Hong Kong’s Lan Kwai Fong to settle in Haikou
Lan Kwai Fong, the big name of Hong Kong's iconic stretch of bars and restaurants, is planning expand its second expansion in Haikou to tap growing domestic consumption, following its successful settlement in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan Province, reports hinews.cn.
Cities like Hangzhou, Foshan, Qingdao and Shenyang are lining up to open it but we finally decided to carry out this project in Haikou, Lan Kwai Fong Chairman Allan Zeman said in an interview in Chengdu.
"The project will be built around the Mission Hills so that people can enjoy various kinds of performances in the central of lake. We also plan to construct a ChinaGrove Street along the bank, trying to bring people the feelings of Grove in Los Angeles."
"Consumer spending is huge in China, it's absolutely amazing," Zeman said. Tea houses and hot-pot restaurants were opened for the company's Chengdu expansion to cater to Chinese tastes, and a similar plan will be adopted for Haikou, he said.