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The Largest TOMICA Christmas Wonderland Is In HK Olympian City

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This Christmas, Olympian City will be transformed into TOMICA Christmas wonderland, taking visitors onto the first TOMICA Christmas Journey full of thrilling games and fascinating activities.

The wonderland stood the world’s first 6-meter Christmas tree surrounded by huge TOMICA cars. Those who complete the TOMICA challenges can each win a limited edition gift! Moreover, the on-site TOMICA Tryout Centre will showcase more than 2,000 TOMICA die cast cars and PLARAIL railroad toys for children to play with. TOMICA fans can also indulge in dead-stock collectables and the latest TOMICA cars preview in the Christmas wonderland. Feel like owning a personalised TOMICA die cast car? Go to the TOMICA DIY Workshop to make your own four-wheel toy!


The Largest TOMICA Christmas Wonderland in HK Olympian City

Exploring at TOMICA Christmas Wonderland works
Various TOMICA Toy Cars are at the Christmas Wonderland. Children can transform into racers to enjoy the merry Christmas with TOMICA! Little one’s driving talent could be unleashed at TOMICA Challenge Corner, where a colourful collection of exciting games greet the successful littler drivers with limited edition gifts. Brilliant players who have completed all three games are entitled to try their luck on the claw crane for a limited version TOMICA die cast car.

TOMICA Creative Studio
Completed all challenges, customers could become a TOMICA designer! They can let their imagination run wild and use magic spray to paint their own distinctive TOMICA die cast car on the giant display screen. After that, they can send their works as Christmas cards to their loved ones.

HK First Ever TOMICA Experience Zone
TOMICA Experience Zone provides more than 2,000 TOMICA toy cars and PLARIAL railway toys for children to play with. Olympian Kids members would be able to have a trial before being the “car owner”. Rare TOMICA die cast cars will be put on display alongside the preview pieces first-time on show in Hong Kong. Moreover, the curator of the Centre will present the precious collection of TOMICA on the spot on designated dates.

Exclusive offer at TOMICA Christmas Pop Up Store
When the Christmas Journey comes to an end, don’t miss visiting the TOMICA Christmas Pop Up Store. The store offers the most comprehensive range of the latest TOMICA products. Customers with a spending totalling the designated amount can each receive a limited edition TOMICA toy car flown from Japan as a gift. Olympian Kids member with the specified spending amount can receive an exclusive gift. (Limited gifts are available on a first-come first-served basis). Also, selected restaurants at Olympian City will celebrate Christmas with TOMICA Children‘s Meal. In this holiday season, little TOMICA fans can dine with their favourite TOMICA tableware.

Besides, customers with required Olympian Kids points or an electronic spending totalling the designated amount at two outlets in Olympian City or Coronation Circle are each entitled to redeem a limited special gift from TOMICA including TOMICA die cast car, limited edition TOMICA placemat and TOMICA toy car collection bag.

TOMICA Assembly Factory and Charity Sale
To share the joy with under-privileged persons, Olympian City will hold a toy car charity sale on 3 Jan. to raise funds for children in need. Proceeds from the sale of used toy cars at TOMICA Driving Centre will be donated to “Operation Santa Claus (OSC)” for charitable use. On the other hand, by donating $50 to OSC, customers can also create their own unique TOMICA drawing car! Design their favourite pattern on the special sketch paper and follow the assembly procedure to build their one and only TOMICA toy car!

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