10 Things To Do In Hong Kong During Chinese New Year Break (That Aren't CNY Related)
Take a Meditation Class (or two)
More and more Hongkongers are turning to meditation to forget the stresses of everyday life, find balance and nurture inner peace. We find Hong Kong's top studios offering guided meditation classes, so you can concentrate solely on your practice and your breath—after all, isn't that what meditation is all about?
Take a Hike
We round up some of our favourite Hong Kong hikes and the best restaurants and bars to treat yourself at after.
Explore Hong Kong's Neighbourhoods
Staying in Hong Kong over the Chinese New Year break? Make the most of your free time and become a tourist in your own city. From Soho to Causeway Bay, Tai Hang to Tsim Sha Tsui, check out our guides to the best restaurants, bars and shops in some of Hong Kong's most exciting neighbourhoods.
Read: The Tatler Guide To Hong Kong's Neighbourhoods
One of the world’s toughest and most compelling sports, boxing may seem intimidating even as a workout. The good news is, Hong Kong has no lack of boxing gyms with some of the best instructors to guide you through the sport, no matter what your fitness level may be. Whether you want to become a pro boxer or simply find a place to practice your jabs and hooks, these boxing gyms are guaranteed to get you fighting fit in no time.
Read: Fighting Fit: 6 Hong Kong Boxing Gyms To Help You Kick-Start 2020
Book a Staycation
Why stress about booking flights when you can spend a restful long weekend in Hong Kong? Here are five very good reasons to stay in the city with your loved ones over Chinese New Year 2020.
Read: 5 Chinese New Year 2020 Staycation Packages In Hong Kong
Spend a Day at the Spa
Asaya at Rosewood, Hong Kong offers treatments and programmes that go far beyond the typical massages and manicures. Programming here is built around five pillars: emotional balance; fitness and nutrition; physical therapies; skin health; and community.
Read: How Asaya At Rosewood Hong Kong Is Redefining Urbanites' Approach To Wellness
Treat Yourself to a Facial
Treat your skin with Hong Kong's most ultra-hydrating facials combining premium skincare products, cutting-edge technology, professional techniques and world-class spa facilities.
Read: 5 Ultra-Hydrating Facials To Try In Hong Kong
Clean Out Your Closet
Doing some spring cleaning? Still on a Konmari mission? These are the best places to give your unwanted (but still wearable) clothing a second life in Hong Kong, while supporting sustainable fashion initiatives or providing basic needs to the city's less fortunate.
Read: Where To Donate Your Unwanted Clothing In Hong Kong
Give Back to the Community
Have you made your New Year's Resolutions yet? You may have the usual items on your list: get fitter, eat better, and make more money. But how about incorporating philanthropic goals into this year’s resolutions? It's never too late to give it a go, and when it comes to being charitable, now is always a good time to start.
Read: Powerful Philanthropy: 5 Ways To Give Back To Your Community In 2020
A Day Out With the Family
While we love a weekend spent binging Netflix on the couch, it's always good to get out and get active—especially if you've got the kids in tow. From mini golf to bowling and bike riding, we round up some of the best family-friendly activities in Hong Kong that adults can enjoy, too.
Read: 7 Family-Friendly Weekend Activities In Hong Kong
Have a Chinese Movie Marathon on Netflix
Squeeze in some downtime for yourself and loved ones for a night to binge-watch some of the most iconic Chinese movies during the celebratory season.
Read: Here’s The Secret Code to Unlock All The Chinese New Year Films on Netflix Hong Kong