If you are a fan of Hello Kitty and you like Hong Kong’s sightseeings and culture, then you definitely should not miss the 2013 “Hello Kitty Back to 1960s” exhibition at the popular shopping mall Langham Place in Mongkok.
It’s a perfect combination of Hello Kitty and Hong Kong memories and a best place for your to reminiscent the good old times of Hong Kong when when the KCR (Kowloon Canton Railway) and the Kai Tak Airport still existed.
This summer, the Langham Place presents all the Hello Kitty fans a great Hello Kitty exhibition featured with Hong Kong’s culture. Hello Kitty fans can not only find the famous TST Clock Tower, former Kowloon Train Station, Star Ferry and Star Ferry Pier, but also discover the old Hong Kong’s pawnshop, photo shop, barbers, 24 flavor herbal tea shop, dim sum restaurant as well as the noodle stall. Don’t forget to take a photo by Dear Daniel, taste a Hello Kitty BBQ pork buns with Thomas, or take a free ride in his classic car. Everything is creatively combined with the cuteness for Hello Kitty and her friends.
The “Hello Kitty Back to 1960s” exhibition will last from July 26 to September 15, 2013 and stretches over several floors of the Langham Place Shopping Mall in Mongkok. Admission is free of charge. We found a great article about this exhibition from “Follow Kitty” website. For more detailed pictures, you can check the article “Travel Back to 1960s : Part 1 – Hello Kitty x Hong Kong Attractions in Langham Place“.