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Hong Kong – The Ultimate Barkada Getaway

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Hong Kong – The Ultimate Barkada Getaway

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Nothing beats a good trip when it comes to bonding with your family and friends. It’s got everything: activities you can try, food you can discover, and shops you can browse through for souvenirs and pasalubong. If you’re planning your vacation this year, then we’ve got the perfect trip for you. Hong Kong is well-known for its mouth-watering food, world-class shopping options, and its endless array of hidden gems which makes it the perfect destination for you and your loved ones. And to help you get started on your planning, we’ve lined up a calendar of the best SHOP, EAT and PLAY experiences in Hong Kong that you must not miss out on. Just click on the icons to find out more!

South Island Cultural District

For the artsy ones, don’t miss the Hong Kong Arts Month that highlights the city’s flourishing art scene at the South Island Cultural District.

Sun Kee Noodles

Beat the cold with a piping hot bowl of Hong Kong’s finest noodles at Sun Kee Noodles! The meals there are affordable and customizable!

Nam Sang Wai

Cyclists are in for a treat at the Nam Sang Wai, a scenic route where you can experience wetland wildlife paths and village-style cuisine.

Dragon's Back Trail

For adventure and nature enthusiasts, visit the Dragon’s Back Trail and walk through bamboo groves and lush woodlands.

Lamma Island

Warm and sunny days in May is perfect for exploring turquoise coves, traditional fishing villages, and windmills at Lamma Island.

Lamma Island

Lamma Island is also home to a lot of restaurants that offer a wide variety of fresh seafood everyone will surely enjoy.

Victoria Harbour

Watch as the world’s top dragon boat teams compete at the Victoria Harbour for the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival.

Victoria Harbour

After watching the athletes battle it out on the water, catch the party with live entertainment at the Victoria Harbour with your friends!

IFC Mall

Go summer shopping with your barkada at the IFC mall, one of Hong Kong’s most luxurious shopping malls.

IFC Mall

If you’re not the shop-‘til-you-drop kind, go up to the roof garden of the IFC mall for a casual hangout with your buddies.

Harbour City

If the weather’s too hot, spend the day at Hong Kong’s largest mall, Harbour City. Explore over 700 shops and 50 restaurants there.

PMQ

If there’s a place for everyone’s inner hipster, it’s the PMQ. Home to over 100 shops, it’s the best place for you to buy unique souvenirs!

SoHo

Soak in Hong Kong after hours instead of sleeping in! Experience the swanky nightlife of the city at SoHo.

Happy Valley

Another must-do in Hong Kong is to watch horse racing at the Happy Valley, which will surely get your heart pumping!

Victoria Harbour

Enjoy a day of sophisticated festivities at the Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival and get a taste of world-class food, drinks, and entertainment.

Streets of Hong Kong

People of all ages are sure to enjoy the All Hallows’ Eve street parties and theme park celebrations in Hong Kong.

Kwan Kee Claypot Rice

Get some winter warmers at the Kwan Kee Claypot Rice, where they serve traditional meals of hotpot and claypot rice.

Streets of Hong Kong

Take your loved ones sightseeing in December to enjoy the Hong Kong Winterfest.

Streets of Hong Kong

Enjoy the spectacular New Year countdown celebrations and street parties at Hong Kong!

Visit DiscoverHongKong.com for more details.

Also, don’t forget to download My Hong Kong Guide today to help you plan your own SHOP EAT PLAY itinerary, all within the click of a button!

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