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West Kowloon

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Where art & culture, meet history & tradition

Welcome to West Kowloon, Hong Kong’s newest emerging neighbourhood connecting the new and vibrant international art and cultural district to ancient craftsmanship, historic buildings, authentic dining experiences and of course, shopping. At every turn, you’ll uncover new treasures to explore or iconic sights to rediscover. One thing is certain, and that is you’ll fall deeper in love with Hong Kong on every visit.

 

Things to See & Do

West Kowloon Cultural District

Iconic sights

Local craftsmanship

Culinary delights

Hong Kong’s international arts hub is thriving with latest in the art world and artistic entertainment.

It is the city’s newest and largest cultural district with state-of the-art museums and award-winning architecture.

Highlights include M+, Freespace, Xiqu Centre, and the Competition Pavilion, made from slender pieces of timber to host small concerts and performances.

Mid 2022 will also see the area’s newest development, the Palace Museum.
The West Kowloon district is also home to iconic areas and sights that perfectly combine culture, food, art, and the amazing scenery of Hong Kong city.

Experience a fusion of culture and Chinese cuisine while taking in the views of Victoria Habour at FAM (Food, Art and Music).

Enjoy the unobstructed views of the harbour at the Art Park and waterfront promenade or take in the spectacular views from Sky100 where there are also multimedia exhibits and virtual reality stations plus so much more.
West Kowloon was where many masters practiced their crafts back in the day, some you can still find there today.

Not only will you find traditional and unique wares such as handmade chopping boards, cutlery, jade, bamboo steamers and sandalwood fans but also the craftsman and generations of families who have practiced their art for centuries, some for over 90 years.

Uncle King at Biu Kee Mahjong is one of the last craftsmen in all of Hong Kong still handmaking mahjong tiles.
Hong Kong is the absolute mecca of delicious cuisine and West Kowloon is no exception.

You’ll find everything from snacks in quirky emporiums through to family-run eateries that have shaped Hong Kong’s culinary scene for generations, to traditional sweets, handmade noodles and everything in between.

Visit Woosung Street Temporary Cooked Food Hawker Bazaar, Mrs Fong’s Dessert for sweet treats to Mak Man Kee Noodle shop, founded back in 1958.