Times Square launches international cuisine plush toy exhibition

As a district offering a huge number of restaurants serving a diverse range of cuisines, Causeway Bay is one of Hong Kong's favourite destinations for people looking for a good meal. Celebrating this fact, a plush-filled exhibition has been set up in the district at Times Square allowing visitors to get a hands-on experience of different food cultures.

The exhibition includes six photo-friendly zones, including the Hong Kong Wet Market, French Bakery, Caribbean Fruit Stand, Japanese Sushi Bar, Italian Gelato Cart, and New York Deli.

Here's a quick tour of the site...

The Hong Kong Wet Market includes the iconic red lamps and seafood tanks with plush items of lobsters, crabs, octopus and clams.

 The Hong Kong Wet Market is decorated with the iconic red lamps of the Hong Kong staple, as well as seafood tanks filled with plush versions of lobsters, crabs, octopuses, and clams.

  More than 290 pieces of baguettes, croissants and macarons plush toys are included in the French Bakery pavilion.

 At the French Bakery pavilion, more than 290 plush baguettes, croissants, and macarons are on display.

Tropical fruits such as coconuts, pineapples, watermelons, and bananas are included in the Caribbean Fruit Stand.

Tropical fruits such as coconuts, pineapples, watermelons, and bananas are included in the Caribbean Fruit Stand.

The replica of traditional Japanese Sushi Bar offers traditional elements, such as wooden and paper sliding doors and Japanese lanterns.

The replica of traditional Japanese Sushi Bar offers traditional elements, such as wooden and paper sliding doors and Japanese lanterns.

Colourful decorations and installations at the Italian Gelato Cart

Colourful decorations adorn the Italian Gelato Cart.

The New York Deli offers a typical red brick wall with food items include sauages, steaks, and ham.

The New York Deli offers a traditional red brick wall with standards like sausages, steaks, and ham.

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