- Hong Kong Food Festival returns in December

December 08, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
Hong Kong is to play host once again to the annual Hong Kong Food Festival, which is being held from December 24th to 27th this year.
Taking place around Christmas time each year, the event provides attendees with the opportunity to browse a massive range of delectable treats at the region's largest indoor food festival.
A wide selection of different types of consumables will be on display, including baked goods, sweets, sauces, seafood, desserts, fruits, alcoholic drinks, canned foods and much more.
Accompanying the main stalls will be a stage hosting all sorts of activities, providing a unique shopping and eating experience for gourmet enthusiasts.
The ninth Hong Kong Food Festival is being held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, one of Asia's most prominent trade fair venues, which spans 66,000 sq m.
Doors will open each day at 10:00 local time and close at 21:00, with proceedings coming to an end on the final day at the earlier time of 19:00.
Tickets will be available at the door for only HK$10 (80p).
Foodies can choose from a varied selection of Hong Kong hotels at, such as the Kings De Nathan.
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