The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) is using this uncertain time to recharge and reconnect. Here are a few ways you can take a couple of minutes out of your day to rejuvenate your senses:Relax to Hong Kong’s melodic nature sounds reinterpreted to classical music – Join the acclaimed Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra on a virtual tour of Hong Kong’s breathtaking hinterlands, whilst soaking up the invigorating sound therapy properties of classical music. This unique tour experience presents an extraordinary side of Hong Kong rarely seen by outsiders. Enjoy the performance of a lifetime by the award-winning orchestra as they take music-making to new heights.
Embark on a restorative journey in Hong Kong’s great outdoors – Immerse yourself in the astonishing natural splendours of the city and uncover its lush greenery, ravishing peaks and endless blue seas with gong bath master Martha Collard (Red Doors Studio). Allow her to guide you on a sensational audio-visual virtual experience that combines the restorative benefits of a meditative gong-sound experience with the unparalleled sights and sounds of Hong Kong’s great and unexpected outdoors.

Take an immersive virtual-reality green adventure – The first in the series of 360 Hong Kong Moments is a 360-degree virtual-reality film, created especially for this year’s Great Outdoors Hong Kong campaign. The VR adventure takes you on an immersive journey across Hong Kong’s surprisingly easy-to-access green territory. Savour the taste of traditional local dishes that connect you with the city’s cultural heritage, gaze at the mesmerising skyline from atop stunning mountains and listen to the soothing sounds of a waterfall. From city to mountains, and coastlines to parks, the stunning footage fully immerses viewers in the rhythms and sensations of Hong Kong’s green lungs.

Discover Hong Kong’s sustainability and conservation feats – Prepare for adventure with Hong Kong-based Nat Geo explorers Astrid Alex Andersson and Jonathan Cybulski as they swap the city laneways and market stalls for meandering bush tracks to discover Hong Kong’s natural playgrounds. More: Astrid Alex Andersson and Jonathan Cybulski

And one for the taste-buds – Dive into the world-renowned flavours of Hong Kong in a series of immersive cooking experiences. Join Michelin-starred chefs Shane Osborn (Arcane and Cornerstone) and Mak Kwai-pui (Tim Ho Wan) as they guide you through the best of the city’s East-meets-West culinary history. With step-by-step guides to creating your own taste of Hong Kong to take home, follow along as the chefs shine a spotlight on how to create stunning Hong Kong-inspired dishes with the humblest of all ingredients: The egg. For that perfect 5 o’clock feeling, reward yourself by shaking up a simple but special tea cocktail with celebrated mixologist Victoria Chow (The Woods).