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.

In collaboration with NordVPNMany Internet users make the mistake of thinking they only have to worry about hackers stealing their personal or financial information. But there are far more cybersecurity concerns than only the financial ones.Cybercrimes are on the rise. In fact, new threats are surfacing regularly and according to the FBI, since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, cyberattacks have increased by 300%. This trend has also been empathized by Google and they showed that the company blocked more than 18 million COVID-19 phishing attempts every day at the start of the pandemic. Small businesses and individuals should proactively…

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Student-led initiative Colour Away Covid has launched its third fundraising campaign “Dear Malaysia”, which aims to help underprivileged students in Malaysia access their education during the lockdown. What is Colour Away Covid? Colour Away Covid is a student-led initiative founded by dedicated college and high school students based in Malaysia and Hong Kong. It began in early 2020 after a close friend contracted Covid-19, and has since then been helping children and families who have been affected by the pandemic. In 2020, Colour Away Covid raised HKD120,000 and donated 65,000 masks to children in Hong Kong and Malaysia. Earlier this…

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Whispers are excitingly telling tales that Hongkongers can soon sail out of Victoria Harbour to enjoy a seacation on the glorious waters of the South China Sea. The Genting Dream, a cruise ship of Dream Cruises, can host you for 2 or 3 nights of unforgettable memories. Genting Dream will revitalise your senses as you appreciate leaving the city for the first time in many months. The iconic skyline will shimmer in the distance as you sip cocktails from your private balcony or the upper decks. A unique journey, for an inspirational retreat The all-inclusive seacation packages allow you to…

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In Collaboration With NordVPNA VPN (or a Virtual Private Network) offers two main benefits, security and privacy. You can hide your IP address and location to prevent others, including your ISP provider, from tracking you. While such software helps to protect your personal information and data that is being transferred through the network, these aren’t the only features that VPN companies offer. Bypass geo-blocked restrictions Due to copyright, licensing, or government restrictions, some companies limit the access to their content to certain users based on their locations and IPs. That’s why you can sometimes see the message “The content isn’t…

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Most people in Hong Kong believe in Feng Shui, the Chinese Zodiac and folk tales from Chinese culture. Hongkongers believe that following Chinese traditions can bring luck and prosperity to life and prevent from bad luck. Traditions can be seen all around Hong Kong but also in many aspects of life and of course, within the numerous festivals and events that take place throughout the year. Feng Shui Traditionally, Chinese courtyard doorways were placed to optimize feng shui (© Jisun Han — Unsplash) Feng Shui (風水) comes from the philosophical principles of Taoism. The literal meaning of Feng Shui is…

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You’ve staycationed hard, visited every beach possible, and barbecued anything you could find…what’s next? We’ve compiled the best campsites for an outdoor adventure. Read on for more! For Beginners Nam Shan Campsite © Lemi This is a large campsite with barbecue areas and additional cooking space, tables, clotheslines, raised camping platforms, bathrooms, and flushing toilets (!) – you’ve also got access to tap water. The site is perfect for beginners and a favourite for school trips. You’re also near Nam Shan Viewing Point and Lantau Trail (Stages 1 & 2). Directions: All buses from Mui Wo, or Bus 3M from…

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In collaboration with CCW GlobalHong Kong is famous for its beautiful and scenic drives. Our bridges, tunnels, and highways often pass famous landmarks and gorgeous sceneries. Taking a drive on the Cross Harbour Tunnel or Conduit Road, particularly the “slope section” is both breath-taking and fun. But whether you are motoring on the swirly and mountainous roads, across one of the many bridges, driving in congested and densely populated areas, or if you’re concerned about parking outside during the typhoon season, your car insurance is critical. Are Motor Insurances Mandatory in Hong Kong? The third-party car insurance is mandatory in…

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