Finding artsy places will always be something I’d do whenever I’m out and about in another country. I just love seeing the art scene in different places. So, I was happy I get to squeeze in some time to wander off and finally see PMQ, which is a creative hub for different artists.
Basically, there are stores for artists to showcase their works. There are also some cafes around and some art galleries. It was perfect timing that when me and my sister got there, there were two art exhibits so we were lucky enough to see them. We even got a free tote bag by just answering their survey after viewing the gallery (yay for free stuff!). There were a lot of cool stuff inside and if I can just get them all, I will haha.
What I loved were the “Hong Kong on Steps” exhibit. Artists painted the steps and it was just incredible. So much for paintings on canvas, this one is the real deal.
After roaming around, we got ourselves some snacks from a cafe and guess what, that mason jar that I’m holding, they let you take it home with you (free stuff again yay).
This place is perfect if you want some alone time or maybe catch up with a friend. It’s relaxing because the place is not that crowded. I’m sure to go back here if ever I find myself in Hong Kong.
So, for all those artsy people out there, if ever you’re in Hong Kong, I sugget you visit this creative hub!
How to get there: Take the MTR and exit C in Central station. Turn left at Queen Victoria Street and take the Central Mid Level Escalator then turn right at Staunton Street and walk straight to PMQ.