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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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  • Where to get the best hot chocolate in Hong Kong

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/best-hot-chocolate-hong-kong/ Whilst hot chocolate might seem like a childhood treat you used to have growing up, there is nothing stopping you from indulging in one on a regular day. From bean to bar delicacies to marshmallow toppings—these beverages will warm you up and put a smile on your face. Read more: The
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  • 8 last minute New Year plans to save the year

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/last-minute-new-year-plans/ With the constantly changing regulations and restaurant menu updates, it is understandable if you’re looking for last minute plans to celebrate the New Year. As dinners have been cancelled, celebrate in style during the day and be in bed for the countdown—saving yourself from a dreadful hangover. Read more: Best alcohol
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  • Your neighbourhood guide to Sheung Wan

    Author: Katrina Lau Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/neighbourhood-guide-sheung-wan/ Take a few steps away from Central for the artsy area of antiques and cafes This article was originally published by Danielle Tjia on July 11, 2019. Updated by Katrina Lau on December 23, 2020. Bordered by Central and Sai Ying Pun, the former waterfront strip used to be a
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  • Zim City: The battle for country parks

    Author: Paul Zimmerman Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/zim-city-battle-for-country-parks/ Afforestation was an urgent task after the war. The Colony was almost entirely deforested. As vegetation became denser the need to arrest fires and litter grew. So also did the voices for nature conservation, public education and country parks. In 1974, colonial governor Murray MacLehose answered the call to establish a
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  • Your neighbourhood guide to Sai Ying Pun

    Author: Katrina Lau Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/sai-ying-pun-neighbourhood-guide/ Apart from slants and slopes, Sai Ying Pun is also home to dainty shops and cutesy cafés. The neighbourhood is a one-stop destination for art galleries, famous dim sum and a seaside open space for a breezy walk. If you’re considering a chill day out on the west coast of
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  • A Christmas gift guide for foodies

    Author: Amber Lai Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/a-christmas-gift-guide-for-foodies/ Christmas gifts for every type of foodie Have a secret Santa that is a big foodie? Or maybe your roomie is a talented home chef? Check out our guide for some food inspired Christmas gifts that won’t break your bank and will earn you major holiday points. Read more: The 8
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  • What films to watch this Christmas 2020

    Author: Ching Yuen Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/what-films-to-watch-this-christmas-2020/ Something new, something old and maybe mix in a bit of horror too Since most of us will be staying home for Christmas this year, there’s no better time to snuggle up with your family and friends with a Christmas film. Here is a list of our top picks of
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  • Festive delights at SOHO east

    Author: Team Hong Kong Living Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/festive-delights-at-soho-east/ Six different Christmas dinner options for you to choose from In collaboration with SOHO east This Christmas season is looking a lot different than usual. With travel out of the question, many of us are finding alternative ways to spend the holidays. Located by the waterfront in Sai
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  • 10 things to do in Hong Kong this December

    Author: Katrina Lau Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/10-things-to-do-in-hong-kong-this-december/ Being the last month of 2020, December is set to be eventful. Besides indulging in some holiday fun, this is the season to give back and spread joy. From Hong Kong Living’s very own Christmas market and charity lunch to a Santa run to raise funds for the underprivileged, have your calendar on the
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  • 5 things not to miss at the Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival 2020

    Author: Team Hong Kong Living Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/hong-kong-wine-dine-festival-2020/ In collaboration with Hong Kong Tourism Board Amidst the ongoing pandemic, the annual Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival has returned in a brand new format that engages participants across both virtual and physical spaces. For the first time ever, the festival is hosting a range of online
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  • Best things to do in Hong Kong over Christmas

    Author: Leanne Hong Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/things-to-do-christmas/   Source: The Murray With most of us staying in town this December, why not make the most of it by spending some quality time with your loved ones. If you’re stuck on ideas for things to do in the city, we’ve got you covered with a list of exciting
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  • Best Thanksgiving dinners in Hong Kong 2020

    Author: Katrina Lau Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/thanksgiving-dinners/ After a tumultuous 2020, we’ve finally arrived at the most festive season of the year. While you may have already started blasting Mariah Carey’s anthem on repeat, now is also the time to give thanks and count your blessings. Treat your loved ones to a Thanksgiving feast – without having
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  • Best mulled wine and festive cocktails in Hong Kong this Christmas

    Author: Katrina Lau Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/mulled-wine-festive-cocktails-christmas/ Whether you’ve been good or bad this year, you still deserve some festive cocktails to ring in the holiday season. Wash down your turkey and pecan pie with some mulled wine and celebratory booze for making it through 2020. To ensure a merry good time with your family and loved
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  • Where to buy Christmas trees in Hong Kong

    Author: Team Hong Kong Living Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/christmas-trees-hong-kong/ Nothing says Christmas like an evergreen dressed with string lights, tinsel and a sparkling star on top. When you live in an area surrounded by stacks of high-rises, you may think that Hong Kong is a tree desert. Rest assured, our city has an abundance of specialty florists,
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  • Best party venues in Hong Kong

    Author: Charmaine Ng Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/party-venues-hong-kong/ A special occasion calls for a special celebration. Perhaps it’s your sister’s big three-o or maybe your BFF just got engaged. Whatever you’re planning for, we’ve rounded up the top party venues in town so you can make it an event you’ll never forget. Read more: Your guide to planning a
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  • Best camping sites in Hong Kong

    Author: Katrina Lau Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/camping-sites-hong-kong/ While a beachside vacation may not happen anytime soon, camping in Hong Kong’s countryside might be your best option for a relaxing getaway for now. We’ve screened through all the choices out there and put together a list of campsites with fresh water supply, great stretch of space and even
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