26 March, 2024
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Your Neighbourhood Guide To Kennedy Town

26 March, 2024
Kennedy Town Guide, Instagram Spot: Sai Wan Swimming Shed

Want the low-down on K-Town? We’ve rounded up our favourite spots in Kennedy Town, from Instagram hidden gems to board game cafes, Michelin-recommended restaurants and more.

Sitting on the western side of the Island, Kennedy Town has fast become a foodie haven since its MTR station arrived 10 years ago. With pubs and eateries galore, and a charming mix of old and new, it’s no surprise that K-Town is such a sought-after place to live. Our team has been working from Kennedy Town for a few months now and have discovered a number of hidden gems we think are worth sharing! From where to eat and shop, to where to work out and take your dog, find out what’s happening in this hub of food and activity in our ultimate guide to Kennedy Town below.

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Kennedy Town Restaurants, Takeaways & Bakeries

Kennedy Town Guide, Kennedy Town Bakery: Soft Thunder

Soft Thunder

A brick-and-mortar bakery, which opened its first branch in Sai Ying Pun in 2021. Drop by to pick up some classic viennoiserie, egg tarts that would rival Bakehouse’s, and try the shop’s signature unicorn puffs.

Soft Thunder, Shop A, G/F, 29-31 North Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, www.instagram.com/soft.thunder.bakery

Raed More: The Best Bakeries In Hong Kong

Yuan Is Here

We love this place for its night market décor and authentic Taiwanese street food. Having some ingredients imported directly from the chef’s hometown, the signature minced braised pork rice, double egg oyster omelette and taro ball sweet soup are definitely worth a try.

Yuan Is Here, 31 North Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 3579 2460

Read More: The Best Michelin-Recommended Cheap Eats In Hong Kong: New Bib Gourmand Restaurants & More

Timur Takeaway Corner

If you find yourself in K-Town craving affordable Indian or Nepalese food, you can’t miss Timur’s. What they lack in space (seating is very limited) they make up for in quality and quantity. Everything here is made fresh to order (even the somasas!) but our pick are the curries that include a rice or naan with every order and the chicken momos.

Timur Takeaway Corner, Shop B1, G/F, 25-33 Hau Wo Street, Kennedy Town, 6970 0709


Another local hangout, it’s not uncommon to come in and see uncles reading the paper holding a table throughout the day. While the congee is the true star with tons of optional mix-ins, you can’t miss the cheung fun which is made fresh.

卓記粥粉麵小廚, G/F, 54 Belcher’s Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 5305 0836

Kennedy Town Guide, Kennedy Town Restaurant: Sheung Hei Claypot Rice

Sheung Hei Claypot Rice

You know a restaurant is worth trying when there’s a long line that snakes around the street. Previously awarded one Michelin star, Sheung Hei Claypot Rice serves up a classic spin on its namesake. Don’t fret about not knowing what to order, you can easily request an English menu and ask the staff for their top recommendation.

Sheung Hei Claypot Rice, 25 North Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2819 6190, www.facebook.com/sheungheihk

Read More: Where To Find The Best Claypot Rice In Hong Kong

St. Lolan Bakery

This neighborhood gem has been around for years and with just cause. The bakery is often packed full of locals with a line that wraps through the shop. Everything is made fresh daily and they are constantly restocking products, but our picks are the pineapple bun, egg tarts and chicken tarts.

St. Lolan Bakery, G/F, 118 Belcher’s Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong (closed Sundays), 2816 5238

Thai Ros Zab

There are a fair few options for Thai food in Kennedy Town, but Thai Ros Zab has unbeatable prices that don’t compromise on flavour. Think stir-fried eggplant, prawns, Thai basil and grilled pork neck, all washed down with an ice-cold Chang beer.

