My Hong Kong: Vivienne Tang

Vivienne Tang, founder of wellness and travel platform Destination Deluxe, gives us the inside scoop on her go-to spots for maintaining a healthy lifestyle in Hong Kong.

Genie Juicery in IFC Mall is my number one spot for a cold-pressed raw juice to kick-start the day. I follow it up with a spin at XYZ, the city’s coolest cycling studio which will put any Lan Kwai Fong hot spot to shame. Spinning there is like your Friday night out, but much healthier. After working up an appetite, I enjoy lunch at Grassroots Pantry on Hollywood Road, where chef Peggy Chan serves up the finest vegan and vegetarian gourmet food in town. I then head next door to Caelum Greene, Hong Kong’s first dedicated athleisure and lifestyle boutique, to browse the latest activewear and natural home and beauty products. I finish my day with Pilates and active stretching at the Barre 2 Barre studio on Cochrane Street.


Cold-pressed drinks from Genie Juicery

Athleisure wear by Caelum Greene

This article originally appeared in the October/November 2017 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“The Guide: Hong Kong”).

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