Some of my favorite vegan spots
Sangeetha This is a great Indian vegetarian restaurant with a lovely ambience keeping their menu exciting with new indigenous cuisines derived from Udupi & Chettinad style. Here's a little secret, if you visit get the mini tiffin set (you get everything!)
Mana! If it matters to you what you eat then this is the place for you. This slow fast food cafe is all about mindful eating. They operate on zero food waste and care about our planet making delicious plant based food convenient and accessible. I don't leave Hong Kong without picking up my favorite falafel wrap from them! It's that good.
Maison Libanaise Well their name tells you what kind of food they are serving but the exotic lebanese spread is split into 3 floors all providing amazing vegetarian & vegan options in it's own unique way. Some say the veg options are tastier than the meat dishes.
P.S. Always look out for Buddhist vegetarian/ vegan restaurants around HK as well!
LIV magazine is a super informative online magazine that focuses on all things wellness, this is the go to resource for the self care part of your travel planning. You can find a gym, workshops and meet new people by going to one of the events featured while you're there!
Enjoy Hiking This is where you can find maps of the hiking trails! Hong Kong has so many great hikes. Every time I've been I've been able to do a different one and all had pretty amazing views! You'll find the latest information on hikes on this website created by the Hong Kong government.
WILD HK There’s so much more to Hong Kong than the city, extravagant restaurants, bar scene and shopping. Check out beautiful beaches, mountains and waterfalls while you are there. This is what truly makes Hong Kong so interesting and special. You can use Wild Hong Kong's site for research & to book tours.
IRIS- YOUR ESCAPE This is an all day yoga & wellness festival to look out for on the dates of your trip. The festival features meditation, yoga, music, arts, health and wellness education and focus on inspiring us to be better versions of ourselves.
What are some things you do to save money and eat healthy/ vegan during your travels? Oh and have you discovered any other great and vegan friendly spots in Honkers I didn't mention? 💚