With high rental prices, we’ve curated a special list of co-working spaces in Hong Kong that accommodate all budgets.
For digital nomads, start-ups, or freelancers, it can be tricky to pay a hefty upfront cost to set up a traditional office or workspace. Fortunately, Hong Kong has got a large variety of co-working spaces that comes with perks such as networking opportunities, the ability to meet new people & friends, and flexibility. Let’s delve into some of the co-working spaces in Hong Kong for all budgets.
With 9 locations across Hong Kong, from Central to Sai Kung, The Hive offers beautifully designed open-plan flexible workspaces with hot desks, shared/private offices & meeting rooms for members. They’ve also got free coffee, printers, superfast wifi, community events & mail-handling services available!
Hot Desking starts from HKD $1,250 per month and Day passes from HKD $300 a day.
Check out the different addresses here.
The Wave provides users with a serviced office as well as a co-working space to give “wavers” (the members) a well-rounded integrated business platform. Their location in Kwun Tong satisfies the needs of entrepreneurs, nomads & SMEs. The Wave places great importance on holding exclusive regular community events for wavers to produce more chances for business promotions and collaborations. Perks include 24-hour access, mailing service, fast wifi, and complimentary refreshments!
Day passes are available for HKD $128 and hot desk for HKD $2000 per month.
Address? Level 10, The Wave, 4 Hing Yip Street, Kwun Tong
theDesk is a platform of spaces, services, and online immersive experiences to support the ever-changing workforce and business growth. They’ve got tons of locations to accommodate city dwellers from all over to give a comfortable and fun social experience. The bright and contemporary interior spaces will inspire you, whilst the meeting rooms provide a quiet hideaway for all your meetings.
They offer flexible pricing options by the hour, day or month so make sure to enquire about all your needs.
Forget coffee shops, go to one of Spaces’ locations! They offer a vibrant working environment with co-working spaces, private offices, and meeting rooms for all your business needs. Superfast wifi and excellent coffee brewed by real baristas are what you need to recharge and fuel your day!
Co-working membership from HKD $1,380 per month. Click here to see more.
You can’t help but feel laid-back and cozy at MyBase, whether in Mong Kok or Causeway Bay. The vibe is welcoming with the amazing view, greenery, and light wood, reminiscent of the Scandinavian essence. Grab a cup of coffee and utilize the hot desks, comfy sofa, and meeting room with your complimentary drinks & snacks.
Day passes start from HKD $148 and they also offer a first trial price of $88 for 3 hours. Just click here to try it out.
Ooosh co-working spaces provide a clean and cozy environment for all its members. They’ve got useful and cost-saving amenities for tech businesses and talents in Hong Kong. Members can take advantage of their flexible membership plans that include perks like the usage of meeting rooms and common areas, 24/7 secure access, and fast Internet.
Check out their locations here.
Situated in Kwun Tong, WanderLoft is the first design-focused coworking space in Hong Kong. WanderLoft strives to be the destination that integrates global and artistic elements into the workspace. Their tailored workspaces will enable you to reach your goals in a peaceful spot. Plus free coffee is a great perk.
Day passes are available for HKD $130 per person. Book online or just walk in.
You might have heard of the world-renowned WeWork co-working space stationed across the globe. They’ve got several spaces in Hong Kong including Central & Wan Chai, that can rival the trendiest coffee shops. The cozy desks and sofas make it so easy to get your work done and have a productive day. Connect with other like-minded individuals in this beautiful & contemporary space.
Hot desks are available from HKD $2,000 a month, depending on the location.
There are so much more co-working spaces in Hong Kong for all budgets. The list goes on and on with remote working and start-ups on the rise.