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HKTDC Hong Kong Toys & Games Fair

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A long-running exhibition of playthings for all ages draws interest from around the world.



WHAT: The 46th HKTDC Hong Kong Toys & Games Fair showcases offerings from across the industry. The fair has three highlighted zones - Brand Name Gallery: a prestige space for international premium brands; Smart-Tech Toys: a showcase of high-tech toys and games with virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and app-controlled functions; and Kidult World: dedicated to hobby goods, magic items, action and war-game items, models and figurines for grown-ups. The fair also features one-on-one buyer meetings, networking events, the Hong Kong Toys Industry Conference and seminars.The fair is divided into several exhibit categories – Educational Toys & Games; Electronic & Remote Control Toys; Festive & Party Items; Fireworks;  Kidult World (Hobby Goods, Magic Items, Action & War Games, Models & Figurines), Multiple Toys Products, Paper Products & Toy Packaging, Smart-Tech Toys, Soft Toys & Dolls, Testing, Inspection and Certification Service, World of Outdoor and Sporting Goods.


Fair DateOpening HoursRegistration Hours
6-8 January (Mon-Wed)9.30am-6.30pm9am-6pm
9 January (Thu)9.30am-5pm9am-3.30pm

Trade visitors aged 18 or above only. Admission fee HK$100 per person.WHO: Organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development CouncilWHY: Taking part in the earliest industry event for 2020 gives buyers, exhibitors and indeed all attendees a first-mover advantage. Giving unique access to the buoyant Asia-Pacific market, the fair welcomed more than 2,100 exhibitors and over 51,000 buyers from 128 countries and regions in 2019. WHERE: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition CentreAND YOU CAN QUOTE ME: We met buyers from different parts of the globe, mainly from Europe and Asia this year. The fair is the first step of a solid order process. It is a place where we show our expertise to make a first contact and orders usually happen after the second or third meetings with buyers.Katie Fontaine, Office Manager, Tralala Limited, Hong Kong – speaking at the 2019 eventFAIR WEBSITE:

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