Hong Kong tips

Hong Kong’s mix of feng shui and finance, trams and temples makes it one of the most fascinating cities in the world. Keep in art and read this article to find out the best news in this magic city.

DIVINE BAKED GOODS

BAKEHOUSE: opened by former Four Seasons pastry chef Grégoire Michaud, this cafe serves divine baked goods that keep you coming back for more; there is always a line that goes out the door. Discover more: bakehouse.hk

EUROPEAN CUISINE WITH LOCAL INGREDIENTS

BEET: a charming, industrial-chic space showcasing modern European cuisine, beautifully presented, with a strong focus on seasonal and locally sourced ingredients.
Discover more: www.beetrestaurant.com

H QUEEN’S: NEWEST ART HUB

The city’s newest art hub and one-stop-shop for artistic inspiration is testament to Hong Kong’s thriving art scene. Specially designed to accommodate exhibitions, the building is already home to renowned galleries. In addition to art, the building also houses fine dining establishments.
Discover more: www.hqueens.com.hk

TAI KWUN

A dedicated arts and culture space, Tai Kwun offers a window into the rich heritage of colonial Hong Kong while facilitating contemporary arts through a diverse program of performances and exhibitions.
Discover more: www.taikwun.hk

THE BEST LINK BETWEEN ART AND SHOP

INITIAL, with a notable Japanese influence, local label Initial offers affordable luxury and on-trend pieces for both men and women. The store stocks some imported wares plus its own in-house label and features fantastic visual merchandising.
Discover more: www.initialfashion.com

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