“The Get Down” Junk Boat Party

“The Get Down” Junk Party
by All That Junk

Get Down Junk Boat Party Hong Kong

July 16th, 2017
10 am – 6pm, Central Ferry Pier #10

**********Two Junk Boats***********

+Live music entertainment on board each boat

+Free flow drinks – beer, vodka, gin with assorted mixers and soft drinks

+Homestyle lunch from La Rotisserie

+Fun floaties like flamingos and lemon slices

$620 early bird tickets

After July 10th , all tickets are $700

(If you have a favourite drink not listed above, please feel free to bring your own)

Note: If typhoon signal of 3 or higher is hoisted or an official Black Rainstorm Warning has issued before the junk trip, the event will be canceled. If typhoon signal 3 or higher is hoisted or a Black Rainstorm Warning is issued during the junk trip, for safety issues our junk will return to drop off point immediately regardless of time. No refunds will be given

A Three-Day Guide to Drinking in HK

A Three-Day Guide to Drinking in HK

By Chip Whitley

As All That Junk begins planning our soon to be announced 1st Year Anniversary Party, we want you thinking about drinking and how Hong Kong is one of the best cities in the world for it. So we follow our writer Chip Whitley’s guide for a proper 3-day bender.

Hong Kong is one of the world’s great drinking towns. Like Chicago, or Dublin, or Mexico City, or Tokyo – our city has a boozy stride that ambles through the night and on into the weekend.

Day One

Fridays start as close as feasibly to the office. After-work beer, wine, and a bite of something (hopefully cheese) take the edge off the week. Progress will be made to something more substantial, eventually.

At the cooked food market in North Point, beers are sloshed through blue porcelain bowls and Asian cuisine is taken to its logical extremes. Perhaps you made it South of Hollywood Road, or to Knutsford Terrace, or Sheung Wan for dinner, where the transition to a before-midnight bar is smoother. Either way, a substantial subsistence is necessary to carry you forth into the hours of the night.

After eats, there’s a place for cocktails – something classy and bubbly – especially if it’s going well, and the craic is good.

Right when Friday night becomes technically Saturday morning, Wanchai looms. Teenagers who can’t afford bars nod in the street, sailors drink arm and arm, and the older gentlemen slip off and lose the moniker of gentleman.

Day Two

Inevitably there is Lan Kwai Fong. I prefer to avoid it until I’m good and ready, but once you’re in the maelstrom it’s all perfectly acceptable. Mob rule takes hold and high heels get stuck in cobblestones. Try to catch them if they stumble, we’re all in it together.

Maybe you eat before your head hits the pillow. There’s that 4:00 a.m. dim sum joint in Kennedy Town that’s remarkably good. Once, a Mexican girl asked me to fuck in the back of the line at the Sai Ying Pun McDonalds, but that’s a more specific story.

The sun comes up and you just get an inkling to go on home. I don’t know, sometimes I just don’t know. You’ll get there eventually.

Day Three

Somehow, in spite of it all, you make roll call for the Sunday morning junk.

The diesel fumes pooling at Pier 10 may make one nauseous at first, but a sea breeze will cure that real quick. Grapefruit juice is good that way.

What can one say about junks?

Usually it’s a combination of Hong Kong squads and F.O.B.’s. They’re an inclusive adventure fueled by an encouraged day-drunkenness.

[Pro-tip: get out front while you’re steaming out from pier. There’s no better view on earth than Hong Kong’s skyline from Victoria Harbor (and I’ve been everywhere, man)].

Wind in your hair and yesterday forgotten, the day starts by mingling with old friends. With that first drink in hand, one tends to re-ascend to the lofty heights of the previous evening, bypassing the wallow of a normal hung over morning.

The geography of junks is designed to combine small groups, and under the sheltered muster station you can toast the night before.

Generally there will be three crews gathering; the bow upfront in the wind crew; the sunny open top deck crew; and round the u-bench in the covered stern crew.

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Lets x All That Junk New Year’s Eve

Lets x All That Junk New Year’s Eve


Lets & All That Junk are teaming up once again for this awesome and luxurious New Year Boat Party. At 12 am, the boat will arrive at the TST Harbour where we all will do the countdown and watch the fireworks together. We hope you’re ready because the champagne is chilling.

From THE BEST SEATS IN THE HOUSE! Enjoy select beverages, Enjoy dining on delicious food, Enjoy listening to awesome music along with playing games and most importantly – Watching the Fireworks! No LKF crowds. No long club lines. Just Hong Kong’s gorgeous night skyline and you and the other beautiful people on board! This is your great start to a new year. Lets Celebrate Together!

Date: 31st December, 2016 (Saturday)
Time: 7:30 pm – 1 am
Location: Central Ferry Pier

* Dress Code: Dress to Impress *

-Fully prepared Dinner (Vegetarian & Non Vegetarian)
-Free Flow of Soft Drinks & Beers
-Shots, Shots, Shots
& you know what we will get MORE 😉

Early Bird Ticket: Now till 17/12/16 – HKD $550
Regular Ticket: From 18/12/16 – HKD $650

Payment Options:
1) Online Payment:
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2) Bank Transfer
Bank: Bank of China, Hong Kong
Acc No: 012 884 1 031827 9
Name: Lau Wing Hei , Jaycee

Whatsapp Jaycee the receipt with your name at (852) 67018488 after the transfer has been made.

3) Cash
Whatsapp Khan at (852) 97415900 to meet for cash exchange at your convenient location.

Kindly contact us any time if you have any questions. Hope to see you all there. Thank you 🙂

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