HKTDC Hong Kong Toys & Games Fair is Set to Return in January 2023
No more quarantine to facilitate the visiting of global buyers
Further relaxation of quarantine measures to facilitate the visiting of global buyers
The Hong Kong SAR Government announced a further relaxation of quarantine measures for inbound travellers with effect from 26 Sep 2022. Under the “0+3” scheme, inbound travellers no longer need to do the pre-flight PCR test and quarantine in a designated hotel. Travellers with an amber code during the three days of medical surveillance can also participate in B2B events. The Return2hk Scheme and Come2hk Scheme will be extended to cover all places in the Mainland and Macao with no quota restriction. The latest quarantine arrangement for inbound travellers provides convenience for global buyers to visit the Hong Kong Toys & Game Fair, as well as the concurrent Hong Kong Baby Products Fair and the Hong Kong International Stationery & School Supplies Fair.
Wide Range of Exhibits on Display
To facilitate buyers’ sourcing needs, the fair will feature a number of product zones including the Brand Name Gallery, which will showcase branded products with eye-catching design and innovative functions. Kidult World will feature products for grown-ups like hobby goods, magic items, action and war game items, as well as art toys, models and figurines. Also returning in the upcoming edition will be the Smart-Tech Toys, displaying toys and games that incorporate innovative technologies such as AI, AR, VR, etc. Green toys, as one of the industry's currently hottest topics, will also be highlighted in the fair to meet market needs.
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