Dialogue in the Dark is a new and different from ordinary Hong Kong tourist attractions. In complete darkness, visually impaired staff will guide the sighted to explore Hong Kong in a different angle in this specially constructed exhibition.
Be ready to discover parts of Hong Kong that you have never seen! Let your eyes take a break as you are immersed into complete darkness. Inside the exhibition, there are five different settings: a park, a market, a movie theater and a cafÃ©. Each of the settings has unique sounds, smells, textures and even tastes; without eyesight, you will have to depend on your other senses to discover yourself!
We have professionally trained visually impaired staff who will be there to lead you through the exhibition every step of the way. In the dark, the blind becomes sighted while the sighted are led by the blind - our roles are reversed. You will learn to appreciate the world without eyesight - there is still so much beauty to be found without light.
The exhibition is a unique journey through the dark that is not only fun and exciting, but will also alter your perception towards visually impaired people and the way you use your other senses in daily life.
See this video to give you a quick tour of what's Dialogue in the Dark Hong Kong is all about:
Dialogue in the Dark opening hours: 10:00 - 19:30 (Close on Mondays)
Tour duration: 75 mins
The Dialogue in the Dark exhibition is located at shop 215, 2/F, The Household Centre, Nob Hill, 8 King Lai Path, Mei Foo, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
Here's the location map of the Dialogue in the Dark exhibition:
Instructions via MTR:
Take the MTR Tsuen Wan Line trains to Mei Foo station Exit C (Mei Foo is also an interchange station to the West Rail Line trains), cross the street and turn right. Walk 50 meters and take your next left. Along the road there is the public library on your right, and you will pass a swimming pool on your left. Straight ahead of you is the Household Centre. Pass underneath the bridge, and enter the shopping mall via the escalators. Please refer to the map above.
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