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TIKITIKI BOWLING BAR brings NEW FUN

by Leona Liu on Sep 21, 2015 in Lifestyle
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 The first Tikitiki Bowling Bar in Hong Kong creates a new entertainment concept

With an exotic island culture atmosphere and furniture sourced from destinations all over the world, the new Tikitiki Bowling Bar in Sai Kung provides a real fun destination for social interaction outside of Facebook.

Furniture weathered in multi-coloured woods creates a contemporary and stylish atmosphere

The 10 bowling lanes are decorated with fluorescent pins and life size video screens featuring exotic destinations and five different themed areas that have their own personality are named appropriately for the mood.

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The bar features an atmosphere of Island culture and mythology

Besides bowling, a live music lounge, three bars with signature cocktails, a restaurant with an outdoor area encompassing the natural views of Sai Kung, and two garden lounges for those who want to sit outside and enjoy the balmy air while sipping on tropical cocktails allow guests to indulge in island food and drinks with live music.

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The Grand Opening of Tikitiki Bowling Bar will take place on October 15th 2015, and will feature the Miss Tikitiki Sea Goddess Bikini Pageant where the winner will walk away with $100K.

 

 

 

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