An exhilarating visit to the new world of KTM

Where will your PhP600 go? Minus the air-fare and hotel (and some other fees associated with traveling abroad), Filipinos from all over the globe may enjoy everything ORANGE as the 1-hectare KTM Motohall in Mattighofen will be opening its doors on May 11 and 12.

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The exhibition’s architecture, graphics, lighting, media, and content all speak the same language — the language of KTM. Visitors from all over the globe will experience three exhibition levels that showcase the brand’s core values. Visitors will also witness the complete design process from sketch to finished product, firsthand, with videos illustrating all the technical details of KTM's finest creations.

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On a purpose-built sharp bend, around 70 street and off-road bikes compete in a race leading visitors to the highlight of the exhibition: “Heroes of Racing”. With impressive, dynamic images, a 360° video installation celebrates the champions of racing. For a different perspective, the people behind the brand share their passion for KTM and give the company a face.

Technical enthusiasts will love the “living” workshop situated in the basement of the KTM Motohall where they can watch live restorations being carried out by expert bike builders. Whilst parents can have a technical chat with a pro, children from the age of six can try out new technologies such as virtual reality, 3D printers, and laser plotters in the Innovation Lab, a place where creativity knows no bounds.

A rookie tour for our younger guests adds to the exhibition tour. Throughout all levels of the exhibition, children get to explore and experience the world of KTM for themselves, accompanied by a booklet that they can take home as a memento. They are part of the Orange Family too.

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Finally, a 300-square meter shop will be open to all visitors without the need for tickets/ passes to shop for their latest KTM gears and accessories.

KTM Motohall entrance fees:

Adults EUR 10 (roughly PhP600)

Children up to 14 years-old: free admission

Family ticket: EUR 25 (roughly PhP1,500)

For the latest information on the guided tours & prices:

Inquiries: [email protected]