A free online dance class for adults right here in Hong Kong.
We know you’re struggling – cooped up indoors with the kids and spouse, or stuck at home alone, for weeks on end as we all do our part during this pandemic. If you’re starting to look at your flatmate or family member with that look after being in close quarters for too long, don’t despair. We’ve thought of some things to help keep you busy, from learning a new skill to taking up a fun hobby.
At 869m high, Sunset Peak is the third highest peak in Hong Kong. The hike to the top, therefore, is good if you’re looking for a challenge and some scenic views. It is most definitely one to add to (and tick off of) your Hong Kong bucket list.
Many of us are feeling some pressure at the moment, so Mind HK’s ‘move it for mental health’ campaign is very timely. Challenge yourself to take 30 minutes of daily exercise this month and feel the benefits in body & spirit!
If you’ve ever fancied trying your hand at sailing, kayaking, stand up paddleboarding or dragon boating – this is your chance!
Read our review of the Fitbit Versa.
Our pick of the best online and in-store options for getting stylish activewear in Hong Kong.
Check out some interesting and off-beat exercise trends you can try out in Hong Kong!
HYPOXI’s natural body sculpting system has many dedicated fans in Hong Kong and with good reason, it effectively targets those problem areas and stubborn fat deposits through a low impact workout. Book before 30 December to take advantage of their fantastic festive offer.
Be inspired by this roundup of Hong Kong’s fitness and wellness trends for 2017.