Given its economic stature and the number of financial institutions located in the city, moving to Hong Kong is increasingly popular these days. Each year, thousands of people move to this unique city from around the world, and many are wondering what are the best coworking spaces in Hong Kong.
Working from Hong Kong is simple when you have the perfect setup. Having another place to be productive, as a coworking space, will help you hit the ground running after you relocate.
Renting a furnished apartment in Hong Kong, like those from Blueground, makes it easy to simply show up in the city and start living.
Here is an overview of some of the best coworking spaces in Hong Kong, including amenities, contact information, and pricing.
Working from Hong Kong is painless at this wonderful coworking space in the lively North Point neighborhood. This high design space offers hot desking as well as larger spaces where teams can collaborate.
Banyan Workspace has some incredible perks for workers, including a cool lounge and complimentary snacks.
There’s also an old-fashioned phone booth that is perfect for private calls and a plush library where you can concentrate on a book or project.
Prices at Banyan Workspace start at HK$40 an hour for a workstation or HK$250 for a day pass.
You can also get a monthly or even annual membership, which allows you to save on the day rate.
You can visit Banyan Workspace at Suite 1204, Eastern Harbour Centre, 28 Hoi Chak St, Quarry Bay or find more information at banyanworkspace.com
Another excellent choice for remote work in Hong Kong is Desk-one, a beautiful Causeway Bay coworking space. (There are also other Desk-One locations throughout the city.)
This excellent venue offers both a quiet room and a non-quiet room, allowing workers to customize their environment to fit the task at hand.
Desk-One’s amenities include coffee, drinks, and snacks and printing on demand, as well as spectacular views and books and magazines to browse.
A hot desk at Desk-One starts at $HK22 for 30 minutes, with the option to buy a three-hour or full-day pass. There are also monthly and annual memberships available.
Check out Desk-one in person at 18/F, Honest Building, 9-11 Leighton Rd, Causeway Bay or at www.desk-one.hk
The Garden, founded in 2019, is another great choice for working from Hong Kong. This affordable coworking space is ideal for digital nomads and entrepreneurs.
The Garden has all-hours access, free coffee, drinks, and snacks, and printing and photocopying services.
There’s also a friendly front desk and a “marketing corner” where you can interact with other freelancers.
Memberships to The Garden start at $HK800 per month for a hot desk, and start at $HK4,000 per month for a private office.
You can visit The Garden Coworking Space and Private Workshop at 3 Wing Ming Street, Lai Chi Kok or check them out online at www.the-garden.hk
The Great Room is another one of our favorite coworking spaces in Hong Kong. This high-design space has terrific amenities and great views.
The Great Room’s Quarry Bay coworking space has both hot desks and dedicated offices that are available 24/7.
There are also private meeting rooms and “virtual offices,” which can be extremely useful for anyone moving to Hong Kong.
A day pass for The Great Room costs $HK400, and a monthly hot desk starts at $HK4,000. Private offices are available for as little as $HK6,000 a month.
You can visit The Great Room at 979 King’s Road, One Taikoo Place, Level 23, Quarry Bay or find out more information at thegreatroom.co/coworking-spaces-hongkong
The Hive Wan Chai is yet another one of the best coworking spaces in Hong Kong. The brand has coworking spaces throughout the city, but we love this location’s vibe.
This lovely space located in Wan Chai is perfect for digital nomads, entrepreneurs, and anyone who wants a dedicated workspace.
In addition to an amazing rooftop with potted palms, The Hive Wan Chai offers hot desks and dedicated desks and offices for workers.
There are also virtual office services, which can come in handy for anyone who has just relocated.
A hot desk membership to The Hive starts at $HK2,200 a month, while a private office costs $HK5,500 and up. Virtual office services start at $HK300 a month per person.
You can check out The Hive Wan Chai at 21st Floor, The Phoenix Building, No.23 Luard Road, Wan Chai or find more information at thehive.com.hk
Located in Kennedy Town, the one of a kind MakerHive is another ideal setting for remote work in Hong Kong.
In addition to standard desks, printers, and other office equipment, the venue has special equipment for makers.
MakerHive has hot desks, work benches, and private offices.
There are also unique perks like a soldering station, a sewing machine, and fabric cutting tables. Workers can also enjoy free coffee and tea.
MakerHive works with individual applicants to determine a fair price. The venue offers discounts to early stage startups working on Internet of Things-related projects.
Check out MakerHive at 10th floor, Cheung Hing Building, 12P Smithfield Road, Kennedy Town or at makerhive.com.hk
Located in Hong Kong’s Tin Hau neighborhood, this stylish coworking space is incredibly appealing.
The entire design is carried out in shades of black, white and gray – as the name would imply.
In addition to a wonderful ambience, Black & White offers a great deal of privacy. There is plenty of space between workstations, and private offices are available as well.
Air conditioning is turned on 24 hours a day and there is a relaxing common room with free coffee, tea, and water.
Hot Desks at Black & White start at HK$2,000 per day, with private rooms available from HK$4,000 daily.
You can check out Black & White yourself at 917A, Block B, Sea View Estate, 2 Watson Road, Tin Hau or online at www.metroworkspace.com/location/tin-hau
This stylish operation set directly above the Admiralty MTR Station is another one of the best coworking spaces in Hong Kong. The central location is ideal for combining a day of work with errands or sightseeing.
Metropolitan Workspace Admiralty operates 24 hours a day and offers free coffee, tea, and water.
Members can choose between hot desks, dedicated desks, and private offices, depending on their needs.
A hot desk at Metropolitan Workspace Admiralty starts at $HK2,500 per month, and a dedicated desk costs $HK3,500 and up. A private office at this Hong Kong coworking space starts at $HK7,000 each month.
Learn more about Metropolitan Workspace Admiralty at Unit 603, 6/F, Tower 1, Admiralty Centre, 18 Harcourt Road, Admiralty or at metroworkspace.com/location/admiralty
Another great option for those working remotely in Hong Kong is Servcorp, which has two locations in the city. We love the coworking space at One Peking Road for its accessibility and elegance.
Servcorp – One Peking Road has everything from virtual offices to hot desks to offices for teams that include support services like a receptionist and mail forwarding.
It’s easy to work with the staff to customize a package to your exact needs.
A monthly hot desking membership at Servcorp – One Peking Road starts at $HK2,400, while a dedicated desk costs $HK3,600 and up.
You can visit this Hong Kong coworking space in person at 1 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon or find out more information at servcorp.com.hk/en/coworking/locations/hong-kong/one-peking
WeWork’s stylish New Street location is another one of the best coworking spaces in Hong Kong. This spacious venue has a lot of natural light and enough room for up to 400 workers at a time.
WeWork New Street has hot desks, dedicated desks and private offices available to members. There are also meeting facilities and free coffee and beverages onsite.
A hot desk at WeWork New Street starts at $HK2,000 per month, and a dedicated desk costs $HK4,000 and up. A private office at this elegant Hong Kong coworking space starts at $HK5,500 per month.
You can check out WeWork New Street at G/F, 5-13 New Street, Tai Ping Shan or wework.hk/en-US/locations/new-street
Now that you have an overview of the best coworking spaces in Hong Kong, you can find the perfect place to work before you arrive. Each of these places offers workers an oasis of productivity.
Moving to Hong Kong is the perfect choice for digital nomads, entrepreneurs, and tech workers, and since the city is home to so many financial and tech companies. We hope this information helps you hit the ground running when you get to town.