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Outdoor Green Journey & Art Jamming

Bored at home and looking for fun and creative ways to entertain the kids? Why not take a breath of fresh air in the city’s oasis at K11 MUSEA with family-friendly tours and workshops! Embark on an outdoor wellness journey starting with a docent-guided tour to learn about sustainability through its design.

 

Let your child’s imagination run free with a guided outdoor tour where they will learn about different elements of nature (sky, sea, land), and discover over 180 native and exotic species and marine life at Nature Discovery Park, 8F. Treating this urban park as a studio, children can take inspiration from the surrounding greenery to create their own nature art. If that is not enough, add on to your day with their series of creative and wellness workshops available.

 

Public tours

1) Sat 29 Feb 11am-12nn

2) Sun 1 Mar 11am-12nn

Adult $120 each, Kids $60 each

*Max 8 pax per session, including adult & kids

 

K11 MUSEA’s sustainable design

Designed in Portuguese limestone, this cultural-retail landmark features outer green walls that is equivalent to the surface area of 18 tennis courts. Greenery extends within K11 MUSEA from the largest indoor green cabinet, a green roof featuring urban farms to alfresco dining restaurants and outdoor dining area perfect for nature lovers. There are plenty of outdoor spaces to relax; whether it is taking a stroll along the promenade and enjoy the artworks or explore the green space at the Bohemian Garden on the 7th Floor. K11 MUSEA’s designs its indoor air quality at standards comparable to hospitals’ through MERV 14 filters and an outdoor air ventilation system that exceeds ASHRAE international standards by 30% to effectively reduce indoor pollutants. With guests’ wellness in mind, free and clean drinking water of quality comparable to the WELL Building Standard’s can be fround on B2, 3F and 7F.

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