Design District Hong Kong’s #ddHK Vivid Tsuen Wan


Design District Hong Kong #ddHK Unveils ‘Vivid Tsuen Wan’

Hong Kong’s creative tourism project, Design District Hong Kong (#ddHK), makes a grand comeback with the brand-new ‘Vivid Tsuen Wan’ event welcoming both locals and tourists to embark on a visually stimulating journey in the programme’s eponymous district.

Prominently placed across Tsuen Wan are seven exceptional public art installations. These artworks, created by both international and local artist maestros, are set to attract visitors as picturesque backdrops.

Vivid Tsuen Wan: Public Art Installations

Each installation brilliantly encapsulates Tsuen Wan's multifaceted allure, ensuring that everyone, be it a tourist or local, experiences the district's myriad cultural, creative, and gastronomical treasures.

A few standouts include 'Prismatic' by Craig & Karl, which sees Sai Lau Kok Garden transform into a landscaping piece weaving together the diverse aspects of Tsuen Wan; Andy Rementer’s maritime marvel at 'Tsuen Wan Park', which involves a massive 15-metre-long whale sculpture complemented by other whimsical ocean creatures; and 'Closely Knitted' on the Tai Ho Road Footbridge, turning an everyday pedestrian experience into a mesmerising tapestry journey, nodding to Tsuen Wan's textile industry heritage.

Mountain-to-Sea Festival Tsuen Wan and More

Beyond installations, the event offers a cornucopia of activities — from music performances to heritage workshops.

Kicking things off is the ‘Mountain-to-Sea Festival’ on Aug. 20. Noteworthy participants include renowned travel programme host Chris Leung, Charles Hu the ace Taiwanese photographer, and experts from Walk in Hong Kong, amongst others. Click here for the full roster and schedule.

Vivid Tsuen Wan Walking Map

Adding convenience to exploration, #ddHK introduces the event’s custom walking map.

The guide pinpoints each art installation and major Tsuen Wan attractions. From the historical Sam Tung Uk Museum, the calming Shing Mun Reservoir Walk amongst local botany, or art hub The Mills, the map depicts a seamless Tsuen Wan adventure.

When: Aug. 18 – Sept. 14

Where: Tsuen Wan, New Territories

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