Hong Kong Rugby Sevens Visitor's Guide

40 years of Hong Kong Sevens: Milestones

1976: First Hong Kong Sevens held on 28th March 1976. Twelve teams hosted at Hong Kong Football Club for a single-day tournament. HKRFU Chairman and Sevens co-creator A.D.C. “Tokkie” Smith comments after the opening […]

What the Sevens means to Hong Kong

Who would have thought a little tournament started 40 years ago by a few rugby-mad expatriates would become the signature international event on Hong Kong’s sporting calendar? That the Hong Kong Sevens has become […]

Hong Kong Team Player Q&A: Jamie Hood

We find out what these Hong Kong team players get up to when they’re not getting down and dirty on the pitch.  Jamie Hood knows best and feeling amazing when it […]

After the Sevens: 4 must go and see attractions in Hong Kong

If you have extra days in Hong Kong after the matches, what about further exploring the best of this city? As Asia’s World City, Hong Kong offers the striking contrast of an urban […]

Rugby Fans Guide to Hong Kong (Sponsored Feature)

The Hong Kong Sevens is not just about rugby. The party atmosphere that accompanies the event is as big an attraction as the thrilling action on the pitch. And, it can be felt […]

Lan Kwai Fong’s Common Room

Right on the corner of Lan Kwai Fong – Hong Kong’s notorious party district – is this gastrobar showcasing “world tapas” with first-class cocktail mixologists heading up the cast iron liquor library. If their drinks […]

Empire City Huaiyang

Peking Duck with foie gras and caviar – we bet that hasn’t crossed your mind before. Haute Chinese cuisine is taking over Hong Kong, full of fresh starts and new ideas: time to […]


Off the beaten path is Risi e Bisi at Central’s hipster town, Kau U Fong. The newly opened Venetian-style urban bacaro (wine bar) offers an in-season set lunch menu (HK$90-$105 only?!) featuring a combination of […]


Eat your way through the best of French cuisine at this fun and rustic bistro a short walk away from Hong Kong Stadium. From starters to desserts, we’re blown away by the […]

Supergiant Tapas & Cocktail Bar

This casual and roomy Spanish tapas and cocktail bar at Mira Moon Hotel overlooks the Causeway Bay waterfront in a stylish, naturally-lit setting. If you’re looking to escape the madding crowd yet […]

Ham & Sherry

One of the newest joints to open in Wan Chai’s trendiest neighbourhood is Jamón Bar Ham & Sherry by British Celebrity Chef Jason Atherton. The lunch set at HK$128 includes a choice of Ensalada, Bocadillo, and hot […]

The Pawn

This restaurant, housed in an iconic colonial landmark, was the frontrunner of Wan Chai’s gastronomic scene. A few months ago it relaunched under the leadership of Tom Aikens – the youngest British chef to be […]