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West Kowloon, which encompasses the bustling precincts of Jordan, Yau Mai Tei and the newest flagship arts hub West Kowloon Cultural District, is a dynamic neighbourhood that's steeped in history, connecting the past and the present, and traditional and modern experiences. 

From visiting the latest cultural landmark and world-class multi-purpose venues to discovering heritage sites, local artistry, nostalgic Chinese cafes and exceptional Michelin-star restaurants, the West Kowloon neighbourhood is bursting with exciting things to do and explore.

An Arts and Cultural Haven for Dream Events

East-meets-West Hong Kong has emerged as a thriving international arts hub. With the latest addition of the West Kowloon Cultural District, encompassing an area of about 40 hectares complete with world-class facilities and iconic architecture, the city is presenting a unique landscape that features culture, arts, and heritage, and a must-visit attraction for meetings and incentives groups.

Immerse your team in this vibrant world of art and culture with an event at six venues here.


M+ Museum - Global Museum of Visual Culture

M+ is an icon of the West Kowloon Cultural District and a landmark of Hong Kong. Within the 65,000 sqm space are showcases for world-class contemporary visual art exhibits and diverse multi-functional event spaces.

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Hong Kong Palace Museum - A Treasure House for Chinese Art

It is a distinctive treasure house curating Chinese arts, history and culture, enriched with a collection of 900 valuable artefacts on loan from Beijing's Palace Museum.

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Xiqu Centre - Home for Traditional Chinese Opera

The venue combines the past with the present to celebrate Cantonese opera and Chinese theatre in a contemporary setting. It features 1,075-seat Grand Theatre, Tea House Theatre, professional studios and a seminar hall.

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Art Park - An Unparalleled Urban Oasis

The urban oasis is incomparable for recreation and relaxation, as well as large-scale performances, special events and team-building activities such as orienteering.

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Arts Pavilion - Unique Waterfront Creative Space

The Arts Pavilion looks like a floating art platform suspended in a glass, set against the lush green that frames Victoria Harbour. Within its unique architecture is a two-level main exhibition space measuring over 760 sqm.

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Freespace - An Art Space for Contemporary Performances

At the heart of Art Park stands Freespace, a versatile venue comprising three “boxes” for flexible adaptation for multi-genre live performances and events, be it contemporary dance, music or theatre.

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Lyric Theatre Complex - An Engaging Performance Venue

Lyric Theatre Complex, slated for 2025, is Hong Kong’s top-notch facility for dance and theatre, giving top local and international performers a worthy stage.
(opening soon)

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Time Capsule Tours

Extend the walk in West Kowloon to Yau Ma Tei and Jordan, and your team will find plenty more to explore.

Give your team memorable experiences with tours that sample authentic local tastes, travel back in time through time-honoured shops retaining old-world charm, or immerse everyone in the unique street culture of the district.

Treasure hunt around West Kowloon

West Kowloon is an exciting neighbourhood full of cultural adventures and surprises. Stroll at leisure but look for five recommended checkpoints in a team-bonding challenge while uncovering the unique charm of this part of the city.

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Snack Walk

Eating like a local can satiate your hunger to take in a city’s unique culture. West Kowloon district is a haven for tasting local signature snacks. Follow a foodie who knows the way to iconic street food and drinks in the nooks and crannies of the district.

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Old Hong Kong at night

Seeing Yau Ma Tei and Jordan at night could transport your team to the bygone eras of the city that never sleeps. Join a guided tour to explore history-rich sites like the century-old Yau Ma Tei Fruit Market and the Red Brick House.

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Traditional Hong Kong Masterclasses

West Kowloon gathers many artisans making unique traditional handicrafts. From calligraphy and traditional Chinese painting to mahjong carving, embroidery and hand-painted minibus signs, these crafts have been passed down the generations and have become part of Hong Kong’s cultural fabric.

Many skillful masters offer workshops to share their skills. Let your team learn the crafts, make souvenirs and experience traditional handicrafts to get acquainted with our traditions.

Paint your signature Hong Kong minibus sign workshop

Red minibuses are unique public transport of Hong Kong. In a two-hour workshop, Master Mak shares stories about the industry. Your team can create hand-painted minibus signs or keychains with team slogans.

