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Top 8 questions about the Cheung Chau Bun Festival you wish you knew the answers to.

Top 8 questions about the Cheung Chau Bun Festival you wish you knew the answers to. May 2, 2011 | Events, free, What's New | Read More
1. When is the Bun Scrambling competition taking place? The competition takes place at the Soccer pitch of Pak Tai Temple Playground, Cheung Chau. The Official Bun Carnival timetable starts 11:30pm on May 10th and the final competition ends around 12:30am on May 11th. This year there were 199 applications...

Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival

Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival July 23, 2010 | Events, free, Things to Do | Read More
For a sizzling summer full of fun and excitement, East Tsim Sha Tsui is the place to be as Asia’s world city celebrates its vibrant living culture with the three day Dragon boat carnival, the biggest event of the Hong Kong summer spectacular. Dragon boats in action are sponsored by the Hong Kong...

Lan Kwai Fong Beer Fest: 17-18th July

Lan Kwai Fong Beer Fest: 17-18th July July 16, 2010 | Events, Food, free, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Pack your pint glasses, don your dirndl, grab those lederhosen – the Lan Kwai Fong beer festival is back. The two-day party starts at 1pm on Saturday. For all those with post World Cup blues this could be the perfect antidote. Sample food from around the world, listen to live music, get your groove...

Best Hong Kong Beaches

Best Hong Kong Beaches June 25, 2010 | free, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Soak up some rays at the best and most secluded beaches Hong Kong has to offer. Pui O Beach and Silvermine Bay are both on Lantau Island, but Pui O Beach with its pristine countryside and Kwun Yam Bay Beach on Cheung Chau are really the true hidden gems that offer the best of Hong Kong beaches for 2010. The...

Hong Kong Sunset

Hong Kong Sunset June 18, 2010 | free, Romantic, What's New | Read More
The Hong Kong summer sunset over the panorama of Hong Kong Island, Victoria Peak and Victoria Harbour. Most buildings and skyscrapers are beginning to light up and the rolling hills in the background are what make Hong Kong's skyline one of the most distinguished in the world.