Hong Kong itinerary: 7 things to do at K11 Victoria Dockside this summer

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By Sarah Hani Jamil

Hong Kong itinerary: 7 things to do at K11 Victoria Dockside this summer

Summer is in full swing, and there’s no better time than now to book your vacation if you haven’t already done so. As one of the world’s most famous cities, Hong Kong is a fantastic holiday destination, offering countless tourist attractions and food and shopping options—which can most definitely be overwhelming for someone travelling there for the first time. One of the best ways to get the most out of Hong Kong is to head straight to K11 Victoria Dockside—a thriving art and design neighbourhood in the city’s central harbour-front hotspot, Tsim Tsa Shui. This world-class development combines culture, craftsmanship and entertainment, offering you plenty to see and do whilst you’re there. Ahead, we’ve put together an itinerary that will help you experience the highlights of what the city has to offer.





If you want the best views of Hong Kong, this ultra-private residence is the place to make your booking. This luxurious 14-storey building overlooking the harbour—designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox, an award-winning New York Based architectural studio—features the concept of an artisanal abode that comes with hotel facilities within its 287 residences. Each suite is complete with the comforts of a private home, including a living area, self-contained kitchen, ample closet space and a wraparound balcony at the foot of the bed, offering a coveted open-air view of the Hong Kong skyline that’s a dream to wake up to every morning.

Setting itself as the perfect environment for cultural creatives, great touches of art can be found throughout K11 ARTUS, with crafts produced specifically for the property by the K11 Crafts and Guild Foundation, and handpicked artefacts sourced exclusively for each suite.



Gontran Cherrier

For a delicious lunch or tea session, one should not miss out on this K11 MUSEA-exclusive boulangerie and provençal French-inspired restaurant if you’re in the area. Drop by for freshly-baked pastries such as cream croissants filled with fresh seasonal Japanese fruits, bagel sandwiches, black baguettes made with squid ink, and ice cream made with grains—each item offered is a Gontran original creation.




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Continue your fabulous holiday by booking a dining spot at this contemporary Thai fine dining establishment, helmed by one Michelin-starred Chef Thitid Tassanakajonn, aka Chef ‘Ton’ of Bangkok’s renowned Le Du restaurant. Bringing its celebrated culinary arts out of Thailand with the newly launched NIRAS, the trendy hotspot combines local seafood with touches of French gastronomy for an entirely unique take on Thai cuisine.





BTS Exhibition: Proof


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Calling all ARMYs! South Korean music label HYBE takes its best-selling exhibition—spotlighting the illustrious 10-year journey of world-renowned boyband BTS—from Seoul and Busan all the way to Hong Kong’s K11 MUSEA. Fans are indeed in for a treat as this comprehensive exhibition showcases an immersive visual journey of the band’s career comprising music video sets from Yet to Come to Blood, Sweat Tears and more, to stage outfits, behind-the-scenes choreography footage, and never-before-seen memorabilia!


When: 16 June – 16 July 2023

Price: HK$198 (Mon – Thu, except Public Holidays); HK$248 (Fri – Sun & Public Holidays)



As you head out to the Avenue of Stars for a spot of sightseeing, grab a cup of coffee at % Arabica at KUBE, an outdoor golden kiosk designed by Dutch firm OMA’s David Gianotten and Rem Koolhaas. Influenced by Hong Kong’s many dai pai dong (open-air food stalls), the harbourside store is the coffee brand’s sixth outlet in the region and looks completely picturesque against the backdrop of the city skyline. The walls are made of aluminium panels, which feature an anodised golden finish that changes colours throughout the different hours of the day.




Muse Edition, K11 MUSEA

L:a Bruket at K11 MUSEA


Aside from luxury shopping boutiques, which are aplenty at K11 MUSEA, if you’re looking for more tailored, curated fashion options, head to Muse Edition on the ground floor, offering edgy collections for consumers who appreciate culture and creativity. The retail space is housed within a preserved low-rise structure and offers niche stores such as L:a Bruket, Le Labo, MOMA Design Store Hong Kong, Pantone pop-up and more for art and design lovers.




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Fans of the Spanish brand must drop by the largest concept Loewe store in Hong Kong, Casa Loewe. Offering the full range of women’s and men’s RTW, accessories, small leather goods and home scents, interspersed by art, craft and design from the Loewe collection, the store is designed to evoke an immersive 360-degree retail experience.


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