Giant “Moon Rabbit” art installation lands in Hong Kong Staged in China Hong Kong City, it will illuminate the Moon Festival with “Moon-ificent” offers by The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers

(17 September 2018 – Hong Kong) This year, the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival is going to be bigger and brighter than ever. China Hong Kong City joins hand with Amanda Parer, the world-renowned Australian artist and the creator of giant inflatable rabbits, presenting the “Moon Rabbit Lumiere” exhibition between 19 September and 17 October 2018 (both dates inclusive) in Hong Kong for its first time. Staged in China Hong Kong City, the “Moon Rabbit Lumiere” will be launched, alongside a series of “Moonie Bunny Fiesta” dining and accommodation offers by The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers.

In collaboration with the world-famous Amanda Parer, 5 dreamlike inflatable giant rabbits will station at China Hong Kong City, a glittering gold-colour building that offers a panoramic sunset view over Victoria Harbour. Exhibited in more than 80 cities in countries including Canada, Finland, Germany, Turkey and the US, the iconic inflatable illuminated rabbits finally land in Hong Kong.

Pay a visit to the podium level of China Hong Kong City and join the “Moon-ificent” festivities during the “Moon Rabbit Lumiere” exhibition period. Start off the celebrations with LED Fire Dragon Dance surrounded with giant rabbit lanterns on the Mid-Autumn Festival (24 September 2018). The “Golden Sunset Music Festival” on 29 September 2018 (Saturday) soaking in the live music performance by international musicians while overlooking the breathtaking skyline of Hong Kong. Look no further than the “Moon Rabbit Sunset Yoga” if you enjoy practicing yoga and mindfulness against the backdrop of a striking harbour view on 7 and 11 October 2018.

In supporting the exhibition, The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers proudly presents an array of offers for the public to enjoy while visiting the “Moon Rabbit”.

Afternoon Tea with the Moon Rabbit

Pierside Bar & Restaurant will tempt your palate with the Mid-Autumn Festival-themed afternoon tea during the exhibition period. “Afternoon Tea with Moon Rabbit” features all the fruity delicacies matching the Full Moon Festival including silk-like Persimmon Panna Cotta, Yuzu Mousse Caket, the cutest Star Fruit Lamington and the adorable Pear Lollipop, plus the the crumbliest scone, Alaska King Crab with Mini Pita Bread, Mini Mooncakes hand-crafted by the talented chef team and more.

  • Venue: Pierside Bar & Restaurant
  • Price: HK$398* for two persons including freshly brewed coffee or organic tea
  • Period: Available from 22 September to 14 October 2018, Saturday to Sunday, 3pm to 5:30pm

Sugary Bunny Bites

The hotel also celebrates the Full Moon Festival with various rabbit sweet treats including Rabbit-shaped Yuzu Mousse Cake available at the buffet spread at Café on the PARK and captivating 3D Bunny Yuzu Mousse Cake available at PARK Deli.

3D Bunny Mousse Cake

    • Venue: PARK Deli
    • Price: HK$368 per cake# (1 lb)
    • Period: Available on 19 September to 14 October 2018, Monday to Sunday

# Advance order is required

Moon Rabbit Staycation

What better way to embrace the traditional Lunar Full Moon Festival than basking in the views of the illuminated giant Moon Rabbits. The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers launches the “Moon Rabbit Room Packages” from 18 September 2018 turning the hotel as a part of the Moon Palace. Book a Deluxe Harbour View Room or Towers Harbour Suite via hotel website to enjoy the following complimentary privileges:

Deluxe Harbour View Room

      • Daily breakfast buffet at Café of the PARK for a maximum of 2 registered guests
      • One can of Chinese tea Wuyi DA HUNG PAO (14g) per stay
      • One piece of traditional mooncake OR two pieces of mini mooncake per stay
      • Two rabbit shaped lanterns per stay

Towers Harbour Suite

      • Club Lounge access for a maximum of 2 registered guests
      • One jar of black pepper cashew nut per stay
      • Two bottles of Moon Goddess beer per stay
      • Two pieces of mini mooncake per stay
      • Two rabbit shaped lanterns per stay

Rates: Best Available Rates* via hotel website

Period: 18 September – 18 October 2018 (both dates inclusive)

*Terms & conditions apply

Dine, Snap and WIN

Snap and post a rabbit-related tidbit from any restaurants at The Royal Pacific Hotel & Tower on own social media platforms (Facebook or Instagram) and “Check-in” at the exhibition to enjoy a complimentary glass of selected wine or drink!

