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What’s new, things to do & more

There is so much going on each month in Hong Kong. Whether it’s things to do around town or activities for the kids, here’s our list of what’s new and happening around the city for the whole family.

Brighten your interiors

Get your space ready for spring with a splash of colour and pattern! The newest Thread by Thread collection from luxury Italian brand Rubelli has arrived exclusively at Altfield Interiors. These precious and decorative fabrics remain true to the brand’s Venetian tradition, combining contemporary touches with a surprising and attractive colour palette that’s suitable for all home settings. Our favourite design (pictured) is My Fair Lady, a rich jacquard with a floral motif on precious silk, offered in striking colourways of pink/peach and pink/lemon.

1101, Nine Queen’s Road Central. 2525 2738 | altfield.com.hk

Banish Allergens

If Mouldy March has invaded your home, it might be time to upgrade your home appliances. LG has a range of purifying household products built to prevent allergen invasions from all aspects. There’s even a portable PuriCare Mini Air Purifier that can be used in the car.


New tapas

The team behind Pica Pica has launched a new tapas restaurant, Rubia. Now open on Hollywood Road in Central, it offers exceptional cuts of meat from the Galician Hills of Northern Spain, along with smaller tapas plates, cold cuts and cheeses. There’s also a good range of Spanish red and white wines to enjoy during their extended happy hour from 3 to 7pm.


SEND Support

We have good news for families with students requiring additional assistance. International College HK (ICHK) in Sha Tau Kok is setting up the Plus One Centre, a small classroom that will cater for 12 students with pronounced individual needs. They have three places available for students born in 2008-2009.

Visit ichk.edu.hk for more information.

High-end Health

Retreat Luxury wellness resort and spa The Farm at San Benito has added two new villa types to its property in Batangas, Philippines. These include one-bedroom Bamboo Villas, and one- and two-bedroom Mahogany Villas that come with a private pool; the two-bedroom option also has its own pantry and a nanny room. Time for a detox, we say!


A British education

Planning to send your child to school in the UK? Janie Richardson School Search offers bespoke, informed advice to demystify the complex British education system during any relocation process. The service provides families with tailored support and guidance to ensure they find a school that’s the right fit for their child’s personality and needs.


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