If you’re looking for your next city to conquer, you should know that Hong Kong offers the perfect juxtaposition of western life combined with Chinese customs.
Hong Kong presents a delightful mix of different cultures, including delicious local dishes and food from all over the globe. If you’re a foodie, you’ll appreciate a fantastic dim sum and a variety of fresh seafood. If you’re into shopping, you’ll love the luxurious shopping malls and traditional stores where you can purchase Chinese fares.
If you are a digital nomad looking to make your way to Hong Kong, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with our list of the best coworking spaces in Hong Kong. Whichever location you select, you’ll delight in a connected and professional work environment so that at the end of the day, you can relish in breath-taking views of the harbor and the colorful nightlife.
On the weekends, indulge in a weekend flight to one of the many locations easily accessed via direct flights out of Hong Kong International Airport (also known as Chek Lap Kok International Airport).
1. Banyan Workspace
Banyan Workspace is a boutique office space located along the Quarry Bay waterfront. With beautiful views of the harbor, digital nomads will enjoy flexible workspaces that include private offices for two to six individuals, dedicated desks, or an open coworking atrium full of hot desks and dedicated desks.
Members have access to high-speed wifi, pantry amenities, meeting room access, postal service, and front-desk support. Environmentally conscious nomads will also appreciate on-site recycling stations, air-purifying plants, a reduce and reuse program, energy-conscious design, and ethically sourced office products.
Playground.Work offers flexibility, providing you with the opportunity to select a dedicated desk or hot desk, depending on your desire to collaborate and confer with others or the need to think independently. If you desire more room or a private space, fully furnished and specially curated offices are available.
Camp Wong Chuk Hang is located in Remex Centre, just six minutes from Admiralty and 15 minutes from Central. Over 20,000 square feet boasts hot desks, fixed desks, and offices.
Members can enjoy high-speed internet, 24-hour access, private meeting rooms, reception services, and complimentary refreshments. And as a bonus, Campfire is pet-friendly so that you can bring Fido to the office with you.
4. The Coffee House
Located in the Aberdeen Industrial Building, The Coffee House serves the communities of Aberdeen, Ap Lei Chau, Chi Fu, Island Southside, Wong Chuk Hang, Pokfulam, and Kennedy Town.
Whether you want a private office that can seat two to four people, a hot desk, or a fixed desk, you’ll appreciate the fast wi-fi, water, tea, and great coffee, and event spaces that are available for rental for special events.
5. Ooosh Coworking
Perfect for the digital nomad looking to connect with tech startups, fashion labels, and marketing masterminds, Ooosh Hong Kong provides private rooms, hot desks, and event space.
Phone booths are available for private calls, and members will enjoy high-speed internet, mobile app access, Bluetooth conference speakers, and a variety of other amenities.
6. Central Park Co-Working Space
Digital nomads looking for independence with the freedom to network with other talented freelancers will appreciate a panoramic view of Kowloon Park Greenery. Hotdesks are available via a day pass or for longer terms, including part-time, full-time, and 24/7 access.
Dedicated offices are also available for those craving more space. Central Park Co-Working Space members will enjoy complimentary water, tea, coffee, and chocolate, along with free high-speed wifi and various other benefits.
7. Hong Kong Uptown Co-Workshop
Designed for collaboration, members of the Uptown Co-Workshop can choose from private offices, dedicated desks, hot desks, or a virtual membership.
Virtual memberships are an excellent option for entrepreneurs looking to establish a business address in Hong Kong or those who need periodic access to office space for meetings. Located in the Hong Kong Industrial Building, free wifi, complimentary coffee and tea, charging stations, and access to printers, scanners, and fax machines make this a perfect digital nomad space.
8. Eaton House Workshop
Perfect for innovators, artists, progressive thinkers, and creative-types, Eaton House Hong Kong offers drop-in desks perfect for the digital nomad.
Members can take advantage of shared spaces, conference rooms, and a variety of amenities available through the affiliated hotel. Eaton House is conveniently located in Yau Ma Tei.
9. The Great Room
The Great Room Hong Kong is well-known as one of the best coworking spaces in Hong Kong. Designed to foster creativity and innovation, digital nomads who select the Great Room located at One Taikoo Place as their place of choice will enjoy dedicated offices, virtual offices, or hot desks, depending on their needs.
Additionally, members will appreciate benefits including artisanal coffee, enterprise-grade wifi, private phone booths for sensitive or essential calls, 24/7 access, housekeeping services, office supplies, and more. Working mothers will also appreciate access to nursing rooms if needed.
10. Wynd Coworking Space
Located in Central Hong Kong, digital nomads working at the Wynd Coworking Space will be surrounded by other professionals from companies such as Zendesk, Uber, Riot Games, and more.
With flexible memberships designed to suit your personal and professional needs, you can select a virtual office, desk membership, or dedicated office space for one to eight individuals. And we can’t stress enough the prime location, as Wynd is located in the financial heart of Hong Kong, but also right where East-meets-West. Tai Kwun, SOHO, Central-Mid-Levels Escalator, Man Mo Temple, historic PMQ, and the LKF historic district are nearby.
Hong Kong Offers Excitement and Energy
Whether you are looking to take in the vibrant nightlife of Lan Kwai Fong or Hong Kong clubs or want to check out the hustle and shopping bustle of Causeway Bay, Hong Kong is bursting with excitement and energy.
After a long day of work, check out the Peak Hong Kong for the harbor’s incredible views. Or, head to Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island for a fun weekend getaway and to get your thrill on.
Why not check out the Tian Tan Buddha, one of the world’s largest statues of a seated buddha, located at Po Lin Monastery. Temple Street Night Market will provide you with your fix of cheap souvenirs. The point is, if you make Hong Kong your next city of choice, you won’t find yourself lacking in things to do. Hong Kong is full of culture and experiences, all waiting to be had.