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Hong Kong Summer Fun

Summer is cooler than ever with an array of shop, eat and play adventures throughout the city. Treat yourself or go on a hassle-free family getaway, exploring all the excitement in town and the fabulous offers with the 20th Anniversary of Quality Tourism Services! Summertime in Hong Kong is chock-full of treats, water sports, exciting events like the e-Sports & Music Festival Hong Kong and amazing attractions. Don’t hesitate — make this your best summer yet!

1 July to 31 August 2019

The hugely popular e-Sports & Music Festival Hong Kong returns with international and local gamers competing for glory at the hottest e-sports tournaments. In addition, there is an ‘Experience Zone’ bringing gaming fans first-hand experience of the latest games and products. It will feature the hottest e-games, VR games, gaming accessories, state-of-the-art e-sports gear and casual tournaments. Also enjoy shopping with the great selection of animation, comics, games and collectibles at Ani-Com & Games Hong Kong. Plus, there will be a host of music and entertainment programmes to keep everyone excited throughout the festival!

26–28 July 2019 (Friday to Sunday)
Hall 3, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

Beat the heat and see what summer is cooking up during the 20th Anniversary of Quality Tourism Services. There will be fabulous offers and summer-themed activities in the shopping malls throughout the city. Summer is also the season for sales! Enjoy retailers’ summer sales promotions and get a sneak peek at the autumn and winter fashion looks from all the biggest labels.

If bargaining is your game, check out the plethora of street markets throughout Hong Kong. If you fancy the seaside, check out Stanley Market where you can haggle your tail off and then soak your tired feet in the sea. Night time is the right time for summer shopping at Temple Street Market and don’t forget the kiddos by checking out Tai Yuen Street, or Toy Street!

Hong Kong is known far and wide for its enticing delicacies. In summer, delight your senses with delicious treats, exciting foodie events, and unique and delightful street eats. From the old school Cha Chaan Teng sweet of red bean or pineapple ice to the Cantonese Tong Sui treats of Tofu fa and Mango sago there’s a deliciously cool summer treat for everyone. If a sit-down meal is on the table, try a Hong Kong-style afternoon tea set. This economical and distinctly Hong Kong meal includes a variety of snacks perfect for sharing. As an international city, there are copious options for food and drink. The craft beer scene has exploded in recent years and Hong Kong brews can be found in pretty much every corner of the city.

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Summer is for play and what better place to play on a hot summer day than the local waterfronts and beaches! There are plenty of promenades to not only enjoy the view, but also feel those sea breezes. Central Harbourfront is probably the most well-known waterfront in Hong Kong, but on Hong Kong Island you also have a chance to take a sunset stroll along the Kennedy Town waterfront and enjoy a breezy amble on the waterfront promenade of the Quarry Bay Park. From the Kowloon waterfront, you can view the famous Hong Kong skyline while checking out the Avenue of Stars. Taking selfies with statues of famous Hong Kong celebrities while taking in the famous skyline – what’s not to like? To get the full effect, ride the Star Ferry and see the entire harbour!

Water sports are a popular way to cool off in this warm, sub-tropical climate with summer days spent kayaking, sail boating, windsurfing, wakeboarding, stand-up paddle boarding or just splashing around in the water! Hong Kong consists of several islands and each one is unique. Travelling around the islands offers a different perspective of the busy, bustling city. See for yourself what is out there, take a look at the various beachy cultures that abound.

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