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Arts and Culture

Hong Kong boasts one of the biggest and most exciting art scenes in the world.

You can dive into the art scene at a multitude of world-class cultural landmarks, museums and galleries, creative hubs and artsy multi-purpose venues across town, while making use of these venues for an inspirational event or gathering where you and your team and event guests can explore and immerse in culture and arts while cementing lasting relationships.

First-class Arts & Cultural Landmarks & Venues

  • Hong Kong's art and culture icons
  • Contemporary heritage sites

M+ Museum

As Asia’s first global museum of modern and contemporary visual culture, M+ is an venue space blessed with awe-inspiring 270-degree views of Victoria Harbour and could indulge your large group with a private and exclusive experience.

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Hong Kong Palace Museum

Follow an audio guided tour at Hong Kong Palace Museum to discover the richness of Chinese art and culture, and experience the mesmerising mix of East and West culture.

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Xiqu Centre

Xiqu Centre features multiple purpose-built performance and event facilities across seven stories. All these spaces are suitable for seminars and corporate events.

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K11 Musea

Perched on the waterfront of Victoria Harbour, it converges world-class art collections, global retailers and a plethora of eateries for groups to explore.

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Hong Kong Museum of Art (HKMoA)

Overlooking Victoria Harbour, the HKMoA has a new sleek appearance after renovation. Explore the galleries and interactive zones featuring different artworks your own, or join guided tours for a more informed experience.

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Kai Tak Sports Park (to be opened in 2025)

The Sports Park is Hong Kong’s largest and newest sports venue with various world-class stadiums. Together with its large open spaces and retail and dining outlets, making it an ideal venue for large-scale events.

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Central Market

With over 80 years of history, Central Market is Hong Kong’s longest-standing wet market. After repurposed into a revitalised hotspot, it now combines dining, retail stores, public spaces and dedicated event spaces all under one roof.

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Tai Kwun

Tai Kwun, with over 170 years of history and three declared monuments, has been transformed from a historical compound into a venue full of remarkable spaces for various kinds of events.

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PMQ is a creative hub that houses numerous independent studios and stores celebrating local crafts. In addition to the team building workshops offered by creative studios, a multifunctional indoor event space is also available for hosting gatherings and celebrations.

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The Mills

Once a production base of Hong Kong’s flourishing textile industry in the 1960s, The Mills is now repurposed into an excellent spot for local creative start-ups and independent small businesses to thrive.

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There are several multi-purpose art venues across Hong Kong that appeal to all types of museum-goers.
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Dive into Hong Kong’s Diverse Art Scene

From extensive galleries that span several floors, to stunning murals hidden in unassuming alleys, Hong Kong has diverse art around every corner waiting to be discovered. Take your team to explore around town to appreciate, admire and immerse in the local art experiences.

Discover the world of modern art

Follow an expert guide to journey through the world of contemporary art and make the most of your art gallery visits while learning the influences behind each piece.

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Hop on HK Tramways for An arty journey

Take a scenic route around Hong Kong Island on a vintage 1920s-style tram, and experience the city’s bustling energy while discovering various arts and heritage sites.

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Cruise on a boat around Hong Kong’s traditional fishing hub

Embark on a sampan boat for an audio-guided excursion and learn more about the neighbourhood's fishing heritage and the Tanka people who resided in the area. You’ll also get the chance to enter a traditional houseboat!

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Explore Instagrammable street arts in the city

Art galleries and museums aside, the city is also full of eye-catching and Instagram-worthy street art and murals. Your guide will teach you about the world of graffiti and provide insight into each artist’s background.

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From urban parts of town to the wild countryside, there is an abundance of public art spaces that often go unnoticed every day, explore, and discover the splashes of colour that paint the city with your group members.

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Unleash your team's creativity

Hong Kong offers myriad opportunities for fun group sessions with a mix of East and West influences, from art jamming to traditional Chinese painting, leather-making and more.

