Hong Kong’s human ghosts, ghouls and vampires
can devour a special menu at themed restaurant Bubba Gump and pose
for spooky photographs at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong in a joint
Halloween promotion by the neighbouring Peak Tower attractions.
The “Eerie Eats and Treats” promotion includes an
admission ticket and a 4R photo at Madame Tussauds the world
famous home of the famous plus a special menu at the themed
seafood restaurant priced at HK$380 from 29 October to the
scariest night of the year on 31 October 2010.
The package is
available at Bubba Gump, Madame Tussauds admission counter at the
Peak Tower and Madame Tussauds kiosk at Garden Road Peak Tram
An extended package “Spooky Thrills and
Spills” also offers a 2-way ticket aboard the historic Peak Tram.
This package costs HK$418.
Halloween menu at Bubba Gump features appetizers of onion rings
and classic Caesar salad, followed by main course choices of
either ‘Dumb Luck’ Coconut Shrimp with Cajun marmalade, coleslaw
and French fries, Shrimp & Veggie Stir Fry with sweet & spicy
sauce and rice or Baby Back Ribs with fries.
unique ‘Surprise Halloween Dessert’ completes the menu and do not
miss the cocktails for both adults and
kids in souvenir ‘blinking light’ tumblers to take home.
For kids, the non-alcoholic ‘’Jack-O-Lantern Lemonade’
(HK$62) is frozen lemon-up with a spooky spider ring floating on
top. Adults can celebrate with the ‘Trick or Treat Twister’
(HK$78) of rum, pomegranate, syrup and Malibu, twisted
with cranberry juice, pineapple juice and 7up.
spectacular views over Hong Kong, Bubba Gump and Madame Tussauds
are two of the most popular themed attractions atop The Peak.
Originally opened in August
2000, Madame Tussauds Hong Kong is the first permanent Madame
Tussauds in Asia and is one of nine Madame Tussauds that are
located in London, New York, Las Vegas, Amsterdam, Shanghai,
Washington D.C., Berlin and Hollywood. More are set to open, with
one in Bangkok scheduled to open in December.
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