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Saturday, Feb 04, 2023

Sparkle with Christmas cheer at Ocean Terminal Forecourt

This Christmas, Harbour City turns the Ocean Terminal Forecourt into “Unicorn Merry-Go-Round Paradise” under the theme of “UniChristmas” from 17 Nov 2022 – 2 Jan 2023. Four unicorns with unique characteristics (Dreamy Bubble, representing dreams; Harmony Ocean, representing harmony; Jolly Trinity, representing happiness; and Twinkle Skylar, representing treasures) and their friends are invited to Harbour City from the land of fairytales. They join the party at this paradise with friends together and send their representing Christmas blessings to everyone.
The unicorn Jolly Trinity greets visitors at the front entrance of the park as you enter the fairyland from the 10-meter-tall iridescent Christmas tree. You will find a total of 18 unicorns wandering between 6 sets of specially designed “Unicorn Merry-Go-Round” and over 40 iridescent and glittering Christmas trees in different sizes.

You can also access the Charity Photography Zone by donation to enjoy the Christmas lights with your beloved one from the best angle. The biggest installation in this paradise, Unicorn Merry-Go-Round Palace is located at Ocean Terminal Main Entrance Staircase. The palace consists of more than 10 Christmas trees hanging in the air and placed on both sides of the ladder of dreams with hundreds of sparkling stars under the ceiling. Everyone can indulge in the shimmering fantasy fairyland together with the unicorns.

There are two sets of giant LED Unicorn Merry-Go-Round with multiple unicorns surrounding the LED pillar which displays the fairyland they came from. A 5-meter-tall die-cut 3D unicorn stands on top of the Merry-Go-Round at the paradise center, drawing everyone’s attention. Pass through the die-cut 3D unicorn and you will reach the Unicorn Christmas Tree Garden. Surrounded by iridescent Christmas trees, there are different unicorn-shaped installations so you can get up close to the wings, chair and donut for photo taking.

Harbour City also opens a UniChristmas Pop-up Store for charity sale of various unicorn themed premiums including card packs, Mystery Boxes of fragrance ornament, poncho towel, and plush toy, and far more! Moreover, Harbour City joins hands with Appolo ice-cream to launch exclusive unicorn themed Fruit Yogurt, available at its shop at Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier only.

Harbour City and our merchants provide a series of shopping rewards and themed activities during the Christmas season. In addition to redeeming Rewarding Every Day coupons, customers can receive complimentary Unicorn Card Pack and surprising Christmas gifts upon designated amount of spending. Simply make a purchase at selected kid’s fashion stores for a chance to receive a Mystery Box of fragrance ornaments. There are also unicorn themed drinks and delicacies at selected restaurants to bring you a “unique” and joyful Christmas! 
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