What’s on: Things to do in Hong Kong this weekend (6 August)

In vibrant Hong Kong, we never have a shortage of new things to try, explore and enjoy. Here’s are some of the coolest picks for what’s on this weekend:

First Class Beauty

DFS’s biggest beauty event, FIRST CLASS BEAUTY, lands at T Galleria Beauty, offering a wide range of luxurious skincare, makeup, and fragrances from our favourite brands. On till the end of August, the annual beauty-boosting event brings together a team of professional makeup artists and other exclusive campaigns like the coming-soon ‘Best Self Forward Contest’ with exciting prizes, as well as some giveaways online!

T Galleria Beauty, Hysan Place, 500 Hennessy Rd, Causeway Bay

Hong Kong Maritime Museum Family Fun Days

Photo: Hong Kong Maritime Museum

Exclusively on 7-8 August, dive all for a good time with a series of free family activities at Hong Kong Maritime Museum. Sponsored by Ocean Network Express, the special exhibition Maritime Crossroads: Millennia of Global Trade in Hong Kong brings a myriad of activities from storytelling, portrait drawing, balloon twisting, to games to gain maritime insights. Check out the entire weekend programme here.

Hong Kong Maritime Museum, 11 Man Kwong St, Central, +85237132500

Hot Toys Summer Showcase 2021

Even if you’re not a toy collector, the Hot Toys Summer Showcase 2021 may rekindle your childhood memory. From today until 15 August, Fashion Walk has joined hands with Hot Toys to unveil life-size statues of Iron Man, Spider-Man and many more around the mall. Stopping by Hot Toys Echo Base store, you can find more than 30 Cosbaby mini figurine collectables, movie products, and seven special-edition figurine collections available for exclusive pre-order. For those Hello members, don’t forget that you can enjoy various Hot Toys gifts redemption.

Fashion Walk, Great George St, Causeway Bay

Basehall, Central

Foodie haven Basehall atJardine House features 10 foodie bistros from some of Hong Kong’s most loved food talents, including Co ThanhMoyoTreehouse, Westside Taqueria, and Honbo. Not to mention, the newly-joined Francis, serving Middle Eastern dishes inspired by the vibrant, mouth-watering street food of Tel Aviv. Their flavourful treats, especially the Manti Dumplings served with yoghurt and grated tomato, are definitely a must-try.

Jardine House, Shops 9A, 9B and 9C LG/F, 1 Connaught Pl, Central

The Science behind PIXAR

Photo: Hong Kong Science Museum

Pixar nerds, rejoice! On now, “The Science Behind Pixar” exhibition is running at Hong Kong Science Museum as a mix of imagination, artistry and science. Come over and let Pixar Animation Studios take you through the enigmatic filmmaking process and exclusive never-before-seen clips of the production pipeline behind the lively characters and theatre screens.

Hong Kong Science Museum, 2 Science Museum Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui East

See also: What’s on: Things to do in Hong Kong this weekend (27 July)

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