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PMQ, Hong Kong

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Explore the galleries and shops of PMQ, a former police dormitory cum hot spot for the design and fashion industries. Check out the small stores selling an array of items made by promising local designers, whose work includes clothing, jewelry, accessories, and furniture. Admire the displays of young artists in the galleries, and hunt for one-of-a-kind gifts and souvenirs to take back home. Stop for a cup of coffee at a trendy cafe, or try some delicious food and snacks at one of the many onsite restaurants. Make PMQ a centerpiece of your Hong Kong vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Hong Kong vacation trip planner.
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  • The building itself is worth seeing (its heritage has been preserved in a really cool way) and the artist-run shops inside have lots of cool, unique finds. The only downside? All the clothes, jewelry ...  more »
  • This place similar to be a bit of art, architecture, fashion design, living and gift item design show and sales. Product are quite pricey since they are hand made and create for some consumer who woul...  more »
  • Visiting from London for a few days and not at all interested in the usual blingy malls that HK has to offer, the girl at our hotel suggested we look up PMQ. I'm so glad that she did. Quite why they h...  more »
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  • Cool shops to check out. I recommend taking the elevators to the highest floor and then walk down. There are different shops you can check out and seating areas here and there that are nice for a break. I found a piano you can play on one of the floors. Prices are a bit higher in the shops, but they have pretty creative things you can check out.
  • Cool shops featuring local designers but a bit overpriced... then again any good design is costly. Got some great bakeries too
  • Featuring a lot of local designers work and products that aren't commonly found in malls, it's a cool place to explore and see what quirky items you may find. However there doesn't seem to be much crowds at the time i visited and almost half the building is empty. Things are also not cheap/worth to spend a bomb on here so be prepared to just window shop
  • PMQ houses around 100 design and creative enterprises in a revitalised historical site in Central, Hong Kong. It's a wonderful place that tourists can't miss out when visiting Hong Kong!
  • Old Police Dormitory renovated into a complex focusing on local designs and workshops. Fun place to learn about old Hong Kong and appreciating modern arts