Being tasked with arranging a bachelor party in Hong Kong is a great honour, but it can also strike fear into the heart of even the most adventurous and organised best man. There’s a lot to plan; people to invite, entertain and cater for. It’s a big responsibility but fear not, we have seen countless unique stag parties and we can share a few hints and tips to make sure your groom to be has a party to remember and gets to the church on time. Once you have your guest list together and a date, it’s time for the fun part of the planning to commence! Choose an unforgettable location When it comes to venue ch...
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The History of the Dragon Boat Festival The Dragon Boat Festival in Hong Kong, is known as Duan Wu Jie and it is believed that the festival began when the patriot poet, Qu Yuan committed suicide in 278 BC by drowning himself in the Miluo River on the 5th date of the 5th lunar month. However, a number of traditions that play a part in the festival are believed to have existed before the festival began. The festival is closely linked to dragons as the two most important aspects of the festival; boat racing and eating zongzi are both related to dragons. There are other beliefs that the festival could have originat...
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We are all well aware just how much the amount of greenhouse gases we produce affects our environment. We have seen temperatures change, glaciers melt and animals move to different parts of the world in order to keep their environment consistent with what it has been over the millions of years. Therefore, Green Monday Hong Kong is all about raising awareness and identifying just how much damage we are doing while also highlighting how we can make a difference.   What is Green Monday? The aim of Green Monday is to deal with climate change as well as the insecurities that surround global food production. This i...
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[vc_row][vc_column][rev_slider_vc alias="gifthampers"][vc_column_text]1. Round up your friends and family! On Sunday March 26th, Invisible Kitchen invites you to bring your favourite people to join us for our first ‘pop-up picnic’ at Tamar Park in Admiralty, Hong Kong. (Picnic hampers can be collected from 11.30am -2pm) 2. Choose from our signature picnic hamper sets below and place your order through our 'Gift Hampers' page or direct with our Events team: Classic Picnic Hamper (for 2 people): French Croque Monsieur sandwiches, scotch egg with British black pudding and Eton Mess star in our most popular Picnic Ha...
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Whisky has grown in popularity in recent years. Whiskey comes in a number of varieties but what is it that draws people to it? Is it the kick as it goes down? The smokiness? The sweetness? Everyone has different tastes and desires but should you always drink whiskey on its own? Finding the right food pairing with whiskey will add another dimension to an already refined drink.   Whiskey and Cheese Whiskey is a lot more versatile than many realise, especially when it comes to cheese: it is a match made in heaven. Whiskey comes with many different notes and flavours which is where the right cheese can work like an absol...
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The Chinese New Year is a time of celebration and 2017 is known as the year of the Rooster. It is a time when families in Hong Kong spend quality time together. Following tradition, the host will prepare a Chinese New Year candy box to help encourage and improve luck for the year ahead while family relax and enjoy the celebrations. Despite many other cultures celebrating their New Year on the 1st January, the Chinese New Year in Hong Kong takes place on a different date each year because it is based on the lunar calendar so the upcoming 2017 Chinese New Year actually takes place on 28th January. There are many my...
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