One of the biggest conservation projects in recent Hong Kong history, the former Police Married Quarters has been revitalised as a centre for all things creative and design-based. More than 100 creative enterprises can be found at PMQ, where old residential units have been converted into small boutiques and design studios selling handmade products from jewellery to homeware goods. Pop-up stores from international designers are also a common occurrence at PMQ and the regular night markets are particularly popular among design enthusiasts.
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Things to do
Cross Generations @Mart Box
As the town celebrates the 20th anniversary of the handover, head down memory lane and pop along to PMQ for a special tribute to classic Hong Kong brands, from traditional local food to favourite old products. You’ll find limited edition craft beer by...Food and drink events Until Sunday July 2 2017 Free
Endless Summer Hong Kong International Ska Reggae Festival 2017
After launching in 2015, the city’s International Reggae Festival is now one of the biggest highlights of the musical calendar. Returning to PMQ with its third edition, the festival is a welcome injection of diversity to our often staid music scene. This...Reggae and dancehall Saturday August 26 2017