The series of three limited edition MTR Classic Anime Souvenir Ticket Sets feature favourite cartoon characters from “Ninja Hattori Kun”, “Saint Seiya” and “Sailor Moon”. The ticket sets are available for sale from 2 October 2011 for three consecutive weeks while stock lasts.
Priced at $105, each set includes three specially-designed souvenir tickets a ticket holder and limited edition charms or a key chain. The first set “Ninja Hattori Kun” will be available
for sale on 2 October 2011, with the other two sets – “Saint Seiya” and “Sailor Moon” – available from 9 and 16 October 2011 respectively.
“The cartoon characters featured in these souvenir ticket sets were widely popular in Hong Kong in the 1980s and 90s,” said Ms Jeny Yeung, Commercial Director of MTR Corporation.
“Many people in Hong Kong grew up watching them. MTR Classic Anime Souvenir Ticket Series will no doubt bring back some happy childhood memories.”
Each souvenir ticket is valid for one single journey to any destination on the MTR** on or before 30 November 2011 (Wednesday) and will be returned as a souvenir after use.
The ticket sets will be available for sale at all MTR Customer Service Centres (except Airport Express, Light Rail, Lo Wu, Lok Ma Chau, Racecourse and Disneyland Resort stations) while stock lasts. Each person is limited to two sets per purchase.
Also in Asia today, City.Mobi is celebrating the success of its new guide to Hong Kong.
City.Mobi offers the most comprehensive mobile travel guides available, with over 800 cities in 200 countries listed. Each is developed by the City.Mobi team to combine into a single global travel directory.
HongKong.city.mobi is the latest in this illustrious line up, offering click to call functionality – which means no scribbling down telephone numbers.
Most entries are also linked to websites where users can quickly access more detailed information if needed.
Other key features include information on accommodation, restaurants, attractions, entertainment, nightlife, shopping, and transport.
City.Mobi guides include user reviews and traveller utilities such as a translation guide, currency converter, news and local weather guide.