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Discover The Best Hong Kong Design Guide

Discover The Best Hong Kong Design Guide

Discover The Best Hong Kong Design Guide – Also known as the Manhattan of Asia, Hong Kong is famous for its fantastic skyscrapers that produce a stunning skyline. This Chinese territory combines a wide variety of cultures and lifestyles in just one place, but it’s a city that also loves design and that’s why, today, Best Design Guides brings you the best Hong Kong design guide.


1. Asia Society Hong Kong

Discover The Best Hong Kong Design Guide

The Asian Society Hong Kong is a non-profit organization that focuses on spreading the culture and history of Asia around the world. Its headquarters are located in a beautiful building, carefully integrated into a fantastic expanse of nature which, besides providing much-needed oxygen, paints a smile of greenery in everyone who visits it.


2. Gough’s on Gough

Discover The Best Hong Kong Design Guide

Located on Gough Street, Gough’s on Gough is a reminder of the past British presence in Hong Kong, but also one of the most unique places you can grab a bite while there. It has one of the most incredible and priceless interior designs one could ever lay eyes on, and the food is some of the tastiest in that side of Asia.


3. International Commerce Centre

Discover The Best Hong Kong Design Guide

With 108 storeys, this 1,588-ft skyscraper in West Kowloon was named the fourth tallest building in the world when it was completed in 2010. Today, it occupies the number 10 on the world’s tallest buildings list and remains the highest structure in Hong Kong. It’s home to the Elements Mall, the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong and three Michelin-starred restaurants. The tower also contains an observation deck, Sky100, which boasts stunning panoramic views of the harbour.


4. M+ Pavilion

Discover The Best Hong Kong Design Guide

Located in West Kowloon Cultural District, M+ Pavilion is the go-to place for lovers of modern art. Don’t get your hopes up thinking this is the famed M+; rather, it’s his precursor, but it certainly deserves a visit. M+, its bigger brother and currently under construction, is scheduled to open in 2019. Until then, this museum is bound to satisfy all your design and art needs, wants, and it might just surprise you!

Discover The Best Hong Kong Design Guide

Source: CovetED Magazine

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