Are you scouring through the city looking for fun and exciting activities to do? Are you tired of hanging out at the same spots with your friends? Hong Kong is a famous food and shopping paradise. But at the same time, it is also a city with happening scenes which keep the razzmatazz and the buzz of the city alive.
Other than your go-to art galleries, ice-skating rinks, and shopping malls, many new events, exhibitions, and enticing activities have transpired in Hong Kong recently. These must-go bucket list events are ready to re-ignite the spark and love you once had for this bustling city. We have rounded up some of our top picks of things to do and places to visit this fall in Hong Kong, the perfect all-inclusive package to celebrate the city awaits you!
The Science Behind Pixar exhibition
Are you a fan of Pixar movies? Have you ever wondered what goes behind the scenes in making animation movies? The Science Behind Pixar fair in the Hong Kong Science Museum might be your happy place to be this fall! Now until 1 December, this Pixar exhibition is an interactive showcase of some of the iconic animated Pixar movies.
Fans will get an in-depth and up-close look at how STEM technology is incorporated into storytelling through Pixar movies. There are more than 50 educational and meaningful exhibits, models and videos. Visitors would gain an unparalleled insight into filmmaking. Divided into eight zones, the exhibition goes hand-in-hand with the technical aspect of the movie-making process of Pixar’s movies. The eight zones include modelling, rigging, surfaces sets and cameras, animation, simulation, lighting, and rendering. Visitors can get hands-on experience in all the zones. For example, finding the best lighting for Dory from Finding Nemo.
So, grab your camera and head to the Hong Kong Science Museum to take the best shots with all your favourite characters. These include Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Nemo and Dory, and many more.
Glamping in Yau Tam Mei Village, Yuen Long
What better way to spend the breezy season of fall than to go glamping with your family or friends? This farmhouse camp in Yuen Long offers up to 12 themed cabins for cabins, including Windsor Castle, Edinburgh, Greek Aegean Sea, Newburgh Circuit, etc. Inside the camps, you will be provided with an inclusive package of hotel-style facilities including bathing devices, independent toilets, AC, cooker, BBQ tables, and whatnot.
This newly renovated glamping farmhouse not only offers a wide variety of stylish huts but also amusement facilities like cardboard games, an inflatable trampoline, and karaoke equipment to keep you out of boredom. The Instagrammable spots are also appealing to the eyes, making it a perfect place for all photo-lovers to go to. Other than glamping and having fun, you can also roam around the peaceful village, making it the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city.
So, “glamp” in style in the Yau Tam Mei Village in Yuen Long while stargazing under the serene sky and enjoying your time in your favourite themed cabin. Book your tickets through Klook now!
K11 Musea – Muse Rooms Tour
Located at the heart of Victoria Dockside, K11 Musea is the epitome of art, culture, and creativity, all-in-one showcased through the magnificently beautiful landmark of K11 Musea. To top it all off, the Musea often holds creative arts exhibitions and immersive retail experiences for its guests. This fall, the Muse Rooms Tour is something you should be watching out for. It is a tour with a collection of six different artistic Muse Rooms designed and curated by well-known artists and lifestyle brands. The tour will run from now until mid-November.
Among the six muse rooms, you will get to walk through British artist Jon Burgerman’s Candyland where all the confectionery you used to eat in your childhood is presented. At the PicknMix corner, you can get a handful of candies to satisfy your sweet tooth. Another similar room concept is by interior designer, Joyce Wang. Her muse room, Dockside Dairy consist of an octagon-shaped ice cream kiosk with elements of nostalgic old local amusements parks. There, you can get a taste of different flavoured ice cream and cookies like condensed milk or White Rabbit candy flavours. All of which will make you reminisce about your childhood.
Other muse rooms include world-acclaimed architect, Nelson Chow’s Dreamscape, Tony Oursler’s immersive installation, Lock 2,4,6, and Net-a-Porter’s ‘A vision of style” displaying luxurious fashion and beauty.
Tong Chong Street Market
No doubt, Hong Kong is a heaven for foodies. The city offers almost every kind of cuisine for its tourists and residents. However, looking for different cuisines at different places in the city can be a troublesome tall order. That’s why the Tong Chong Street Market at Taikoo Place is just a stone’s throw away to get a taste of almost every cuisine without having to commute from one place to another.
With free admission for foodies, Tong Chong Street Market is back this year with a new theme of Taste Asia Now. The food market is featuring a variety of Asian delicacies by partnering with different restaurants and food chains. This one-of-a-kind culinary experience awaits you with not only scrumptious dishes. But also an insight on how to eat while maintaining sustainability in the food cycle. As most of the food presented the food fair represents ingredients sourced from organic farmers which contribute to the sustainability in the food market.
Guests will get to taste the dishes of Asia featured by different partner restaurants’ food trucks in the market including Japanese Sando from Sake Central, fried chicken wings and Thai-styled chilli crab flavour from Chicken Wings Mountains, Impossible Pork dishes by Impossible Foods, Indonesian grill rice etc. Get your taste buds ready for an adventurous food tasting ride at the food market!
What are you waiting for? Get off the couch and explore these exciting happenings in Hong Kong before the next season starts!