KAWS & Rugby 7s: Here’s What to Expect in Muslim-Friendly Hong Kong

Hong Kong has increasingly become a popular Muslim-friendly travel destination for travellers. There are so many attractions – from the only Disneyland with halal-certified eateries to the newly reopened Avenue of Stars – to choose from when you find yourself in this Asian metropolis. If you find yourself in Hong Kong, don’t miss some of the upcoming exciting events!

Kaws Hong Kong Victoria Harbour
Image credit: Hong Kong Tourism Board

It would be hard to miss this 37-meters long sculpture at the Victoria Harbour. In conjunction with Hong Kong Arts Month, KAWS: Holiday Hong Kong will be on display from 22 to 31 March 2019. Visitors can view it up close from the Central and Western District Promenade – Central Section. This is the largest reclined sculptural endeavour to date by the artist. Also, do check out the many vibrant art and cultural events going on during the Hong Kong Arts month.

Image credit: Hong Kong Tourism Board

Rugby fans, rejoice! From 5 to 7 April 2019, you will be able to catch the exhilarating seventh leg of the World Rugby Sevens Series. The 2019 Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens is back with over 40 teams from 34 countries, making this the largest congregation of rugby unions in 2019! Also, the top four finishers this year would automatically qualify for the 2020 Summer Olympics.

Trust us, you don’t have to be a rugby fan to have a good time here. You can expect a plethora of festivities from creative costumes to music performances. Be sure to catch Grammy Award-winning singer, Gwen Stefani, live!

Also read: Hong Kong Disneyland Continues to Lure Muslim Travellers With Exciting Things to Do

If you’re heading to the Pearl of the Orient anytime soon, add these awesome events and experiences to jazz up your itinerary. There truly is something for everyone here in Hong Kong.

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