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Hongkong Land launches shopping mall in Chongqing

It features a seven-storey botanical garden and sports and cultural interactive offerings.

Property firm Hongkong Land has launched its inaugural lifestyle retail series The Ring, Chongqing, the group’s first wholly-owned commercial development project in Southwest China, the company announced in a press release.

The property is a seven-level shopping mall with some 74,000 sqm of net leasable area. Through The Ring, Hongkong Land collaborated with the Chongqing Bureau of Geology & Mineral Exploration and Development aiming to accentuate the importance of local heritage.

Its seven-storey, 42-metre tall indoor botanical garden, coupled with its sports and culture-themed interactive offerings, aims to break traditional space limitations and bring people together with nature.

Hong Kong  Land also officially opened Kidzplorer, its latest STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) orientated parent-child amusement space, based around the concept of edutainment.

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