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16 Jul – 6 Sep 2020
POP Fiction Sticker Hunt

Check in at all 5 Spots and collect limited edition stickers!



Become KLUB 11 Pre-Member or above *

1. Open the ‘K11 HK’ Mobile App

2. Scan with your KLUB 11 Member’s QR Code to check in

3. Get Stickers @Muse Edition, G/F (near Golden Goose)



^ Click here to view the 5 spots.

*Terms and conditions apply. Please Click here for details.

Art
Date
16 Jul – 6 Sep 2020
Time
10:00 - 22:00
Location
Muse Edition, G/F (near Golden Goose)
More Details
$
Free

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