11 Dec Monopoly Dreams

Monopoly Dreams is Hong Kong's newest attraction. What is it? This entirely Monopoly-themed attraction is the first of its kind in the world, with a second location slated for Melbourne in the future. From the thimble shaped lampshades at the snack bar to the themed rooms including...

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vegetarian xiao long bao

29 Nov Discover Vegetarian Hong Kong

Globally there has been a remarkable shift towards vegetarianism and veganism in recent years.  A shift driven by a number of factors.  Firstly, our appreciation of the health benefits of a meat-free diet.  Secondly, a growing consciousness of the environmental impact that our food choices have.  Thirdly, food contamination scandals that have made us think more carefully about how our food gets from field to fork. Read on to discover what is on offer for vegetarians in Hong Kong including a fabulous Vegetarian & Vegan Food and Cultural Tour.  We've also provided links to a few other helpful resources for you to find vegetarian and vegan options in our city.   
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NYE Clock Tower TST

24 Nov Have Yourself a Merry Little Hong Kong Christmas

Here's our pick of Hong Kong Christmas Festive Fun and Events Evening Events Christmas Lights Cruise All aboard for the Lazy Days Christmas Lights Cruise throughout December. Cruise through the harbour with festive mince pies and free-flow drinks, including mulled wine. Prices from HK$500-HK$800. Movies by Moonlight Moonlit Movies is...

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Luxury 5 star junk trip boat cruise in Hong Kong.

28 Sep Enjoy a Lazy Boozy Boat Cruise

Our popular Sunday Brunch boat cruise is running all throughout September and October. Enjoy the stunning weather and the tranquility of the ocean, coupled with 5-star hospitality on board our luxury yachts. Book now for one of the most relaxing weekends you can get this...

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Tai Kwun Courtyard

22 May Hong Kong Police Tales and Tiger Tails

As Hong Kong’s population has expanded, many of the Hong Kong's original police buildings became too small to meet the city’s growing needs.  In recent years, some of the old buildings have  given a new lease of life.  Subsequently, many have undergone revitalisation.  Such projects have seen these buildings becoming museums, creative hubs or supermarkets.  Here are our top  Hong Kong Police attractions for you to visit. Hong Kong Police Station in Tai Po, now a small museum, woman holding a board in cell.
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