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Don't Know What To Do This Halloween? Here's What Hong Kong Has To Offer
If you’re stuck for what to do this Halloween, then look no further as Hong Kong has plenty of events that you can take part in.
Eat, Drink and Be Scary
Ham and Sherry’s annual event is a great way to kick off Halloween. More of a grown-up party than one for the kids, you can dance the night away as well as enjoying Halloween themed snacks and cocktails, including a Bloody Mary served in a syringe. There is also a costume competition, with a bottle of rum as the prize.
On the Saturday before Halloween, Zuma will have a night brunch with bottomless food, champagne, and sake complete with a DJ and live band. At 9.30pm, there will be a Halloween party and plenty of revelry. Costumes are not optional.Notorious for their parties and shenanigans, this year’s theme is sinful rebellion complete with plenty of religious imagery, so get out your angel’s wings or devil’s horns. There will be a DJ and plenty of outlandish costumes so make sure that you have dressed your best. If food is more your bag, then go to The Drunken Pot’s Halloween hot pot extravaganza. A soup of black truffle and mushrooms with fried noodles and squid balls shaped like pumpkins will ensure that you get in the Halloween spirit quickly. 4537 Halloween
Head over to La Vache where you can take part in a disco brunch. There will be plenty of food, cocktails, wine and champagne for HKD $488. They will also have live face painting and a DJ so you can be sure to have plenty of fun. Expect decorations galore and a no holds barred party atmosphere.The legendary party makers at Potato Head have decided to put on a disco, with plenty of spooky cocktails. The theme is voodoo and superstition so you can unleash your imagination as you are planning your costume.