Paddington experience to open at 11 Skies in Hong Kong

A Paddington-themed family play experience is one of four new attractions to open at 11 Skies, the largest ‘retailtainment’ landmark in Hong Kong, from next year.

The Paddington experience will join the city’s first 4D motion flying theatre, Timeless Flight Hong Kong; South Korea’s largest immersive media art exhibition, Arte Museum; and the first KidZania in Greater China.

The projects will be gradually unveiled from the end of 2023 to early 2024.

Situated in Sky City at Hong Kong International Airport, 11 Skies will be the largest retailtainment landmark in Hong Kong.

A HKD20 billion development, 11 Skies spans over a total gross floor area of 3.8 million square feet and is home to the largest indoor entertainment hub in Hong Kong of 570,000 square feet. In total, it will host eight ‘HK first’ entertainment attractions for all ages and demographics.

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