If your planner's looking a bit bare for the next few days, not to worry—there's plenty going on in the city over the weekend, touching on everything from fine jewellery to yoga.
1. Go inside the ark
Van Cleef & Arpels' L’Arche de Noé Exhibition
This isn't your regular high jewellery exhibition. For the L'Arche de Noé show, Van Cleef & Arpels enlisted visual artist Robert Wilson to direct a spectacular multisensory exhibition that recreates the inspiration behind the collection for all to marvel at.
March 10-26. Asia Society Hong Kong Center, Admiralty, Hong Kong. vcaarchedenoe.hk
2. Treat your body right
The #feelgoodHK Marathon 2017
The Busy Woman Project joins forces with Feel Good HK to bring you interactive workshops on fitness, nutrition, wellness and movement. Rejuvenate with a supportive network of active, like-minded women and entrepreneurs.
March 11. 1-6pm. XYZ and The Hive, Central, Hong Kong. thebusywomanproject.com/feelgoodhk2017
See also: How To Find Balance In Hectic Hong Kong
3. Give some love to homegrown talent
Genecyclee Gallery X Island Shangri-La
Art month is in full swing and everyone is getting in on the action. Genecyclee Gallery is celebrating the local art scene at the Island Shangri-La Hotel, showcasing the works of emerging Hong Kong artists Pei Chung and Adwin Yau Wai Hoi. Check out their stunning watercolours.
From March 1. Level 5, Pacific Place, Supreme Ct Rd, Central, Hong Kong. geneycleegallery.com
4. Party hearty
ALTN8 Music Festival
The music festival concept gets a shakeup with ALTN8, a multi-venue party happening throughout the weekend. Featuring 40 artists, established and emerging, spinning on eight stages, ALTN8 meshes electronic music, food, drink and community for an all-around good time.
March 11-12. 12pm to 4am. Various venues, Central, Hong Kong. altn8.com
See also: ALTN8: A Fresh New Festival Concept
5. Enjoy a fatal romance
Tristan und Isolde Metropolitan Opera
Wagner's Tristan und Isolde is a must-see for any lover of classical opera or music—The Guardian once called it "the ultimate opera"—and it's coming to Hong Kong. Kicking off the Met Season in a new production by Mariusz Treliński, the six-hour show is a gripping ode to love beyond death.
March 11. 5pm. HKAPA Béthanie Landmark Heritage Campus, Wellcome Theatre. hkticketing.com.hk
See also: 10 Events You Can't Miss In March
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