Craft Beer Lazy Days Junk On HK's Most Kitted Out Junk

[30/08/12] 

Next Thursday you could be sipping craft beer, eating Malay mango chicken and playing Xbox on a pimped-out junk. The 'Taste of Asia' soiree is the brain child of Lazy Days - a company launched in June intent on giving Hong Kong higher class junk trips - and we've got some spare seats to give away. Craft beer was good enough for generations of Belgian monks so it'd be a shame not to. Praise be to god.

Lazy Days offers an all-round eating and drinking experience you'd struggle to find on any other junk in HK. Prices reflect that - beginning at HK$850 for all inclusive packages - but the 60-foot yacht is kitted out with a Bose sound system, 'lady-friendly' bathrooms (further clarification required) amphibious beanbags and an "infinity" swimming platform. They offer various packages ranging from corporate days to 'Spa on the Sea' which is pretty self explanatory. A good massage, however, could have you snoozing all the way back to Central.

This Thursday's Asian food pairing combines five craft beers with Malay mango chicken, Thai shrimp cakes, Chinese honey garlic drumlets, Vadai with cucumber raita and Vietnamese beef skewers. It leaves Central at 7.30pm and although entry costs HK$500 we've got a couple of free seats to give away, plus 10% off for the next 10 NecesCity readers. To win, simply tell us the best place in HK to buy craft beer by emailing your answers to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The craftier the better.

Beer glorious beer.


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