Hong Kong is so much more than just your usual dim sum and shopping travel destination.
This summer, the Hong Kong Tourism Board introduces to you the city’s biggest street art festival, HKWalls 2017, held at the new creative district. 64 Wong Chuk Hang Rd, Aberdeen has been transformed with streets of graffiti art done by an amalgamation of Southeast Asian artists to jazz up your Instagram game or spice up your OOTD shots.
I am sure that seeking out Instagrammable spots is now a must-do when you travel. These art walls will provide you with the perfect shots to beat any beach destination — spicing up your feed with colours and variety.
I am particularly stoked for the one by Indonesian artist, Tuts, who uses vibrant colours and layering in his graffiti art, making his work the perfect backdrop for my minimalistic dressing.
If you’re not a hardcore Instagrammer, these walls are still a great visit to experience the growing vibrant street culture in Hong Kong — an upcoming major art hub in Asia for anything hip and trendy. A walk down these streets will mimic a trip to a free, open-air museum.
Check out these Instagrammable art pieces if you are currently in or planning to give Hong Kong a visit to spice up your usual eating or shopping runs!
Dates: Now – 31 October 2017
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