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Your Complete Guide to What’s On in Hong Kong

Wondering what's on in Hong Kong? We've done all the legwork and found these events that we know you'll love!

What's On in Hong Kong

Find Inspiration in Our Comprehensive Guide to What’s On in Hong Kong

Let us inspire you with our pick of what’s happening around Hong Kong. Click to jump straight to the category you’re most interested in.

Music, Theatre & Dance (including kids theatre), Food & Drink, Art, ComedyShopping, Health & WellnessNightlife, Sports, Movie Openings, Other Events 

Parents:  Click here to read our pick of family-friendly events.

What’s On this Weekend (19-21 January)

Billboard Radio Live @ Central Harbourfront Event Space
Hong Kong International Chamber Music Festival
Jordan Rakei @ Ovolo Southside
A Lifetime of Beethoven @ HKAPA
Somewhere I Belong Charity Concert, @ KITEC
Welcome Back! Sakai Noriko Live @ Hong Kong Baptist University
Cats @ HKAPA
Amit Tandon @ Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
LOL with Kanan Gill Live @ HKAPA
Yoga with The Yoga Room @ AIA Vitality Park
Poho Market @ teakha, Sheung Wan
Straight Outta Home Kong [email protected] FLY, Central
Gaby Endo @ Yojimbo
after the deluge by Kingsley Ng @ Tai Hang Tung Stormwater Storage Tank
Volvo Ocean Race @ Kai Tak Runway Park
Hong Kong Marathon
AIA Great European Carnival @ Central Harbourfront Event Space
HK Open Air Cinema Club – Leon: The Professional

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Kids & Family: What’s On Guide

Let us do all the research so you don't have to! Here's our regularly updated roundup of family-friendly events and activities around Hong Kong.

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We’ve listed these events in date order, browse to find inspiration, or click to jump to a specific month.

January 2018, February 2018March 2018, April 2018, May 2018, June 2018, September 2018

We have a full event listing, including all that fun stuff you wouldn’t want to take the kids to, here.

What’s On this Weekend (19-21 January)

AIA Great European Carnival @ Central Harbourfront Event Space
The Great Circus of Europe @ Central Harbourfront Event Space
Kid’s Movie Screening Weekends @ FRITES
Cats @ HKAPA
KidsFest: Hairy Maclary and Friends @ HKAPA
KidsFest: Emily Brown and The Thing @ HKAPA
Early Years Foundation Stage Experience Day @ Hebe Haven Yacht Club
ESF Playgroup Demo Session @ ESF Language & Learning Centre
Style your Light Clay Snowman @ Origami Kids Cafe
Comix Cart @ Comix Home Base, Wan Chai
Greenpeace’s Rainbow Warrior Open Boat Day @ Central Pier No. II
Singin’ In the Rain JR. @ Youth Square Y Studio
English Musical Experience Day @ Peek a Boo Performing Arts
Hong Kong Marathon

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Best Co-Working Spaces in Hong Kong

In a city where the flats are cramped and space is scarce, co-working spots are a godsend. Quit plugging away on your tiny coffee table, or spending endless hours in noisy cafes, and get in on some of the best co-working spots in Hong Kong. They’re not just for writers – these prime picks also cater to those toting aprons and tool belts who need room to work.

16 Jan 2018 — By Nancy Matos / Around HK / Work
The Hive coworking space Hong Kong

Some of our favourite co-working spots in Hong Kong include:

BLOOM

Bloom co-working space Hong Kong

Fairly fresh to the local co-working space scene, BLOOM opened this year with a bit of a twist: a female-friendly co-working space with workshops, pitching nights and other events tailored to female entrepreneurs. Of course, all are welcome to the bright and welcoming location designed for startups, SMEs and MNCs and those looking for an area to boost productivity, network and even have some fun. Choose from four different membership types (private studio, dedicated desk, full or part time hot desk) and start flexing those creative muscles.

Where: 905-6, 9/F, Silvercord Tower 2, 30 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9.00am – 7.00pm

Contact: 2961 4225 or [email protected]

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