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  • Hikes You Need To Do Before You Leave Hong Kong

    Your Hong Kong Hiking Bucket List! If you’ve been to Hong Kong and haven’t gone on a hike, then you are missing out on half of the city! Sprawling city views and rooftop bars may have their own charm, but there is nothing quite like a hike to get away from the hustle and bustle.
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  • Try Something New: Stand-Up Comedy with Comedy HK

    Try a new hobby or conquer a fear or two, like our digital editor did performing at an open-mic night.   Okay, seriously, girls, what did I get myself into? I’m terrified of speaking in front of an audience, and I allowed myself to be bullied into doing stand-up comedy at an open-mic night, hosted
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  • Soho Spice: The New Look

    Southeast Asian Street Eats District: Soho, Central, Hong Kong Cuisine: Southeast Asian street food How much: Dishes range between $78 – $208 The best for: Laid back dinner with friends and family Must Order: Bao Sliders – Soft Shell Crab Nestled in the happening Elgin Street, Soho Spice is no stranger to the Soho dining
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  • Things to Do: Your Ultimate Hong Kong Bucket List

    Visitors in town? Start ticking these off of your list!   From its neon lights to rolling hills, Hong Kong is a treasure trove of delicious eats, cultural delights and ace nightlife. Whether you’ve lived here for years or are fresh off the plane, there’s always something new to discover! Stuck for things to do with
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  • Uma Nota: A Taste of São Paulo on Peel Street

    Soho Street Eats District: Soho, Central, Hong Kong Cuisine: Brazilian-Japanese Street Food How much: Dishes range between $65 – $180 The best for: Laid back dinner with friends Must Order: Coxinhas  De Frango (Chicken and okra dumplings, with homemade chilli sauce) Unpretentious and relaxed, yet still lively and cool, newly opened Uma Nota has brought
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  • Top 5 Camping Spots in Hong Kong

    Set Up Camp   The sun is out, the rain is (hopefully!) at bay and we’re not afraid to venture too far from the comforts of air conditioning – yet! Spring is here, girls, so now is the time to get outside and enjoy the beautiful landscape. With so many amazing spots in HK, from
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  • A Taste of Thailand: Café Siam Makes Its Kennedy Town Debut

    Wake up those tastebuds with authentic Thai cuisine District: Kennedy Town, Hong Kong Cuisine: Thai How much: Meat between $98 – $198, curries range between $100-$300, seafood between $112-$288. Homemade crafted cocktails $98-$198 Best for: Family dinners, fun night with friends Must order: Grilled sea bass with chilli lime sauce and deep fried single chicken wings K-Town ladies, time to rejoice. A
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  • Pici: Serving Up Homemade Italian Fare in Wan Chai

    A pasta lovers dream… District: Wan Chai Cuisine: Italian How much: Mains range between $85-160 The best for: Casual mid-week dinner Must order: Homemade meatballs and lasagna Situated near the ever-popular Star Street, the Pirata group has picked a fantastic location for its newest venture, Pici. An Italian restaurant serving fresh handmade pasta, this is the group’s second restaurant to open
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  • CÉ LA VI: Get Hooked on the New Spring Seafood Menu

    Seasonal Flavours from the Sea District: Central, Hong Kong Cuisine: Modern Asian fusion How much: Dishes range between $78-258 The Best for: Date night, large groups Must Order: Blackened Miso Salmon, Tai Sashimi, Chocolate Trio If all you know about CÉ LA VI is their hip rooftop parties (read: me) then you’d be pleased to
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  • Sakura Sakura: Pop-Up Japanese Beer Garden in Aberdeen

     A taste of Japan on the Southside District: Aberdeen, Hong Kong Cuisine: Japanese tapas How much: Dishes range between $35 – $95 The best for: After work drinks Must Order: Yakitori – go for the beef or pork belly With spring fast approaching (although I’m not sure we ever had much of a winter!) now is the perfect time to
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  • Taste of Hong Kong: The 852’s Finest Food Festival

    Let the Feasting Begin!   Our favourite day out is back! Taste of Hong Kong presented by Standard Chartered  descends upon Central Harbourfront from Thursday, 16 March to Sunday, 19 March and we’re already salivating at the idea of sampling all that great food. Step away from your basic brunches and usual haunts and get
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  • Mercato: Indulge in the New Italian Brunch Menu

    A Sumptuous Sweet and Savoury Brunch Menu   District: Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong Cuisine: Italian How much: Dishes range between $78 – $288, with the option of 2 hours’ free flow red, white or sparkling wine and Peroni for an extra $250 The Best for: A girly brunch Must Order: Poached Eggs with Prosciutto, Ciabatta
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  • SPIGA: Authentic Italian Fare in Central

    SPIGA brings out the big guns on flavour! District: Central, Hong Kong Cuisine: Italian How much: Mains range between $200-$400 or $788 for a 5 course tasting menu The best for: Date night or a fun group meal in one of the booths or private rooms! Must order: Risotto with Beetroot and Gorgonzola cheese sauce and
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  • Top Six Different Things to Do in Macau

    Top Six Different Things to Do in Macau Despite being a mere stone’s throw away, Macau can seem like the land of the great unknown to many Hong Kongers. Asia’s own mini Vegas is a great getaway for last-minute weekend trips and with its decadent dining, beautiful Portuguese architecture and ever-growing skyline, this little island
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  • 8 New Brunches To Try In Hong Kong

    Weekends are for brunching, amiright ladies!? One thing I quickly learned upon arrival in the 852 is that brunching is the sociable weekend activity; eating copious amounts of food – usually with great views – and guzzling Sunday bubbles free-flow is a favourite activity. But how does a girl choose with so many different cuisines and
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  • 10 Events For Your Diary this January

      BloomMe’s Red Carpet 2nd Anniversary To celebrate HK’s premier beauty booking app’s 2nd anniversary, BloomMe are throwing a lavish affair and you’re invited! Featuring 12 Spas (with 2 treatments per person!), a fashion show, food, champagne and amazing goodie bags, it’s not one to be missed! When: Wednesday, 25 January, 2017, 7pm – 11pm
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  • The Continental: Refined, European Cuisine in Pacific Place

    The Continental is an elegant restaurant inspired by the sophisticated charm of Europe’s grand cafés and contemporary design. If you’ve got a big date, special occasion or celebration coming up, I’d definitely recommend it for an incredible dining experience in a relaxed and beautiful setting (start dropping hints to your S.O.’s now, girls!) First Impressions
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  • Café Deco Moves to Tsim Sha Tsui: Dinner with a View!

    The HK favourite is back with equally impressive views! The beloved Cafe Deco on The Peak sadly closed this year, but thankfully this fail-safe favourite hasn’t left HK! Now located at The One in TST, Cafe Deco still boasts fantastic views and exceptional service… you can even glimpse the light show as you wine and dine. Expect an
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  • Watermark: Harbour Views and Wagyu Steak

    Fine Wine, A View of Victoria Harbour and Delicious Beef! If you’re looking for a lavish night out with fine wine, a seafood selection and fancy cuts of steak, consider Watermark a suitable choice — and a great date night with the S/O *wink wink.* Located at the end of the Star Ferry Pier No. 7, Watermark
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