AttractionsA miniaturised version of Hong Kong is coming to Singapore, allowing visitors to explore the city’s colourful sights and rich heritage in a short time.

Honey, I shrunk Hong Kong

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Take in the entirety of Pottinger Street’s colourful row of street shops at the Hong Kong: Through the Looking Glass exhibition.
Take in the entirety of Pottinger Street’s colourful row of street shops at the Hong Kong: Through the Looking Glass exhibition. Photo Credit: Hong Kong Tourism Board

Miss the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong’s kaleidoscopic city life? Hong Kong: Through the Looking Glass is a new exhibition coming to Singapore that allows visitors to view the destination from a fresh new perspective with dioramas of the streets, markets, heritage buildings and more.

The exhibition blends Hong Kong’s past and present with 40 handmade miniature models showcasing the multifaceted city — from its quaint and rustic shophouses to its contemporary architectural marvels.

Highlights include taking in the intricate details of The Blue House, a historic landmark of Wan Chai neighbourhood, before it underwent its facelift; and viewing the Tai O Heritage Hotel from all angles.

This two-week exhibition, launched in celebration of Hong Kong’s 25th anniversary, debuts in Singapore on 4 April, following its previous successful tours across various cities in China and Japan. The exhibition will be housed within Suntec City East Atrium. Admission is free, and complimentary colouring books of Hong Kong’s landscape will be given away while stocks last.

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