Thai Ros Zab, 2 Holland Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2811 1858

Read More: The Best Thai Restaurants In Hong Kong

Kennedy Town Guide, Kennedy Town Restaurants: Bengal Brothers

Bengal Brothers

Head here to pick up some authentic Calcutta-style Kati Rolls. These quintessential Bengali wraps come packed with chargrilled meat or vegetables, drizzled with tangy chutneys and spices and rolled into house-made paratha flatbreads. Grab-and-go dining doesn’t get any better (or more delicious!) than this.

Bengal Brothers, various locations across Hong Kong, www.bengal-brothers.com


Beers and burgers are the name of the game at Beeger on Smithfield. This bar cum burger joint serves up hand-ground beef patties, a selection of craft beers from around the globe and chilled pool-bar vibes.

Beeger, Shop J, G/F, May Sun Building, 1-15 Smithfield, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, www.facebook.com/beeger2

Waffling Beans

Savoury liege waffles are the speciality at this little modern café bistro, which serves a mix of Belgium and western cuisines. Go for fried chicken, juicy meatballs, short ribs or beer-battered fish, all served up with a traditional Belgian waffle.

Waffling Beans, Shop 9C, G/F, New Fortune House, 4-8 North Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2855 8890www.facebook.com/wafflingbeans

Kennedy Town Guide, Kennedy Town Cafe: Classy le Carre

Classy le Carré

This aesthetic new spot has been drawing in a steady stream of customers since it opened late last year. Signature items on the menu include the Wagyu beef cheeks bourguignon, Belgian waffles topped with mentaiko and specialty chocolate beverages.

Classy le Carré, G/F, Tung Fat Building, 1B-1C New Praya, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, www.instagram.com/classybistrohk


Get here earlier to avoid disappointment! This roast duck stall is K-Town’s worst kept secret as locals will line up and often sell the shop out before noon. The most popular options are the full or half duck but if you’re dining solo, they can make a portion of roast duck with rice to go.

新天發, 7-11 Belcher’s Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 6333 3533

Sun Hing Restaurant

Though Kennedy Town is full of restaurants serving up just about any food you may fancy, Sun Hing is where to go for local delights. It can be difficult to get a seat, but the dim sum here is worth it – we can’t get enough of the steamed custard buns!

Sassy Tip: This place is famously only open from 3:30am to 4pm daily, so it’s our top choice for a late-night (read: early morning!) bite after one too many beers.

Sun Hing Restaurant, Shop C, G/F, 8 Smithfield Road, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2816 0616

Read More: The Best Dim Sum In Hong Kong

Kennedy Town Guide, Kennedy Town Restaurant: 11 Westside

11 Westside

Famed LA resto owner and Executive Chef of Salazar, Esdras Ochoa brings mouth-watering Mexican food to 11 Davis Street. Applauded for its Taco Tuesday that promises 50% off all hand-crafted tacos, there’s plenty of reason to keep coming back. Haven’t been yet? Check out Chef Ochoa’s serious culinary skills on Netflix’s The Final Table for a sneak peek as to what you can expect from this unique taqueria.

11 Westside, 1/F, The Hudson, 11 Davis Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, WhatsApp: 9300 8068, www.11westside.com

Read More: 12 Best Mexican Restaurants In Hong Kong


One of the oldest restaurants on the block, Bresola has been serving Kennedy Town customers for 10 years – and counting! Generous plates of fine Italian fare are dished up daily and the menu stretches far beyond your typical stone-backed pizzas and pasta.

BRESOLA, G/F, Yue On Building, 78-86 Catchick Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2485 2345www.bresola.net

Read More: Your Guide To Italian Restaurants In Hong Kong

Falafel Hut

This hole-in-the-wall kebab resto comes highly rated and serves up a vast selection of Middle Eastern delights. From lamb doners and chicken shawarma to the all-important falafel, it’s all super fresh and delicious.

Falafel Hut, G/F, 76 Catchick Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, www.facebook.com/pages/Falafel-Hut

Read More: The Best Kebabs In Hong Kong

Kennedy Town Guide, Kennedy Town Restaurants: Bun Cha

Bun Cha Vietnamese

Sizeable bowls of steaming pho await at this authentic Vietnamese café. Serving up all the soup noodle classics, bahn mi, bun rice vermicelli dishes and more, the selection is vast and the service is quick. Bun Cha may also have perfected one of the richest and most fragrant broths we’ve tasted.

