Chocolate Museum Hong Kong

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The Art of Chocolate Museum Hong Kong

The Art of Chocolate Museum has been opened in Hong Kong since 30 May 2017. The Chocolate Museum World Tour had covered 50 cities and attracted half a million visitors including foreign dignitaries and celebrities. Hong Kong is the 55th city that exhibits these eye-catching and mouthwatering chocolate art pieces.

Hong Kong Chocolate Museum presents various high-quality chocolate crafted items, numerous compositions and installations, sculptures, chocolate paintings and other unique and interesting art pieces covering an area of 3300 sq.ft. You can find the largest chocolate picture in the world depicting the beautiful skyline of the Victoria Harbour. Local icons and global landmarks are featured, such as the Big Buddha, the Peak Tramway, the signature chocolate Eiffel Tower of 2.4m height and many others. Each of them are sculpted by the famous chocolatier, Nikolai Popov.

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The first Chocolate Museum of Hong Kong is an ideal place for chocolate lovers. You can also participate in the chocolate workshop and create your own chocolate masterpieces.


Opening hours:

  • 10am-6pm (Mon-Fri)
  • 9am-6:30pm (Sat-Sun and Public Holidays)

How to get to Hong Kong Chocolate Museum

  • MTR Tung Chung Station and then take Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car
  • Bus No. 23 from Tung Chung Town Centre to Ngong Ping Village

Address: Shop no. 12, Ngong Ping Village, Lantau Island, Hong Kong (previously on the Peak)


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