Cona’s Choco Castle
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The first floor looks like a European library, where light shows are held. There is also an area that sells chocolates and souvenirs. On the second floor, there is a DIY classroom, a dining area, and a cellar restaurant. There is an interactive “chocolate history wall” and demonstrations of chocolate production on the third floor. Visitors can learn about how the country’s thinnest 0.35mm chocolate sandwiches are made.
Visitors can even join guided tours and have afternoon tea (including ice cream) here at Cona’s Choco Castle. All corners of the castle are great for taking impressive Instagram photos, too.
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