Our website uses cookies to enhance your browsing experience. If you continue to use this website, you consent to our use of cookies. Learn more

Our website uses cookies to enhance your browsing experience. If you continue to use this website, you consent to our use of cookies. Learn more

Cultural Integration
Travel with Local Students

Tai Kwun

Tai Kwun, a cultural destination that unites multiple genres of arts, heritage, culture and lifestyle in Hong Kong. Visitors will discover the rich heritage of the site through the thematic exhibitions and immersive public programmes that explore Hong Kong’s history and culture, alongside a multitude of vibrant and inclusive contemporary art presentations and performing arts offerings all year round.


Let’s go with Vincent and check it out now!


Public Photos / Files - Vincent Cover Image_website


Source: Tai Kwun, Hong Kong Tourism Board




Jao Tsung-I Academy

With over 100 years of rich and vibrant history, Jao Tsung-I Academy is one of Hong Kong’s cultural landmarks. It was a customs station during the Qing dynasty (1644–1912), then became labourers’ quarters, and thereafter, a quarantine station, prison, infectious disease hospital and psychiatric rehabilitation centre, respectively. The building itself also has unique historical and architectural significance.


To promote cultural inheritance, the academy organizes guided tours, thematic exhibitions, weekend markets, workshops and educational programmes.


Let’s explore Hong Kong culture with Emerald! 

Public Photos / Files - Emerald Cover Image_website


Source: Jao Tsung-I Academy, Hong Kong Tourism Board




Tuen Mun Wu Shan Riverside Park

There’s no better way to learn about a place’s cultural than visiting its residential area. Bernice will lead the way, let’s take a quick glance at a local’s daily life.


Wu Shan Riverside Park covers an area of 1.26 hectares, it includes cycling tracks, jogging trail and more. About a few minutes away, there is an alley selling all kinds of local street food, guaranteed to delight your taste buds.


Another attractive feature of the riverside area is the locally-designed artworks which are installed along Tuen Mun River. Relax as you take a stroll along the Tuen Mun River, or enjoy the facilities provided at the parks and gardens around.

Public Photos / Files - Tuen Mun Cover Image_website


Public Photos / Files - Tuen Mun (N) Map


Source: Home Affairs Department, Art Promotion Office




Sai Wan Swimming Shed

Sai Wan Swimming Shed was built some 50 years ago for swimmers to change into bathing costumes, it is said to be Hong Kong’s last swimming shed. Ariel will show you how to get to the swimming shed and capture the picturesque sunset scenery.


After visiting the swimming shed, you can go to the Belcher Bay Harbourfront Open Space which was fully opened in Oct 2020. Just 6 minutes walking distance from Exit A of Kennedy Town MTR Station, you can unwind in the sea breeze and enjoy the beautiful night view.


Public Photos / Files - Swimming Shed Cover Image_click


Public Photos / Files - saiwan_swimmingshed_map


Source: Hong Kong Tourism Board, HKSAR Government




Ping Shan Heritage Trail

Stretching about 1.6 km in length, the Ping Shan Heritage Trail links up a number of traditional Chinese buildings within easy walking distance of each other to provide visitors with an opportunity to learn more about traditional life in the New Territories in a convenient half-day excursion.


Let’s follow Luke and indulge in the old-time village culture of Hong Kong.


Public Photos / Files - Yuen Long Ping Shan_3

Public Photos / Files - pingshan_map

Source: Antiquities and Monuments Office, Hong Kong Tourism Board


More Hong Kong Culture Videos produced by students: CLICK HERE