Things to do in Hong Kong during the new year 2023
،Things to do، The Post’s lifestyle and culture editors offer their best tips for. how to roll in 2023 —
with friends or with some well-deserved spa time.
A stroll is a good shout out to those who are active, there are great Hong Kong movies to watch and if you like.
some screen time we have the rides just for you.
Not going away this holiday season? Fortunately, Hong Kong still has a lot to offer. Here are some top tips from the.
Post’s lifestyle and culture editors on how to usher in 2023 with friends or some well-deserved time.
،Things to do، Food and drinks
It’s the season for indulging, of course, and happily, there’s plenty to eat and drink in Hong Kong throughout the.
holidays. Even if you haven’t managed to reserve a delicious dinner or countdown to decadent drinks for.
December 31st, there are plenty of ways to satisfy your stomach around town.
This time of year, I’m a big proponent of savoring the great outdoors during cold weather and taking a food .
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The newly opened Cross Bay Link Bridge between the Tseung Kwan O Tunnel and Lam Tin Tunnel in the New.
Territories is an opportunity to feel the breeze in your hair as you cruise across the water, and the TKO waterfront is.
the perfect place to enjoy an al fresco coffee at its end.
Another favorite in the New Territories is the Wu Kau Tang stroll to Lai Chi Wu through Hakka villages (look out for.
Green Villa in Sam A Tsuen for traditional Hakka dishes in a refreshing village home).
a trail recently immortalized in the Hong Kong film Far Away.
Lai Chi Wo has become known for its locally grown coffee, and you’ll often spot sun-dried beans along with.
For more local produce closer to town, head to Airside in Kai Tak, East Kowloon, organized in conjunction.
with Nan Fung Group’s “In Time Of” community initiative to highlight over 50 independent brands in a festive.
market atmosphere, running until January 1 , 2023.
Health and wellness
Good for our muscles and posture, walking increases blood flow to the.
organs to protect and repair them It strengthens the immune system and can delay disease and help slow its.
progression. It can slow or reverse the aging of the brain.
As our minds move, we think more creatively, our moods improve and stress levels decrease.
To end the old year and welcome the new, why not give yourself a good dose of this simple.
life-boosting, health-building recipeA n accessible option that is relatively new to the city is the 65-kilometre (40-mile).
Hong Kong Island Coastal Path, which circumnavigates the island and can be done all at once or in sections. Most of.
them are flat and easily accessible by public transportation.
Its eight sections, which include vast swaths of recently developed waterfront parks at Wan Chai and.
North Point, range in size from 3.5km to 12km, each with its own difficulty rating.
Sign up for the ongoing Coastal Trail Challenge program; Ends January 31st.
Are you ready for a bigger challenge or just a longer walk? The fifth and newest major track in Hong Kong.
commemorates the legend of the running community, Nick Tinworth.
Divided into 10 sections, the 92km Tinworth Trail runs from Sha Tau Kok, near the border with mainland China.
in the northeast, to Tai O village on Lantau in the southwest – with a 5,000m elevation in between.