Explore Hong Kong According To Your Personality | Clozette
When you are set to visit a new place, you take into consideration the activities you can do there. This can be quite challenging if you’re travelling with people who do not exactly have the same interests as you. As they say — different folks, different strokes. But then there are some places that offer a smorgasbord of experiences, and one of which is Hong Kong. No matter what your personality is and interests are, there’s something waiting for you in “Asia’s World City.”

The Adventure-Seeker



If you’re someone who gets excited by the idea of experiencing theme park rides and indulging in carnival food, you wouldn’t want to miss a trip to Hong Kong Disneyland. Plus, with the opening of the new Disney Explorers Lodge, you’re sure to have a lot of exploring to do. The lodge has seven themed lands, and on top of that, it also has a wide range of shows, attractions and other entertainment offerings.

The Kid at Heart



Raise your hand if you still love watching cartoons! Young and old, there’s something for you at Madame Tussauds, especially now that they launched a new immersive experience featuring some of the world’s beloved cartoon characters. Enjoy digital installations of your favourites — there’s Hello Kitty, McDull and Mrs. Mak, Balala the Fairies, Yo-kai Watch and even Marvel superheroes.
The Thriftaholic



If you’re one to watch your wallet, this one’s for you. In time for the celebration of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s 20th anniversary, guests will be able to enjoy deals from many establishments, including Ocean Park Hong Kong, Hong Kong Disneyland, Cathay Pacific and Madame Tussauds.

Among the many amazing deals you can avail of is the HK$20 ticket to attractions for people born in a certain month.

The Film Buff



When you can’t part with art, you look for it even when you travel. The Hong Kong International Film Festival is taking place from the 11 April till 25 April 2017. Catch over 250 films from more than 50 countries in this special showcase of cinema art.

 

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The Hari Raya Puasa festive season is coming. Apart from celebrating with friends and family, there’s one more thing that comes to mind when the occasion approaches: dressing up for the festivities. If you’ve been stressing out about looking put-together but don’t know where to start, ZALORA has your back.

Last week, the premiere online shopping destination in Asia launched their festive collections during a garden party at the Botanico at The Garage, Singapore Botanic Gardens.



The collections are all well-designed, intricately embellished and definitely festive — exactly what you need. Looking for inspiration? Here’s a peek at what the collections offer.

Zalia



Inspired by the theme of an enchanted forest, Zalia’s 2017 Festive Collection features embellishments that closely mimic the appearance of ferns, vines, wild flowers and other fauna that can be seen in a forest. You’re sure to find something that tickles your fancy with over 160 pieces of clothing to choose from.

Zalia Homme



The men will not go unnoticed. Zalia Homme offers pieces with classic cuts but are embellished with on-trend elements such as embroidered patterns and motif prints.
Lubna



Specialising in modest fashion for the modern woman, Lubna offers an impressive 240-piece collection of baju kurung looks, apt for the festive season and all-year-round.

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We’re halfway through April! How crazy is that? We’re well into summer, folks. What are your plans? Heading off to an exotic location or just staying at home for a bit of staycation? Well, our minds are on both, plus the latest and most interesting stuff that’s been happening in the worlds of fashion and beauty.

Let’s all get ourselves a dose of what’s in the news this week.

Michelle is back 

After a year-long hiatus from making YouTube videos and posting on social media, Michelle Phan is back in the game. And she’s bringing her reborn makeup line with her to boot. After acquiring Em Cosmetics from L’Oreal, Phan is re-launching the brand, streamlined with liquid lipsticks and eyeliners. 

Enniful is EIC 

Former W Magazine head Edward Enniful will be at the helm of British Vogue. The announcement comes a couple of months after Alexandra Shulman exited the publication.

Fashion for change

Lebanese-born, Canada-raised Celine Semaan wants to shed a light on the plights of refugees through fashion. Check out her latest amazing collection.

Foundation for sunburn? 

While we’re more inclined to treat a sunburn first before doing anything — slather on that aloe vera gel to soothe the burn — we can’t say we’re not impressed by how well the Too Faced Born This Way foundation performed on a woman who covered her sunburnt skin with it.


Cherry Blossom Float 

McDonald’s Japan is releasing limited edition Sakura McFloat in time for cherry blossom season. Pink and yummy? Colour us piqued!


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