Street Art Walking Tour





Do you know the street art you pass by every day might be a masterpiece from a world famous artist?

Can you imagine that a humble painting on the wall of a small alley could worth $2 million?

Are you aware that your favorite piece of street art is very likely to be gone the next day?


Come and join us for the one hour tour around SOHO area! For the very first time, we are going to share with you the stories behind the fabulous hidden art pieces in the most secret streets in Hong Kong。

Price: HKD 165 Per Person

When: Every Sunday 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM English; 11.30 AM – 12.30 PM Mandarin

Max: 12 Participants per tour

Who: Art lovers with inquisitive mind

Wear and accessory: comfortable shoes, and maybe umbrella in rainy days. Please note that the tour does not cover insurance

Meet Up Point: G.O.D, 48 Hollywood Road, Central

How to get there: Get out from Central MTR station exit D and take the Central-Mid Level Escalator to Hollywood Road. Go along the Hollywood Road toward west, and G.O.D is at the first corner.

Cancellation Policy: Please note all tickets are neither exchangeable nor refundable. Tour will only be cancelled under announcement of Red/Black rainstorm warning or Typhoon #3 or above from HK observatory

Reschedule Policy: if you have any unexpected reason to reschedule the tour, please notify us 24 hours in advance




It is those idle days in Cuba that gives Olivia the luxury to sit in museums and galleries all day, doing nothing but watching art works. That experience changed her relation with art. When she came to Hong Kong, she found so many galleries and studios in addition to the famous skylines of the city. These places have redefined the world she is living in, just as art did. She wants to share this with people who is seeking for a different flavor of daily routine and get to know more about the city.


By the age of 4, not only had Diana become a finger-painting prodigy, but was also a mastermind in the technical convolutions of noodle art. Having grown up in the midwest and gone to University in the south of the U.S., moving to Hong Kong brought on an immense curiosity for cultural diversity.
For her, every art piece is a collection of stories told from a viewpoint no one else is unique to. Whether it’s stencil, spray paint, stickers or posters, street art serves as a natural and more relatable platform for these stories to be told.
In her tour, Diana hopes to communicate that in this generation, people no longer have to spend decades practicing brush strokes to be an artist, they just need the desire to express.

Disclosure: Tours operated by Klook, with travel agency license number 354005.