We all are photographers with a smartphone on hand! Take a photogenic photo and get as much like as you can on Instagram with official hashtag to win a dining voucher!

Last but surely not the least, stand a chance to receive a branded rabbit tote bag if you dine around The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers posting photos of all luscious and eye-catching specialties from Pierside Bar & Restaurant, Café on the PARK and PARK Deli on your own social media platforms!

Buffets details of Café on the PARK

 Monday to FridaySaturday, Sunday and Public Holiday
Lunch Buffet
(12:00 noon – 2:30pm)
HK$338* (Adult)
HK$238* (Child)
HK$418* (Adult)
HK$288* (Child)
Dinner Buffet
(6:00pm – 9:30pm)
HK$618* (Adult)
HK$378* (Child)
HK$668* (Adult)
HK$428* (Child)

For restaurant enquiries, please contact Pierside Bar & Restaurant
Tel: (852) 2738 2398
Address: Upper Lobby, Towers Wing, The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers, China Hong Kong City, 33 Canton Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Café on the PARK & PARK Deli
Tel: (852) 2738 2322
Address: 2/F, Hotel Wing, The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers, China Hong Kong City, 33 Canton Road, Tsimshastsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

For room reservations and enquiries, please contact Reservations Department
Tel: (852) 2738 2222

*Subject to 10% service charge

Afternoon Tea with the Moon Rabbit3D Bunny Yuzu Mousse Cake
Deluxe Harbour View RoomTowers Harbour Suite

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About The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers

Located on Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui in Kowloon, The Royal Pacific Hotel and Towers provides high-quality accommodation, food & beverage, and other hospitality services. The hotel provides an enticing array of dining options, including Café on the PARK which serves all-day international buffets, the award-winning Satay Inn which provides authentic Singaporean cuisine, the sleek and chic Pierside Bar & Restaurant known for its contemporary Australian fare, and PARK Deli which offers a tempting array of freshly-baked pastries and choice of sandwiches. Other facilities include 8 function spaces to suit the needs of business and leisure travellers.

About Sino Hotels

Sino Group comprises three listed companies in Hong Kong, namely Sino Land Company Limited (HKSE: 83), Tsim Sha Tsui Properties Limited (HKSE: 247) and Sino Hotels (Holdings) Limited (HKSE: 1221) and private companies owned by the Ng Family.

Sino Hotels collectively refers to hotels owned and / or managed under Sino Group, it encompasses over 3,600 guestrooms and suites in ten hotels across Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia. The growing portfolio includes seven hotels in Hong Kong, namely The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers, City Garden Hotel, Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel, Island Pacific Hotel, The Pottinger Hong Kong, The Olympian Hong Kong and Conrad Hong Kong, as well as three in Asia-Pacific, namely The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore and The Westin Sydney. Sino Hotels also owns and operates the exclusive Gold Coast Yacht & Country Club in Hong Kong.

As a trusted brand of the hospitality industry, each property in Sino Hotels’ portfolio offers a unique experience while sharing the mission of providing the best possible services and facilities to create a home away from home.

About China Hong Kong City

Located in the heart of the Tsim Sha Tsui tourist district on Canton Road, this commercial complex includes a comprehensive shopping malls, five office towers that offer spectacular harbour & park views, connected to The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers. China Hong Kong City is also a transport hub with China Ferry Terminal, bus and taxi terminals and ample car parking facilities. Hong Kong’s high-speed rail link to mainland China is due to open in September 2018, The train station is 5- minute walking distance from China Hong Kong City. It is a perfect destination for locals and tourists providing all-in-one shopping experience.

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