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11 Skies: Hong Kong’s new retailtainment complex unveils attractions

HK$20 billion development will be Hong Kong’s largest retail and entertainment destination.

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11 Skies, an upcoming retailtainment destination in Hong Kong, will feature eight world-class attractions, with the first four set to open from late 2023 through early 2024.

Located in SkyCity, an integrated business and entertainment complex adjacent to Hong Kong International Airport, 11 Skies will be the city’s largest retail and entertainment destination.

Operated by K11, the HK$20 billion project from New World Development covers an area of 3.8 million square feet and houses the largest indoor entertainment hub in Hong Kong.

Attractions will include Hong Kong’s first 4D flying theatre (Timeless Flight Hong Kong), the first KidZania in Greater China, a Paddington-themed play experience, and an immersive art experience called Arte Museum.

Flying theatre attraction

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Timeless Flight Hong Kong will feature a borderless spherical screen, simulation seats and 4D motion technology. Riders will enjoy an immersive flight above Hong Kong.

Arte Museum is a collaboration with d’strict, a South Korean digital art innovator. It will be home to immersive artworks powered by projection mapping technology.

KidZania Hong Kong will offer play experiences, with children able to explore around 50 careers, including traditional Hong Kong occupations, within a three-storey interactive city.

Paddington Play Experience will be an edutainment attraction inspired by the loveable bear, where kids aged between four and 12 years old will enjoy playful experiences.

Immersive art and edutainment

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In addition to entertainment offerings, 11 Skies will have more than 800 shops, including more than 120 F&B outlets.

Adrian Cheng, CEO of New World Development and founder of K11, previously said the facility will be “a game-changer for Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area”.

Cheng said 11 Skies is “the first project that comprehensively combines retail, dining, entertainment, together with wellness and wealth management in one complete ecosystem for people in Hong Kong, Greater Bay Area and the rest of the world”.

Images: New World Development/K11

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Bea Mitchell

Bea is a journalist specialising in entertainment, attractions and tech with 10 years' experience. She has written and edited for publications including CNET, BuzzFeed, Digital Spy, Evening Standard and BBC. Bea graduated from King's College London and has an MA in journalism.

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