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Best 9 Places Where You Can Get Chinese New Year Puddings In Hong Kong

1.    Grand Hyatt


Their assorted Pudding Gift Set (HK$528)  features traditional pudding, a delicacy traditionally enjoyed during the New Year holiday. Made from refined black sugar cane, our rice pudding is inspired by the modern philosophy of healthy eating. Also included in the set is a turnip pudding that combines premium dried shrimp, cured meat and Chinese sausage. (Turnip Pudding / Coconut Pudding HK$280 each)

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2.    Man Ho (JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong)


Complement a perfect home celebration and spread the joy and good fortune to friends and business partners with Man Ho’s two signature gourmet puddings, the Chinese New Year pudding with gold leaf and mashed red dates (HK$288 net) and turnip cake with dried tiger prawns (HK$288 net), for sale from 13 January to 23 January 2020.

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Turnip Pudding with Yunnan Ham and Preserved Meat, Taro Pudding with Conpoy and Preserved Meat, and Brown Sugar Pudding, each handmade pudding (HK$288) will be packaged in a Reusable gift bag designed by Don Mak, a local illustrator and the founder of a homegrown Illustration studio, DONMAK & CO.
 

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Ocean Park New Multi-sensory Oceanic Journey - "Gala of Lights"

 


Apart from the water fountain show in Wynn Macau, this would be another option that you don't want to miss out in Hong Kong. Featuring 360 degrees water-based light show is now showing at Aqua City Lagoon. It was themed gourmet delights and an array of unique souvenirs, this world-class production is set to immerse the audience into a brand new world of light and an extraordinary oceanic adventure starting from today.

The best 19 NYE parties in Hong Kong for you to raise your glass to 2020


Ready to raise your glasses, and welcome 2020? Here is the full last minute guide for y'all.
 

1. Zuma

To welcome the New year, Zuma presents you a ultimate countdown celebration from 9:30 pm. Guest will be ushered into a playful yet stylish setting, with free-flow Champagnes and exceptional music by DJ Emmanuel Diaz to keep the party vibes straight up high till the midnight hour approaches. Along with their outstanding live entertainment set to reveal on the night, is a vulnerable chance for those who are looking for an extraordinary occasion with which to see in the New Year need look no regret.
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Happy Wednesday at Happy Valley - Fashion rocks


 

Looking for some fun activity for the middle of the week? Fashion rocks at Happy Valley racecourse on 8th and 15th January 2020 might be one of your choices. Except for horse racing, there is a giant party happening also that brings out the best in Hong Kong. At the trackside, fans can receive a mini makeover and have photos taken at the Happy Wednesday fashion magazine photo booth for participation in a photo contest. With uploading photos to Instagram for a chance to win a fabulous racing experience in adrenaline for four!

Where to eat in Hong Kong for a holly jolly Christmas 2019

After decorating your Christmas tree and wrapping gifts, feeling lazy about cleaning up the dishes after Christmas dinner at home? Dining out might be another good option for you to enjoy a Christmas dinner as well. Here are some picks for you. 
 
1. Pret A Manger
 
 
From 6 November 2019 to 7 January 2020,  Pret A Manger got a special Christmas tea set for everyone of us. Customers got to enjoy one sweet pastry and a coffee or tea for just HK$37. At the same time, a line up of Christmas specials with the authentic taste of Britain, including sandwich, dessert, pastry, hot wrap, hearty soup options to keep this town merry in the coming season. For every $1 you make from the Christmas menu will be donated to support Feeding Hong Kong. You can find donations boxes in every store. A couple of new stores are opening in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong East flagship shop is moving to a new and larger location at Devon House II in this month. Plus two brand new shops are opening up in AIA Hong Kong tower and Festival Walk.