West Kowloon Cultural District is buzzing. It seems that every month since its launch, there’s a new exciting and enticing concept to visit, making it the latest destination for gourmands and art enthusiasts. Opening late last year, FAM 囍公館 is one of the most popular venues in the area, decked with stylish interiors and an extensive menu. It’s recently launched its takeaway picnic concept for diners to sit out in the grass, and spend the experience outdoors. We made a trip to West Kowloon Cultural District’s FAM 囍公館 to try the dim sum picnic set.
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It may seem like a bit of a trek to get to West Kowloon Cultural District (WKCD), but if you take the MTR to Kowloon Station, it’s only a 15-minute walk away from the exit. Alternatively, there’s the minibus option, or you can take a taxi/car directly to the location. WKCD is Hong Kong’s largest arts and cultural project to date, comprising 40 hectares on the wedge-shaped reclaimed waterfront land, west of Yau Ma Tei. There’s plenty to see and do here, and the location will only expand in cultural activities—including art and space museums, to name a few.