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Creative mahjong tiles carving and painting workshop

Mahjong has been a popular local pastime for generations and still very much a part of life today. Join this introductory workshop guided by hand-carving masters. They will recount the history of the craft and demonstrate how to carve.

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Modern Embroidery Workshop

Embroidery is a long-standing Chinese traditional handicraft. Learn to do it in a workshop led by the third-generation artisan of an embroidered slippers shop.

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The Art of calligraphy and traditional Chinese painting workshop

Practising Chinese calligraphy and painting is great for unwinding and relaxing. De-stress with your team in a calligraphy or Chinese painting class at the century-old calligraphy supplies store, Yau Sang Cheong.

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Choice Attractions and Iconic Event Venues

Beyond the West Kowloon Cultural District, West Kowloon has diverse attractions, top-notch hotels and event venues too. Plan the itinerary for your corporate gatherings and incentive programmes to create fulfilling experiences.

  • For breathtaking panorama
  • Versatile Event Spaces

sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck

Viewed from sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, the city’s highest point for 360-degree views, the panorama of shimmering lights is simply breathtaking. It is no doubt a top venue for staging sky-high events with a difference.

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Hong Kong West Kowloon Station and Sky Corridor

The station is enormous and notable for its fluid glass-roof design. Take your team to the rooftop on a walk along with the Sky Corridor and snap memorable team photos against the scenic Victoria Harbour and magnificent Central skyline.

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W Hong Kong

Conveniently located above Kowloon Station, it is a stylish five-star hotel popular with overseas business travellers and locals alike. Reward yourself and your team with an interesting cocktail at its chic WOOBAR after business events.

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The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

It is perfect for groups looking for a luxury hotel with five-star service and amenities. For stunning sunset views, have a sundowner at the hotel's futuristic bar Ozone on the top floor, deemed the highest bar in the world.

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Eaton HK

From its versatile conference rooms to a carefree bar that can accommodate up to 300 people, the hotel with an artistic feel has the flexibility to host corporate meetings or memorable team-building activities.

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Hotel Stage

As an art and cultural hotel, Hotel Stage liberally displays artworks by local artists that showcases the diversity of Hong Kong.

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Shopping everywhere

Within Hong Kong the shopping mecca, ELEMENTS in West Kowloon is one of the best malls for luxury shopping.

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West Kowloon offers an array of great dining options ideal for visiting groups looking for special and authentic experiences.

From nostalgic Cantonese restaurants and Chinese opera-inspired dishes to Michelin-star winners and contemporary ‘fusion’ dining hotspots with commanding waterfront views, this neighbourhood is a microcosm of Asia’s World City.

Yat Tung Heen

Rated with one Michelin-star since 2017, this restaurant, with a classy interior inspired by 1920s Shanghai taverns, serves well-known fine Cantonese cuisine.

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The spacious interior offers a 270-degree view of the Victoria Harbour, while the outdoor area is great for your team to relax and soak up the artistic vibe of the West Kowloon Cultural District.

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The fine French dishes with an Asian touch, made with top ingredients from around the world, are plated like art pieces, too, serving up lots of surprises.

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Victorian Era

This restaurant takes hotpot dining up a notch, adding a modern twist to the concept by incorporating international ingredients, the wisdom of traditional Chinese medicine and artistic presentations — all with soup bases good for health and beauty.

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Sing Yin Cantonese Dining

Its sleek and contemporary interior mixes vintage items such as bird cages, cheongsams and lanterns and paintings of Hong Kong skyscrapers, creating a distinctive sense of place with expansive harbour views.

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Tin Lung Heen

Being part of a premium hotel, this two-Michelin-star restaurant promises a luxurious experience of Cantonese dining where every detail counts.

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Shun De Kung Seafood Restaurant

The Shunde district’s agricultural and fishing traditions are reflected in the rustic theme of this Kowloon restaurant. The precise cooking methods bring out the natural sweetness of the produce without overwhelming delicate flavours.

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Civic Square at ELEMENTS

Civic Square, located in the ELEMENTS, is a rooftop oasis that provides a unique al fresco dining experience away from the city’s hustle and bustle. It offers an eclectic international mix of culinary choices and flexible venues for groups of different sizes.

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