What’s on: Things to do in Hong Kong this weekend (16 July)

With half of 2021 officially gone by, kickstart the second half of the year with our weekly what’s on:

The New Moon pops up at On Pedder

Looking for some self-care essentials? Hong Kong’s premier curated wellness boutique The New Moon finally lands at Joyce/On Pedder in Central with their first-ever pop-up, which runs from 14 July to 11 August 2021. See their gorgeous products in person including The New Moon’s bestsellers, including items from Photogenics + CoCinnamon Projects and Bodha’s Vibration Perfume.

Joyce/On Pedder, G/F, New World Tower, 16-18 Queen’s Road, Central, Hong Kong; 10:30am – 7:30pm

Gucci Basket Pop-up

Photo: Courtesy of K11 MUSEA

Drawing inspiration from an outdoor basketball court and street culture, the latest Gucci Pin pop-up makeover brings the best ’90s sporty vibe for Alessandro Michele’s brand-new Gucci Basket display. From now until 8 August 2021, tune up with a new series of unisex, high-top sneakers that effortlessly match with 25 Eschatology ready-to-wear essentials. And don’t forget to the virtual basketball game ‘Gucci Burst’ for your chance to win exclusive gifts at the K11 MUSEA pop-up.

Gucci Pin Hong Kong, G/F, Opera Theatre, K11 MUSEA, 18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong


Inspired by the ideal Italian summer getaway destination, Lake Como, K11 MUSEA will be transformed into “VILLA MUSEA” from 9 July to 12 September. With a simple click, travel back in time at THE MUSEA CLASSIC where you can catch sight of a fleet of the world’s rarest classic cars from 1930 to the present. For the very first time in Hong Kong, the globally renowned Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este auto show presents must-see models ranging from the elegant 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB to newer models such as the 2020 Ferrari Monza SP2.

Additionally, drawing inspiration from the iconic Camparino in Milan’s Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Hong Kong’s first Campari Pop Up Bar offers exclusive Italian cocktails for an all-rounded, relaxing experience. Book a tour to VILLA MUSEA here.

K11 MUSEA, 18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong


Photo: Courtesy of Censu

New restaurant Censu has just opened its doors this July 15th, offering exquisite flavours by Japanese chef Shun Sato, whose experience traverses London, Sydney and Hong Kong. On top of the traditional izakaya-style cooking of his father, Sato brings more refined and ingredient-focused dishes such as the sliced raw squid with green apple daikon fermented white kimchi, and Unigiri.

Censu, 28-30 Gough Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

Asia Premiere: Nowhere and Everywhere at the Same Time

For the first time in Asia, the art exhibition is more interactive than ever with hundreds of pendulums that are suspended from automated grids that rock around according to set pattern. Weave into and dance around William Forsythe’s Nowhere and Everywhere at the Same Time No.2, which is running from now until Monday, 19 July 2021.

The Box at Freespace, West Kowloon Cultural District, No. 18 Museum Dr, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Beat the Heat Fitness Night

Photo: Courtesy of MyFitnessHK

This Saturday, 16 July, gather at Summer Fest 2021 for a night of group yoga. Set against the beautiful Victoria Harbour, follow along with the exercises on-stage then browse through plenty of booths afterwards. A great way to refresh and rejuvenate yourself this weekend.

Learn more at summerfest-centralharbourfront.hk

See also: What’s on: Things to do in Hong Kong this weekend (2 July)

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