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Your guide to Hong Kong this Rugby Sevens
Early next April, Hong Kong will be hosting the biggest party of the year. The Rugby Sevens are coming to town from April 7 to 9, and the city is set to spring to life with edge-of-your-seat sportsmanship and plenty of parties, side gigs and excitement. Featuring 28 teams and 120,000 fans, this time of year is when the world truly comes out to play in this spectacular city. There are direct flights departing from Australia to Hong Kong several times daily, and the flight time is under ten hours. That makes this trip an easy first step into a world of action. What's more, April is the perfect time to visit Hong Kong. Sure, the Sevens are a reason to come, but Hong Kong Stadium can be a launch pad for a trip packed with amazing eating, celebrating and even wilderness adventures. Events Worldwide Travel are an official travel agent of the Hong Kong Sevens, so make sure to check out their special packages, and check out the Hong Kong Tourism Board for more inspiration. In the meantime here’s how to take advantage of the city, and linger a little longer once the Sevens are done.
An adventurer's guide to Hong Kong
The Hong Kong Rugby Sevens is a much-loved annual cause for celebration (and subsequent recovery). But what to do once the tournament concludes and you have some time to kill? Luckily, this is a city full of diverse day trip opportunities, all readily accessible via Hong Kong’s exceptional public transport system. From exploring abandoned islands to catching your own dinner and having it cooked in front of you, we present seven awesome adventures to embark on in this beguiling metropolis. Just remember to pack the post-Sevens painkillers, too.
Hip Hong Kong: Exploring the city's underground scene
It’s a sunny day, and you’re looking at Hong Kong’s iconic skyline from the boardwalk by the harbourfront. Ferries glide over the water and a beautiful junk boat with red sails bob by… cue gong. C’mon guys! As great as the food and shops are in Hong Kong, there’s a lot more to the city than just dim sum and retail therapy. With a population of over 7.2 million there are plenty of people who put their heart and souls into creating and offering services that are truly indie, and unique to this city. It might be a bit out of the way to find, but what better excuse to stay in town a few more days and explore the true spirit of Hong Kong?