Postal Address (for mail & delivery) MakerBay, 16 Sze Shan Street, C1 Yau Tong Industrial Building Block 2 Yau Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong* 九龍油塘四山街16號油塘工業大廈2座C1/C2室* *(Entrance is located at the back of the industrial building on Shung Yiu Street 崇耀街)
Hours of Operation Monday - Saturday : 10:00 - 19:00 Sunday: closed to public, open 24/7 to studio members
Closed on Public Holidays to public, open 24/7 to studio members
Telephone / Whatsapp +852 9610 8167
Open House Tuesday 17:00 - 19:00 If you cannot come at our open house, please arrange a visit with email@example.com
Group Visit (more than 4 people) Groups MUST book at least 7 days in advance. 30 minutes tour 50HKD/ Person If you want a presentation or a mini workshop get in touch for a quote: contact@MakerBay.org
From Central or Mongkok is around 25-30 minutes by MTR
Travel to Yau Tong MTR Station take Exit A1
Walk to the far end of the outdoor mall, make a right past the elevators and take the exit down to Cha Kwo Ling Road (past HSBC ATM machine).
On Cha Kwo Ling Road, make a left and walk uphill to the traffic light. Cross the street and take the first on the right onto Sze Shan Street.
Once on Sze Shan Street, take the third alley on the right which takes you to Shung Yiu Street. Make a left onto Shung Yiu Street.
Our bright orange door is on the left hand side - across from a large residential construction site.
Shortcut for athletic visitors (yes, you): After exiting onto Cha Kwo Ling Road, cross the road and walk up Ko On Lane (directly opposite the base of the stairs). At the bend of the lane, walk up the small slope on the right of the gray building (along a metal fence) which will take you directly to Shung Yiu Street. This back alley short cut takes you only 5 minutes from the MTR to MakerBay!
For a short stay, visitors can park on the street outside of MakerBay.
Take Airport Express to Hong Kong Station, walk underground within MTR station to Central Station, change to Island Line, take train toward Chai Wan, get off at North Point, change to Tseung Kwan O or Po Lam Line and get off at Yau Tong Station.
From ShenzhenBy Train (around 1 hour and 30 minutes)
Wan Chai Ferry Pier -> Star Ferry Pier in Tsim Sha Tsui (TST), 2.5HKD (weekday) / 3.4 HKD (weekend) + 13HKD for the regular bike (most expensive) / 8 minute journey. Every 8-20 minutes depending on peak/off-peak hours. (Note: Maximum of 10 bicycles per departure during non-peak hours.) The ride to Yau Tong is long and a bit dangerous.