Long weekends only go two ways in Hong Kong, either you’re making the most of this lilypad island and hop on a cheeky flight to Thailand or Vietnam, or on the flip side you’re staying in Hong Kong whilst a huge bulk of the city is enjoying coconuts on a beach. Of course we all love to go away, but sometimes there’s nothing better than home for a long weekend, and no one can complain about a quiet Hong Kong. Yes please to a seat on the MTR! But just because there’s a lack of people in city, it doesn’t mean Hong Kong has decided to sleep. Here are our top events we’re looking forward to this Labour Day weekend
Get fit & get lit with Zouk At Sea
This is so Hong Kong that it deserves some kind of award. Picture a luxury cruise ship picking you and your girlfriends up on Friday night, partying, then waking up (hopefully hangover free) for a fitness retreat with Guavapass. On the cruise you can enjoy yoga, spinning, pilates as well as games such as dodgeball for a full weekend. As well as this, you can treat yourself to the cruises ships amenities including the spa!
How much: Starts from $1190 which includes fitness classes and a room for two for two nights.
When: Friday 28th- Sunday 30th April 2017
More info: https://www.facebook.com/zoukatsea/
Enjoy French Food In Stanley
What could be better than strolling around Stanley market in the sun, sampling the finest French breads, cheeses, wines and all the other food that gives French cuisine that je ne sais quoi. This delicious food festival will also have live music and a virtual reality experience. Whether you’re looking for family fun, or wine & cheese with friends, this is definitely worth a visit.
When: Saturday 29th April- Monday May 1st
How much: FREE
Where: Stanley Plaza
Step Back In Time With Louis Vuitton
Join Louis Vuitton for their time capsule exhibition. The time capsules highlights technological and design advancements from 1854 all the way to modern day. The best part is that it’s FREE to go and a truly interesting way to show how the brand has been connected to Hong Kong throughout history.
When: 10am-8pm, April 22-May 14
Where: Statue Square Gardens, Chater Road, Central
How much: Free!
Cheung Chau, You Got Buns, Hun?
Undoubtedly one of the more bizarre traditions of Hong Kong is the Cheung Chau Bun Festival. Not only do you witness people climbing unbelievably high towers made from buns, but there is a real festival vibe going on with music, lots of delicious street food, parades and much more. It’s definitely a day not to be missed!
When: May 3rd
Where: Cheung Chau Island
How much: free!
More info: http://www.cheung-chau.com/bun-festival
Hong Kong and Handmade
Prepare to be amazed at the craftmanship at Handmade Hong Kong. Local artists, sculptors, carpenters and more and coming together for a good old-fashioned community to sell a variety of products from vintage clothing, house goods, baby accessories and much much more.
When: April 30, (11am – 5pm)
Where: Café Sausalito, 201 Tai Nan Street, Sham Shui Po
How much: Free
More Info: Click here
Have a Spa Day
This might come as a big surprise, but we’re very strong advocates of a good ol’ spa day. From Mani-pedi’s with the girl’s to a full on “me day” with facial and massages, there is never a bad day to have a spa day! Make the most of the weekend by taking advantage of our amazing discounts! This weekend only Caudalie and all Moon Zone locations are 20% OFF! So whether you’re looking for a the finest in French beauty, or an authentic Chinese foot massage, we have you completely covered!
Download BloomMe and use code “Talk88” to get $88 off your 1st booking, FREE!
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Long weekends only go two ways in Hong Kong, either you’re making the most of this lilypad island and hop on a cheeky flight to Thailand or Vietnam, or on the flip side you’re staying in Hong Kong whilst a huge bulk of the city is enjoying coconuts on a beach. Of course we all…