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

With the public holiday breaking up the work week, inject even more fun into the weekend with our weekly what’s on:

Good Morning Tai Kwun

Normally open at 10am, Tai Kwun is now opening its gates at 8am for early birds with a brand new morning program called ‘Good Morning Tai Kwun’. The initiative kicked off in late June with special ‘Rise & Dine’ offers at Tai Kwun restaurants (including Lockcha Tea House and Café Claudel) and a line-up of wellness events under the ‘Urban Recharge’ program featuring Lululemon ambassadors.

Urban Recharge runs from 28 June to 4 July with classes including yoga, barre and breathwork. Tickets are HK$150 each and include a 45-minute workout session, breakfast Café Claudel or Lockcha Tea House and a private guided tour of Tai Kwun’s hidden locations.

Good Morning Tai Kwun runs from now until 4 July – tickets can be booked here.

Hula Flash Sale

Photo: Courtesy of HULA

Need to refresh your wardrobe? You’re in luck, because Hong Kong’s very own pre-loved fashion boutique, HULA, is hosting a flash sale at their Wong Chuk Hang location with items up to 50% off. With items starting at HK$100, what are you waiting for?

The HULA warehouse flash sale is on from now until 3 July 2021.

HULA is also the Week 3 sponsor of the 8Shades 8-Week Challenge – all you have to do is dig something you haven’t worn in a while out of your closet and style it up with tips from Sarah from Hula and Emily Lam Ho from 8Shades. Sign up here!

HULA, 5A, Evergreen Industrial Mansion, 12 Yip Fat Street, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong

Pici Kennedy Town

If you haven’t yet been to Pici’s newest location at Kennedy Town, you’re missing out on some great vibes and even greater dishes. Besides the tried-and-true menu of classic pasta dishes that you’ll find at its other locations, including Parma and Melon, Taglioni Truffle, Pici Cacio e Pepe and Girasoli Carbonara, the K-town location serves up several unique dishes such as the sinful cod fish spinach ravioli. Dishes are updated seasonally, so be sure to call ahead if you’re craving a specific dish.

Pici, G/F, 45-55 Cadogan Street, Kennedy Town, open 11:30am to 10pm daily

Pixarfest at Harbour City

Photo: Courtesy of Harbour City

If you’re a Pixar fan, don’t miss Hong Kong’s first Pixar Fest at Harbour City, which runs from now until 15 August 2021. With 12 different scenes from various Disney Pixar movies set up across the mall, including “Up”, “Monsters University” and “Ark of Fighting 4”, there will be plenty of chances for a Pixar photo opp. Five of the scenes even utilise augmented reality (AR) technology, so that an animated character will show up on the screen during with you for your photo shoot.

Learn more at harbourcity.com.hk

See also: Things to do in Hong Kong this weekend (25 June 2021)

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