Bun Cha Vietnamese, Shop A & B, Full Harvest Building, 6-18 Hau Wo Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2788 2155, www.facebook.com/bunchacafe

Read More: Where To Find The Best Pho In Hong Kong

Chill and Grill

This expansive restaurant is the ideal (and very Instagrammable) spot to kick back and sample a variety of grilled goodies, pasta, salads, steaks and burgers. This pick is attached is its own butcher and deli, selling everything from jars of tomato sauce to gnocchi and marinated meat.

Chill and Grill, 57 Cadogan Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, www.facebook.com/Chill-and-Grill

The Clay Oven Indian Restaurant

As authentic as it gets, The Clay Oven serves up some of the best North Indian food in the Western District. A list of curry choices as long as your arm, tandoori grills and fluffy naan bread, crack open a cold Kingfisher and tuck into a flavourful feast. Perfect for Friday night catch-ups and slow Sunday dinners.

Sassy Tip: If you’re hungry, opt for the paratha over naan or roti – it’ll go a long way in mopping up all of that leftover sauce.

The Clay Oven Indian Restaurant, G/F, 27-31 Catchick Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, www.theclayoven.com.hk

Read More: Best Indian Restaurants In Hong Kong

Kennedy Town Guide, Kennedy Town Restaurants: Fish & Chick

Fish & Chick

Located right on the waterfront, Fish & Chick is the perfect place to go to if you want to kick that Fish & Chips craving to the curb whilst admiring an unobstructed sea view. For those who aren’t exactly seafood lovers, don’t fret – it’s named Fish & Chick for a reason! The restaurant also serves a gorgeously crispy French-style rotisserie chicken, with its own special marinade.

Fish and Chick, Shop 6, 25 New Praya, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, www.facebook.com/fishandchick

Read More: The Best Fish And Chips In Hong Kong

Dough Bros Pizza & Doughnuts

Armed with a top-secret sourdough starter, Dough Bros is making its bases from scratch for hungry patrons across Kennedy Town. This takeaway-only spot (although you’re welcome to snack at one of the bar tables out front) serves up hand-rolled pizzas made to order, as well as its infamous Nutella, custard and strawberry jam doughnuts.

Sassy tip: If you’re making an order with your pooch in tow, ask the staff for one of its dog-friendly doughnuts while you wait.

Dough Bros, Shop 12A, G/F, 4-8 North Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2345 3589, www.doughbroshk.com

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Kennedy Town Guide, Kennedy Town Restaurant: Mendel's Delicatessen

Mendel’s Delicatessen

From the team behind Shady Acres, Mendel’s Delicatessen takes the form of an old school Jewish deli, inspired by those found in New York. Consider your bagel and Reuben fix sorted.

Mendel’s Delicatessen, 66 Catchick Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, mendelsdeli.com

Pizzeria Italia

Homemade dough, classic toppings and fresh tomato sauce, Pizzeria Italia is passionate about pizza, only using the best, imported ingredients from Italy and secret recipes passed down from generations.

Pizzeria Italia, G/F & 1/F, Kam Ho Court, 144-148 Belcher’s Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2525 2133www.pizzeriaitalia.hk

Ho Ho Restaurant

Ho Ho’s cheap prices and humble local cuisine make this place a firm favourite amongst university students in Kennedy Town. Beef brisket noodles, curried fish balls and fried rice are the order of the day here.

Ho Ho Restaurant, Shop E & F, G/F, Luen Wai Apartment, 136-142 Belcher’s Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2818 3658

Kennedy Town Guide, Kennedy Town Restaurant: Twelve Flavours Hot Pot

Twelve Flavours (十二味)

A firm favourite amongst Kennedy Town locals, the hot pot at Twelve Flavours gives you exactly what it says on the tin – a multitude of flavourful, spicy and delightfully tongue-numbing dishes. Queues quickly form along Sands Street, so be sure to get there early or expect to wait before being seated.

