The much-awaited Tai Kwun in Central District is now open and reason enough for anyone to visit Hong Kong. It’s housed in an historic mid-19th century police station and prison where many of the old jail cells have been preserved. The complex contains cafes, galleries, design shops, and performance spaces. The jail has even been converted into a watering hole called Behind Bars! It’s a fun space and an interesting concept that’s definitely a must-visit in Hong Kong.
Contributors: JB Macatulad from Will Fly for Food