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Wellness Tatler Insiders On The Best Of Fitness And Outdoors In Hong Kong

Tatler Insiders On The Best Of Fitness And Outdoors In Hong Kong

Tatler Insiders On The Best Of Fitness And Outdoors In Hong Kong
H-Kore, the fitness studio (Photo: Michael Perin)
By Tatler Hong Kong
November 06, 2020
Tatler insiders share their tried-and-tested tips for finding the best of fitness and outdoors in Hong Kong

Get your body in peak shape with advice on all things exercise from Patricia Tung-Gaw, while Diana d’Arenberg heads into the great outdoors.

See also: 8 Running Trails In Hong Kong For Your Next Outdoor Workout

Patrica Tung-Gaw, founder of ski apparel brand Ferastyle

Patricia
Tung-Gaw works out with
her trainer, Ivanov Lo (Photo: Amanda Kho for Tatler Hong Kong)
Patricia Tung-Gaw works out with her trainer, Ivanov Lo (Photo: Amanda Kho for Tatler Hong Kong)

Best Personal Trainer

Ivanov Lo at Ga1ns Club is a holistic trainer who gives input on not just what happens in the gym but also other aspects of clients’ fitness regimens and lifestyles. He is generous in providing direction on how to train effectively on one’s own and make fitness a habit. And his sessions are never repetitive or boring.

Discover more at ga1nsclub.com

See also: 10 Best Female Personal Trainers In Hong Kong To Get You In Shape

Best Athleisure Brand

Ga1ns Club.

See also: 6 New Fashion And Athleisure Brand Collaborations To Know

Best Exercise Equipment Company

Recoil training.

Discover more at recoil-training.com

Best Pilates Studio

H Kore Quarry Bay.

Discover more at h-kore.com

Favourite Trail or Hike

Ping Nam Stream in Pat Sin Leng Country Park. Roland of HK Outsider introduced this canyoning hike to me and my friends. It’s very scenic and involves both hiking and abseiling.

See also: Hong Kong Hikes: The Best Trails On The Outlying Islands

Photo: Amanda Kho for Tatler Hong Kong
Photo: Amanda Kho for Tatler Hong Kong
 

Best Outdoor Pursuits Company

HK Outsider.

hkoutsider.com

Favourite Beach

Tai Long Wan in Sai Kung.

See also: Where To Find The Cleanest Water Beaches In Hong Kong

Best Place To Go To Get A Killer View of Hong Kong

K11 Musea, especially the serviced apartments at Artus.

Discover more at artus.com.hk

See also: The Future Of Retail Is Now: Adrian Cheng And His Team Of 100 Creatives Debut K11 Musea

Favourite Place To Let The Dog Off The Leash

Cyberport Dog Park. This spacious, grassy park is an escape from busy roads and has a nice waterfront location.

Discover more at cyberport.hk

See also: 6 Dog-Friendly Hikes In Hong Kong

Favourite Pool

The new Hong Kong Jockey Club pool. There are very few 50-metre pools in Hong Kong. This brand new one is state of the art.

Discover more at hkjc.com

See also: The Best Hotel Swimming Pools In Hong Kong

Diana d'Arenberg, arts writer

Best Hike

There are tonnes of amazing hikes around Hong Kong. We did a six-hour hike through Ma On Shan, crossing varied landscapes, including streams, waterfalls, scrubland, rainforest and volcanic rock formations in Luk Chau Rock Forest. It was incredible. Lantau also has a number of fabulous hiking trails like Man Cheung Po and Dragon’s Jaw, which are really picturesque and have a number of stunning waterfalls to cool down in afterwards.

Best Outdoor Activity

We started coasteering and canyoning with HK Outsider—a cool community of adventurous people—and have discovered some incredible off-the-beaten-track parts of Hong Kong as a result. We abseil down waterfalls, jump off cliffs, scramble up through streams and go night-hiking in various locations around Hong Kong. It’s been a silver lining exploring Hong Kong in this travel restricted period.

See also: 7 Outdoor Sports To Try In Hong Kong For Your Adrenaline Fix

Tatler Says

Located north of the Sai Kung West Country Park, Hoi Ha is a beautiful and remote area that’s well-suited for first-time kayakers. Wild Hong Kong offers a one-day kayak tour for beginners, which takes you through the gentle, pristine waters, offering ample chances to spot marine life.

Discover more at wildhongkong.com

See also: 10 Country Parks And Nature Reserves To Visit In Hong Kong


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