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

July 25, 2019

1. Campfire FitFest 

Date: July 27 (Sat) 

Time: 11:00am-3:00pm 

Venue: Campfire, Wong Chuk Hang 

Admission: All-access pass $300, FitFest access only $190, Ovolo drinks session $200


FitFest is gathering the boldest, the motivated and some of the most energetic fitness gurus into

one space to challenge you through an array of classes and get you pumping.


With over 12+ classes across 3 floors, there is bound to be a class that piques your interest!


Across three floors, there will be workout sessions, workshops and a mini-marketplace.


Additionally, there will be post-workout drinks at Above by Komune.


2. Goji Elite Open Day Workout 

Date: July 27 (Sat)  

Time: 12:00pm-2:00pm 

Venue: Goji Elite, Sai Ying Pun 

Admission: $100 


Goji Elite Open Day is a day for you to come down and experience everything Goji Elite has to offer. They will have two 40-minute group sessions (Muay Thai and Exercise), plus a chance to meet the Coaches.


You will receive a free goodie bag upon completion of the day and your $100 will be refunded to you with purchase any class or package.


There are only 36 slots so first to register will save themselves a spot! 


**Only open to first time attendees


3. Whatzsup SUP Fun Day

Date: July 27 (Sat)  

Time: 10:30am-3:30pm 

Venue: Wu Kai Sha Beach, Ma On Shan  

Admission: $100 


Whatzsup SUP Fun Day is led by qualified coaches from the “Hong Kong Stand Up Paddle BoardAssociation (HKSUPBA)”, which aims to promote the sport and to provide more opportunities for the public to explore this easy-to-learn and versatile sport.


The event is a great opportunity to meet more like-minded friends and enjoy the fun of stand up paddling with some safety skills and knowledge. 


4. Rugby Championship Week 2 Live 

Date: July 27 (Sat) 

Time: 3:30pm-5:30pm 

Venue: Forbes 36 Bar and Grill 

Admission: Buy a drink! 


Watch the highly anticipated matches between New Zealand and South Africa, as well as

Australia and Argentina at Forbes 36.


With a great atmosphere to watch live sports, you don't want to miss it!


5. Zumba at Hong Kong Park Sports Centre 

Date: July 27 (Sat) 

Time: 6:00pm-7:00pm    

Venue: Hong Kong Park Sports Centre, Central 

Admission: FREE for first-timers 


Come join Dee Oh at Dee Dream Life to get fit and have fun to a great music variety ranging fromLatin, English, Indian, Korean and international and other exotic foreign tunes!


Easy to follow steps with many repetitions, no pressure or stress to memorise moves.


All beginners are welcome and you will start moving and shaking to the beats and music in no time! 


What else are you waiting for? This is the perfect way to get yourself moving and starting your fun fitness journey!



Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter