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AMC Pacific Place

Cinemas, Multiplex Admiralty
Seats at AMC Pacific Place

AMC’s flagship cinema on Hong Kong Island

Recently renovated, AMC’s Pacific Place outpost is now better than ever. With its location within Pacific Place mall and close to Star Street precinct, there’s plenty of options before or after your movie. For the cheapest tickets, morning screenings are just $85 and on Tuesday all movies cost $100 rather than the standard $120.

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Venue name: AMC Pacific Place
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Address: 1/F, Pacific Place
88 Queensway Road
Admiralty
Hong Kong

Transport: Admiralty MTR Station, exit F
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