K11 Musea at Victoria Dockside

The K11 Musea offers eight floors of wonder. It’s an absolutely fascinating destination that is an attraction in itself before even considering the actual tenants. K11 Musea is located on the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade at the new Victoria Dockside overlooking the newly redeveloped Avenue of Stars.

Each floor has a different theme and music and aromatics are matched to those themes. It’s opulent. Especially when held in comparison to other malls in HK and you may also note, people dress-up to come here. It’s something special, and it takes the concept of the shopping mall to a totally new level. It’s hard to call it a mall, it’s an experience.

Highlights include

  • Bohemian Garden on the 8th floor – a large rooftop garden
  • the atrium – the large open 35m tall atrium with its ‘Oculus’ ceiling art and the massive gold/glass ball is a sight
  • artworks spread throughout the mall – most are from local artists, from sculptures through to graffiti art on the 6th floor
  • Donut – an indoor slide for kids
  • Peacock playground – a massive peacock sitting atop a cage, combined with a slide, 8th floor in the Bohemian Garden
  • The Kube – looking like something from Stanley Kubrick film it sits outside the front entry and currently house a coffee stall.
  • Food Playground on B2 – a large collection of cafes, bakery, restaurants, and a tea store staffed by two robots. There’s also seating here where you can eat and recharge via USB and wireless.
  • Several restaurants/cafe with harbour views


It also features a UA Cinema with IMAX Laser, MoMA Design Store, Legoland Discovery Centre, Fortnum & Mason, L’ÉCOLE School of Jewelry Arts, lots of luxury brands and several boutique stores. To be honest, on the first visit I spent 2 hours exploring and hardly noticed who the stores and tenants were. Fortunately, there is a full list here.

Restaurant highlights at K11 Musea

There are almost 70 food and beverage options between K11 Musea and the connected Rosewood Hotel. Here are some top picks

  • Artisan Lounge – Cuisine: Western – Av. Spend: HK$400-800 – Location: K11 Musea, Shop 401, 4/F
  • TIRPSE – Harbour Views: Yes – Cuisine: Japanese/French – Av. Spend: HK$400-800 – Location: K11 Musea, Shop 219, 2/F
  • The Legacy House – Harbour Views: Yes, 180-degree view – Av. Spend: HK$800 – Cuisine: Cantonese, Chinese  Menu: À la carte – Location: Rosewood
  • The Butterfly Room – Cuisine: European – Av. Spend: HK$200-400 – Open: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, High tea – Menu: À la carte – Location: Rosewood – Popular for afternoon tea
  • Takano Ramen – Cuisine: Japanese Ramen – Av. Spend: HK$101-200 – Location: K11 Musea, Shop 220, 2/F
  • BEP Vietnamese Kitchen – Cuisine: Vietnamese – Av. Spend: HK$101-200 – Location: K11 Musea, Shop 401, 4/F
  • K11 Musea Food Playground – head to the B2 floor for a collection of casual eateries, bakeries, and cafe with prices ranging from HK$50 and up. Try the signature dish from Piggy Smoke.
  • Hey Tea Lab – for its amazing harbour views – Av. Spend: HK$60 – 3F shop 327A, 327C

As mentioned earlier, it is located at the new Victoria Dockside development which is bordered by Salisbury Garden, Salisbury Road, Avenue of Stars and the Victoria Harbour. The area features K11 Musea (shopping and arts hub), K11 Atelier which features offices and workspaces, K11 Artus with luxury residences, and the luxury Rosewood Hotel.

Movies at K11 Musea

K11 Art House features 12 theatres plus an IMAX theatre with laser projection system and 12 channel immersive sound system, plus Blackbox – a six-star VIP theatre with only 30 seats, Whitebox – stage and theatre.

You can see showtimes here uacinemas.com.hk

Getting to K11 Musea

You can walk from Star Ferry Pier and the mall has a direct underground connection to MTR Tsim Sha Tsui (Exit E) and MTR Tsim Sha Tsui East (Exit J1 & J2).

Nearby K11 Musea

Other destinations blending art, culture, and retail

K11 Art Mall on Hanoi Road, the popular PMQ which fuses arts, creatives, heritage and commerce and similarly with Tai Kwun.

Map Location

Kowloon, Kowloon City, Hong Kong


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