The cutest monsters have just arrived in Hong Kong for Christmas!

All around the world, special foods are one of the highlights at Christmas time: elaborate desserts and sweets usually find their way to almost any store, shopping basket and kitchen cupboard.  Those with a sweet tooth are surely looking forward to the start of this Christmas season, and eating to their heart’s content.

Have you ever wondered about those special chocolates and candy that look too perfect and tiny, and taste almost too good to be man-made?  Well, we have come upon a funny troupe of kawaii monster patissiers at Landmark Hong Kong, which may well be the magical creators of those wonderful treats!

This animated display called Cocoa Monsters, clearly inspired by the popular singing monsters game, come alive every 30 minutes: the monsters sing and dance while making delicious chocolates!  Check out the great pictures shared on the All About Hong Kong Facebook page about this wonderfully cute Christmas attraction.  Also, there is a short video available on the Landmark website that you should not miss if you love these kawaii monsters!

Have you got a favourite Christmas treat?  Tell us all about it!

What a colorful display!

What a colorful display!

It's stunning and super elaborate!

It’s stunning and super elaborate!

These monsters seem relaxed!

These monsters seem relaxed!

And these monsters look like they're busy!

And these monsters look like they’re busy!

Look at the treats they're making!

Look at the treats they’re making!

We really want some chocolate now!

We really want some chocolate now!

Wow! This display is so detailed!

Wow! This display is so detailed!

How beautiful is this? All photos in this post are courtesy of the All About Hong Kong Facebook page

How beautiful is this? All photos in this post are courtesy of the All About Hong Kong Facebook page

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