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The Italian Chamber of Commerce presents Italian Market 2016

by Sophie Cullen on May 10, 2016 in Lifestyle
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Images courtesy Italian Chamber of Commerce: Hong Kong and Macao

Images courtesy Italian Chamber of Commerce: Hong Kong and Macao

From 28-29 May, 2016, Cyberport Arcade will transform into little Italy thanks to Italian Market 2016

Presented by the Italian Chamber of Commerce: Hong Kong and Macao, Italian Market 2016 will give Hong Kong locals the opportunity to indulge in all things Italian. From mouth-watering gelato to traditional pizza and a range of traditional wines, this authentic Italian market will have a little something for both young and old.

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The event will also showcase a range of goods from both Italian and local artisans, including handcrafted jewellery, accessories and fashion items. Families will also be well-catered for with a kid's area, a relaxing sea-view terrace, lucky draws, live music, shows and other entertainment.

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Italian Market 2016 opens its doors to anyone looking for an exciting cultural experience and an opportunity to relax with friends on the weekend!

Details

When: Saturday 28 May, 12-9pm & Sunday 29 May, 12-8pm
Where: Cyberport – The Arcade, Ocean View Court & Sea View Terrace, 100 Cyberport Road, Pok Fu Lam
Fee: Free for ICC Members // Non-Members $50HKD – Register and pay here
More info: Please email Sara at icc@icc.org.hk

How to get there
Public Transportation from Central:
- Take the MTR Island Line to KENNEDY TOWN
- Walk towards Rock Hill Street; once here, take minibus 58 towards Aberdeen Centre (10 stops)
- Get off at Cyberport Block 3
- Walk toward The Arcade (3 mins)
or
- Walk to Pottinger Street
- Take BUS 30X towards Central (Exchange Square) (11 stops)
- Get off at Cyberport Bus Terminus

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