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Chocolart Studio sets up for all ages offering relaxing and pleasurable experience of art jamming and painting in Hong Kong. Featuring a 270-degree window's view, bright sunlight floods the studio in the afternoons, making it feel especially warm...more
Hours Today: 10:00 - 22:00
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2B, Yan King Court, 119-121 Queen's Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong 852, China
I have been Here a few times with my husband. At first, my husband was not an art fan at all, but the relaxing atmosphere made him love it. He can Express himself through GREAT guidance of teachers Here. Also release pressure from work and...More
It's not expected that I can find my talent on drawing after having class in the studio. The tutor is patient and brain-storm me with idea on the drawings.
The price are reasonable.
Nice one, will keep going with friends
Apart from art jamming, I had a private birthday party there and really enjoyed the warm & relaxing environment! There are also many creative art pieces around, feel really "art"!
And the owner is so nice! Highly recommend!!! :)
Thanks a lot for teachers being so patient and friendly. There are great variety of art work you can perform in the studio and all the art products look amazing !! The place is super lovely and families, friends can do art work and have...More
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