It is a Saturday afternoon and every neighborhood is packed with people, especially shopping areas such as Tsim Sha Tsui and Causeway Bay. If you wish to escape from the crowd and save money in the act of doing so, there are great hideaways to visit: our local museums. Take a Museum of Art at the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade for example, famous for its solemn atmosphere and tranquility.
The Special exhibitions attract visitors and the rooms housing permanent art collections such as Chinese calligraphy are very quiet. The Art Museum shows renowned Song Dynasty painting ” Along the River During the Qing Ming Festival” to the high profile Louis Vuitton contemporary art exhibition. These studios can demonstrate a wide spectrum of art-related subjects, from how a piece of art is formed to how artists live and work.
Or perhaps you want to try one of the most offbeat museums, the Law Uk Folk Museum in Chai Wan, or the educational Science Museums where you’ll see local Hong Kong students on school excursions. Hong Kong public museums have such low entry fees you’ll find yourself wishing you could extend your stay to visit more! And what more could you ask for in a date than something offbeat and memorable like the Space Museum?