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Adrenaline Sports in Tung Lung Chau

Abseiling and zip-line novice Callum Wiggins jumps off a cliff. Tung Lung Chau is a mecca for people who like to scale walls. Whether climbing up, down, sideways or jumping between them, there is no better location in Hong Kong. And now there’s a new way to join the thrill-seekers: abseiling and zip-lining on our very […]

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Win Tickets to See Showstopper! The Improvised Musical!

You’ll be in fits of laughter with brand new musical comedy, Showstopper! The Improvised Musical. Audience suggestions are used to create every single performance of this award-winning show turning it into an all-singing, all-dancing production with a blend of comedy, musical theatre and spontaneity. Suitable for children 6 and above. Enter now to win tickets to Showstopper! The […]

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The Sai Kung Beauty Guide

We visit the places where you can get pampered. Sense of Touch The Sai Kung day spa offers an Essential Rose Facial (from $860 for 60 minutes) rejuvenates the skin with the anti-aging properties of rose products used, giving the skin a boost of energy and glow. There’s also an optional back massage – who […]

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Top 8 Vegetarian Restaurants in Sai Kung

Casa owner James Bradshaw picks the best vegetarian dishes in town. I absolutely love food. Yet a few months after starting Casa, I turned vegetarian. I thought eating out in Sai Kung would become a nightmare of token vegetarian dishes in Western restaurants (usually an uninspiring cheese fest). But I’ve discovered Sai Kung is a great place to eat as a […]

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Where to Find Language Classes in Sai Kung

Woodland Pre-School Sai Kung The first Woodland Pre-School opened in 1978 and there are now nine across Hong Kong offering playgroup and preschool classes. The Sai Kung preschool teaches Mandarin in both its English and bilingual preschool programmes for children aged three to six. In the English programme, students learn Mandarin for 30 minutes a […]

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King George V School

It has a storied history and state-of-the-art makeover, but it’s the students’ attitude that really sets KGV apart. By Adele Brunner. It speaks volumes about a school and the way it is run when its principal can approach two teenage students on a whim, know their names and get them talking happily about themselves and their school. That’s no […]

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Chinese New Year 101

Callum Wiggins explores the traditions of the festival.  Like major festivals the world over, Lunar New Year has its own set of traditions – things to do, eat, wear and adorn the home during the celebration. Take the colour red, for example. According to Chinese folklore, its use originates from the tale of the nian, a mythical beast that terrorised villages […]

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