Hong Kong Food News & Reviews


From 9 – 12 January 2020, Hong Kong Open comes back for the 61st edition with supercars, a gin bar and live music to interactive games and bouncy castles for all the families in town FOR FREE ACCESS on Thursday and Friday and all four days for under 21s.

Just like the previous years, the Specttor Village is where all begins. Besides hunting for autographs from the stars, youngsters can get a chance to participate in golf coaching clinics and try out a host of interactive games on offer. And of course, with bouncy castles, magicians and face painters will be all there to entertain you. For golf enthusiasts can enjoy regularly in the locker room player Q&A on the main stage, pick up some good deals for the new year from the tournament shop or just follow the action on the big screen from the comfort of the village.

Vroooom! For car lovers, you better keep reading on this! They going to display Mclaren GT supercar, while others can tuck into local cuisine at Dim sum station or enjoy a cool, refreshing cocktail at the Bauhinia Gin Bar. Regular food booths will be serving a selection of family favourites. For beverages, Yardley Brothers will be there to keep your hydration levels high up. Also with Victoria Wines to provide you with a large variety of red, white and roses of wines.

And on Saturday (11/1), the tournament's new charity initiative Beat the Pro will make its debut, enabling some 20 amateur golfers to go head to head with the pros on the par-3 12 hole. Along with Jack Rabbit Slim to close the day down with 90 minutes live music set. The will be playing a mix of modern rock and some old favourites. Except for punchy dual guitar licks, thumping bass, machine-gun drums, booming vocals and fiery harmonies.

Tickets are available to purchase via Ticketflap: https://www.ticketflap.com/thehongkongope
For more information see https://thehongkongopen.com/