The giant duck is also bringing a boost to nearby businesses in Hong Kong. And among all kinds of available souvenirs, yellow duckling desserts are proving to be the most popular.
Duck postcards, bathtub-ready rubber duckies, duck pictures, and even duck viewing rooms in hotels --all good, but not edible.
If you want something to sink your teeth into, these vivid duckling desserts will do. This hotel will be offering them every night of this month.
The giant duck is also bringing a boost to nearby businesses in Hong Kong.
The king of them all is this green tea mango cake.
Patrick See, Pastry Chef of Marco Polo Hotel, Hong Kong, said, “The vivid duck is made of chocolate, swimming on the ocean, with the seabird, representing the giant rubber duck visiting Victoria Harbor.”
The hotel manager says they didn't expect the desserts to be so popular.
Mark J. Heywood, General Manager of Marco Polo Hotel, Hong Kong, said, "They would hire more people for the making the deserts. The yellow duck is an art from Europe to HK, introducing some culture, a new style of culture to Hong Kong.