Things To Do

Your guide to what’s on in Hong Kong this week


Note Worthy – Fook Lam Moon

The famous HK restaurant has decided to open its first gorgeous gourmet store. This restaurant is a personal favourite and a go to for any visitors that come into town. Head on over and have a look at their variety of tea leaves provided by the famous Lok Cha Teahouse, coffee beans by Sensory Artisan or their signature Guo Fu Lou Golden Custard.

Shop B, 35-45 Johnston Road, Wanchai. For further information contact them on 2363 8810

On Now – NOM’s Italian Street Sound Thursdays

Hong Kong has its first meatball bar! They have organised a bit of fun on every 1 and 3 Thursday of the month. There will be a DJ setting the mood, a new recent makeover and a new special Italian Street Food Menu by Chef Fabrizio Napolitano. Yes please.
1/F, 1-5 Elgin Street, Central, Hong Kong. For further information click here or contact them directly at 2540 7988.

3/9 – Dylan Moran @ International Trade and Exhibition Centre

This is a first in Hong Kong for Dylan Moran. He’s coming to introduce his new show ‘Off The Hook’. If you’re are already a fan of this unkempt Irishman then you don’t need any further explanation, but if you’re new to his antics and are looking for a good belly laugh this is a night for you. He talks you through all of life’s illogicality’s like love, sadness, politics and all with his usual softly spoken, Irish, unpredictable manner. Tickets start from $488.
Rotunda 3, Kowloon International Trade and Exhibition Centre, 1 Trademart Drive, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong. For more information click here.

4/9 – Dance 4 Kids – Powered by Sports 4 Kids

Let the kids loose in this cool kids dance programme that introduces them to Jazz, Musical Theatre and Hip Hop. Such a great confidence builder for the little ones and so much fun.

Stating from 9.15am – 10am for kids between the ages of 2.5 to 4 years old; 10 – 10.45am for kids between the ages of 15 months to 2.5 years old.
Dance Room, G/F, Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park Sports Centre, 18 Eastern Street, Sai Ying Pun. Email them directly at or click here for further information.


5/9 – Yoga On The Beach – International Day of Charity

A fabulous way to raise money for charity whilst doing something for your mind and body. The yoga session will be held on Repulse bay beach which will make the experience more serene. Just imagine the sound of the waves and the sand beneath your feet, and it’s all for a good cause. 5pm – 6pm Vinyasa Yoga Class followed by a Yin Yoga class from 6.15pm – 7.15pm both with Nora. Repulse Bay Beach, Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong. To get involved click here.