OH Food (Arabic Halal Cuisine) : Best Value Arabic / Middle Eastern / Mediterranean Food in Hong Kong
Average spend per person: HK$80-150
My friends who know me well know that I’ve been feeling deprived of delicious and good value Mediterranean food here in Hong Kong. Manila has seen a flourishing of Persian eateries over the last five years, and I remember frequenting establishments like Uncle Moe’s (chicken kebab to die for), Ababu, and Persepolis(best keema ever)…
The best eyelash perm in Hong Kong: Spa BPZ
I’ll keep this short and sweet – I learned about this place when I bought a Twangoo deal/voucher. I’ve been perming my eyelashes for 5-7 years now, because as an Asian person, my eyelashes are angled downwards, making me look squinty and tired. With permed eyelashes, my eyelashes just pop open (I can’t think of a more apt yet less cheesy way to describe it). Here’s an illustration of what I mean:
Fekkai Product Launch & Review: ” haute without hauteur “
Problem: Frizzy, scratchy, dry hair.
Proposed Solution: Fekkai products
Just got back from Fekkai’s product launch in The French Window, IFC, Central HK. Prior to the event, I had no idea what Fekkai was all about, but thought I’d share it with you now that I do. It’s basically a luxury hair care brandfounded by the French master hair stylist Frederic Fekkai (and before you assume he is gay – he…
Getting Fit in Hong Kong: A Review of Yoga Studios and Gyms on Hong Kong Island
New Year Resolutions always take the path of health and career – at least, that’s how it is for me. For the last two years.
Last year I made a promise to do yoga 5 times a week, and proceeded to join a yoga studio in February (with a 1 year membership). I did not end up doing yoga 5 times a week, but I did get myself on the path to fitness (of which the incline was very very gradual). I guess…
Difficult Hike : Wilson Trail Sec. 1 The Twins and Violet Hill
Duration: 2 hours (medium pace; you can do this in 1.5 hours if you’re quicker)
Difficulty: Very difficult. But not as difficult as Sunset Peak.
Start: Stanley (Stanley Gap Road – we took bus 6/6X from Exchange Square/City Hall Central)
End: Wong Nai Chung Gap / Parkview (Tai Tam)
Achievement unlocked! Words cannot express how proud of myself I am (pat on the back) for having…