Hong Kong Easter Guide: How to Make The Most of Your Long Weekend | Liv

Looking for ideas on what to do over the five-day Easter break? Check out our Hong Kong Easter guide to make the most out of the holiday.

Pick up some hot cross buns

Due to demand, Feather & Bone are bringing back delicious fresh-baked hot cross buns this year. Costs $20 each, or available in packs of four or six.

Another strong contender is Bakehouse. Available until April 6, these French-style buns come spiked with rum, stuffed with sultanas and orange peel, with a citrus syrup glaze. $25 each.

Have an Easter Picnic

Make the most of the great outdoors and grab an easter picnic! Relish is a popular catering company offering an extra-sweet Easter hamper, which features a three-course lunch, cheese and charcuterie, a bottle of wine for two, hot cross buns, chocolate eggs, and treats for grownups to hide for an egg hunt. The set is $500 per head for a minimum of two.

Specialising in vegan and health-conscious baking, The Cakery‘s vegan picnic basket ($618) includes savoury salads and sandwiches, roasted corn with spicy mayo, and superfood crackers. Sweets include croissants, mini tarts, and mini vegan cupcakes. Add $128 for a bottle of vegan wine. Return the hamper and get your $30 deposit back.

Go on an Easter Egg hunt

What’s Easter without an Easter egg hunt? Have a go at some of these hunts around town, and enter to win prizes!

It’s all about a Hong Kong Easter with the kids at K11 Musea, which has hidden 25 eggs across 10 floors of the space. Using the K11 app, find and scan each egg, and when you’ve gotten enough you can enter to play a hoop toss game to win spending credit. Once you’re done with the egg hunt, don’t forget to take a photo with the jumbo eggs, decorated by local artists, on the 7th floor roof garden. For every egg snap shared on social, K11 Musea will make a donation to the Make-a-Wish Foundation. What’s more: little ones aged 3-12 can go on the Donut Playhouse Easter Egg Hunt adventure, a 75-minute activity that includes a trip down their signature enormous slide.

Kiddies will love the Easter Egg hunt at Ngong Ping 360! Taking place from April 2-11, all visitors to the Ngong Ping cable car will get a complimentary easter kit, including bunny head band, felt pens, stickers and an easter basket. Follow the clues to find five easter egg hidden around Ngong Ping village, and when you’re done and you’ve followed all the instructions, you’ll b entered to win lucky draw prizes, from a Nintendo Switch to a staycation at Novotel Citygate.

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