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See Hong Kong in a whole new way with virtual tours

See Hong Kong in a whole new way with virtual tours

With the world currently experiencing travel disruptions due to the coronavirus, enjoying some of Hong Kong’s top spots first-hand is just not possible at this moment. But that shouldn’t stop you from checking out some of Hong Kong’s impressive attractions and experiences virtually! Many popular destinations in Hong Kong are now offering virtual experiences — it’s the next best thing to actually visiting in person! Here’s a list of top Hong Kong virtual tours and experiences you can enjoy without leaving your sofa: 

Ngong Ping 360

Ngong Ping 360 — one of the top attractions in the city — is offering a virtual tour of the Big Buddha, Wisdom Path and Ngong Ping Village as a few of the stops.


We’re all excited for the West Kowloon Cultural District  to fully open, but in the meantime check out M+ Collections Beta. It has over 5,000 objects on virtual display, offering photography, visual art, design and architecture, moving images and more to pique your artistic interest.

Enjoy an interactive 360-degree experience with Sotheby’s Hong Kong to virtually tour the exhibition and four beautifully curated galleries with modern, contemporary and Southeast Asian art.

Hong Kong Museum of Arts

Tour the Hong Kong Museum of Art in the Virtually@HKMoA section where you can browse multi-media programs, check out the audio guide and pamphlets of their exhibitions. Access a massive library of their collections and past shows through Google Arts & Culture.  

Tai Kwun , the Centre for Heritage and Arts, is sharing multiple virtual galleries and online guided tours to enjoy a wealth of culture without leaving home. The contemporary art programme, My Body Holds Its Shape, features the work of five artists. They Do Not Understand Each Other is a collaboration of collections from the National Museum of Art, Osaka and the Singapore Art Museum.

Ham Kyungah, Needling Whisper, Needle Country / SMS Series in Camouflage / Are you lonely, too? BK 03-01-01, 2018-19 (Detail)
Photo courtesy: CHAT (Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile), Hong Kong

CHAT (Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile) at The Mills is aligning with cultural institutions around the world in offering a running series of online programmes and content with #MuseumFromHome. Stay active and be inspired by their online tours, workshops and artist talks, and enjoy contemporary art, heritage, and methods of making from the comfort of your own home!

Can’t get enough of Hong Kong-based art and artists? Check out ART Power Hong Kong, a non-profit campaign and digital platform with content streams that shine a spotlight on the arts and cultural infrastructure of Hong Kong as a united whole — think virtual exhibitions, online talks, HK artist interviews, online art history lectures and more.

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