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Hong Kong (Chinese: 香港, Xianggang) is the 29th city in Gummy Drop!.

Story

Introduction:
You arrived in Hong Kong by a sail board to rebuild the monuments.
Epilogue:
After you rebuilt all the monuments, you will travel by a Tai O river boat to Singapore.

Souvenir symbols

  • Hong Kong Souvenir1.pngChinese lantern
  • Hong Kong Souvenir2.pngDragon
  • Hong Kong Souvenir3.pngPanda

Rewards

Achievement Image Reward Passport Stamp
Build all monuments GummyDrop BuiltAllMonuments.png
Intern: Complete all level 1 Passport Intern Box.png Passport Level1Stamp.png
Architect: Complete all level 2 Passport Architect Box.png Passport Level2Stamp.png
Master Builder: Complete all level 3 Passport MasterBuilder.png Passport Level3Stamp.png
Build 100% of city Passport CityComplete Box.png Passport CompleteStamp.png

Citizens

Levels

This city contains 200 levels, consists of 120 normal levels, 60 side-levels, and 20 Helping Hand levels.

Monuments

# Monument Levels Requirement Image
Bricks Hats Gems Green Gems
1 Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center 1-10 90,000 - - -
Hong Kong Stamp01.png
The huge center required an impressive amount of bamboo scaffolding to build - laid from end to end it would be equivalent to the distance between Hong Kong and British Columbia.
2 Hong Kong Park 11-20 200,000 - - -
Hong Kong Stamp02.png
Much like New York's Central Park, the pastoral fields are at the center of one of the world's most bustling cities. The attractions include Hong Kong's largest bird sanctuary, a place visitors are said to go coo-coo over.
3 Hong Kong Clock Tower 21-30 175,000 - - 3
Hong Kong Stamp03.png
While the rail station built to hold it has vanished, the historic steam age tower is a beloved reminder of the steam age and a beacon to visitors to Hong Kong.
4 International Commerce Center 31-40 195,000 - - 4
Hong Kong Stamp04.png
The highest building in Hong Kong at 1588 feet was planned to go even higher, but for a law that makes it illegal to scale higher than the surrounding mountains.
5 Chi Lin Nunnery 41-50
Hong Kong Stamp05.png
The rare Buddhist nunnery features an elegant design of interlocking, intricate sections of wood. They are joined without any nails to indicate the harmony of human relationships, as well as the astounding skill of the woodworkers.
6 Big Buddha 51-60
Hong Kong Stamp06.png
The statute, created from 250 tons of bronze is said to be large enough to be seen from Macao. It was officially completed on December 29th, 1993 - the date the Chinese call the day of the Buddha's enlightenment.
7 Peak Tower 61-70
Hong Kong Stamp07.png
The Peak Tram carries 12,000 people a day up Victoria Peak to witness an astounding view of the city. Visitors are also getting a ride on one of the oldest methods of transit around: It was first built in 1888.
8 Bank of China Tower 71-80
Hong Kong Stamp08.png
Although the sharp lines of the futuristic building displeased many residents, the tower's science fiction appeal resulted in a starring role in the cult classic TV series, "Star Trek: Voyager."
9 Lippo Centre 81-90
Hong Kong Stamp09.png
Although the unique-looking Lippo Center looks lifted from a Bond movie - and was even originally called the Bond Center - it has nothing to do with James Bond. It was owned by Australian businessman Aland Bond who was forced to sell to the Lippo Group after a financial setback.
10 Hong Kong Stadium 91-100
Hong Kong Stamp10.png
Due to the frequent rain in the city, the stadium offers welcome weather protection for visitors. Unfortunately for athletes, however, the playing field is entirely open to the elements.
11 Ocean Park 101-110
Hong Kong Stamp11.png
Hong Kong's Ocean Park amusement park is one of the most visited in the world. Since 1977, the park has welcomed nearly 100 million of tourists to tour the exhibits like Thrill Mountain, and watch giant pandas at their somewhat less thrilling task of eating and sleeping.
12 The Aberdeen 111-120
Hong Kong Stamp12.png
The floating village is the result of an ancient ordinance that tossed the rebellious Tanka tribe off Chinese lands. But the Tanka got them on a technicality: They moved off the land, and into house boats called sampans. Although the ordinance is long gone, the tradition lives on.

Helping Hand levels

Special Item Missions

# Levels Special Item Image Reward Citizen Character Quote
1 1-10 10 nunchucks Hong Kong SpecialItem01.png Blue Hat.png65,000 Hong Kong Citizen06.png
2 11-20
3 21-30 10 investment programs Hong Kong SpecialItem03.png Green Gem.png3 Hong Kong Citizen02.png
4 31-40 10 fans Hong Kong SpecialItem04.png Green Gem.png10 Hong Kong Citizen05.png
41-50 10 Gummy Guy Gummy Guy Resource Mart builder.png Resource Mart unbuilt.png
5 51-60 10 throwing stars Hong Kong SpecialItem05.png Green Gem.png5 Hong Kong Citizen06.png
6 61-70 10 smartphones Hong Kong SpecialItem06.png Pink Gem.png80,000 Hong Kong Citizen07.png
7 71-80
81-90 10 Gummy Guy Gummy Guy Resource Mart builder.png Resource Mart unbuilt.png
8 91-100 10 sabers Hong Kong SpecialItem08.png Green Gem.png3 Hong Kong Citizen05.png
9 101-110
10 111-120 10 electronic translators Hong Kong SpecialItem10.png Green Gem.png3 Hong Kong Citizen02.png


Helping Locals

# Level Citizen Spend Reward
1 13 Hong Kong Citizen04.png Coin.png150 Pink Gem.png125,000
2 97 Hong Kong Citizen01.png Coin.png220 Orange Brick.png180,000

Mystery Boxes

# Level Reward
1 42
2 89

Music

This track plays while on the city map.

Quotes by Sam

  • "Double your happiness in Hong Kong!"
  • "Hong Kong welcomes you!"
  • "Hope you enjoy Hong Kong!"

Trivia

  • Hong Kong shares its music with Shanghai.
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