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Hong Kong is home to many Australians, so it was inevitable that this influence would pop up in HK's culinary scene. Concrete Playground Sydney has explored how these Aussie bars and restaurants are leading the way.
Many people in Hong Kong believe that good feng shui can attract prosperity and ward off bad luck. Literally meaning 'wind and water', you'll be able to find the ancient practice almost everywhere you turn in Hong Kong.
Since it's kick-off in 1976, the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens has grown into one of the biggest events on the international sporting calendar. Held in early April, the world's top rugby teams will compete in 15-minute matches in front of 40,000 screaming spectators.
While Hong Kong is the ultimate urban destination, if you are looking for something a bit different in 2017, explore its breathtaking outlying islands, quaint villages, sandy beaches and winding mountain paths.
In celebration of the rugby sevens, TimeOut has named seven fantastic Hong Kong activities to add to your bucket list. These awesome adventure ideas include stream trekking, squid fishing, and even a visit to a haunted island.
Experience the great outdoors with the MacLehose Trail, which has been named as one of the world's best hikes by National Geographic. This infamous trail is known for its impressive geological collection.