Check out the coolest, quirkiest drinks you can find only in the 852!
Find out more about this exciting science stage show coming to Hong Kong soon!
Make sure that your home and belongings are fully covered.
Get these dates booked in your calendar now and make the most of your public holidays in 2020.
Find inspiration for your foodie adventures in this month's guide to where to eat and drink around Hong Kong.
Whatever your musical taste we bet you can't resist hitting the dancefloor at one of these spots.
This month Sarah's been sampling the seafood at Table, checking out the steaks at Flint Grill & Bar and trying the new set lunch at Aberdeen Street Social. She loved the cocktails at Paradis and The Envoy. Oh, and she fitted in a side trip to Macau too.
Looking for inspiration on where to eat and drink? You've come to the right place! This month Sarah reviews The Elephas, Samsen, Gaucho (brunch), Picnic on Forbes, Alto, Elephant Grounds, The Cupping Room and Cabana.
Our tried and tested pick of Hong Kong's best places to eat and drink this month. Find out what's happening at Morty's, Seasons by Olivier Elzer, Buenos Aires Polo Club, Chez Patrick, Coffee Academics, NEO and Sevva.
Sarah's been eating and drinking her way around Hong Kong so you don't have to (okay, you can if you want to). If you're craving comfort food and cocktails then she's got you covered!
If you're craving a good old fashioned steak then you've come to the right place. Here's our pick of the best places to get steak in Hong Kong.
Summer has finally made an appearance in Hong Kong, along with what seems like five thousand new bars and restaurants. It really is a full-time job trying to keep up, but someone's got to do it. This month I hit up six of the newest places around town and return to two other classics.
Where will you be eating & drinking this month? Sarah's been working her way round Hong Kong's finest establishments to help you answer that question.
I love how people living in Hong Kong travel so much! We really take advantage of the public holidays and the small amount of annual leave we receive. My girlfriends and I decided to go on a short break to possibly one of the closest places we could, that still required a passport—we were off to Hanoi.