March 14, 2022 | Produced in partnership with Hong Kong Tourism Board

Art has the power to inspire, spark conversations and break down cultural barriers – so it’s emerging as an incredibly effective way to stimulate new ideas and build stronger connections between colleagues and business partners.

Hong Kong, with its rich palette of cultural, architectural and gastronomic diversity, is the favoured choice of savvy meetings and incentives planners looking to use art, in all its forms, to create memorable event experiences.

‘Meet’ your artsy side with truly unique venues

Hosting an art-themed social event, surrounded by the vibes of contemporary Asian masters, thought-provoking installations or ancient cultural artefacts can be a truly memorable experience. Whitestone Gallery and Tang Contemporary Art offer sophisticated space in Hong Kong’s Central district, while the purpose-built ArtisTree can accommodate as many as 300 for customised corporate functions.

Tai Kwun, the restored former Central police station, magistracy and prison, is a living heritage site which offers a glimpse into Hong Kong’s colonial past as well as unique meeting spaces from the purpose-built JC cube to creative laundry steps, or even contemporary restaurants spilling onto the vast open-air former prison yard.

Another nearby heritage project, PMQ, formerly the Police Married Quarters, is a hive of creative energy as it houses more than 100 local “create-prenuers” who regularly display their work at their studios or in pop-up stores. It also offers unique venues for creative events from formal exhibitions to cocktail parties, right in SoHo, Central.


Overlooking Hong Kong’s spectacular harbour, the West Kowloon Cultural District features a range of fascinating venues, including the Xiqu Centre celebrating all the colour and drama of Chinese opera and the Tea House for a traditional Chinese theatre experience. The new M+ is the first global museum of contemporary visual culture in Asia.

West Kowloon Cultural District

Reach out to the team by email to turn the process of designing an unforgettable MICE itinerary in Hong Kong into an art form. You can also visit the Hong Kong Tourism Board stand at AIME from March 21 – 23, 2022.