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The tour takes a look at the city’s experimental contemporary art communities. Visitors can also experience Hong Kong’s coffee culture by tailor-making their own coffee and trying their hand at roasting, grinding, brewing and latte art.
|See Chinese antiques at the University Museum & Art Gallery of the University of Hong Kong. Visit Oi!, a Grade II historical building. After lunch, attend a coffee-making workshop. Tour ends at Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre.|
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