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.
- WORLD-CLASS CULTURAL HUBS
- MULTI-PURPOSE ART VENUES
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.
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.
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
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.