STYLE by South China Morning Post

Award-winning STYLE is Hong Kong's best monthly guide to the world of culture and luxury. Targeting high-spending, high-living elite demographics, in-depth articles cover fashion, art, travel, luxury goods and much more.

This month in Hong Kong: Caviar, champagne and Korean beef

Indulge in caviar and champagne at three restaurants, and the lesser known Hanwoo beef from Korea.

5 dishes to try in Siem Reap

Explore the local Khmer cuisine in the town that serves as the gateway to Angkor Wat

5 Japanese dishes the locals love in Tokyo

A deep-fried beef cutlet, seared tuna cheek, a melon bun – which contains no melon – and a thick pork sandwich are among the capital’s other culinary treats

Quan Alley has the most Instagrammable hotpot in Hong Kong

Taiwanese restaurant Quan Alley, a pioneer in hotpot artistry, has opened a branch in Hong Kong, and is taking the steamboat game to the next level

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Three great vegan places to eat in Hong Kong this summer

Haku serves fusion of Japanese and international food, Grassroots Pantry offers perfect afternoon tea set and Flamingo Bloom creates smoothie bowl delights

Four hydrotherapy treatments to renew body and mind

From sensory deprivation to the world’s best hot tub

Where to eat in Hong Kong this month

New openings, special menus and burgers aplenty

9 artworks to look for at Art Basel Hong Kong 2018

A photo walk-through of art installations and pieces to look out for at Art Basel Hong Kong 2018

Five must-see luxury collaborations at Hong Kong Arts Month 2018

From champagne to Princess Diana’s favourite handbag, luxury gets a whole new meaning thanks to interpretations by renowned international artists

The best private kitchens to visit in Singapore right now

These are the top tables to get an authentic taste of local cooking and culture

Warm up at Hong Kong’s spicy hotpot restaurants

There’s no better way to beat the cold than over a steaming, spicy hotpot

The best places to eat in Hong Kong this month

Pizza parties, whisky flights and new openings to warm you up this winter