Our pick of 5 Hong Kong sporting events to play or watch!

March 7, 2019

1. Hong Kong E-Prix

Date: Sun 10 (Sun)

Time: 7.00am-7.00pm

Venue: Hong Kong Central Harbourfront Circuit

Admission: Purchase tickets HERE


This weekend, prepare to witness electrifying speeds as formula fever hits Hong Kong.


Since it’s inception in 2014, Formula E has developed into a world-renowned motorsport that will only get bigger - Mercedes-Benz and Porsche have signed up to join next season.


If the thrills and spills of high-octane motorsports is your passion, this is definitely not an event to miss.


2. Tai O Village - A Tour of Traditions

Date: March 9 (Sat)

Time: 11.00am-4.30pm  

Venue: Tai O

Admission: Register HERE


Haven’t seen much of Hong Kong? Then join the CIP (Cultural Integration Programme) as they show you around the "Venice of Hong Kong”!


Known as Tai Ho Village, this century-old fishing community is most well known for being the main entry point of refugees fleeing from China after the Civil War in 1949.


This is a great opportunity to see unknown yet culturally significant parts of Hong Kong, away from the hustle and bustle of the city.


3. Quidditch Training and Try-out

Date: March 9 (Sat) 

Time: 4.30pm-6.30pm  

Venue: Wong Chuk Hang Recreation Ground

Admission: Apply HERE


If you didn't try your hand at the Quidditch training sessions a few weeks ago, don’t worry - you’ll have the chance this weekend.


Make sure to bring your a-game and silky smooth broom skills as you bludgeon opponents with more brutality than Lord Voldemort.


Don’t mug yourself off and miss this magical opportunity. *Excuse the pun.


4. Sunday Recharge Flow

Date: March 10 (Sun)

Time: 5.30pm-6.30pm

Venue: Yoga Union

Admission: $150 (first come first serve)


Join Gem Balicki Yoga for Sunday Recharge Flow at Yoga Union. The studio is equipped with yoga mats, yoga blocks and change rooms.


She will be leading you through a Vinyasa practice which may also include pranayama or mediation to help you recharge and reset for the week ahead. 


All levels welcome as this class is a mixed level practice with beginner-friendly options for all challenging poses.


5. Outdoor Fitness Training

Date: March 10 (Sun)  

Time: 8.00am-9.00am

Venue: Yung Shue Wan, Lamma Island

Admission: Contact 66299554


Rise and shine in the best way possible by taking part in Primal Fit's outdoor fitness training regimen, hosted every Sunday morning!


By taking part in a circuit training session comprised of kettlebells, battle ropes, resistance bands and other fitness equipment, say goodbye to hours cooped up in a stuffy gym, slaving away at the treadmill to work off those calories.


And you get to enjoy the great outdoors and rather pleasant conditions Hong Kong is currently experiencing! 



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