Things to do for Art & Design Lovers in Hong Kong 

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    Bank of China Tower

    11 reviews

    There are numbers of places to enjoy Hong Kong’s exquisite skyline for free. Bank of China is one of them. Remember to bring your passport and head up to 32nd floor to enjoy the view. Free of charge!

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  • 2

    A Symphony of Lights

    55 reviews

    This nightly light show @ 8pm on the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade showcases the amazing skyline of Hong Kong. Victoria Harbour is simply sparkling. Make sure you get there early to have spot for photo ops.

    Popular withLocalBudgetDesign
  • 3

    Hong Kong Museum of Art

    2 reviews

    Impressive art museum which has recently relocated to the bit of Kowloon adjacent to the Star Ferry terminal and clock tower. Excellent collection of Chinese art with a nice exhibit on Andy Warhol in spring 2013.

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  • 4

    Victoria Peak

    181 reviews

    It's a magnificent view, but be prepared for smog during the day. The Peak is a must do.

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  • 5

    Hong Kong Heritage Museum

    3 reviews

    I came to this museum to see the Bruce Lee exhibit. WOW. If you are a BL fan you need to come here. They have a lot of the clothes, weapons, and equipment that he actually used. I could spend a long time here and not get bored. They even had a film playing in the downstairs theatre. Very interesting ...

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 6

    Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation Headquarters

    3 reviews

    This skyscraper may not be the tallest, but it's one of Lord Foster's masterpieces. The ground floor is open to all but there are obnoxious security guards that may not let you sit on the caddy iron lion mascots.

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  • 7

    Hong Kong Polytechnic University

    2 reviews

    Annual show!

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  • 8

    G.o.d. - Central

    2 reviews

    Trendy & old-school come together in this homeward chain. It's the best place to get affordable, funky, & original souvenirs of Hong Kong.

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  • 9

    Star Ferry

    96 reviews

    Very relax experience, a short ferry trip and it's not expensive too.

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  • 10

    IFC Mall

    30 reviews

    Relatively new mega mall with great high end shopping and a number of nice restaurants and bars. If you are going to mall it, this is one of the better options.

    Popular withLuxuryTrendstersDesign
  • 11

    Times Square

    28 reviews

    The anticipation while waiting for them to construct this Lego display for the holidays was unnerving! I was so excited to walk around and take pictures. I wouldn't say it's one of the top sights to see but definitely worth walking through if you're around the area during the holidays. They really do a great job with the displays.

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  • 12

    Pacific Place

    14 reviews

    If you have been to the Garnier Opera House, or a die hard fan of shoes, or a dancer, Repetto should be a familiar brand. Repetto's ballerina flats are really comfortable and cute. Hong Kong just saw a second Boutique Repetto opened within the last couple years. This shows how popular AND important stylish and chic walking shoes are to ...

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  • 13

    ICC Tower

    2 reviews

    This is the tallest building in Hong Kong and the fourth tallest in the world. It was completed in 2010 and soars to 484 meters above the city. Views look out across the harbor to Hong Kong Island. You could pay $HK 150 ($20 US) to see the view from the Sky100 observation deck or go to the lobby of ...

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  • 14

    Victoria Harbour

    68 reviews

    One of the most impressive harbor fronts I've ever seen. Smog-aside, you can't miss it. Be sure to take the Star Ferry and visit Tsim Sha Tsui for the best views.

    Popular withHistoryNightlifeDesign
  • 15

    Big Buddha

    29 reviews

    Very nice area ! Travel to the Big Buddha by cable car and return with bus via Tai-O (traditional fishing village). There is also a hiking trail under the cable car.

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    6 reviews

    Very cute mall that's art themed, so there are a ton of art installations around the public areas between shops.

    Popular withLocalDesignStudents
  • 17

    Apple Store Causeway Bay

    2 reviews

    One of the most massive apple stores I've seen. This store just opened a little over a year ago and is constantly packed as it's in the middle of shopping central!

    Popular withTrendstersDesignBusiness
  • 18

    Hysan Place

    5 reviews

    Gorgeous new mall right across the street from Sogo. This mall houses the largest apple store in Hk and also many other high end shops.

    Popular withTrendstersLuxuryDesign
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    Tsim Sha Tsui

    58 reviews

    Local expats often refer to Kowloon as the "dark side" due to its proximity to mainland China. Home to the Peninsula, Intercontinental, and the new W. The Kowloon side of the harbor has experienced a boom and is the best place to be for views of the harbor.

    Popular withFoodiesLuxuryDesign
  • 20

    Hong Kong Space Museum

    11 reviews

    Love the exterior of the musuem. It is so distinctive and iconic. Situated at the foot of Nathan and Salisbury, the HKG Space Museum adds even more (bubbly...haha) personality to the area with its unique shape.

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