Author: The HK HUB

Created by Hong Kong lovers for Hong Kong lovers, The HK HUB offers you a daily dose of stories, deals, and tips about this unique and amazing city. If you're looking for the best places to visit, to know more about the Hong Kong Culture, to find a cool restaurant or bar to chill with your friends, or an exciting thing to do over the weekend with your family, we've got you covered. The HK HUB opens the doors to Hong Kong.

Looking for things to do with kids in Hong Kong? We’re here to help with our regularly updated selection of the best of what’s on for kids and families around the city. We’ve listed these events in earliest-latest date order. Browse to find inspiration, or click to jump to a specific month. Things to do with kids in September 2022 Oi! OnSite Exhibition of Artists in Residence Oi!, the art space on Oil Street, opened recently and has invited two Hong Kong artists to make site-specific artworks. Jessica Fu and Vvzela Kook have created Data Collecting (Universe) and Phantom Island,…

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In Collaboration With d’strict ARTE MUSEUM is an immersive media art exhibition with its theme of ‘eternal nature’ presented by a Korean digital design company d’strict. The special exhibition ‘ARTE M’ is composed of a carefully curated collection of works selected from the immersive media art exhibition ‘ARTE MUSEUM’. The exhibition opening in Hong Kong, as the world’s first destination for the exhibition besides Korea, is shown at K11 ATELIER KING’S ROAD. ‘ARTE M’, featuring epochal works, is a special temporary exhibition located in the center of the urban area to facilitate easy accessibility amidst a busy life, reflecting the…

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In Collaboration With S&S Hospitality & BRAZA ChurrascariaBRAZA Churrascaria (CHOO-RAH-SCAH-REE-AH), sometimes difficult to pronounce but always easy to enjoy, is all about eat, drink, laugh and relax! BRAZA Churrascaria, Hong Kong’s Favourite Brazilian Steakhouse, is 8 years and counting! Opened in 2015 and operated by S&S Hospitality, BRAZA is a quintessential part of any night out in Lan Kwai Fong. The iconic destination for Brazilian Barbecue Fare The fun and fuss-free carnivore joint is the address where locals, expats and revellers who have a flair for indulgence keep coming back to. There’s no menu to choose from but plenty to…

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It’s one of the busier areas in Hong Kong…even chaotic, we dare say. But among bustling shoppers on the narrow streets, and up in the tall buildings with unassuming exteriors, are some hidden gems for dining and drinking in Causeway Bay. There’s some old western and Chinese food favourites here, along with new bars that may soon be your next haunt. We’ve also included spots in nearby Tin Hau for you to try when your belly is rumbling or thirst comes calling. Enjoy! SKYE SKYE’s cool illuminated bar area with a view of Victoria Harbour and Victoria Park (© SKYE)…

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While Sham Shui Po may be famed for its raft of street markets and fabric stores, it is also home to a whole host of ‘cheap eat’ joints and independent cafes. From classic cha chain teng to traditional local snacks, if you ever wondered where to eat in Sham Shui Po, scroll on to discover the very best eats this special district has to offer. Kakurega Ramen Factory The cozy traditional Japanese interior of Kakurega Ramen Factory (© Kakurega Ramen Factory) Kakurega Ramen Factory is a Japanese restaurant specialises in Tsukemen – a ramen dish that consists of noodles which…

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We’ve compiled all the movies screening in Hong Kong this month for your perusal. From smaller, locally produced films to blockbusters, check out what’s next on your weekend viewing list. In general, tickets are cheaper in the morning and on weekdays. Scroll through to see what piques your interest or jump to a genre to see what’s currently playing. This guide is updated monthly! Drama Happening In 1963, student Anne has a bright future ahead of her, but her dreams of finishing her studies is shattered when she becomes pregnant. As her final exams approach, Anne decides to take matters…

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Along with an excess of restaurants to suit every budget and taste, Hong Kong has a bustling and innovative private kitchen scene. If you are no longer content with fighting for a table at one of the city’s hot restaurants, why not pull together a group of friends for a special night of food and drink somewhere a little off the beaten culinary track. Here’s a round-up of our favourite private kitchens in Hong Kong hosted by some of the city’s most talented chefs, who showcase their talent and techniques everywhere from obscure industrial buildings to their very own homes.…

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7AM (August 24) — On Wednesday 24, at 7AM, MA-ON, a severe tropical storm, was estimated to be 530 km southwest of Hong Kong and moving west-northwest at a pass of 25 km/h, over the northeastern part of the South China Sea, approaching the west coast of Guangdong, and strengthening slowly. The forecast path shows that MA-ON will approach the Pearl River Estuary shortly, winds should strengthen tonight, prompting the Observatory to issue the Strong Wind Signal, No. 3 between noon and 2PM. The storm will be closest to Hong Kong tomorrow morning (25 August) and may pass within 200…

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