Spend a Sunday afternoon like the locals with newspapers and binoculars. Horse Racing was passed on from the Brits more than a century ago and the locals have embraced this sport ever since.
Horse racing became a fixture in Hong Kong in 1841 but enjoyment of this sport was originally confined to the city’s elite. Today, a trip to one of the city’s world-class tracks — Sha Tin in the New Territories — will confirm that it has very much gone mainstream since.
You will jump right into the biggest and most exciting horse race track of HK. I will take you around the stadium and show you the covered Parade Ring - a vital part for betters to see and decide who they think will win the race. Eyes on the price! We will book some seats on the special 2M-Roof Deck where we can watch the races as a VIP.
In total there will be an average of 10 races on 1 race day. Feel free to try your luck!