5+ Best Work-Friendly Cafes In Hong Kong To Work Remotely

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In the heart of the bustling metropolis, Hong Kong stands adorned with a plethora of remarkable cafes and restaurants.

Whenever I was travelling in the new places, I love trying local food, but I also keep an eye out for cafes where I can comfortably work. It’s all about finding a cozy spot that welcomes both good coffee and productivity! 

During my trip to Hong Kong, I was delighted to discover several outstanding cafes in the city. Hong Kong also has a free public WiFi service that covers many parts of the city.In this post, I will share the work-friendly cafes in Hong Kong that worth a visit! 

Work-friendly cafes in Hong Kong
Work-friendly cafes in Hong Kong

Elephant Grounds

For a blend of trendy aesthetics and a laid-back atmosphere, head to Elephant Grounds. It has grown to a multi-chain cafes. You can find it in several part of Hong Kong. One of my favourite is the one at Hollywood Road.

This café is known for its Instagram-worthy interiors, but it also caters to the needs of remote workers. The spacious layout, reliable Wi-Fi, and an extensive menu featuring coffee, brunch, and desserts make it an ideal spot for a productive work session.

It opens early at 8 am, perfect for early risers. The place is roomy, and the extensive menu ensures you can find everything you desire in the cafe.

Opening Hours : Daily 8am – 8 pm

Contact : +852 3580 0554


Kubrick Cafe

If you love books and coffee like I am, you will definitely love Kubrick cafe.

Situated in the Yau Ma Tei district, Kubrick Café is a unique space that combines a bookstore, café, and cultural hub. It is a popular bookstore and cafe among the locals.

The café’s serene environment provides a quiet retreat from the city’s hustle and bustle. Its wooden interior design especially attracts me. 

With its ample natural light, comfortable seating, and a variety of beverages, Kubrick Café invites digital nomads to immerse themselves in their work while surrounded by literary inspiration.

Opening Hours : Daily 11:30 am – 10:00 pm

Contact : +852 2384 8929


Common Ground Workshop

Common Ground Workshop is slightly different from the rest on the list. It is actually a co-working space.

However, this co-working space has a vibe that is so welcoming and I decided to put it on the list to visit. 

Tucked away in the vibrant district of Wan Chai, Common Ground Workshop is a hidden gem for those seeking a quiet and creative workspace. It opens 24 hours, which is suitable for people who prefer to work late at night.

Opening Hours : 24 hours

Contact : +852 3911 0600

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NOC Coffee Co.

NOC Coffee Co at Sai Ying Pun boasts a modern spacious cafe vibe that welcomes digital nomads to get their productivity up with a sip of coffee.

NOC Coffee Co. is one of the work-friendly cafes that I highly recommended to digital nomads. 

With a modern interior, a variety of coffee blends, and a calm ambiance, it’s an ideal place to set up a workspace here.

Opening Hours : Daily 8:00 am – 6:00 pm 

Contact : +852 3611 5300

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Cupping Room

The Cupping Room stands as a haven for coffee enthusiasts and remote workers alike. From coffee shop to coffee roastery, Cupping Room has expanded its coffee chain to several outlets in Hong Kong and one in Singapore.

This charming café is renowned for its specialty coffee and welcoming atmosphere, providing a diverse range of seating options. Whether you’re diving into a focused work session or simply savoring a cup of their exceptional brew, The Cupping Room offers a delightful blend of productivity and relaxation in one of Hong Kong’s vibrant districts.

Opening Hours : Daily 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Contact : +852 2799 3398

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Hong Kong’s diverse café scene offers a plethora of options for digital nomads seeking a comfortable and work-friendly environment. From the trendy streets of Causeway Bay to the cultural hub of Yau Ma Tei, these cafés provide the perfect blend of productivity and relaxation.

I know finding a great cozy place to get your work done in Hong Kong is not easy. So here is a list that I highly recommend. Pack your laptop, grab your favourite brew, and explore these hidden gems for a productive workday in the vibrant city of Hong Kong.