Looking to save yourself some cash but still live your best life? Our guide to sweet deals in Hong Kong will have you living your best life in no time.
There’s nothing like finding yourself a bargain! From affordable massages to cheap eats and budget electronics, why spend more when you don’t have to? If you’re on the lookout for best deals in Hong Kong you’re in the right place, as every month we hit you with our top picks. Now go out and enjoy all these May deals ASAP!
MAY EDITION: Sweet deals in Hong Kong
1. Kowloon Shangri-La X SABON – Blissful Green Afternoon Tea
Until 30 June 2021, Lobby Lounge at Kowloon Shangri-La is inviting guests to rejuvenate after their busy routine with teas-and-fruits-infused afternoon tea treats ($598 for two). The menu showcases the key scents of the new matcha green tea limited edition from Sabon, including matcha, jasmine, raspberry and mandarin. For nibbles, sample freshly baked British scones, slow-cooked salmon rillettes with caviar and matcha pancakes, and a seasonal fruit platter for a refreshing end to the tea set.
Kowloon Shangri-La, Lobby Level, Kowloon Shangri-La, 64 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong, p. 2733 8909
2. Popular Power Up Campaign by Hysan
Download the Lee Garden app to enjoy great rewards when shopping in the Lee Gardens Area (that includes Lee Garden One-Six, Hysan Place, Lee Theatre Plaza, and Leighton Centre). A number of merchants are selling e-vouchers with up to 30% off on beauty brands and restaurants, with some even offering buy-one-get-one-free surprises! There’s more – selected products at T Galleria have up to 70% off. If you’re looking for a shopping’s spree, now’s the time at Lee Gardens Group.
Read more on Lee Gardens.
3. Bayfare Social – Tapas Happy Hour
Bayfare Social at Rosewood is introducing an array of Spanish tapas with two hours free-flow of selected wines or beer and priced at $350. Traditional Spanish tapas on offer include marinated olives, patatas bravas, fried Angus beef & pork meatballs, and Gildas. Head over to Rosewood from 4-7 pm any day of the week for a guaranteed full tum at the resto’s cool interior or sun-soaked outdoor terrace.
Bayfare Social, 5/F Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 3891 8732
4. Celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival at Hotel Alexandra
Festive occasions call for traditional and tantalising menus. Hotel Alexandra presents the delectable and intricately crafted Alexandra Supreme Zongzi, a rice dumpling crafted with fresh, staple ingredients. Priced at $388 per gift box set, the rice dumpling is best served steaming hot and accompanied by a fresh brew of tea. The collection period starts from 20 May and ends on 14 June, early bird discount of 15% can be enjoyed for those making their purchase before 3 June.
Hotel Alexandra, 32 City Garden Road, North Point, Hong Kong, p. 3893 2888
5. H•COINS X AME Stadium Family Fun E-Battle Rope Hong Kong Tournament
Get physical and competitive at the various Henderson malls across Hong Kong to compete head-to-head with other families. Here’s how to play: family teams can transform into superheroes and take turns defeating monsters within a designated time with the E-Battle Rope. The faster your movements, the faster your opponents die; however, if the players stop moving, their points will be deducted. To enroll, you must download the H•COINS mobile app and register as a member (all participants get a gift bag). The grand prize stands at a staggering $600,000, what are you waiting for?!
Find out more about the H•COINS X AME Stadium tournament.
APRIL EDITION: Sweet deals in Hong Kong
1. Ngong Ping Eggs-plore
From April 2-11, Ngong Ping 360 will transform the Ngong Ping Village into an Easter Egg Hunt playground: Eggs-plore 360 Egg Hunt Mission. Until March 31, you can enjoy 90% off on purchases of child’s cable car tickets plus a complementary Egg Hunt Kit to be redeemed at the Ngong Ping Village. Kids who can find all the Easter eggs are eligible to enter the Egg Hunt Lucky Draw with fab prizes. Sounds like a fun-packed and egg-cellent Easter break!
