#legend100does: Hot happenings in July 2023

We’ve asked our community for the hottest events they’ve marked down in their diaries this month. Be it art, food or entertainment, our plugged-in friends know what’s most happening

Angie Ng @angiengcl

“I’m looking forward to visiting secret theatre The Bonded City at the new cabaret bar Maggie Choo’s, which is an interactive theatre experience. There’s also a new restaurant, Niras, in K11 Musea by renowned Thai chef Thitid “Ton” Tassanakajohn, which I’m really excited to try out. Tai Kwun’s Cantina brunch on Sunday is perfect for families as they have a balloon artist for kids. There’s also a surprise surprise party at the end of the month!”

@maggiechooshk @nirashongkong @cantinahongkong

Jessica Cambensy @ jesscambensy

“For some self-love and care, I recommend Ten Feet Tall and all their massages. I like to bring my kids to Hong Kong Park for some nature time before enjoying lunch at one of the many restaurants in Pacific Place. Going to Ocean Park and visiting the aquarium and taking the cable cars are always exciting too, as well as going to Disneyland, which is always magical and we love all the snacks there. Then, burn it all off with spin classes at XYZ or working out at Pure Fitness. I can’t forget Yardbird – it’s my all-time favourite spot for drinks and food with friends!”

@tenfeettallhk @pacificplacehk @purefitnessofficial @youarexyz @hkoceanpark @hkdisneyland @yardbirdyakitori

Nat Kwan @nkwan713

“I welcomed my baby recently so I can’t wait to go on boat trips and wakesurf again since the weather is getting hotter! I also can’t wait to try SEP, located in H Code, as well as go back to Chaat and Sushi Mamoru. Both Street, too! It’s a Michelin Bib Gourmand snack store that serves Taiwanese- style gua bao (stuffed buns) and there’s one in Yuen Long and one in BaseHall 02.”

@sephongkong @chaathongkong @sushimamoru @both_street @basehallhk

Also see: #legend100does: Hot happenings in June 2023

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