From June 26, The Restaurant By The Kinnet is adding two new special menus, the Low Calories Menu and Low Carbohydrates Menu. Each 3-course menu (HK $350/guest) includes an abundance of flavourful and healthy options such as Seared halibut, Chicken Thai Basil and Green vegetable curry, as well as scrumptious desserts like Rose crème brulèe and Vanilla soufflé mixed berries.
Conrad Macao, Cotai Central’s award-winning Bodhi Spa announced today that it has become Asia’s first spa to add the dynamic new Himalayan Salt Stone Massage treatment from Saltability to its spa menu.
ECCO, taking inspiration from trail running, releases the new Intrinsic TR Collection that promises comfort, superb grip, optimal stability and a range of styles to suit different personalities. The collection features perforated leather with a knitted socking and a supportive high-frequency grid in four styles for men and five for women. For effortless stylishness that feels as good as it looks, pair the shoes with the black and white leather bags also on offer by ECCO.
Treadmills can be a pain. More so, is the post-exercise agony that hits the morning after, rendering our legs sore and our feet numb at the worst hours of a workday. Thankfully it’s a problem that’ll persist no longer, that is, if you welcome 2XU’s newest innovation to date. Meet 2XU’s Recovery Compression Range, easily your most reliable ally. Wave goodbye to untimely muscle cramps and excessive swelling, and say hello to a new level of muscle durability that you’ve never experienced before.
Wouldn't it be great if we could reap the benefits of sports without committing to long hours of running? If instead of panting on a treadmill, we could be at peace enough to drift off to a few hours of nap?
Before all the madness of the holiday season, you deserve to unwind! What better way than to indulge in a relaxing spa treatment at Sense of Touch? Hong Kong's award-winning spa is offering Wcity.com readers exactly that, and up for grabs this month is a gift voucher for an 80-minute Signature Fresh Collagen Infusion Facial by Sense of Touch Laboratories, worth $1,180HKD.
Who doesn’t love a good massage? But finding the right masseur: one who can read all your body’s aches and ailments and make them vanish with just the right pressure and moves, that’s hard to come by anywhere, and places in Hong Kong mostly fall into the two extremes: hole-in-the-wall massage parlours and high end spas. What about something in the middle? This new space in Central just might put the Goldilocks search to an end.
Whether if you kill laps every day at your local pool, rely on a floatie every time you go on a junk, or don't even touch the water at the beach: You can tip your hat to Hong Kong's professional swim team, who recently represented the SAR at the Rio Olympics. Looking ahead to the annual New World Harbour Race on 16th October 2016, the cross-harbour race organisers are showing some love to the team with an amazing photo campaign shot by star photographer Rex Tsui.
There’s officially less than three months left until the end of the year—how did 2016 fly by so fast? If you think back to your New Year’s Resolutions, how many of them have you actually achieved? Fear not: We’ve rounded up five essential apps for you that will help you slay your personal goals and free up time for you before the end of the year. Find out under the cut.
You too, can dress like Marty McFly with Nike's limited edition Nike Mag—adaptive fit sneakers designed in partnership with The Michael J. Fox Foundation in an effort to help find a cure for Parkinson's disease. Here's how you can get a pair.
Living in a busy and air-polluted city such as Hong Kong, booking monthly facials at your favorite spa for a skin detox might already be common practice. But can you say you do the same for your hair? Regular deep cleansing can heal your deepest hair woes: unclogging pores blocked by grease, dirt and other impurities, and repairing hair follicles for greater shine and less frizz. And in Hong Kong’s humidity? Man do we know about frizz. We headed to Lee Tung Avenue’s recently opened hair salon, The Elephant, to find out how its signature scalp treatments can help us clear out the guck from everyday city-living, and achieve naturally healthy, glossy locks.
Hong Kong is notoriously fast-paced compared to other major cities, and we’re always on the lookout for ways to take a step back and relax. If your normal yoga and spa routines have left you uninspired, you might want to take a dip at a floating therapy session. We recently did a trial session at Float On HK, one of the first float centers in the city, opening its doors just last year. Aiming for ultimate muscle and mind relaxation, the experience takes place in warm, body-temperature tubs filled with 500kg of epsom salt and magnesium, where you’ll float effortlessly, almost like being in a zero gravity environment. In the words of Modest Mouse, “we’ll all float on okay,” but one visit isn’t going to cut it, if your aim is to shut out the regular buzzing stresses from living in the Big Lychee. Read on for our tips for how to make the most out of your float: