The Kaleido Park, in essence, is a celebration of the relationship between flowers and humans. In a first for Hong Kong, the multi-hectare attraction will offer an unforgettable immersive journey that engages directly with its visitors through the beauty and aesthetics of flowers, stimulating our senses of sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste.
The multi-hectare initiative, which is proposed to be situated at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort’s possible Phase 2 development in Lantau, will become the driving force behind Hong Kong’s inbound Cultural Tourism, a rapidly growing segment of the industry. The ambitious project will offer visitors a unique immersive horticultural experience that connects nature with human emotions through the symmetry of colours and shapes of flowers.
Aligned with the Hong Kong SAR Government’s plans to step up efforts to organise mega events, and promote tourism-related initiatives, The Kaleido Park will elevate Hong Kong to a leading Cultural Tourism hotspot of Asia, attracting a wider community of global travellers who are technology and social media savvy, especially those actively seeking new experiences and enjoy ‘thematic’ travel. It will create positive economic impact and bring public joy to local residents through its array of breath-taking floral displays, flower shows, interaction and immersive workshops, and kids’ activities.