Hui Lau Shan at klia2 is located at the Departure Hall of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport Terminal 2 (klia2) for your enjoyment.
Hui Lau Shan‘s first traditional herbal tea shop in the early 1960’s, starting with Herb Jelly and a variety of herbal teas, which are believed to provide Chinese medical health functions.
Attributed to the desire on innovation and determination, a product breakthrough of Mango Sago Mix in 1992 has earned Hui Lau Shan a fame of Hong Kong Fresh Fruit Dessert Pioneer.
Presently, Hui Lau Shan has become the largest dessert chain in Hong Kong.
|Hui Lau Shan at klia2
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|Departure Hall, Main Terminal Building, klia2
About Hui Lau Shan
Hui Lau Shan is a chain of dessert shops based in Hong Kong.
Founded in the 1960s as a herbal tea outlet, the chain evolved into a restaurant chain specializing in sweets, snacks and dessert soups called tong sui.
Since the introduction of mango pomelo sago in the early 1990s, Hui Lau Shan has additionally been known for its mango-themed desserts.
The chain was acquired by Royal Dynasty International Holding Company, a mainland Chinese catering chain in 2015 for 524 million RMB.
Its Hong Kong business was filed for winding-up in 2020, with Hui Lau Shan citing declined customers attributed to the 2019–20 Hong Kong protests.
A settlement was subsequently reached whereby the winding-up petition was withdrawn in July 2020.
Shops & Services at klia2
In total, the combined retail space at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport Terminal 2 (klia2 terminal) - retail shops at Gateway@klia2 mall (32,516 m2) and retail shops at klia2 terminal (35,000 m2) - make up about 13.6% of the total floor space.
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