See & Do
Hong Kong is quickly becoming Asia’s art and cultural hub. Put one stiletto in front of the other and get ready to be inspired, entertained and in the know.

57-59 Hollywood Road
2581 9678

Hailing from New York and specializing in Indian art, art historian and gallerist Sundaram Tagore has added a splash of intellect and culture to the SoHo scene since the opening of his gallery on Hollywood Road.

222 Hollywood Road
Sheung Wan
2291 0006

A popular spot for talk-of-the-town events, the gallery is also home to an impressive array of international and contemporary works by artists including David Mach and Grillo Demo.

2 Lower Albert Road
2527 7251

As the pillar of the art and performance community in Hong Kong, the Fringe Club provides a venue for collaboration and cooperation of artists and art appreciators. The beautiful building is home to a rooftop café and also hosts various performances, viewings and open events throughout the year.

11/F, Hollywood Centre
233 Hollywood Road
Sheung Wan
2815 1112

Now housing the world’s most important collection of primary and secondary source material on Contemporary Asian art, The Asia Art Archive is the perfect spot to hang out and learn more about art.  Sit on the rooftop and take in the charming panoramic views of Sheung Wan while reading art books and magazines with artists and experts on hand. (Mon-Sat 10am-6pm)

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HK is brimming with history, heritage and culture so why not indulge a bit further in your surroundings and take a class on Tea Traditions, Feng Shui, Tai Chi, Antiques, Chinese Medicine and more with HK Tourism Board.  You’ll see HK in a whole new light.

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If you want to go on a walk of the city and find out the history behind every street corner, market, monument and stall while you’re at it, then Jason Wordie is your guy.  A local historian and writer, he is bursting with knowledge and is happy to impart his wisdom in a fun and entertaining way.

74 Stone Nullah Lane
Wan Chai
2835 4376

With new restaurants and bars opening every week, Wan Chai is set to be the next SoHo, but before we jump into the future, take a look into the past at The Blue House. Located at the site of the district’s first hospital from the 1870’s, the building was rebuilt as a four-storey balcony-style tenement in the 1920’s and painted bright blue, the only color available, during a 1950’s renovation. One of the few remaining buildings of its kind, The Blue House is now home to the Wan Chai Livelihood Museum, which organizes regular tours to explore different facets of the district’s history.


Level U/G, Festival Walk
80 Tat Chee Avenue
Kowloon Tong, Kowloon

Level 1, Pacific Place
88 Queensway Road
2265 8933

Shop L1 – 3, Level 1, The Arcade
100 Cyberport Road
Pok Fu Lam
2388 3188