Our beloved city has gone through plenty of turmoil in the last year, from protests to a pandemic. Now more than ever is it time to support local businesses in Hong Kong, whether it’s ordering take-in from your local restaurant, buying your fruit and veg from the grocer or hiring a tutor for your child, every little bit helps. Little Steps has devised a handy guide for your on How To Support Local Brands In Hong Kong!
Whether you’re looking for a general one-stop online shop or have more specific dietary needs, we’ve got you covered with our top 10 choices for online grocery delivery in Hong Kong. If you’re looking for a bottle for the last minute get together, champagne for a celebration or something for a quiet night in, there are lots of companies in Hong Kong that now deliver wine, check out our Top Wine Delivery Shops In Hong Kong. Looking for a quality protein that's reliable and fresh, delivered right to your door? We've got the scoop on Hong Kong’s best meat and seafood specialists that deliver. Bring on convenience and health with this guide to the best vegetable and fruit delivery companies in Hong Kong! Many of the companies in Hong Kong source from local certified organic farms in the area and then offer bundle vegetable and fruit subscription boxes that are delivered to your family each week. We all need our coffee! This round-up is helpful for all coffee drinkers looking to get the best of java in Hong Kong - home style!
In this work hard - play hard city, we often tend to forget in taking care of our mental and physical state. It is more vital than ever to strengthen and maintain your immunity. And let's face it, when one member of the family is down – it can feel like everyone is! So, keep the whole family healthy together with Little Step's Top 5 immune-boosting tips. From mindful parenting classes to meditation apps for kids and teens, to Hong Kong's best workshops, courses, and classes - this Mindfulness And Meditation Guide will introduce you to some fabulous options to start exploring your own journey or deepening your practice as individuals or as a family in the world of meditation, mindfulness, and yoga too. The internet is a junkyard of meditation apps but we've skimmed out the Top 10 Apps To Improve Your Mental Health to soothe your soul and get your zen back. Getting a personal trainer may be a luxury, but it has a value that outweighs its price. Finding the right personal trainer is like finding the right partner. We compiled a list of Hong Kong's Best Personal Trainers! For those who are on lockdown, or simply prefer working out at home, check out our Top 10 Free Online Fitness Workouts In Hong Kong.
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Whether it's maths. Mandarin or preparing for an interview, Little Steps has rounded up the best tutors to give you a little hand for your whizz kids. Take a peek into the Little Steps' guide to the Top Hong Kong Tutors and get the help you need! Make sure to check Our Pinterest Board on Home Learning And Homeschooling Tips. With the further extension of school closures in Hong Kong, parents are looking more than ever for ways to keep the kids busy and learning during this period of uncertainty. Here is our guide to Best Private And Online Kids Classes In Hong Kong!
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Since the new year has started, Little Steps has covered a fair few shops and promotions that we can support locally such as the uber-cool skate emporium Madame Quad. A colorful, eclectic space – for skaters, by skaters. For the ultimate slime experience, head over to Slime It! in Repulse Bay. This one-stop destination for a true one-of-a-kind slime making extravaganza. Spring Sale has begun at Kidz Wagon, Hong Kong's favorite online and retail shop for Japanese products, known for its high-quality products and manufacturing standards. Don't fret about stocks running out during the Spring Sale as they will be restocking constantly! Kids21 has selected a handful of creative and quirky items to foster the creativity of little ones! The package of each product includes the required materials, making it a smooth and hassle-free mini-DIY home project for the enjoyment of both parents and children. Make sure to check out our guides on Top Online Shops For Kids, One-Stop Arts & Crafts and Best Toy Stores For Kids In Hong Kong.
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Restaurants have been hit hard in the last year in Hong Kong, many of our local favorites have closed down in recent months. So let's do our bit and support the ones who are trying their best to stay afloat! Forks & Spoons, Tatler Dining Hong Kong, and On Air Collective have launched the United We Dine campaign that encouraged you and your families to dine out with the incentive of must steal promotional offers! New restaurants have opened this year such as, The Pizza Project. The first one of its kind for the Pirata Group and is set to serve handmade pizzas made quickly, masterfully, and with love by the experienced Pici chefs. For a woodsy-chic, camping-like dining experience minus the bugs and humidity, look no further than the new Quarry Bay restaurant – Campsite. FRITES Belgian Beerhouses have been a part of Hong Kong's "beering" and dining scene for a while now, with restaurants in Central, Wan Chai, Causeway Bay, Quarry Bay - and now in Kowloon Bay, too. Head over to LucAle – a new Italian trattoria in Sai Ying Pun, for a little taste of Italy and is a picture-perfect spot for your next date night! Too busy to whip up something in the kitchen or fancy date night indoors? Let these delivery services come to the rescue!
Extraordinary situations can trigger fear, anxiety, and a sense of not having control, especially for the underprivileged, parents, and parents-to-be. While parents are doing their best to protect their children, future parents are struggling to welcome their kiddos into the world in an environment that is far from the stress of the COVID-19 outbreak. Matilda International Hospital, a not-for-profit private hospital with a focus that includes health screening and women’s health, is offering comprehensive maternity packages to help women due to deliver in a public hospital during the coronavirus outbreak. For those who are in need of baby things, whether for your own baby on the way or a baby shower, here is our guide to local Hong Kong gifts and baby stores and for those who are looking for maternity wear, check our guide to the best maternity boutiques in Hong Kong.
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Check out our rundown on Hong Kong's Top Co-Working Spaces, hot desks, serviced offices, and shared office spaces in Hong Kong where you can think, work, create, and collaborate. We have also listed the co-working spaces by area in Hong Kong so you can browse coworking spaces in Causeway Bay to coworking spaces in Kowloon and beyond! For those who prefer a more casual working space or simply a change of scenery is in order. Even though Hong Kong offers countless cafés and casual hangouts to choose from, it can be difficult to know which will support all your working needs. That’s why Little Steps has rounded up the most work-friendly cafés in the city.
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Recycling is one complicated business. In Hong Kong, it is vital that we all take responsibility for ensuring our recycling ends up in the correct places and avoids landfill. Little Steps HK Recycling Guide answers any questions and helps you make the best recycling choices, for both the planet and your family. Zero waste shopping in Hong Kong is getting better and better. Even the best among us humans treat our magical planet quite poorly and harm ourselves as well in turn, finance and health-wise both. Check out our 10 Hong Kong zero waste stores and bulk food shopping options in HK – green pioneers we should all learn and shop from. From Edgar to The Store to Live Zero and other package free stores in Hong Kong.
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The COVID-19 virus has disrupted family lives. In Hong Kong, schools are closed until after Easter, many parents are working from home as well as home-schooling their children, most events have been canceled, and the hustle and bustle of the city has died down and given way to isolation and panic. Kids are very attuned to the general atmosphere, and we are here to help you tackle this unfamiliar situation. See our guide on How Can Families Cope During COVID-19, based on The Little Steps Facebook Live with Dr. Adler. How do you put the risk into perspective, dial down the frenzy and still convey your concerns to children - go through our friendly How To Explain The Coronavirus To Kids guide with your children and start a constructive conversation. The Coronavirus has promoted families all over Hong Kong to go to extra lengths to stay extra healthy and look for immunity boosting and protection products for both kids and adults in Hong Kong. Little Steps has rounded up some of the best places to buy hand sanitizer, Vitamin C, Tea Tree oil, face masks, and Lysol spray in Hong Kong. Although options might seem limited at the moment to take the kids out, Little Steps has done their research to give Hong Kong families our rundown of Top Places To Avoid Crowds In Hong Kong. Stay safe!