Hong Kong

The city's arts and culture scene is quite lively, with innovative music, dance, and theater among the regular offerings. Small independent productions as well as large-scale concerts take to the stage across the territory every weekend.

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  • 1. Above Second

    Western | Art Galleries–Arts

    Known for its dynamic collections of graffiti-style art and illustrations, this contemporary urban art gallery in Sai Ying Pun is the only one...Read More

  • 2. Art Basel

    Wan Chai | Art Galleries–Arts

    One of three Art Basel festivals around the world, the Hong Kong edition typically occurs at the end of March. The massive event brings together...Read More

  • 3. Hong Kong Film Archive

    Eastern | Film

    Don't underestimate the popularity of old black-and-white films in a modern auditorium—buy your tickets in advance, as these cliassic regularly...Read More

  • 4. Aqua Luna

    Tsim Sha Tsui | Entertainment Cruise

    As one of the city's last traditionally crafted vessels, or junks, the plush Aqua Luna 's dramatic appearance and red sails make her easy to...Read More

  • 5. Broadway Cinematheque

    Yau Ma Tei | Film

    The train-station design of this art house has won awards. Inside the foyer, a departure board displays the showings: primarily foreign and...Read More

  • 6. Fringe Club

    Central | Dance

    The pioneer of Hong Kong's alternative-arts scene has been staging excellent independent theater, music, and art productions since opening in...Read More

  • 7. Grand Cinema


    This cinema in the upscale Elements Mall in West Kowloon boasts massive screens, a kicking sound system, and vibrating seats, making it the...Read More

  • 8. Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

    Wan Chai | Theater

    Many of Hong Kong's most talented performers studied at this academy's schools of drama, music, dance, television, and film. It has five theaters...Read More

  • 9. Hong Kong Arts Centre

    Wan Chai | Art Galleries–Arts

    A hodgepodge of activities takes place in this deceptively bleak concrete tower, financed with horse-racing profits donated by the Hong Kong...Read More

  • 10. Hong Kong Arts Festival


    Held each year in February and March, the Hong Kong Arts Festival's past visitors have included Mikhail Baryshnikov, Pina Bausch, and José Carreras...Read More

  • 11. Hong Kong City Hall

    Central | Concerts

    The performances at City Hall, ranging from the New York Philharmonic to the Bee Gees, and the Royal Danish Ballet to the People's Liberation...Read More

  • 12. Hong Kong Cultural Centre

    Tsim Sha Tsui | Concerts

    The Hong Kong Cultural Centre's 2,000-seat concert hall, an oval-shaped space fitted with an adjustable acoustic canopy and curtains, houses...Read More

  • 13. Hong Kong International Film Festival


    The annual Hong Kong International Film Festival brings together some of the finest film-industry talent from all over the globe. The festival...Read More

  • 14. Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra


    Look out for performances by the world-class Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, which plays everything from classical to avant-garde, as well...Read More

  • 15. Kwai Tsing Theatre


    It might be in the sticks, but the Kwai Tsing Theatre is a major player in the cultural scene. Sunlight pours into the atrium through a curving...Read More

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