Twelve Flavours, Shop 2-4, G/F, Pearl Court, 13 Belcher’s Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 6790 1070, twelveflavors.com.hk

Read More: The Best Hot Pot Restaurants In Hong Kong


Smash’d occupies FUGAZI’s previous location on 22 Catchick Street, bringing a tempting selection of house-made burgers, fries, wings and salads. The climate-conscious burger joint runs the gamut of stacked buns, including plant-based and seafood varieties.

Smash’d, G/F, Cheong Fai Building, 21 Catchick Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2817 7377, www.smashd.hk

Smithfield Market And Cooked Food Centre

If you’re on the hunt for fresh produce at low prices, wet markets always come out on top. Smithfield is no exception! The cooked food centre boasts some Cha Chaan Teng faves and a great chicken hot pot – although fair warning, English menus are hard to come by here!

Smithfield Market And Cooked Food Centre, 2/F, Smithfield Municipal Services Building, 12K Smithfield, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong 

Kennedy Town Cafes & Bars

Kennedy Town Guide, Kennedy Town Cafe: Little Cove Espresso

Little Cove Espresso

When this Sai Kung favourite opened a branch in Kennedy Town, Hong Kong Islanders were over the moon. There are plenty of seats inside the spacious cafe, so if you’re lucky, you might not need to wait for a table. Head here for exceptional house blends made with beans from Brazil, Ethiopia and Papua New Guinea, as well as Insta-worthy breakfast and brunch staples.

Little Cove Espresso, Shop 3, G/F, New Fortune House, 3-5 New Praya, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 6737 6242, www.facebook.com/Little-Cove-Espresso-Kennedy-Town


A neighbourhood dive bar with a twist, Blotto serves up ice cold drinks and good times, with a selection of board games to play at your table and a HK-style French toast menu for if you get peckish.

Blotto, 66-68 Catchick Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, blottobar.com

Winstons Coffee

The coffee scene in K-Town is getting competitive and Winstons Coffee, as always, has pulled out all the stops to ensure that it’s here to stay. Aussie-style coffees, cakes and toasties are the perfect morning pick-me-up, and its espresso martinis hit the spot come evening. Keep your eye out for mid-week events and discounts!

Winstons Coffee, Shop 8, The Hudson, 11 Davis Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2697 1878, www.winstonscoffee.com

42nd Davis

The perfect pit-stop for a pint on a Saturday afternoon (or Friday night pre-gaming), 42nd Davis combines Italian and American comfort foods, along with classic cocktails and (saucily named) signature shooters.

42nd Davis, G/F, 3-4 Davis Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2569 0010,  www.facebook.com/42nddavis

Kennedy Town Guide, Kennedy Town Cafe: Popmaze Cafe


This funky fresh cafe takes inspiration from Hong Kong’s street culture. Enjoy classic diner fare, all-day breakfast fry-ups and indulgent milkshakes, with hip-hop tunes playing in the background.

Popmaze.cafe, G/F, Kennedy Mansion, 10B Davis Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 6011 4771, www.instagram.com/popmaze.cafe

First Boy Coffee

Attached to a motorcycle shop, this unassuming cafe serves Melbourne-style coffee and coveted caffeinated favourites. Drop in for a fantastic cup of joe, fresh pastries and light breakfast bites. With two house blends on the menu, you can even bag your own roasted beans to take home.

First Boy Coffee, G/F, 33 Praya, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 3705 9651, www.facebook.com/Firstboycoffee

Kennedy Town Guide, Kennedy Town Cafe: The Cofftea Shop

The Cofftea Shop

This no-fuss cafe serves up premium Italian coffee and sandwiches, along with picture-perfect homemade cakes. The queues, which normally form outside, are a testament to just how good the coffee here is!

The Cofftea Shop, Yue On Building, 78-86 Catchick Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 9104 2404, www.facebook.com/thecoffteashop

Nodi Coffee Works

Spend the morning people watching from this street-side Nodi branch, with a hot cup of java and a hearty breakfast bite to get your day started.

