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Over 1,000 Years of Craftsmanship Comes to Modern Life

The Glorious Heritage

Presented by K11 Craft & Guild Foundation, The Glorious Heritage celebrates the age-old craftsmanship of Baibaoqian and Luodian inlay art. With antique masterpieces and reinterpreted craftwork by contemporary artisans and designers, the exhibition tells the story of the long-forgotten inlay art and how the endangered artistry can be innovatively adapted to modern living, which K11 MUSEA offers. The iridescent decorations of the inlay exhibits provide a shimmering kaleidoscope of colours against the gleaming backdrop of Gold Ball at K11 MUSEA.


Dating back to late Ming dynasty 400 years ago, Baibaoqian refers to the intricate wood inlay work comprised of variegated semi-precious materials. Each inlay component is skilfully carved separately before the pieces are assembled together to make up a pictorial image rich in colour, texture and depth.


With over 1,000 years of history dating back to the Tang dynasty, Luodian is a distinctive decorative method featuring Mother-of-Pearl inlay techniques. Luo refers to the texture of the inlay material while Dian refers to the decorative process.

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10:00 - 22:00
1F (Near Calvin Klein)
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Donut Playhouse Entry Ticket (Apr)

Donut and Ah Meow are taking our little ones on a stunning adventure at the 3-storey high unique sculptural slide, custom-designed by award-winning Danish playground design firm MONSTRUM, at Donut Playhouse!

“Happy Mega Slide” enjoy a slide (from G/F to B1) for unlimited times. What’s more? The groundbreaking digital interactive game and the exciting physical games encourages kids to engage their 5 senses and become little problem-solvers.

"School Playground" unleash the problem-solving power and 5 senses by playing interactive games.

"Collect 500X Excitement" utilize vision and skills to get over obstacles. Collect elements of 500X excitement!

"Maker Workshop"* become little makers to inspire creativity and DIY fun craft.
*Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays only

To prevent infectious diseases, we have immediately enhanced disinfection and precautionary measures.

Mon-Sun & Public Holiday; 11am-7pm
(Special Opening Hour on 22 April: 3pm-7pm)


Mon-Fri: $220/40min
Sat, Sun and Public Holiday: $240/60min

9187 9792

To prevent infectious diseases, we have immediately enhanced disinfection and precautionary measures.

- Entry Ticket includes 1 Adult and 1 Child
- All tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable
- For the online ticket holders please arrive at the venue 15 minutes before start time for registration
- Each session time is about 40 minutes on weekdays; 60 minutes on weekends. Final admission time is 6pm.
- About the playhouse opening hours, session times and cleaning time, please call 9187 9792 or check with our frontline staff
- Subject to quota availability
- Terms and Conditions apply; In the event of any disputes, Donut Playhouse reserves the right of final decision

Shop G050, G/F, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
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Inside the MUSES: Explore 4 MUSEA Tours to Embrace the Best of Architecture, Furniture, Art and Nature

In Ancient Greek mythology, the Muses were nine goddesses who ruled over the arts and sciences, each providing humans with divine inspiration in a specific creative endeavour, such as poetry, dance or astronomy. Today, a muse has come to mean the spark that inspires us to dream, to imagine and to create in any area of life, from art and literature to design and architecture.

Masterminded by visionary changemaker and New World Development Executive Vice-chairman and Chief Executive Officer Dr. Adrian Cheng, K11 MUSEA, a Muse by the Sea, is a revolutionary cultural destination that reinterprets this concept for the contemporary age, showing visitors that muses can be found everywhere and providing endless moments of inspiration in an intriguing variety of ways.

Many different types of muse are reflected in the K11 MUSEA concept, but none more so than the four muses of Architecture, Furniture, Art and Nature.

Architecturally, K11 MUSEA is the fruit of the combined talents of 100 Creative Powers — international and local architects and designers, including globally renowned firm Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates and James Corner, the creative talent behind New York’s iconic High Line. With the K11 brand already globally recognised for its patronage of the arts, K11 MUSEA is also home to a rotating collection of world-class contemporary art, both a source of inspiration and a catalyst for cross-cultural exchange.

At K11 MUSEA, visitors can also explore a rare collection of iconic, museum-quality furniture pieces that celebrate the masters of Danish Modernism, telling the story of one of the 20th century’s most important design movements. Finally, the Nature Discovery Park, Hong Kong’s first urban biodiversity museum and sustainability-themed education park, pays tribute to the greatest muse of all: Mother Nature.

Explore, engage and indulge as you discover your muse at K11 MUSEA and prepare to be inspired.

For the month of April 2021, Architecture and Art tours are held daily, while Furniture tours are available by request. Nature Tours will resume at the Nature Discovery Park in mid-May.

Contact our Koncierge on G/F for more information.

Location: Koncierge, G/F, K11 MUSEA
Enquiries: 38923890

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Koncierge, G/F, K11 MUSEA
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Byredo launches first-in-Hong-Kong Mixed Emotions showcase at K11 MUSEA

To celebrate the debut of Mixed Emotions, Byredo is launching its first-in-Hong-Kong olfactory showcase at the Gold Ball in K11 MUSEA. Designed to encapsulate the tumultuous nature of our times, Mixed Emotions fuses the familiar with the unexpected to create an epicene scent that is comforting in its contrasts.

The Mixed Emotions showcase highlights the artistic and creative narrative behind the newly-launched eau de parfum. Taking place at the heart of the cultural-retail destination, the showcase marks the cult-favourite brand’s first complete multi-sensory presentation. Immerse yourself in Mixed Emotions, a thought-provoking scent that echoes our current, collective state of mind, and enjoy an exclusive screening of “Tall Are The Roots”, a cinematic short by award-winning filmmaker Fenn O’Meally.

When: From 8 April
Where: 2F, Gold Ball, K11 MUSEA

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Artisan Lounge x Arbor’s Nordic Kahvi Break All-Day High Tea

In this one-of-a-kind collaboration, Artisan Lounge and Arbor’s two-Michelin-starred Chef Eric Räty team up for the first time to bring Nordic-Japanese culinary finesse to K11 MUSEA.

Masterminded by New World Development CEO and K11 founder Dr. Adrian Cheng to champion and support some of the world’s most exciting talents, Artisan Lounge and Arbor’s Nordic Kahvi Break All-Day High-Tea menu is a creative culinary expedition to Chef Raty’s Nordic roots.

Referring to the Finnish penchant for coffee breaks taken throughout the day, the “kahvi break” menu references delectable sweets and flavours Chef Räty grew up with. He adds his own twist on Finnish classics such as Cake Ardor — made from chocolate-buttermilk cake with raspberry — and the Coffee-hazelnut Sandwich that combines Finnish people’s love of pairing coffee with small pastries. An array of savoury offerings by Artisan Lounge round out the menu, including the sumptuous Caviar Cube, topped with gold leaf, and the summery Mango Prawn, both served as delightful bite-sized canapes.

The Nordic-Japanese ‘Kahvi Break’ All-Day High Tea set at Artisan Lounge will be served on weekends all throughout the month of May. And with only 40 limited sets per day, RSVP* now at 2601 3428 to make your reservations.

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Artisan Lounge, G/F, K11 MUSEA

Time slots: 11:00am - 1:00pm; 1:00pm - 3:00pm; 3:00pm - 5:00pm; 5:00pm - 7:00pm; 7:00pm - 9:00pm

*Available via reservations only; HK$200/pax deposit required within 24 hours of booking as confirmation.

Artisan Lounge, G/F, K11 MUSEA