Leverage the power of art and craft to inspire creativity at work. Positive, productive and creative team-building activities help your team de-stress, foster teamwork and unlock inventiveness and imagination. Developing team’s skills and characters, and creating stronger team partnerships have never been more fun.

  • Create your own Hong Kong masterpiece
  • Explore traditional handicraft

Discover your inner Picasso

Have fun mastering your bold brushwork like Picasso while enjoying the company of your teammates. Bring your coworkers together for an art jamming activity for an enjoyable and therapeutic team exercise.

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Master the art of leather-making

Leather gets better with age. Why not schedule a leather workshop to enjoy a creative activity with your team and also make lasting memories and keepsakes?

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Craft a special aroma gem soap

It’s fun creating unique handmade items together with your teammates. Unleash your artistic potential by handcrafting beautiful soaps with gems that could bring luck, harmony, and wealth.

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Unlock the secrets of pearls at sea

Have a group experience of pearl farming, once a thriving industry in Hong Kong! You can shuck your own pearl oysters and make an assortment of charms while at sea.

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Immerse in the art of traditional Chinese painting

Choose either a teacup or a fan as your canvas, and learn from expert instructors how to master the delicate art of traditional Chinese painting using colour pigments.

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Learn the art of Chinese calligraphy

Go for a calming Chinese calligraphy session that offers a deeper appreciation of traditional Chinese culture. The workshop will take you through the basic brushstroke techniques of Chinese script calligraphy.

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Immerse in art at Hong Kong’s major art events

Recognised as the events capital of Asia, Hong Kong hosts some of the globe's most significant events, like Art Basel and other world-class art festivals and exhibitions.

Plan your next meetings and incentive trips to coincide with the city's year-round local and international events and festivals and immerse in art experiences showcasing creative displays from prominent galleries and talented artists worldwide.

Check our year-round events calendar now, and bookmark it to keep track of all the exciting happenings around town!

  • International Events
  • Into the Local Events


Thousands of collectors, artists, and art enthusiasts gather annually in Hong Kong during the city’s Arts Month in March to view the diverse visual showcase at Art Basel, the largest and one of the most important art events in the world, that converges hundreds of international leading galleries.

Running alongside Art Basel is the contemporary art fair, Art Central, a cornerstone event of Hong Kong Art Week that showcases the next generation of talents from Asia and various parts of the world across all forms of art.

Another major international event is the half-century-old Hong Kong Arts Festival, which hosts top international artists and ensembles in all genres of performing arts from February to March.

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Moving to April, immerse yourself in the longest running film festival in Asia, Hong Kong International Film Festival, where it brings you an impressive line-up of more than 200 new and noteworthy international films.

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May to June

From May to June, you and your group can catch the Affordable Art Fair to see art in a fun and friendly environment, and build your collection of the latest affordable artworks.

Meanwhile, extending from May to June, you can enjoy a two-month-long celebration of all things French at Le French May, one of the largest French arts festivals in Asia promoting French art and culture.

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Sai Kung Hoi Arts Festival

Shining a spotlight on Hong Kong's homegrown talents are two significant festivals. You and your team can head to Sai Kung to check out various local artworks in the new three-year art programme Sai Kung Hoi Arts Festival from 2022 to 2024, covering areas such as Yim Tin Tsai, Sharp Island, showcasing islands’ unique culture and arts installations for you and your groups to experience the healing power of arts and nature.

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The Fotan Open Studios 2023

At Fo Tan, catch a series of exhibitions and hands-on workshops hosted by local painters and artists at the annual Open Studios.

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Other must-see art events

Other must-see events are deTour, a yearly design festival that celebrates the works and ideas of local and overseas talents in PMQ; and #SouthsideSaturday, an immersive guided art tour around Wong Chuk Hang galleries held monthly.

You and your team can also check out exciting performance art shows in the city. From contemporary dance shows or traditional Chinese music concerts – various groups and companies regularly schedule seasonal programmes for visitors to enjoy.

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