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Ceannis was founded in 1988 by Ann-Louise Andrén, who at that point was a resident in Hong Kong (and now she is back again). The idea was to create a company that produces beautiful and functional bags and accessories of high quality. Based on the passion for beautiful materials, production and design, all combined in a lifestyle concept. During the first years, Ceannis worked under its own brand and exclusively in Asia. As the company developed and expanded, so did the demand. Since 2002 Ceannis is based in Stockholm, and today offer a wide range of products under the name "Ceannis Living Accessories" in a number of countries. Products can be found in Hong Kong as well at
Swedish style handcrafted Pizzas, baked with Swedish cheese and quality ingredients! À la carte and Lunch/Tea sets are available. The pizzeria is run by two guys from Uppsala, Sweden, Jim and Bircan. Both have backgrounds in the food industry, Jim is a formally trained chef and Bircan comes from a family in Sweden with experience of running several Pizzerias. So what is a Swedish pizza? Well it's just to go and try it out!
An oasis of wellness and design, floating in the heart of Swedish Lapland Situated under the northern lights in winter, and the midnight sun during the summer months, Arctic Bath is a unique hotel and spa experience that welcomes guests to immerse themselves in the elements while leaving a minimal environmental footprint behind.Visit the webpage of Arctic Bath
Ystad Saltsjöbad – a hotel, spa and conference centre, in the south of Sweden, that has been in existence for 110 years.It is located right by the Baltic at Ystad in Österlen, the most beautiful part of the coast of Skåne.Their mission and ultimate goal is to make every guests’ spa visit or conference an event far beyond their expectations.Convenient for Malmö and Österlen, the hotel offers a wealth of experiences to make your stay a delight, and brings new dimensions to spas and conferences.Visit their website for more information.
Welcome to one of Stockholm's most hidden but still most conspicous art museums; Sven-Harrys Konstmuseum, located in Vasaparken. This art museum is fairly new, founded in 2011. Sven-Harry’s art museum, a wonderfully golden building designed by Gert Wingårdh and Anna Höglund, unites a variety of activities: in addition to the art gallery and Sven-Harry’s “home”, it also houses a restaurant, apartments and commercial premises. Sven-Harry’s art museum is owned and run by a foundation with the mission to promote activities in the field of art history, architecture and construction. On the roof, as the crowning glory, is a replica of Sven-Harry’s former home, the 18th century manor Ekholmsnäs. It
If you tried something you liked in the IKEA restaurant you can also bring it home by visiting the Swedish Food Market at IKEA. You find everything you need to service classic Swedish meatballs, mashed potatoes, cream sauce and lingonberry jam. If you don't want meat you also find alternatives with chicken meatballs or veggie balls. You have a big selection of Swedish food and drinks, candy and snacks.
Do you want to have a genuine Swedish cardamom bun and a Swedish coffee? Well then you should head to 15 Square Street in Sheung Wan. Open every day between 11AM - 7PM.
Since the establishment at Lan Kwai Fong in 2004, FINDS remains to be one of the authentic Nordic restaurant in the entire Pearl River Delta. Since 2010 FINDS can be found in The Luxe Manor, a stylishly luxury boutique hotel in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. Inspired by the generous Nordic seasons, majority of the award winning cuisine features seasonal ingredients imported directly from Northern Europe, and complemented with original Nordic cooking techniques such as smoking, curing, pickling and fermenting. Visit website
Enjoy the Swedish flavours at one the IKEA Restaurants in Hong Kong. Swedish meatballs, salmon and many other Swedish delicatessen. To visit IKEA and eat is something very common among Swedish people in Sweden as well. It's well worth a try if you want to be a bit Swedish.