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  • Your guide to bubble tea in Hong Kong

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/bubble-tea/ Bubble Tea Cha Long Bubble tea is a drink that has become loved all around the world. Originating from Taiwan, the classic is a mixture of milk tea with boiled tapioca pearls. As the craze developed, so did the flavours and combinations. We’ve rounded up the best bubble tea shops
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  • Where to celebrate Cinco de Mayo this year

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/cinco-de-mayo/ Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican celebration that commemorates the country’s victory over the French empire. Now, it’s an internationally renowned day celebrated far and wide, spent indulging in Mexican cuisine and drink concoctions. From upscale dishes to hearty Tex-Mex bites, Hong Kong has plenty of spots to choose from.
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  • Your guide to Mother’s Day gifts

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/mothers-day-gift-guide/ Whether your mum has a taste for the finer things, appreciates a tasty mocktail or just loves to indulge in good food, scroll through the mother’s day deals and items we found that we know she’ll love. Read more: Dining specials to celebrate Mother’s Day Lyre’s Raise a glass and give
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  • Dining specials to celebrate Mother’s Day

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/mothers-day-dining-deals/ Mother’s day is right around the corner and restaurants are getting ready to celebrate the occasion. Treat your mother to a breakfast filled with bellinis in front of the Hong Kong harbour or a scrumptious buffet of luxury meats and seafood. Read more: Best wine retailers for every occasion The Ritz
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  • Nuts about peanut butter? 9 spots to get your fill

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/peanut-butter/ Peanut butter is an every day staple in breakfasts around the world. For some people, it’s so much more than that. We’ve found some of the most creative uses of it in restaurants around Hong Kong. Whether you’re looking for a breakfast on-the-go or protein-packed lunch, try one of these
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  • Laid-back lifestyle: the best neighbourhoods away from the city

    Author: Nicole Slater Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/laid-back-lifestyle-the-best-neighbourhoods-away-from-the-city/ Sai Kung Referred to as the city’s back garden, Sai Kung’s mountainous backdrop  will have you wondering if you’re still in Hong Kong. The seafront town offers a range of local businesses and a unique community, attracting many families and young couples wanting a laid-back lifestyle. With Hong Kong Academy
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  • 10 dog-friendly restaurants

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/dog-friendly-restaurants/ You might have the guilt of keeping your loved pooch at home but feel restricted on where you can go to meet your friends. We’ve found the best dog-friendly venues to try that mean you can please both your friends and your pup. Whilst you’re out with your dogs, why
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  • Flower power and spring specials

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/spring-specials/ Each season brings its individual flavours, ingredients and blooming florals. While it might be celebrating fresh seafood or vegetables in season, these restaurants are putting their creativity to the test this spring. Transport yourself to a field of flowers or a Japanese izakaya jazz den and refresh your palette with
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  • Best beaches in Hong Kong

    Author: Team Hong Kong Living Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/best-beaches-in-hong-kong/ Aside from the iconic skyline and Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong is also known for its many stunning beaches. And the best part? Most of them are just a short bus ride away from the city centre. We’ve rounded up a selection of the city’s finest sandy shores. Shek
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  • Hong Kong’s hottest hot cross buns

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/hot-cross-buns/ Easter holidays are coming with a long weekend to relax and celebrate with your family and friends. Whether its a Good Friday breakfast or weekend brunch, there are a few staples to top your table with. Hot cross buns have become a necessity with their spiced, fruity flavour and iconic
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  • Hong Kong’s best noodle bars

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/noodles-asia/ Noodles are one of the most staple carbs in Asia. With each country putting its own spin on the flavours, ingredients and spice levels that are used in its local dishes. From thin rice noodles to thick and circular udon, we’ve rounded up the different dishes and where to get
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  • The history of Aberdeen’s floating villages

    Author: Team Hong Kong Living Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/aberdeens-floating-villages/ Amid the bustling modern city, a group of people have been living in floating villages for generations. Located between Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen and northern Ap Lei Chau, Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter has long been one of the main shelters for local fishermen known as “people living on water.” With advancements to the
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  • An Easter gift guide

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/easter-gift-guide/ Easter eggs, chocolate bunnies and hot cross buns have all become staple treats to celebrate the Easter holidays. Whether you’re looking for eggs for an egg hunt or a cake to top your families Sunday brunch table with – we’ve found some of the most egg-ceptional treats in the city.
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  • Best picnic baskets to order in Hong Kong

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/picnics-hong-kong/ Following the pandemic, fresh and fun ways to spend your day are becoming more and more desired. Restaurants have met this new demand and have started creating novelty offerings, like these picnic baskets. Take away the hassle by ordering one of these luxurious spreads and venture out to the beach
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  • Six restaurants in far-flung places

    Author: Nicole Slater Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/restaurants-worth-trekking-to/ They say the best things in life take hard work and dedication, we couldn’t agree more. Whether you need a paddle out for some sea urchin or climb Hong Kong’s highest peak for a milk tea. We assure you, these restaurants are worth trekking to. Duen Kee Tea House Located
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  • Hong Kong Disneyland reopens