Get tickets to Ngong Ping here
2. Buy 1 Get 1 Free at Habitu
Do you use ZA Bank? If yes, you’re going to like what you’re about to hear. For all ZA users, you can enjoy an extra cup of Classico Caffe at Habitu, and who would say no to extra (and free) coffee? You can head any one of Habtiu’s outlets in Hong Kong, just don’t forget to bring your ZA credit card along 😉
Habitu has multiple locations in Hong Kong
3. Magnificent Mozart
We know Mozart’s famous musical pieces, but how much do we know about his life? This is your chance to watch his life in the form of a play at Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall on 2nd and 3rd April. The sumptuous eighteenth-century costumes, life-sized 18th century paintings, and gorgeous golden candelabras will make you feel like you’ve entered a different era completely. The play explores Mozart’s rise from a child prodigy to a world-renowned composer.
You can buy tickets to the play here
4. Chocolatey Staycations at Eaton HK
Until 25 April, guests are invited to celebrate their sweet tooth with a Chocolatey Staycation at Eaton HK* (rooms from $880+). For the duration of the promotion, a bottle of prosecco and three slabs of chocolate can be found in each room, each flavoured to represent a unique aspect of Eaton HK. The deal also comes with a decadent breakfast for two at The Astor.
You can make your bookings here
5. Disneyland Magic Access
With the uncertainty of Covid, we need to grab our chance to go to theme parks while we can, right? A single entry for Disneyland costs $479, whereas a multiple entry (Magic Access) for a year costs just $1,278 for adults and $915 for children (plus an additional 15% discount for Hong Kong residents valid until 30 April 2021). Go say hello to Mickey and Minnie and enter the magical world of Disney on the regular!.
You can buy park tickets here.
MARCH EDITION: Sweet deals in Hong Kong
1. Kerry Hotel: The yoga breakfast club
Kerry Hotel has partnered up with yoga instructors to cater its guests to a healthy body and soul. The Lobby Lounge will be hosting weekend sessions of one-hour soul nourishing yoga with Tavia & Karina, followed by a nutrient-dense breakfast set at its airy outdoor lawn with a stunning Victoria Harbour Backdrop. Yoga mats, towels, and sanitisers will be provided. Tickets range from $400-$1,750.
Kerry Hotel, 38 Hung Luen Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong, p. 2252 5888
2. Island Shangri-La: Spring afternoon tea
Available throughout March and April, the Spring Afternoon Tea takes inspirations from fresh seasonal ingredients – heirloom cherry tomato, green asparagus, sakura tea, green apple, yuzu – to offer guests a refreshing yet exquisite twist to its afternoon tea tradition. Priced at $558 for two guests to enjoy, the set is available throughout March and April 2021. Take away options are also available.
And why not pop into Lobster Bar while you’re there?
Island Shangri-La, Supreme Court Road, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2877 3838
3. Harbour City: Delicious Every Day
A total of 11 new restaurants have made their debut in Harbour City, delivering a wide variety of cuisine. And with dining hours extended, the mall has launched the “Delicious Every Day” rewards scheme. Diners at Harbour City can redeem up to HK$100 Dining Coupon upon same-day single spending of HK$500 and up to HK$200 Shopping and Dining Coupons upon spending of HK$1,000.
Harbour City, 3 – 27 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, p. 2118 8666
4. Pret A Manger: HK$100 for 10 coffees
Till the end of March, you can sign up for the Pret Coffee Card, and enjoy 10 cups of coffee for just $100 – yes, it does sound too good to be true so don’t miss out. You can redeem your coffees until the end of April. The cards’ registration comes on a first-come-first-served basis and you can have a max of 2 cards per person (uh, 20 cups?!). Coffee cards are available in all Pret locations except Central MTR Petit, Causeway Bay MTR Petit, and Airport shops.
Pret A Manger has locations across Hong Kong
5. Artemis & Apollo: Feast of Persephone
Inspired by the goddess of spring growth in Greek mythology, the ‘Feast of Persephone’ is an ode to the seasonal harvest bearing the promise of renewal and a fresh start. Crowning Persephone’s table are roasted lamb chops sliced thin through the bone and quick-grilled, served with a cooling tzatziki, which you can pair with Greek wine or ouzo. The seasonal menu is available on Monday and Tuesday evenings for dinner throughout March and is priced at $288 per person.
