The annual Halloween festival happening in Hong Kong from September 21 to October 31 promises visitors with a spook-tacular experience in Asia’s world city.
Simon Wong, Regional Director Southeast Asia, Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB), welcomes and invite everyone to Halloween Treats 2012 and unveiled a 3D painting display in the Philippines at Glorietta 5 Atrium last October 2.
A short spooky presentation, featuring the spookiest creatures known to come out every Halloween hosted by CosPlay goddess Alodia Gosiengfiao and was later joined by Simon.
The launch of the 3D painting was supported by Ayala Malls and Cebu Pacific as guests got sneak preview of what’s in store for everyone for the Halloween Treats 2012.
“This year, Hong Kong Halloween Treats presents yet another round of endless merriment to locals and tourists alike. Hong Kong’s best-loved attractions like Hong Kong Disneyland, Ocean Park Hong Kong and Madame Tussauds Hong Kong have lined-up exciting programs to thrill and amaze visitors, providing them with a one-of-a-kind experience that can only be found in the Asia’s World City,” Wong said.
Expect loads of street parties, celebrations and masquerade balls.
Here are the lists of programs to watch out for when in Hong Kong this Halloween:
Disney’s Haunted Halloween (Thursday to Sunday, Oct. 4-28, Oct.31)
SCREAM at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong (Sept. 21 to Oct. 31)
Ocean Park’s Halloween Bash (Sept. 21 to Oct. 31)
Happy Halloween @ Avenue of Stars (Oct. 26-28, Oct. 31)
2012 Disney Bay (DB) Double Scary Night (Oct. 31)
Lan Kwai Fong Halloween Street Party (Oct. 31)
For more information you can log on to DiscoverHongKong.com.
HKTB proudly announced that visitors to Hong Kong in July 2012 reached 4,369,786, a year one increase of 13.8%. That’s a lot of visitors!
Meanwhile, Cebu Pacific now flies from Manila, Cebu and Clark to Hong Kong, and will begin twice weekly Iloilo-Hong Kong services on November 8, and Hong Kong-Iloilo services on November 9.
CEB offers the lowest year-round fares for all its flights. Special rates of P899 from Clark; P1899 from Iloilo; P1899 from Cebu; and P2499 from Manila are available while you may want to spend Halloween in Hong Kong this year.
Log on to www.cebupacificair.com to book your trip to Hong Kong now.
For Halloween Treats promo and souvenirs, visit www.facebook.com/DiscoverHongKong to know more on how you can win exciting prizes and get limited edition souvenir.
You can also join 3D2N Hong Kong Trip Twitter contest simply by sharing your Halloween treats 3D painting photo by posting “I want to see #hkhalloweentreats vis @cebupacific & Park Hotel! Check out my Halloween pic @gloriettatweets!”
The electronic raffle draw will be on October 13. The Hong Kong Tourism Board reserves the right to make final decisions in the contest.
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– JUAN MANILA
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