Timings : 7:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Time Required : 2-3 hours
Entry Fee : No entry fee
PMQ, or Police Married Quarters, is a creative design hub at Aberdeen Street, Hong Kong’s Central district. This Grade III Historical building is now a hip location for boutiques, art galleries, flea markets, designer studios, and jewelry stores. It is famous for its award-winning experimental restaurants as well.
PMQ has two towers – Hollywood and Staunton – named after the respective roads that they face. Frequented by travellers of all ages – especially those seeking a unique, hipster experience - PMQ was once a college and then the official residence of Hong Kong’s police personnel. Today, the complex is home to unconventional art installations, a young clientele, and futuristic studios. The wide range of stores and products make PMQ the perfect stop for both Hong Kong’s elite and savvy tourists alike.
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