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  • 5 alternative ideas to explore Hong Kong this summer

    Author: Team Hong Kong Living Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/alternative-ideas-explore-hong-kong/   With international travel yet to resume, Hong Kongers can take advantage of the extra time at home and explore the city from new perspectives. From riding the ‘ding ding’ tram across the island to sampling locally brewed craft beers, Holiday at Home – a new initiative by Hong Kong Tourism
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  • Best rooftop bars in Hong Kong in 2020

    Author: Charmaine Ng Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/rooftop-bars-hong-kong/     Hong Kong’s legendary skyline is one we never get tired of. For a special night out with friends – or even casual after-work drinks with fellow coworkers – we’ve rounded up the best terrace and rooftop bars that offer unobstructed, stunning views of the city. Read more: 7 scenic
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  • Where to buy rice dumplings for Dragon Boat Festival

    Author: Katrina Lau Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/rice-dumplings-dragon-boat-festival/ Otherwise known as Tuen Ng, Dragon Boat Festival is a mix of history, culture and food. While some like to celebrate by paddling under the scorching sun, others like to indulge in the steamy and decadent rice dumplings. If you are a foodie like us, it is never too early
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  • Best craft beer bars in Hong Kong

    Author: Katrina Lau Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/craft-beer-bars-hong-kong/ Craft beer fanatics, listen up! We have rounded up the best places for you to sample great quality beers, both homegrown and from overseas. The next time you’re feeling thirsty, drop in on some of these top craft beer bars in Hong Kong. Read more: Best bars in Hong Kong right
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  • 21 things to do in Hong Kong when it rains

    Author: Nikita Agrawal Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/rainy-day-things-to-do-hong-kong/ Just because the weather is less than ideal doesn’t mean you have to sit around and do nothing. From going rock climbing to savouring a decadent afternoon tea, there is still a great deal of things to enjoy around the city. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite things to
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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! Here’s a list of the city’s finest sandy shores.   Shek O
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  • 5 luxe afternoon tea delivery in Hong Kong

    Author: Apple Lee Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/afternoon-tea-delivery-hong-kong/ From nibbling on warm scones at a grand century-old hotel to tucking into Instagram-worthy creations at a trendy upstart bakery, there is no lack of outstanding afternoon tea experiences in Hong Kong. Now with the help of these delivery services, you can indulge in this Hong Kong specialty without leaving
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  • 7 beautiful parks and green spaces in Hong Kong

    Author: Apple Lee Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/parks-green-spaces-hong-kong/ Hong Kong may be well-known for its beautiful skyline and relentless number of skyscrapers, but there is no lack of parks and green spaces dotted across different pockets of the city. Whether you’re looking to go picnicking, take a leisurely stroll or just need a break from being cooped up indoors
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  • Best gelato in Hong Kong

    Author: Charmaine Ng Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/best-gelato-in-hong-kong/ A great way to stay cool during Hong Kong’s hot and humid summer months is to dip into a silky smooth cup of gelato. Made with more milk, less cream and no egg yolks, this Italian dessert staple is a (somewhat) healthier alternative to your average pint of ice cream. Here
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  • 5 easy Hong Kong hiking trails for beginners

    Author: Apple Lee Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/easy-hiking-trails-hong-kong/ Hong Kong may be known for its bustling, ultra-modern urban sprawl, but there’s no lack of nature once you venture outside of the concrete jungle. One of the best ways to explore Hong Kong’s great outdoors is to go on a hike. Don’t worry if the thought of clambering
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  • Best bars in Hong Kong right now

    Author:  Apple Lee Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/best-new-bars-in-hong-kong/ Hong Kong has long been famed for its vibrant nightlife scene, and in recent years, our city has upped its game with the proliferation of craft spirits and artisanal cocktails. This is largely thanks to a growing numbers of mixologists who are pushing the boundaries with their craft. With bars reopening
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  • Sky 726: French Cuisine and Panoramic Views in Mong Kok

    Low-key French Fusion Above the Busy Streets If your impression of Mong Kok is just bargains at the Ladies Market, sneaker stores and street food, it’s time for an update. Here’s a little tip: surprise your family/friends/date with this hidden gem in Mong Kok – who says you can only find fancy French restos in Soho? Located
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  • What’s on in Hong Kong this weekend: May 8-10

