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 got you covered. The HK HUB opens the doors to Hong Kong.

Bien Caramélisé is the first pâtisserie in Hong Kong to reinvent classic French pastries, by creating delicacies with no animal products. Hong-Kong Australian owner and chef Jessica Chow spent the last several years exploring and researching plant-based cuisine before opening the boutique, which is tucked away at the Prince Edward flower market. Classic French-style pâtisserie, made plant-based Chef Jessica has perfected her repertoire of French fancies that allow pastry connoisseurs to experience her mille-feuilles, seasonal tarts, Paris-Brest, and éclairs, but without feeling the need of the usual ingredients such as butter, dairy milk, and eggs.  The end result: Creamy and…

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Hong Kong is well-known for its savoury and diverse cuisine. The city is home to numerous luxury restaurants as well as to some of the best street food in Asia. Today, we have explored eight must-try Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurants that capture Cantonese cuisine to the fullest. They are known to have high-quality food, a total of three-course meals at a reasonable price, and a close to Michelin experience. What is Michelin Bib Gourmand? The name Bib Gourmand came from the Michelin company’s nickname for their mascot “The Michelin Man”, who is officially known as Bibendum. This Bib Gourmand guide…

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Are you looking for a fun weekend activity to do with your friends or family? Do you want to explore the hidden secrets of Hong Kong, from scenic views to beautiful beaches? If you wonder where to kayak in Hong Kong, look no further, we got you covered. Whether you’re a beginner who is looking to rent a kayak for a few hours to explore the sea or an expert in search for an adventure into the sea caves, Hong Kong has it all, and here are the best spots to kayak this summer. Hong Kong Geopark — Sai Kung Camping…

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Summer is just around the corner, which can only mean one thing: it’s barbecue season! Round up your closest friends and family to enjoy a sizzling summer feast at one of the many fantastic outdoor barbecue sites across Hong Kong. Fabulous public barbecue sites are dotted around Hong Kong’s sprawling beaches and serene country parks but for those who prefer a little exclusivity, private barbecue sites are a must! Discover our selection that will bring you to the New Territories, to Stanley or Sai Kung. Coronavirus Update: Public barbecue sites are closed until further notice Whitehead Barbecue — Private Barbecue,…

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The French May Festival is returning to Hong Kong since May 1st, and celebrates its 29th birthday. 1993 saw the first collaboration between the Consulate General of France and the Alliance Française de Hong Kong. The French festival is one of the largest and most celebrated cultural events in Asia, which boasts over 150 programmes of diverse visual arts performances, opera, classical and contemporary music, dance, theatre, and cinematical experiences, and of course, gastronomy, through the special event, French GourMay. A deep dive into art and culture French May is city-wide, and the vibrant performances take place in a plethora…

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If you’re looking to spice up your summer wardrobe with fun and eye-catching attire, Rock Atoll [quite literally] has your back. Formed in Hong Kong in 2017 by a cheeky bunch of entrepreneurs, the limited-edition range of sleep, loungewear, and casual clothing is made from the softest fabrics that afford the wearer utter comfort. Rock Atoll is all about how you feel. You know the feeling when you unexpectedly smile at a complete stranger, and it makes their day. Rock Atoll clothing creates the same effect. It makes you and others happy. The comprehensive range of men’s and women’s clothing…

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Hong Kong possesses various enchanting eateries in the many glorious neighbourhoods and islands of this vibrant city. Sunday 9 May is a day to celebrate our mothers and what better way than to take them out for a gorgeous meal? Whether she prefers a Champagne breakfast, a harbour-view lunch or a Michelin Star dinner, there is something for all of our extraordinary mums. Honjo — Modern Japanese, Sheung Wan Treat your mum to some of the island’s finest Japanese cuisine. Honjo is a modern Japanese restaurant that serves the freshest sushi and sashimi, amongst other traditional dishes. The eclectic 120-seat…

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Both Singapore and Hong Kong have been swift to control the Coronavirus disease since its detection at the beginning of 2020. Since then, borders are closed to tourists in Hong Kong but the two territories are set to bring life back to normal, with one flight per day in each direction from 26 May. The airlines will cap each flight at 200 people for at least two weeks. The two governments will undertake reviews of plane capacity, the continuation of flights, and comparable covid19 cases in the second week of June. Singapore’s Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung expressed his relief…

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