung Malaysia Electronics to offer visitors the chance to experience the power of Nightography with the latest Galaxy S23 devices.

It has four experiential zones – The Alley, The Ballie, The Escape, and Splash Art – each offering a different and unique opportunity to explore your photographic creativity.

Take a stroll through The Alley and snap amazing photos of its neon-lit features, before taking a dive in the ball pit of The Ballie. Then The Escape takes you on a video journey through KL’s coolest nightscapes. Finally, Splash Art lets you unleash your inner artist by literally making a splash!

After enjoying all four experiential zones, don’t forget to pick up a free cup of coffee at the barista van!

The Samsung Galaxy Space also features Pingmin Market – the latest trend in cultural and creative market, which supports local F&B and handicraft vendors. There, you can take your creativity to the next level in trendy workshops and daily activities like Busker jamming, k-pop dance battles, and more!

Tantalise your taste buds with the mouth-watering Daifuku workshop or unleash your inner artist at the Fluid Pouring workshop. And DIY enthusiasts out there should not miss out on the Tufting Coaster workshop, where you’ll learn how to make some cool coasters using tufting techniques.

If you’re a K-Pop fanatic, get hyped for the K-Pop Dance battle where you can learn the hottest Korean dance routines and show off your moves! On top of that, you will have the opportunity to also meet Hakken, the famous Malaysian cosplayer from Sarawak, at a fan meet session at 2 PM, 4 March 2023.


Samsung Galaxy Space : Some Photos Inside!

Here are some photos from inside Samsung Galaxy Space, to show you what you could be missing out if you don’t go!


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