Wong Chuk Hang is a booming culture hub and home to a number of excellent art galleries. This huge multi-purpose art space in particular, is just three minutes away from Exit B. Curated by French photographer and art collector Lalie Choffel, and sports a wonderfully eclectic vibe. As soon as you enter, you catch sight of the Cabinet of Curiosities, a boutique showcasing unique decorative objects like taxidermy animals and African masks, sourced by Choffel on her travels. The space presents a wide variety of arts and artists from Hong Kong and Europe, and even hosts the occasional palm reading session.
This Southside neighourhood has become a booming art and culture hub thanks to a number of new art galleries and numerous examples of street art. But aside from becoming known for its increasing range of art institutions – and of course, Ocean Park – under-the-radar cafés, restaurants and a craft beer scene add to Wong Chuk Hang’s charm. In fact, there’s so much to see and do in the neighourhood that we’ve an entire guide. But if you don’t have enough time to do everything, here are the things close to the MTR that you shouldn’t miss.
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