    Author: Nicole Slater Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/hong-kong-disneyland-reopens/ Hong Kong Disneyland has reopened its doors for a third time in less than a year. The resort will officially welcome back guest from today (Friday) as Covid-19 cases continue to fall. Health authorities found just eight new cases on Thursday. Disney’s reopening comes as Ocean Park, which recently secured
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  • Hong Kong’s best new restaurants 2021: March

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/hong-kong-new-restaurants-2021/ Hong Kong is one of the food capitals of the world, boasting abundance of local and international cuisine. The dining industry is constantly evolving, with restaurants, cafés and fine dining venues opening every week. Stay up to date with what is hot and new with our list of all the
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  • 10 best hikes in Kowloon

    Author: Katrina Lau Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/hikes-kowloon/ With the ongoing travel restrictions, taking a trip to the countryside is as far as we can get right now and we’re probably hiking more than ever this year. Bored of the well-trodden trails of Dragon’s Back, Tai Long Wan and High Junk Peak? We’ve got you covered. Venture out to the other side
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  • The freshest juice in Hong Kong

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/the-freshest-juice-in-hong-kong/ Whether you’re trying to increase your intake of fruits and vegetables or simply just love a juice, here are some of the best juice retailers in Hong Kong. From cold pressed, smoothies to even juice shots, there is a rainbow of options for you to try. If you’re looking for
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  • The history of Aberdeen’s floating villages

    Author: Team Hong Kong Living Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/aberdeens-floating-villages/   Amid the bustling modern city, a group of people have been living in floating villages for generations. Located between Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen and northern Ap Lei Chau, Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter has long been one of the main shelters for local fishermen known as “people living on water.” With advancements
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  • The best pizzas in Hong Kong and where to find them

    Author: Apple Lee Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/best-pizza-in-hong-kong/ Pizza. The ultimate comfort food after a night out in town. A quick fix for when you can’t be fussed to have a proper adult meal. The no-brainer solution to keep everyone well-fed and happy when you’re throwing a party. From the good ol’ margherita to experimental pies with quail
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  • Family-friendly things to do over Chinese New Year

    Author:  Gemma Shaw Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/chinese-new-year-events-things-to-do/ Chinese New Year, also referred to as Lunar New Year, is the biggest celebration in the Chinese calendar. Many families come together during this time to eat, drink and give red envelopes (lai see) full of money. While this years celebrations may look a little different, there is still plenty
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  • Your guide to exploring Tung Ping Chau

    Author: Rory Mackay Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/tung-ping-chau/ Source: Flickr Among the list of Hong Kong’s many outlying places, the castaway island of Tung Ping Chau is worth the trip at least once. The adventure to and from island, which is part of the Unesco Global Geopark, is as much an attraction as the being there is. From easy, beginner-friendly
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  • A Chinese New Year gift guide for foodies

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/chinese-new-year-gift-guide/ Chinese New Year (CNY) is just around the corner and shops are starting to sell traditional Cantonese puddings and auspicious seafood. Bring something new to your festive meal with one of these creative and modern gifts. From oolong tea cookies to luxury candy boxes, pick a Chinese New Year gift
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  • Best things to do in Hong Kong over Chinese New Year

    Author: Team Hong Kong Living Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/chinese-new-year-events-things-to-do/ It’s time to start planning how to celebrate Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. Also known as Lunar New Year, CNY is a time for families to come together and eat their fill, run around grabbing red envelopes of money called lai see and visit temples to pray for good fortune.
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  • 7 restaurants for healthy food in Sai Kung

    Author: Leanne Hong Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/healthy-food-sai-kung/ Feature image courtesy of Ali Oli Bakery & Café After an indulgent festive season, January is the perfect time to detox and recover with healthy food. Kickstart your New Year’s resolution with these local restaurants in Sai Kung, with plenty of vegetarian options. Read more: 10 vegan dishes in non-vegan restaurants 2084 
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  • 8 menus to celebrate Chinese New Year

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/celebrate-chinese-new-year-menus/ Chinese New Year (CNY) is right around the corner. After the year we just had, we need all the luck and prosperity we can get. Follow Chinese traditions with one of these luxurious Chinese New Year menus and dig into poon chois (CNY festive bowls) to celebrate in splendour and opulence. Read
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  • 10 places to eat vegetarian in Hong Kong

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/vegetarian-hong-kong/ Reduce your meat intake this year at these restaurants Are you trying to reduce your meat intake for the new year? Whether you’re actively trying or just interested in vegetarian options, here is a thorough list of some of the best in Hong Kong. Who said vegetarian had to be
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  • Your guide to hiking Twin Peaks and Violet Hill

    Author: Team Hong Kong Living Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/hikes-in-hong-kong-twin-peaks-and-violet-hill/ Feature image courtesy of @howard Dubbed the Terrible Twins for its butt-kicking steps, this trek past Twin Peaks and Violet Hill is dubbed “very difficult” by the AFCD . It gives any stair-climber machine a run for its money. Read more: Your guide to hiking Ng Tung Chai Waterfalls What you
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  • Things to do in Hong Kong this January

    Author: Ching Yuen Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/things-to-do-in-hong-kong-this-january/ Can you believe that it’s already 2021? Despite all odds, we were lucky enough to make it through last year so we are full of hope for this January. To keep everyone eentertained, here are some things for you to do throughout the month. Don’t forget to keep social distance
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