Hong Kong has stepped up its coronavirus control measures with new social distancing regulations shutting down karaoke lounges, mah-jong parlours and night clubs as well as beauty and massage parlours – adding to the list of already closed businesses including gyms, cinemas, saunas, party rooms and other amusement venues. With social gatherings out of the picture, how are consumers keeping busy at home? Check out seven products to add to your list of hobbies and spice up your home entertainment experience:
- Baking Pan Set
Why not try your hand at baking? As long as you mix the right ratio of ingredients with the proper heat settings, you can always expect great tasting treats!
- Wood Model Kits
If you like to keep your hands busy, a wood model kit is a fantastic way to spend an afternoon or two. This kit features a 1950s cabriolet and is a great addition to any display shelf.
- Adult Colouring Books
Although stereotypically a children’s activity, colouring is found to have therapeutic properties and can help lower anxiety.
- Hydroponic Gardening
Anyone can develop a green thumb with this indoor herb growing kit. As the plants grow in water, you won’t have to worry about tracking dirt around the house.
- Large-scale Jigsaw Puzzle
Do you enjoy a good challenge? Try out this 3000-piece jigsaw puzzle that you can proudly frame afterwards!
- 3D Drawing Pen
By heating lightweight and flexible plastic, this fancy 3D drawing pen lets you build anything you can imagine – even a life-sized car!
- Animal Crossing: New Horizons on the Nintendo Switch
Nintendo’s latest offering is a life simulator with plenty of charming characters. This casual game is great for relaxing and immersing yourself in a brand new world.