Hot off the press! Calling all Ramen noodle-lovers –the Cup Noodles Museum has opened in Hong Kong! And while there is something truly comforting about a warm cup of noodles on a lazy Sunday or after a night out, this museum attaches all the fun to our favorite comfort food.
Are you ready for some slurp fun at the Cup Noodles Museum? Book your tickets today!
Nissin’s famous Cup Museum, which has gained success in Japan, is bringing the joy of noodles to the heart of Tsim Sha Shui in a spacious 10,000 square foot noodle-filled venue. With three interactive exhibitions, you’ll be able to unleash your creativity and curiosity while learning all about the inventions of Momofuku Ando.
The iconic “My Cup Noodles Factory” workshop allows kids to enjoy an amusing 30-minute session personalizing their own Cup noodles – from the ingredients inside to the packaging outside. Or try the classic “Demae Iccho Factory” for a more hands-on experience. The 90-minute session lets mini cooks see the process from start to finish – making instant noodles from scratch to finally drying the noodles with Nissin’s secret flash-frying method.
Debuting in Hong Kong is the “My Granola Factory” workshop which showcases the manufacturing process of granola and the special puffing process in a fun 30-minute session.
Besides interactive workshops, there are plenty of exhibitions to lead you through the history of the cup noodles, the founder’s reverse thinking process, and Instagram-worthy photo ops – such as the grand Cup Noodles wall showcasing flavors and packaging from around the globe or the massive 3-meter Big Cup ready to pour noodles over you!
A hands-on and interactive experience learning and making our favorite cup of noodles!
Instant-noodle lovers – kids and grownups alike!
If you're planning to participate in one of the workshops, you can make advance bookings on their website.
Open Mon, Tue, Thu, Sun: 11:15am-8:15pm, Fri, Sat & PH: 11:15am-9:15pm
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