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by: The Beat Asia
October 18, 2022
With the pandemic affecting greatly how and where we work, and firms and businesses switching to hybrid or work-from-home conditions, employees in Hong Kong are seeking spaces to join a community of independent workers in flexible yet affordable shared offices and co-working spaces.
With hot-desking and multisharing environments growing in number across the city, follow our guide to explore what co-working spaces are best to book for a day pass and visit in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong’s largest collection of flexible co-working spaces across the city at theDesk make the company a great choice for co-working and WFH trips to the more than 15 in-house and serviced offices. Bright, spacious, and located beside MTR stations, each office allows workers to purchase a day pass for HK$300 for nine hours. Passes can be purchased online here.
Locations: Multiple offices across Hong Kong, +852 3892 2320
With branches across Asia, The Hive’s presence is greatest in Hong Kong, with nine multi-floor open-plan flexible workspaces located in seven districts from the Island to New Territories. They also host dozens of community events at Hive Wan Chai and Sheung Wan, joining arts, crafts, food, and socialising after work. Guests can purchase a day pass for HK$300 for one day from 8 AM to 6 PM. Become a Hive member and purchase your day pass here.
Locations: Multiple offices across Hong Kong, +852 3568 6343
A Kwun Tong-located serviced office and co-working space, The Wave is best for providing curated offers and packages for “wavers” (tenants) seeking semi-permanent or permanent space to work within their open-plan space. The Kowloon co-working space offers the city’s cheapest day pass, costing HK$128 from 9 AM to 6 PM. For student passes, you only need to pay HK$50 for nine hours too! Book your day passes on their main site here.
Location: The Wave, Level 10, 4 Hing Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, +852 6393 9333
With five homes in Causeway Bay, Mong Kok, Tseun Wan, Sha Tin, and Wan Chai, the Desk.one is Hong Kong’s first on-demand co-working for individuals and small groups to work in walk-in reading lounges and quiet focus zones, and reserve private rooms and event spaces for collaboration. Prepare to fork out HK$128, or around HK$11 per hour, for a single-day pass visit on weekdays, and HK$148 on weekends. To purchase, check out the site here.
Locations: Multiple offices across Hong Kong, +852 2185 6660
Banyan Workspace is the city’s leading sustainable co-working space, committed to giving back to the local community in various charity events and social initiatives. In their sizeable Quarry Bay working space, workers are welcome to join specialist events, book meetings and conferences, and purchase memberships for daily use. An “open seat” day pass costs HK$250 for all-day use of the space. Purchase here for an hour, day, or week pass.
Location: Banyan Workspace, Suite 1204, Eastern Harbour Centre, 28 Hoi Chak Street, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2159 5599
Founded 12 years ago, Metro Workspace is one of Hong Kong’s longest-operating workspace companies. They have eight spacious co-working spaces, as well as holding meeting rooms, event spaces, private dining rooms, seminar rooms, and photo studios. With their hosting space for serviced apartments and storage, Metro is an all-encompassing company for your WFH needs. A day pass for hot desk costs only HK$300. To access the group’s nine spaces dotted around the city, visit their site here.
Locations: Multiple offices across Hong Kong, +852 3955 8550
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