What’s on: Things to do in Hong Kong this weekend (4 June)

Looking for things to do in Hong Kong this weekend? As part of our #legendtop5 series to celebrate our fifth anniversary, we’ve rounded up five happenings this weekend to check out in the city:

Futura exhibition at LANDMARK


Legendary contemporary artist FUTURA (aka. FUTURA2000) has landed at LANDMARK with his largest public installation to date: a six-metre tall rocket ship surrounded by seven alien-like sculptural forms, each standing at 1.8m tall. Organised and curated by AllRightsReserved, in partnership with LANDMARK and BELOWGROUND, the intergalactic public installation is free to view from now until Wednesday, 16 June so head there soon to grab your FUTURA shot for the ‘gram.

Learn more at landmark.hk

Graham St Food Hall

Photo: Smoke & Barrels

In the mood for pizza and wings? Launched at the end of May, Graham St Food Hall (GSFH) is an all-day dining venue that you should definitely check out if you haven’t done so already. Created by the team behind La Viña and Smoke & Barrels, there are five different food vendors to choose from including Hambāgā, Motown Pizza & Wings and Casa Cacao (with both takeaway and delivery options) – and, did we mention it’s dog-friendly?

Learn more at grahamstfoodhall.hk

K11 Musea’s Art Karnival

Photo: K11 Musea

On from now till 27 June 2021, K11 Musea’s Art Karnival includes a first-in-Asia showcase of Rose II, an 8.5 metre tall long-stemmed rose by German artist, Isa Genzken, along with a slew of other art-themed activities. While the rose will be on the promenade until 21 November, one of our other favourite activities on till 27 June is the ‘Rose’s Allure’ artistic activation. By spending HK$1,500 or more at K11 Musea, you’ll get to head to the giant nose sculpture yourself to pluck your very own rose.

See the full schedule of activities at k11musea.com

The Lawn Club

Photo: The Lawn Club

Fancy a game of boules, giant Jenga or putterball while enjoying live music? Head to The Lawn Club, the latest reiteration of The Grounds where you can socialise responsibly with your squad. Each socially distanced private pod includes a 2.5m x 2.5m picket fenced garden, four extra large deck chairs, plus a table and a lamp and tickets are available at zicket.co.

Learn more at thelawnclubhk.com

beauty botanica


Beauty mavens will already know this, but a brand new beauty and wellness destination has opened on the third floor of LANDMARK Atrium. Called ‘beauty botanica’, the pink and peachy floral-filled venue houses a total of 28 brands to experience and discover – from skincare to fragrances and even CBD products. Pop by for a new kind of beauty shopping experience and don’t leave without taking a few photos with their incredibly beautiful backdrops.

Learn more at landmark.hk/en/shop/beauty-botanica

And… don’t forget to catch #legend digital cover star Grace Chan at Baked Indulgence this Saturday, 5 June at Harbour City!

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