NODI Coffee Works, Shop 7, G/F, The Hudson, 11 Davis Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2802 7218, www.nodicoffee.com

% Arabica

A testament to its popularity, queues for % Arabica tend to flow out onto the street at the weekends due to its great coffee and ideal harbour-front location.

% Arabica, Shop 4, Grand Fortune Mansion, 1 Davis Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2326 4578, arabicacoffee.hk

Blend & Grind

All-day dining spot Blend & Grind has three locations in Hong Kong, including one in K-Town, where it offers coffee, brunch and evening cocktails. Furry friends are welcome!

Blend & Grind, Shop 2, G/F, 20 Catchick Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 6905 4038, www.blendandgrind.com

Where To Shop In Hong Kong

Kennedy Town Guide, Kennedy Town Shops: Slowood


Great for stocking up your pantry and last-minute gifts, Slowood stocks a huge array of plastic-free goodies, bulk-buy food items and organic pantry staples.

Slowood, 11 Davis Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, www.slowood.hk

Read More: Your Guide To Zero Waste & Bulk Food Stores In Hong Kong

Shing Fat Coconut & Spices

A treasure trove of spices and jarred sauces, you’re bound to find everything you need to cook up a storm at Shing Fat Coconut & Spices. If you can’t find what you’re looking for in the supermarket, odds are this local, speciality store will stock your favourite basmati rice and Asian condiments.

Shing Fat Coconut & Spices, G/F, 48-49 Praya, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2572 7725, www.facebook.com/shingfatcoconut

Delice (EC Gourmet)

If you’re looking for fresh meat, the deli counter at Delice sells a variety of frozen and fresh poultry, seafood and red meats ready to throw straight on the barbecue on a sunny day.

EC Gourmet, 64 Catchick Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong

Read More: Top Butcher Shops In Hong Kong


A great place to bulk-buy frozen meat and poultry at competitive prices, this all-in-one deli-style shop stocks everything you’d need for weekly purchases or roof-top parties with friends.

DeliFans, 9 Davis Sreet, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, www.delifans.com.hk

Read More: Top Online Grocery Stores & Supermarkets In Hong Kong

Spice Box Organics

Spices, herbs and superfoods galore, stock up on all your health essentials in one go. The Kennedy Town branch also serves up healthy, wholesome food in its cafe, including gluten-free, organic and vegan options. Sit in and enjoy one of its breakfast, brunch or lunch boxes, or take a cup of vegan bone broth to go.

Spice Box Organics, Shop A, G/F, 39-45 Hau Wo Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2191 0886www.spiceboxorganics.com

Read More: Top Health Food Stores In Hong Kong

What To Do In Kennedy Town

Kennedy Town Guide, Instagram Spot: Sai Wan Swimming Shed

Sai Wan Swimming Shed

As one of the most Instagrammed places in Hong Kong, this photogenic spot offers up beautiful vistas which will have you feeling worlds away from the busy streets. Roughly 15 minutes’ walk from Kennedy Town MTR, head to this spot come sunset for gorgeous photos.

Sai Wan Swimming Shed, Victoria Road, Kennedy Town (off Mount Davis), Hong Kong

Read More: 15 Underrated Instagram-Worthy Places In Hong Kong

Lo Pan Temple

Hidden away up on Ching Lin Terrace lies Lo Pan Temple, the only temple in Hong Kong that is dedicated to the patron saint of Chinese builders and carpenters. Thought to have been built in 1884, it’s filled with intricate sculptures and rich murals.

Lo Pan Temple, 15 Ching Lin Terrace, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2802 2880

CrossFit Cavaliers

With all the foodie options available in Kennedy Town, having CrossFit Cavaliers on the block comes in handy! Dedicated to CrossFit training, metabolic conditioning and personal training, there are classes running all week.

