Unique Date Night Activities For Couples In Hong Kong

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Unique Date Night Activities For Couples In Hong Kong

In a city that’s known for having more restos per capita per square foot, than anywhere else in the world, there’s never a shortage of options for dinner and drinks… but if you’re looking for a night out that involves something more, check out Little Steps’ recommended hot spots for the best date nights with a twist.


    It’s no secret that Hong Kong’s octane-fueled lifestyle can lend itself to high levels of stress. We’ve all had days where we’ve spent enough time as tech zombies. Art Jam gets you a session in front of the easel with a palette in hand and inspires creativity in both right and left-brained people.



    Art Jam, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong,  http://artjamming.com 



    Comedy Clubs are a great way to tickle your funny bone. Take a walk on the lighter side with your hubby whilst sipping and supping at Asian fusion resto Tamarind at the Sun Hung Kai Centre. Whether they’re from the UK, the US, or Australia, the entertainers at the Punchline Comedy Club bring with them a barrel full of laughs, wit, and ribaldry. They say laughter is the best medicine!


    Punchline Comedy Club, http://www.punchlinecomedy.com/hongkong


    We’ve loved the Pawn since the show-stopping renovation took place a few years ago. It has been beautifully restored and revitalized since its humble beginnings in 1888, and the 2.0 version has our vote for a great date night rendezvous. They’ve also recently added some shizzle to their drizzle with a refitted rooftop terrace, which is decorated as a garden.


    The Pawn, 62 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 2866 3444, www.thepawn.com.hk



    If you fancy some seafood that doesn’t cost a king’s ransom – and don’t mind rolling up your sleeves – the Java Road Market offers up a dai pai dong experience with a difference. Sample the Tung Po restaurant’s famous squid ink pasta, roast duck, peppered fish or razor clams in black bean sauce.


    Java Road Market,  2/F, Java Road Municipal Services Building, 99 Java Road, North Point, Hong Kong, +852 2880 5224.


    Pair your cocktails and tapas at the loung-y The Cordis with a meta 4D cinema experience at the mall next door. If you’re looking for a sensory overload – experience their trifecta of special effects which will have you moving up and down in your seats, pitching forward, and inhaling scents which include brewed coffee, smoky explosions, and gentle breezes.


    Backyard @ Cordis Hotel Mongkok, Hong Kong, http://www.cordishotels.com/en/hong-kong/restaurants-and-bars/the-backyard/

    Cinemacity @ Langham Place Mall, Mongkok, Hong Kong, http://www.cinemacity.com.hk/en/site/4dx/



    If you’re looking for an alternative to the Four Seasons spa (did we just say that?) head over to the Hyatt Hotel in Sha Tin for a spa + dinner experience that will take the edge off the Monday-Friday grind. From the sumptuous Canto-fare at Sha Tin 18 (try the delicious chilled noodles with chicken and chili) to a sensuous massage with a tub+terrace, this is sparadise redefined. Additional pampering post massage includes a dip in the Jacuzzi and a blast in the steam room.


    Hyatt Regency Hotel, 18 Chak Cheung Street, Sha Tin, New Territories, Hong Kong, +852 3723 1234, www.hongkong.shatin.hyatt.com


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