Surrounded by fresh blooms and replete with the rustic charm of Parisian streetside cafés, K11 MUSEA’s 7F Bohemian Garden transforms into an elegant French terrace this season for you to dine under the sun and stars.
Taking inspiration from the cafés where legendary artists and thinkers once gathered for conversation hubs, Terrasse de Verre is a photogenic garden and greenhouse perched at the top of K11 MUSEA, perfect for a tête-à-tête between close friends or couples. Snap a photo amongst the romantic bistro-style tables as you indulge on refined bites and sips in a Fortnum & Mason Afternoon Tea Set.
Guests will also have the chance to have their Polaroid photo taken and even get a complimentary personalised bouquet at an onsite pop-up by Blooms & Blossoms.
For every package sold, K11 MUSEA will donate HK$100 to "Food House - Social Miles”, a campaign organised by onebite SOCIAL, to subsidise 2 healthy meals for the local community in need.
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Dining Period: 2 February - 14 March (Every Tue – Sun) *(Closed on 12 Feb, 1st day of Chinese New Year; special opening on 15 Feb, Mon)
Dining Time: 11am – 1pm | 1:30 – 3:30pm | 4 – 6pm
Location: Bohemian Garden, 7F
Package Price (for 2): Standard - HK$1,980 | KLUB 11 Gold Card Members or above - HK$1,800
Blooms & Blossoms Pop-up Opening Hours
Date: 2 February – 14 March (Every Tue – Sun)
Time: 11am – 6pm
Terms and conditions apply. Please click here for details.
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Donut Golf Club is the only science-themed indoor golf playground in Hong Kong. The playground consists of four areas, ‘Game Zone’, ‘Practice Zone’, ‘The Lawn’ and ‘The Leaderboard’.
In the ‘Game Zone’ are four differently designed tracks. Not only do these tracks test your kids’ skills, vision, coordination and accuracy in golf, but also learn the science theories of golf through observations. The ‘Practice Zone’ offers relatively simple tracks for your kids to practice and master their golf skills. ‘The Lawn’ allows you to take a break and capture the best moment of your children playing golf. If the children perform well, they can also challenge the champion throne and leave a record on the ‘The Leaderboard’. Come challenge yourself with Donut and Ah Meow!
Mon-Sun & Public Holiday; 11am-7pm (Cleaning time: 1:30pm-2:30pm)
Monday to Friday(except public holidays): Only online reservations are accepted 12 hours in advance, no on-site ticket
GENERAL ENQUIRY HOTLINE:
To prevent infectious diseases, we have immediately enhanced disinfection and precautionary measures.
- Entry Ticket includes 1 Adult and 1 Child
- Ticket includes golf games in B2 for 20 minutes
- 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 20 minutes; Final admission time is 30 minutes before closing
- 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
The “Little Nature Ambassador Programme” is curated by Nature Discovery Park in partnership with The Jane Goodall Institute Hong Kong – founded by United Nations Peace Ambassador, Dr. Jane Goodall. The Programme is also supported by local social organizations Beyond Vision Projects, AESIR and SLCO Community Resources Limited.
Each participant will be able to receive:
• An e-Certificate of Achievement signed by Nature Discovery Park and The Jane Goodall Institute Hong Kong upon completion of all modules.
• Four online modules - covering Earth, Sea and Sky natural elements, Hong Kong’s Biodiversity, Lifecycle of Plants, Sustainable Living Tips and Recycling Concepts to encourage children to adopt Eco-friendly daily habits.
• One Take-home learning kit – Nature Discovery Park Storybook, Tactile learning sheets with Braille and augmented reality-enabled sign bilingual vocabulary learning package.
This programme aims to nurture a new generation of sustainability changemakers. Through the multi-sensory learning kit, children will discover the mysteries of nature and be motivated to care about the environment. The programme also aims to promote social inclusion and Creating Shared Value (CSV).
Age : 4 to 8 years old
K11 Art Foundation is thrilled to partner with Q Contemporary to co-present Tracing the Fragments, a collaborative collection of prominent Central Eastern European and Chinese contemporary artworks. The works selected in Tracing the Fragments explore the idea of timescapes, as well as document, discuss and trace the formation and interpretation of memories. Each work represents a piece of personal experience that can be interpreted as part of a broader collective memory with historical significance, forming mutual dialogues that enrich the understanding of each piece.
It is only through examining and piecing together scattered fragments that one is able to fill the void of multiple and layered perspectives and narratives – the process of mapping the hidden landscape of art. In this ever-changing global environment that we live in, the stability and accountability of memory and history are often challenged, and perhaps art offers an alternative and grounded perspective to understand our past, and opens the window to an answer to the future.
Click here to download ‘Tracing the Fragments’ e-catalogue now.
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To further explore the meaning of future, the showcase extends with a standalone interactive work Demain est la question (“tomorrow is the question”) by Rirkrit Tiravanija at the Gold Ball in K11 MUSEA. Tiravanija emphasises interactions between people and their surroundings. The back-and-forth motion of ping-pong ball alludes to mutual communication between individuals, societies and cultures. By combining elements of visual art, culinary tradition, sport, performance and social interaction, the public is encouraged to be part of the art-making process, generating reciprocal conversations.
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To accompany the showcase, K11 Art Foundation and Q Contemporary will present a series of events, including guided tours and workshops. It is honoured to have invited renowned curator Wang Wei Wei to conduct an online panel in late February to discuss Central Eastern European art.
K11 Art Foundation and Q Contemporary have also co-curated a one-stop self-learning online resources centre. In addition to helping the general public better understand the historical background and context of Central Eastern European and Chinese contemporary art, the greater context also allows viewers to ponder the inner dialogues and interactions found between each piece.
The curated resources, from academic research to varied materials, allow visitors to learn beyond Tracing the Fragments. Visitors are encouraged to explore and discover cultural similarities and differences between Central Eastern European and Chinese art practices, deepening their understanding of both cultures.
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Ilona Keserü, Birthday (Születésnap), 2005
Photo ©️ David Biró. Courtesy of Q Contemporary
Wang Gongxin, Unseatable, 1995
©️ the artist. Photo ©️ Maxim Hu. Courtesy of White Cube
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.