AIA Great European Carnival

AIA Great European Carnival 2016

aia great european carnival 2016

AIA Great European Carnival will be back to the Central Harbourfront in December 2016. AIA Carnival 2016/2017 will be there to celebrate Christmas, New Year’s Eve and Chinese New Year. AIA Christmas Carnival Hong Kong has become an annual tradition for many Hong Kong people and tourists during the festive periods. This lively carnival, as always, has countless activities such as rides, booth games, parades, Ferris wheel and the European Food Market.

AIA Great European Carnival attracted one million visitors last year. This year, other than those exciting rides, there will be more selfie areas with new characters such as the Viking family, pirates, wildlife, 3D stereo and European scenery. New games and traditional favourites will also bring you surprise as over 1,000,000 toys and dolls are waiting for you to bring them home, including Trolls from Dreamworks’s latest film, characters from Disney, Marvel, Sesame Street, Minions and Super Mario.

Great value European and Asian gourmet offering in centralized food court cannot be missed. It is located right in front of the big stage so that guests can enjoy food and entertainment at the same time. The big stage will provide a wide range of entertainment like choirs, dance shows, rock n roll, DJ’s and magicians.

  • Date: 16 December 2016 to 12 February 2017
  • Time: 11am to 11pm
  • Admission:
    • HKD125 (includes HKD100 value of tokens) for adult
    • HKD90 (includes HKD70 value of tokens) for children aged 3-11 and concession
    • HKD35 entry fee only
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How to get to AIA Carnival Hong Kong 2016

  • By Star Ferry: Central Pier
  • By MTR: Central Station – IFC Mall exit
  • By Bus: Central Bus Terminus Exchange Square
  • Taxi Stands: Ferry Piers, IFC Mall, Exchange Square PTI, Hong Kong Station
  • Parking: IFC Mall, City Hall

Hope you have fun at AIA Great European Carnival 2016. Please feel free to leave us comments or contact us if you have any questions. Thank you for reading this post. Please like us on Facebook and share our post!

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