Things to watch out for as life reopens in Hong Kong
- March 5, 2021
- Posted by: Amelia Buckworth
- Category: Hong Kong
Finally some positive and happy news! It’s been three months since the Hong Kong government tightened restrictions due to the increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in the city. As part of the gradual easing back to life pre-pandemic, restaurants can now open until 10 pm with a maximum of four people per table. With the hope of Hong Kong returning back to normal, here are some tips and suggestions for our Hong Kong readers and their families to enjoy once the city begins to re-open.
- The Grounds is open again! Enjoy quality family time at the HK first outdoor cinema with different movies showing daily! Each group will be provided with their own pod maximum of four people. You can also order food and drinks by scanning the QR code on your table and it will be delivered to you.
- Time for a quality family dinner out! With the restrictions loosening up, we can finally enjoy dinner out once again.
- The Peak has always been a popular destination for families. The new restaurant Fiamma is in the same mall as the Build-A-Bear workshop and Monopoly Dreams. Serving homemade pizzas and ice-cream with an outdoor playground right outside the restaurant, it is certainly a wonderful place to have a drink while the kids run around.
- While parents are enjoying their happy hour,Fini’s’s is introducing a kid’s happy hour! Kids under the age of 10 can have the kid’s menu for free!
- The Pawnis in an iconic historic building dating back to 1888. They have created an indoor play area for the children on the second floor with toys and serving kids’ friendly dishes. Parents can finally have free-flow drinks with some kids-free time!
- After three closures over the past year,Hong Kong Disneyland and Ocean Park Park are finally reopening their doors. Make sure you make your reservation online at least a day prior to obtain a QR code for entry.
- Make sure to always keep a thermometer at home! As schools are slowly returning to normal, all schools will be requesting a daily temperature log to ensure students safety. Classroom’s space will be maximised to ensure sufficient physical distancing, but always keep an extra hands sanitiser in their bags!
For further information on life and schools re-opening in Hong Kong, please contact Quintessentially Education.