It’s okay, this is a PG version of things to do at home for adults! In case you’re going a bit stir-crazy in Hong Kong staying indoors, we’ve found some fun activities that you can do to entertain yourself, learn something new and possibly be quite productive in the process.
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Jamie Oliver makes mouth-watering comfort food – just what we need right now. This guide features quick and easy recipes with only five ingredients – perfect for chefs of all abilities.
Gardening is one of our favourite things to do at home. No matter how small your apartment is, this smart garden can work. It’s compact, easy and mess free. You can grow all the herbs you need to make your Jamie Oliver masterpiece!
Can’t go out? Don’t worry, you can bring the bar to your home with this cool cocktail kit. You’ll be shaking up fancy cocktails in no time. Not only is this set practical, it’s also affordable – it should cost you considerably less than a cocktail at most bars in Hong Kong!
Express your creative side with these calming and beautiful watercolour paints. New to painting? This pack offers lessons to help guide you through the creative process.
# 5 Dumbbell Set
There is no excuse to let your fitness slide, even if you’re stuck indoors. Make staying at home a productive time for your health with these weights. Weight training is beneficial to almost any age group – work out while you’re watching TV or during your evening stroll around the neighbourhood.
Monopoly is a rainy day classic thing to do at home! This special edition is made especially for Game of Thrones fans. If you loved the HBO show (seems like so long ago now, right?!), you’ll get a kick out of buying and trading your way across the seven Kingdoms.
There has never been a better time to try your hand at creating some classic Hong Kong dishes at home. If you’ve always enjoyed dining in the city’s cafés and food stalls, this book is perfect for you. It covers classic street food, hot pots and all those local restaurant favourites. Yum!
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