CrossFit Cavaliers, 533-537 Queen’s Road West, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 6413 9938, www.crossfitcavaliers.com

Read More: The Best CrossFit Gyms In Hong Kong

Kennedy Town Guide, Kennedy Town Board Game Cafe: Wheat & Wood

Wheat and Wood

This board game cafe is well hidden amongst high-rise apartments, but it’s worth the hunt. Drinks and light bites are on offer, but main appeal is the abundance of board games that are available to play. A two-hour session on Friday to Saturday costs $100 (with an additional hour costing $60), which also includes credit towards your food and drink. Monday to Thursday you can have unlimited play sessions for $100 (price includes one non-alcoholic drink)!

Wheat and Wood, Shop 6, G/F, Brilliant Court, 28 Praya, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2399 0433www.wheatandwood.com

Nail 88

Hong Kong’s worst-kept secret, Nail 88, has a branch here in Kennedy Town that offers the same incredible pricing for a no-frills mani-pedi. Larger than its Sheung Wan counterpart, as always you can expect to simply walk in and be spruced up in no time.

Nail 88, 6 Hau Wo Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2628 7117, www.facebook.com/Nail-88-Kennedy-Town

Read More: Your Guide To Nail Salons In Hong Kong

GO24 Fitness 

Open 24-hours and with no contracts to sign, GO24 is a neat space that has all of the equipment for a good work out, literally at any time of the day. 

GO24 Fitness, Shop F, G/F, Wah Po Building, 1 New Praya, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, WhatsApp: 6778 3381www.go24fitness.com

Read More: Your Guide To Personal Training In Hong Kong

Kennedy Town Guide, Co-Working Space: The Hive

The Hive Kennedy Town

The Hive is home to a creative community for freelancers, entrepreneurs and start-ups alike. With locations spread throughout Hong Kong, boasting a dynamic and fast-growing work space, it’s a convenient and supportive environment for getting down to the daily grind.

The Hive, 6/F, Cheung Hing Industrial Building, 12P Smithfield, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2448 9830, www.thehivekennedytown.com.hk

Read More: Top Co-Working Spaces In Hong Kong

Kennedy Town Swimming Pool

Conveniently located, the indoor swimming facility here has an indoor heating systems and jacuzzi, so you don’t have to worry about cooler temps. What’s more, the outdoor swimming pool comes with a great view of Victoria Harbour!

Kennedy Town Swimming Pool, 2 Sai Cheung Street North, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong

Read More: The Best Swimming Pools In Hong Kong

9Lives Veterinary Emergency Centre (VEC)

Known for its cat-friendly clinic in Central, 9Lives has recently opened in Kennedy Town and is open to both cats and dogs. Conveniently located on the Island, the emergency-equipped hospital is open 24-hours a day and is ready to help your furry friends whenever they are in need.

9Lives Veterinary Emergency Centre, Shop 4-6, G/F, Shun Fai Building, 19 Hau Wo Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2334 2334, 6828 6620 (24-hour emergency hotline), www.vec.com.hk

Editor’s Note: “Your Neighbourhood Guide To Kennedy Town” was most recently updated by Nicole Moraleda in March 2024. With thanks to Haley Herbst, Annie Simpson and Lexi Davey for their contribution.

Main image courtesy of Matthew Ng via Getty image 1, 2, 3 courtesy of Nicole Moraleda for Sassy Media Group, image 4 courtesy of Joy Lee for Sassy Media Group, image 5 courtesy of 11 Westside via Instagram, image 6 courtesy of Bun Cha Vietnamese via Instagram, image 7 courtesy of Joy Lee via Instagram, image 8 courtesy of Mendel’s Delicatessen via Instagram, image 9 courtesy of Twelve Flavours via Instagram, image 10 courtesy of Nicole Moraleda for Sassy Media Group, image 11, 12 and 13 courtesy of Fashila Kanakka for Sassy Media Group, image 14 courtesy of Wanwimon Krasankul via Getty, image 15 courtesy of Wheat and Wood via Instagram, image 16 courtesy of The Hive via Instagram.

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