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30 Me Time Ideas for Moms In Hong Kong

Give Mom A Break Escape

Mom And Me Time Hong Kong

Give a break, take a break…every mom needs to escape from her duties every once in a while for some hard earned me time! At the Little Steps inspiration station, we have put together a list of goodies to give mom pamper sessions, city escapes, shopping gems, and cultural play. Go on now…spoil mom!

  • SEND HER TO THE SPA IN HONG KONG:

    Spoil mom silly with last minute spa and fitness deals from Mamasan. Anti-ageing facials from Elemis Day Spa, foot massages at Ten Feet Tall or pedicures at Feel Good Factor...the website always has something new on their roster and is perfect for fast bookings.   Or, try out a fitness class, like spinning at Torq Cycle or Xtende barre at Flex.  They make it simple from bookings to reminders.

     

    Mamasan, www.mamasan.com.

     

  • A ME TIME STAYCATION:

    This quaint, historic fishing town is well maintained and is the perfect way to escape within Hong Kong. The newly restored Tai O Heritage Hotel offers lovely rooms which look out onto the sea, and the hotel has a restaurant that’s famed for making all Cantonese classics with local produce. Just a bus ride away, relax on Lantau’s sandy beaches for some sun.

     

    Tai O Heritage Hotel, Shek Tsai Po Street, Tai O, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, +852 2985 8383, www.taioheritagehotel.com.  Want more?  Check out the Little Steps Guide to Tai O.

     

  • DAY ESCAPES:

    For a day of R&R, treat mom to day passes at The Langham Place in Mongkok. The all-access pass allows you to workout in the state-of-the-art gym, unwind in the spa's steam / sauna, and splash around in the beautiful olympic sized pool. To make it truly an ace afternoon, try some of the pampering treatments at Chuan Spa, which is known for therapies inspired by Chinese medicine.

     

    Langham Place, 638 Shanghai Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, +852 3552 3388, www.hongkong.langhamplacehotels.com.

     

  • HIKE AND LEARN:

    For the price of HK$350 per person, you can join historian Jason Wordie on what he has dubbed a “lecture on legs,” or more specifically, one of his guided walking tours around different parts of Hong Kong.  Jason’s tours are anything but ordinary, and he’ll take you to all the hidden gems this city has to offer—even the people who think they know Hong Kong will be surprised.

     

    Jason Wordie Walking Tours, +852 9805 5501, sarahcunich@jasonwordie.com, www.jasonwordie.com.  Upcoming tours include Stanley (May 14), Sham Shui Po (May 24) and Cheung Chau (June 1).

     

  • COOKING CLASSES:

    Make dim sum with Martha Sherpa - known for Thai cooking, the kitchen maven can also make a mean har gao. Learn the art of making delicate dim sum among Martha’s students, which pretty much cover the spectrum of everyone from kids, stay-at-home moms to retirees. The cooking class takes place in the heart of bustling Mongkok, so be sure to romp around the neighborhood’s markets and boutiques afterwards.

     

    Martha Sherpa’s Cooking School, Flat B, 1/F, Lee Kwan Building, 40-46 Argyle Street, Mongkok, Kowloon, +852 2381 0132, info@cookery.com.hk, www.cookery.com.hk.  This is a hands-on sorta class, so those looking to take notes and observe from the sidelines should look elsewhere. 

     

  • CREATIVE CLASS:

    Join a scrapbook-making session at RAW!  Instructors will be on hand to guide you in the process, plus you can help yourself to the unlimited supplies of glitter, beads, stickers, stamps and myriad types of craft paper that will put the pizazz into your keepsake. The best part is that you’ll be side-by-side with your nearest and dearest, as you go through the fondest moments of your past.

     

    Random Art Workshop (RAW), info@randomartworkshop.com, www.randomartworkshop.com.

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