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.

It’s the one day of the year fully dedicated to your other half: Valentine’s Day. Whether you spend it with your bae or with your bestie, it’s a delightful time to celebrate and find something to dazzle your loved ones. We’ve rounded up some of the best things to do and to gift this year — from a romantic houseboat stay to making a pair of commitment rings together, there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re doing one of these activities together, or gifting it to a loved one who cares more about fun experiences than physical presents, you can be…

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Spoil your significant other this Valentine’s Day with an indulgent meal for two at one of Hong Kong’s hotspots. From harbourside fine dining to al-fresco surf n’ turf, we’ve rounded up a list of some of the most romantic — and delicious — menus to impress your date, or for those riding solo this year, some self-love. BIFTECK The “Sois Ma Valentine” (Be My Valentine) menu (© BIFTECK) Sweethearts and soulmates can savour the “Sois Ma Valentine” menu (which translates to ‘Be my valentine’) at BIFTECK. Priced at HK$1,080 for five courses of succulent beef and seafood from 6pm to…

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Let us inspire you with our pick of what’s on and things to do in Hong Kong. Whether you’re looking for something to do this weekend or during the month, we might have great ideas for you. Music & Drama Musica del Cuore – 2023 Season Opening In an effort to promote classical music and support young musicians to project their passion, dream and commitment to artistry, Musica del Cuore (Music of the Heart) concert series was launched in 2015. The new season is set to return on February 10, 2023 (Friday), during lunch hours at Eaton Club. Titled “In Other Words,” this…

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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 Febuary 2023 FUNtastic Lolly Academy Citygate Outlets continues to join hands with the world renowned Chupa Chups, topped with a unique crossover with the cheeky cheeky family created by homegrown illustrator Pok Li. The trio transforms FUNtastic Lolly Academy with the sweetest makeover to bring you festivities galore where…

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Tai Kwun is set to captivate Hong Kong’s evening skies once again as the second season of InnerGlow takes on a deeper dimension from 26 January to 12 February 2023, inviting some of Hong Kong’s brightest and most original talents to join hands with the compound’s Creative Partner, The Electric Canvas, to devise and create an entirely new programme. Following the enormous public success of the first season of InnerGlow in September 2022, a new series of abstract themes will play with and animate the Parade Ground to such an extent that the imposing classical architectural elements are transformed, morphed and choreographed right before Hong Kong’s…

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Will you be giving out red envelopes this Chinese New Year? The packets containing cash, called lai see in Cantonese (利是 or 利事) and hong bao in Mandarin (紅包), are a traditional gift exchanged during celebration of the Lunar New Year. The monetary amount is not as important as what the envelope symbolizes, which is a wish for luck for the recipient. If you want to get involved but are not sure of the etiquette, let us tell you what you need to know. The most basic things to remember are to give and receive lai see with two hands…

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We are about to enter the Year of the Rabbit in the 12-year Chinese zodiac cycle. If you will be in Hong Kong to ring in the Year of the Rabbit, here’s your quick guide to what’s on over the Chinese New Year holidays. January 23 to 25 will be statutory holidays. Traditionally, the first 15 days of the new lunar year are part of the festival period, so you can expect celebratory activities and decorations well into the beginning of February 2023. Lantern exhibitions and displays The Leisure & Cultural Services Department holds grand lantern displays The LCSD will…

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In collaboration with Legacies CollectiveDo you want to begin the new year by making a commitment to your overall well-being? Explore the various ways to achieve your self-awareness goals with Collective Fitness, a series of experiences that offer holistic approaches to add vitality to your everyday life. The sessions, which will take place between January and March 2023, are organised by Hong Kong-based agency Legacies Collective. Collective Fitness: A Journey In Self-Discovery Embark on a journey of self-discovery with Collective Fitness’s specially curated workshops that include self-portrait, movement and meditation, and fitness sessions, starting from January 11, 2023. The idea…

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