5 Events You Can’t Miss At The Longines Masters Of Hong Kong 2019
The Prestige Village
Explore all things equestrian and beyond at the Prestige Village of Hong Kong, where you’ll find over 40 pop-up stores by brands from around the world. These include KEF, Lightfoot Travel, Hermès Sellier, Asia Marine, The Nature Conservancy and so much more.
The excitement of back to back equestrian events can leave on in need of a little sustenance—luckily, there are plenty of food and drink vendors you can count on, including Champagne G.H. Mumm, Pernod Ricard, healthy poke bowls by Pololi and culinary delights by Indonesian restaurant, Tri. For those with a sweet tooth, indulge in treats by the likes of XTC Gelato and The Candy Stand.
First ever Asia Hobby Horse Competition
As always, there are plenty of activities for the little ones at the kids zone of the Longines Masters of Hong Kong. This year, for the first time, kids can take part in an exciting hobby horse competition where they’ll tackle mini obstacles and jumps placed around the track.
Equestrian Show by Frederic Pignon & Magali Delgado
Frédéric Pignon and Magali Delgado are equestrians, visionaries and artists. Their deep love and respect for the horses come through in their moving performance as they share the stage with their majestic Iberian horses in music, movement and multimedia. To date, they have performed in front of over two million spectators and it's safe to say that each one was left in awe.
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Art by Macey & Sons
Macey & Sons will delight visitors once again at this year’s 2019 Longines Masters of Hong Kong with rare masterpieces that are mostly seen only in museums, including exclusive artworks and opulent silverware.
Register for a guided Art Walk, or sign up for a Still Shot where Macey & Sons’ professional photographer will take a photo of you in a decadent 19th century grand palace setting.
Exquisite cuisine by chef Hilda Chan
The rising culinary star will be showcasing her gastronomic verve as the guest chef at this year's Longines Masters of Hong Kong. A graduate of the Institut Culinaire Disciples Escoffier, Chan was appointed an ambassador for Disciples Escoffier International Asia last year.
She's known for cooking French cuisine with an edge, so guests at the event can expect a stunning modern menu featuring dishes like scallop tartare with salmon roe marinated in yuzu and of course, her signature chicken roll.
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