Let us do all the research so you don't have to! Here's our regularly updated roundup of family-friendly events and things to do with kids in Hong Kong.
10 Mar 2021 / Activities / Family / What's On
Hong Kong's most comprehensive guide to what's on over the coming months. We've done all the legwork and found these events that we know you'll love!
10 Mar 2021 / What's On
K11 ARTUS offers peace, seclusion and stunning harbour views in the heart of Victoria Dockside and K11 MUSEA with all its artistic, cultural, dining and retail offerings.
15 Oct 2020 / HK Living / Holidays / Lifestyle

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Let us do all the research so you don't have to! Here's our regularly updated roundup of family-friendly events and things to do with kids in Hong Kong.
10 Mar 2021 / Activities / Family / What's On
Hong Kong's most comprehensive guide to what's on over the coming months. We've done all the legwork and found these events that we know you'll love!
10 Mar 2021 / What's On
Delicious brunches offering free-flowing alcohol are a favourite weekend indulgence. Here's our pick of the best free-flow brunches in Hong Kong to suit all budgets (including fantastic family-friendly options).
23 Jul 2020 / Food / Restaurants / Taste

La Perouse offers modern Australian Food with a French influence using contemporary methods and the freshest Australian produce. The views from the terrace are spectacular and the menu changes seasonally.  In addition to the dining area, there’s also an open lounge, and it’s an ideal restaurant for group dinners.
After laying dormant for years the former Police Married Quarters (PMQ), on Hollywood Road has come alive as the new creative heart of Hong Kong. The renovation has maintained and enhanced the original features of the site and transformed it into an exciting and innovative space for artists, designers, creatives and foodies to come together …
The recent addition to the HK drinking scene is a members’ only bar tucked away just off the madness of Lan Kwai Fong. This place is great for a discreet drink and along with great cocktails, there’s also a selection of whiskies including specialist Japanese offerings.
The Chinnery in the Mandarin Oriental has a relaxed club-like atmosphere with inviting arm chairs and warm wood panelling. It serves traditional British cuisine including bangers and mash, fish and chips and steak and ale pie and is also home to one of the world’s largest collections of single malt whiskies – over 120. Closed …
Stockton is a restaurant and bar tucked away right in the heart of Central.  Step inside and enjoy the halcyon days of 1890s London in the wood paneled space which is full of classic furniture, art and antiques all sourced from markets in Paris. Not a private members club, although has a similar atmosphere and …
Another Maximal Concepts Triumph, Mott 32 is a modern Cantonese restaurant that embodies the philosophy of farm to table cooking. Named after the 32 Mott Street, New York’s first Chinese convenience store, the interior of Mott 32 is a blend of New York Industrialism and Hong Kong imperialism. The menu is influenced by traditional recipes …
Harlan Goldstein’s Comfort is the latest addition to the famous HK chef’s restaurant empire. This Euro loft-style restaurant serves up the chef’s favourite foods, that are designed to be enjoyed and shared with friends.
Sumac is a quiet spot on Gleanealy and serves beautiful Lebanese cuisine. There is a small outside terrace and it’s a brilliant spot for a night out with friends or date night.
Part of the Mira Group, The French Window brings the taste of a Parisian bistro to the IFC. The ingredients are sourced from France and the menu features a range of dishes traditional brasserie items that are designed for sharing. There’s a fresh seafood on ice bar with items ranging from oysters to lobsters. Great …