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Struggling Hong Kong malls roll out attractions such as Cupnoodles Museum, Lego playground in bid to lure families back amid pandemic

Hong Kong’s shopping malls are upping their family entertainment offerings in a bid to woo back local shoppers put off by the pandemic.Companies operating such attractions are only too happy to take advantage of the lower rents on offer, eagerly snapping up large spaces in a retail landscape that has seen an exodus of big names.Japan’s Nissin Foods recently opened a vast Cupnoodles Museum, the first outside Japan, in the China Hong Kong City mall in Tsim Sha Tsui. “Cupnoodles Museum is one of…

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