Posted by PSR_AXP 10 mths ago

Have you always been drawn to baking but never gave it a try? Or maybe you prefer to unleash your inner Piccasso? Whether you want to step outside your comfort zone and do something entirely new or rekindle an interest in your hobbies, lifelong learning is the way to go. As it’s never too late to learn, this article from our friends at Pacific Prime Hong Kong offers an overview of your options in the SAR.


Sign up for a sports program at the Hong Kong Sports Institute and play badminton, swimming, table tennis, tennis, squash, tai chi, etc. If you prefer to stretch, head to one of Pure Yoga’s locations across the city for workshops, retreats, and teacher training courses.

For thrill seekers, Aberdeen Boat Club’s beginner sailing course teaches you how to operate one and two-person dinghies before setting sail on an adventure from Aberdeen to Middle Island.

Arts & Crafts

Don’t mind getting your hands dirty? LUMP Studio has a great community filled with pottery workshops. If drawing, painting, and art history are more your speed, Art Loop is the place to go. You can also learn sculpture, mixed media, and more in this gallery-like setting.

To up your photography game, Click852 hosts classes like Intro to Lightroom and Photography 101. Their 4-hour long classes are capped at eight students, and private lessons are also available.

Performing Arts

When it comes to performing arts, dancing, acting, and stand-up comedy are popular options:

HK Theatre Association hosts 10-week acting courses throughout the year.

Twinkle Dance Company offers ballet and contemporary dance classes.

TakeOut Comedy Club has monthly stand-up comedy workshops.


Does the idea of playing an instrument or singing bring you joy? Hone your musical skills at Academy. You can opt for private and semi-private classes, as well as join an acapella and choir group without auditioning!

If guitar is too difficult for you, the ukulele is a better option. With several Hong Kong locations, Parkland Music Institute is for ukulele players of all levels. Another string instrument is the harp, which is taught at the Hong Kong Harp Chamber.

Baking & Cooking

Got a sweet tooth? Baking will satisfy your cravings:

The Mixing Bowl has traditional Hong Kong pastries and Western classics.

Complete Deelite is known for extravagant cakes and a Wilton-certified decorating class.

Little Miss Macaron’s decorated and customizable specialty macarons are to die for.

Sweetpea Cafe lets you choose gluten-free cakes with a variety of signature options.

Is cooking your cup of tea? ABC Cooking Studio has cooking, cake, bread, and wagashi courses. For steamed buns, Siu Mai, and other dim sum staples, Yum Chas private dim sum workshop doesn’t disappoint.

In addition to taking charge of your learning, you should do the same for health. As a global health insurance brokerage, Pacific Prime Hong Kong gives expats the advice they need to select the best individual and expat health insurance. Contact them today!

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