There is always something going on in Hong Kong! What events should you attend this month if you want to have fun and not break the bank? Read on.

Miss Runner x Coco Paradise Soho Opening Party!

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Into healthy living, exercising and coconut (but also enjoy some ice-cold beers)? Check out the opening party of this pop-up store in Soho on Apr 8. Bakes by Tania, beer from Peroni & complimentary hair styling and beauty pampering by Sponge, sponsored by Miss Runner & Coco Paradise. Facebook Event.

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Songkran (Thai New Year)

This Sunday (April 9) the streets of Kowloon City, Hong Kong’s Thai town, will transform into one massive water fight. Get your water guns out and be ready to get wet! Pouring water over each other is part of a cleansing ritual to welcome the new year, and of course it’s also good fun. And when you’re tired of the water fights, dig into one of Kowloon City’s amazing Thai food. More info.

Lamma Beach Cinema

Enjoy a movie on the beach this Easter in Lamma on April 15. This must be one of the most chill ways to spend your holidays and it’s completely free (donations appreciated). There is also an after party and camping on the beach for those that are interested. Facebook Event.

Block Party

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Who doesn’t like a good block party? Warehouse on West hosts several creative companies who on April 22 will be showcasing their goods & services, such as craft beers and Hong Kong’s first hip hop yoga class. Facebook event.

FuckUp Night

Interested in startups and startup events, but tired of hearing the same old startup success stories? If you want to hear what challenges and failures (fellow) entrepreneurs have faced, this event is just for you. The organizers deeply believed in communicating failure as a positive step everyone must overcome on the road to success! Facebook event.

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