Artemis & Apollo, GF, 9-11 Moon St, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, p. 2818 8681
6. Urban Chillez Nail Bar celebrates women and friendship
Life isn’t perfect – but your nails can be. Grab a friend and head to this trendy nail bar to enjoy buy one get one 50% off for your bestie upon booking. They offer vegan ranges of polish and soft gel, as well as cruelty-free, vegan, and organic scrub to pamper your hands. Why not go for the “Luxurious Indulgence” ($480 for 100 minutes) to show extra love to yourself? You can add on a nail art set starting from $120.
Urban Chillez Nail Bar, 2A, E. Tat Factory Building, 4 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, p. 5597 4277
7. The DiVino Group Celebrates Women with Mimosa’s All Weekend
DiVino, DiVino Patio & Spasso will be treating women with complimentary mimosa’s all weekend in celebration of International Women’s Day (March 6-8), upon arrival between 3 – 10pm. Book your tables soon for your sweet sweet gathering with the gals this coming weekend.
DiVino, 73 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2167 8883
DiVino Patio,Shop 11, 1st Floor,, BRIM28, Causeway Bay Centre, No 28 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, p. 2877 3552
Spasso, G5-8, 12-17, Empire Centre, 68 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Hong Kong, p. 2730 8027
JANUARY EDITION: Sweet deals in Hong Kong
1. The Hari: Staycation from $1450 with $700 dining credit
A luxury design hotel that just opened in December, The Hari is offering an amazing opening deal until 31 March. The Welcome to The Hari package (from $1450) is inclusive of $700 dining credit and late check-out until 3pm. Dig into indulgent pastas and desserts at their Italian restaurant Lucciola and soak in the great interior design details and artworks that can be found in every space.
The Hari, 330 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, p. 2129 0388
2. Gyuseki: 50% off sashimi and wagyu yakiniku
A restaurant famous for their luxurious Japanese seafood and meats, Gyuseki is offering 50% off for all a la carte sashimi and wagyu yakiniku until 16 January. Other than dishes like Ito Wagyu A4 ($268) and Otoro ($108), their roast meat platters with premium ingredients like Hanamidori chicken and Kumamoto pork are also popular. This is a good offer for those on the hunt for great Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong.
Gyuseki, 51 Fok Lo Tsuen Road, Kowloon City, Hong Kong, p. 2716 2728
3. Four Seasons Hotel: Staycation from $2030
When it comes to the best staycations in Hong Kong, you cannot miss out on Four Seasons Hotel. Available until 31 January, the festive staycation package allows guests to enjoy a night stay with a four-course festive dinner and complimentary breakfast from $2030. Room types inclusive of the package are deluxe peak view, deluxe harbour view, harbour view suite and grand harbour view suite. Bonus: Four Seasons hotel is super family-friendly!
Four Seasons Hotel, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 3196 8888
4. Enjoy all the deals these new restaurants bring in January
We’re so lucky to have many good new restaurants opening in January 2021. Whether you are up for some cool opening deals, crazy happy hours, or free-flow weekend brunches, these restaurants have got your soul and tummy well taken care of.
5. Digital Pop Up Asia
An online shopping site that supports local entrepreneurs, Digital Pop Up Asia has exclusive deals on loads of great products. Handcrafted chocolates from Conspiracy Chocolate, natural skincare products from Aromonix, women’s clothes from Belle & Bloom… the selection is endless and they will be shipped to your door fast.
Shop from Digital Pop Up Asia online
6. Beef & Liberty
Leaves instead of beef at Beef & Liberty? Yes, Beef & Liberty in LKF is going vegetarian this January, offering an array of vegetarian options like Mac n’ Cheese Bite and, Charred Spice Cauliflower. There is a big selection of veggie burgers starting from just $99, including the Shrumami which features a homemade quinoa patty, vegan ginger mayonnaise, mushroom pate, oyster mushroom tempura, and rocket leaves – yum! Most of the menu options are also vegan with some burgers using impossible meat, so if you’re planning on doing veganuary, this is the place to hit.
Beef & Liberty, 3/F California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2450 5778