Check out these food stalls the next time you’re looking to eat on a budget without sacrificing quality.
From egg hunts on a beach to a hang out session with a walrus, these are our picks of the best Easter events in Hong Kong.
We’ve imagined what locations in Hong Kong match those featured in A Song of Ice and Fire.
Life in an urban city isn’t without its issues. Hong Kong suffers from a plastic pandemic of epic proportions, discarding over five million plastic bottles alone on a daily basis. The city’s beaches and sea shores often lie in ruin at the hands of a seemingly never-ending, single-use cycle. But all isn’t lost; the future isn’t necessarily bleak. The world is recognising the problems that have come with fast-fashion, fast food, and unsustainable lifestyles, and Hong Kong is following suit. If you’re looking to take some steps toward a waste-free, wellness-focused lifestyle and curb your carbon footprint, there are plenty of businesses and initiatives in Hong Kong to help you on your way. The growth of the wellness industry can be seen across the city and eco-friendly shops, cruelty-free beauty brands and the like are cropping up around nearly every corner, encouraging city-dwellers to adopt sustainable practices across all aspects of their life. We’ve put together a city guide for wellness warriors looking to experience the best of Hong Kong living, and those looking to stay sustainable in every aspect of your life, from the produce in your pantry to the car you drive. By Amanda Sheppard
Quarry Bay and Tai Koo don't get the love they deserve when it comes to eating and drinking.
Hongkongers will put eggs into, or onto, everything, no matter the occasion. With Easter around the corner, eggs are clearly on everyone's minds.
From sushi to cart noodles, this is the best of the best in our food-obsessed city.
Escape above the hustle and bustle of the city at these bars with fantastic views and fantastic drinks to match.
Lukewarm towards Lamma? Cheesed off with Cheung Chau? Discover the best things to do on Hong Kong’s outlying islands.
Tired of the Morning Trail to the Peak? Here are some less well-known hikes great for exercise and with some stunning views.
Food is more than a passion in Hong Kong. It’s a way of life. From some of the best brunches anywhere to our humble street food and awesome dim sum, our food scene is tops. But many meals come with a hefty price tag, so we’ve picked 50 of the best cheap eats in Hong Kong under $50 so you can treat your stomach like royalty, without the royal price tag.
We’re spoilt for choice in Hong Kong. Our famously crowded city is stacked and packed with great bars, especially in bustling neighbourhoods like Central and Wan Chai. Whether you prefer to relax over a craft brew, a single malt, a glass of red or a classic cocktail, Hong Kong has an amazing bar guaranteed to have you ordering ‘just one more round’.Let’s get started. And if we miss your favourite, let us know in the comments.
Bombarded with choices from all the things to do in Hong Kong this weekend and looking to step out of the concrete jungle? A calorie-burning hike with jaw-dropping views is just the cure. Hong Kong has no shortage of amazing scenic hiking trails a short distance from city centre, varying in difficulty and offering everything from amazing bird's eye views of our SAR to stunning sunsets. Head to one of our favourite outlying islands to make it a day trip where you can discover more gorgeous hikes and hidden cultural gems. And if hiking is not quite your thing, why not hop on a bike and cycle along one of the city’s best cycling routes?
We all know that Hong Kong isn’t a cheap place to live. And with exorbitant cemetery plots, the city isn’t even an affordable place to be dead. But there’s no need to panic when payday still seems far off and you’re down to your last dollars. There’s a wealth of free things to do in our SAR and we’ve rounded up the free gigs in Hong Kong's best music venues, free galleries, best comedy shows and much more to keep you going out every day of the week without having to spend a cent.
There's no dearth of dim sum in Hong Kong. From humble siu mai, to fluffly cha siu bao and soupy xiaolongbao, we pick out the best dim sum restaurants in Hong Kong.
Despite being such a small, cramped space, lil’ ol’ Hong Kong punches well above its weight. From the city’s top restaurants and their slew of Michelin stars to Hong Kong’s best bars, which are among the most creative in the region, our city proves that size isn’t everything. In fact, at the height of its influence, only the USA and India produced more films than Hong Kong. And our cinema is one of tremendous variety, too. From adaptations of popular Chinese opera, to Johnnie To’s gritty crime noirs, to the tales of repressed heartache that made Wong Kar-wai internationally famous, Hong Kong cinema can do it all. So what are the best Hong Kong movies of all time? Edmund Lee presents his definitive list chock full of some of the best films ever made anywhere on the planet.