    Author: Charmaine Ng Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/whats-on-in-hong-kong-this-weekend-may-8-10/ Exciting things are in store for Hong Kongers! After a month-long closure of entertainment hubs, it seems that the government is finally easing its restrictions. Celebrate your newfound freedom – responsibly, of course – and check out some of the best events this weekend. Read more: Still looking for a last-minute Mother’s
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  • Quarantine baking recipes when you don’t have any flour, eggs or butter

    Author: Charmaine Ng Source: https://hongkongliving.com/ Link: https://hongkongliving.com/quarantine-baking-recipes-no-flour-eggs-butter/ As social distancing becomes the new normal, quarantine baking is reaching new heights with search terms like ‘banana bread’ and ‘sourdough’ trending on Google. If you’ve been in the kitchen too, whipping up dalgona coffee and souffle pancakes, you’ll know it’s all fun and games until you run out of ingredients. What do you
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  • How to hike from Pyramid Hill to The Hunch Backs

    If you’re up for a challenge, this hike over four peaks is no walk in the park and demands a good level of fitness and experience. Climb your way over Pyramid Hill, Ma On Shan, the Hunch Backs and Tiu Shau Ngam to mountainous terrain and spectacular views over Sai Kung and its outlying islands.
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  • 17 best restaurants in Sheung Wan

    Sheung Wan has stepped out of Central’s shadow with a diverse range of excellent restaurants. Sheung Wan used to be the little sibling to rowdy and restaurant-rammed Central. Not anymore. The quieter streets of Sheung Wan are now home to some of Hong Kong’s best restaurants as well as some amazing cafés and coffee shops.
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  • A Food Lover’s Guide To Manila

    The capital of The Philippines has come into its own in recent years as the nation’s culinary traditions have finally started to receive long-overdue kudos. Filipino restaurants have been winning rave reviews and awards from D.C. to L.A., Sydney to London, while back in the sprawling capital, there’s now a dining scene that ranks as
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  • Lace Up: 5 Hong Kong Running Trails Under 5km

    Autumn makes the best season for running—with the warm temperatures behind us, the air is getting cooler and running during the day starts to feel like a breeze. Not sure where to begin? We’ve compiled our top five running trails under 5km for you to make the most of this gorgeous weather:     1.
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  • First Look: 5 Booths To Visit At China In Print

    Mark your calendars, bookworms! China In Print—Asia’s leading fair for rare books, maps and manuscripts—is returning to Hong Kong from November 30 to December 2. Before the fair opens at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum, we reveal five leading dealers that are exhibiting this year: 1. Douglas Stewart Fine Books Travel buffs should make a
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  • The Top 20 Restaurants In Hong Kong And Macau 2019

    This year marks the seventh edition of the Top 20 Best Restaurants—a list we painstakingly compile each year in the hopes of presenting a distillation of Hong Kong and Macau’s most exciting dining experiences. It’s a gargantuan task that requires the T.Dining panel to consider 12 months of meals and partake in a rigorous reviewing
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  • 10 Hidden Instagram Hot Spots In Hong Kong

    Instagram Pier, Dragon’s Back, The Peak, Quarry Bay’s Monster Building…the list goes on. These Instagrammable locations are the most talked about in the city, but where are the ones you haven’t discovered yet? If you’re looking to step up your feed after you’ve hit all the well-known spots, then you’ll want to mark these locations
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  • My Neighbourhood: Pololi’s Steph Kudus On Causeway Bay

    TASTEMAKERS AUGUST 7, 2018 In the four years since Pololi opened its first store in Central, poké has become quite the staple – a go-to for good, grab-and-go grub for the busy, the healthy, and everyone in between. What has grown to three locations across Hong Kong and Singapore was started by Steph Kudus in
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  • Let’s Take It Outside at Alfresco Lane in TST East

    The lovely fall weather calls for a nice meal outside, and for the best outdoor dining experience, look no further than Tsim Sha Tsui East’s Alfresco Lane. A strip by the waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui Centre and Empire Centre, Alfresco Lane is a haven for urbanites wanting to escape the busy city without actually having to
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  • Little Creatures Is Kennedy Town’s Latest Microbrewery

    The buzz: Hailing all the way from Fremantle, Perth is Aussie craft brewery Little Creatures. Already well established in Oz, the microbrewery-slash-restaurant has just opened up in Kennedy Town, bringing fresh brews and all-day dining options for big groups and family crowds. The décor: Setting up shop where a flour and sugar warehouse used to
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