Juen Juen Gung – Hong Kong - Atlas Obscura

Juen Juen Gung

An otherworldly "cave" created by an artist in a Hong Kong factory building. 

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Since the 1980s, much of the manufacturing scene in Hong Kong has moved to mainland China. As a result, the use of industrial buildings has since diversified into providing space for creative endeavors such as art studios, rehearsal rooms, ateliers, and galleries. And in at least one place, a cave has been carved out of an industrial building flat.

Juen Juen Gung is the work of artist Vaevae Chan. The former factory space has been filled with artificial rocks, sculptures, lights, and more, creating an immersive otherworldly experience. A maximum of three people are allowed in the cave at any one time, and visitors are provided small flashlights that they can use to discover mysterious objects placed throughout the space.

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Visits are by appointment only. You can find more information on the website.

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