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Last Minute Plans for Father’s Day in Hong Kong

By on June 16, 2015

Not made any plans yet to celebrate Father’s Day in Hong Kong this Sunday? Here are some of HKYantoYan’s picks on what you could do:

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Foodie Dad? Take him out for a Brunch at Divino Patio:

|If you’re looking for great value for money, this summer BBQ inspired brunch priced at HK$398 is an ideal choice. Foodies can indulge in fresh salads, corn on the cobb, Portobello mushrooms, jacket potatoes, cold cuts, Parmesan cheese and more!

Bring your kids along as well as there is a kids’ corner for children to play. The children’s brunch comes with free flow of soda or OJ, and is priced at HK$158 per child for ages six to 12 (children under six eat for free)!

DiVino Patio | Shop 11, 1/F, BRIM28, Causeway Bay Centre, 28 Harbour Road, Wanchai |  +852 28773552

Lazy Dad? Pamper him with a Spa Package:

The popular founder of  Spabulous, Preeti Kumar, shares with us some of her favorite packages for Father’s Day. One of her picks is the Mira Spa at the Mira Hotel. Considered one of the most luxurious spas in Hong Kong, the Mira Spa has been designed to provide a special relaxing and rejuvenating escape for deserving dads on this special day. The package includes :

– The Refinery Ultimate Face and Body Treatment (90-mins)
– Your choice of one (1) signature smoothie at the Spa Lounge
– Complimentary DAY PASS for one (1) Guest, with free access to the swimming pool, plus fitness and heat facilities on the day of treatment

Available till the 30th June, 9am to 11pm, at a promotional price of HK$1,188* (total value at HK$1,950). Dad can bring one male friend (or family) to enjoy the same package at the same promotional price on that day.

Mira Spa (Mira Hotel) | 118 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong | +852 2315 5500

To read about other fabulous pampering ideas for new age Papa’s, please click here.

Spendthrift Dad? Take him shopping:

Maven, a lifestyle store located in Tsim Sha Tsui, is offering all dads the dashing and stylish ZOD! Reward your Dad with a Clubwear shirt – made from 100% ‘breathe-able’ cotton and perfect for the Hong Kong humidity! The shirts are reasonably priced from HK$480-540, depending on the style and model; various sizes are available. There are also discounts for 3 shirts or more! Ranveer Singh and Farhan Akhtar can be seen in the recent Bollywood movie, Dil Dhadakne Do, wearing ZOD shirts.

Maven | Shop D, G/F, 23 Austin Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong | + 852 63884398

Funny Dad? Take him to a dark comedy play.

How about taking daddy dearest to watch a play? It’s something you might never have done before! MATCHBOX‘s latest endeavor, BANANA OBITUARIES, is a dramatic exposition of the amorous flings of the dull but lovable Mani Shankar, in his attempts to make his banal existence a little more ‘exciting’… This two and a half hour play set in Hong Kong is the perfect way for Dad to enjoy his weekend – with a rib-tickling dark comedy of the ages!

For more details, click here or to book your tickets, please call City Entertainers -­ 23667725

Giving Dad? Give him a gift of memories which he will never forget!

This Father’s Day, our favourite photographer Sakshi Verma has a special offer! Families can get a 10% discount on all photography packages booked before June 30.  Packages start at HK$3,750 with edited high resolution images provided with each package. Use the discount code “Father’s Day” when booking your package. All packages must be used before September 30.

For more information or details, call Sakshi Verma on +852 66265525 or by e-mail on [email protected]

Caring Dad? Have him volunteer with you.

There is no better feeling than giving back to society with your father on Father’s Day! HandsOn Hong Kong is organizing an event this Sunday, 21st June – where you will help prepare soap donated by hotels for recycling and distribution, to underprivileged families and schools in disadvantaged communities around the world (particularly in Asia). Your effort in recycling the used soaps of hotels in Hong Kong also promotes environmental preservation.

Age: Volunteers must be over the age of 12. Volunteers should be at least 16 years of age to attend this activity without a parent or guardian. Volunteers wishing to bring their children or another relative under 16 should contact HandsOn in advance.

All volunteers who attend this activity must be registered with HandsOn Hong Kong. If you wish to have a friend or family member join you on this activity, they must first register with Hands On and sign up for the activity.

Location: Kwai Hing (detailed directions will be provided after signing up)

Time: 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

For more information or details on registration, click here.

Kannan Ashar
Having lived most of her life in Hong Kong, Kannan moved to Bombay, or as some call it, Mumbai, 7 years ago in the mindset to pursue her studies in fashion designing but fate had other plans and she went ahead with advertising as her major. Being a typical NRI, living in Bombay was one of the most challenging yet exciting parts of her life. After working within the lifestyle media in Bombay for 3 years, life brought her back to her first and only home, Hong Kong.
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