Brand new Hong Kong Palace Museum, with over 900 Chinese treasures, opens July 2


The Hong Kong Palace Museum (pic) and M are the main attractions of the 40ha, multibillion-dollar West Kowloon Cultural District development, designed as a world-class arts hub. Photo: South China Morning Post

Visitors to the newly built Hong Kong Palace Museum at the city’s art hub in West Kowloon could pay anywhere from HK$50 to HK$120 (RM28 to RM68) for an entry ticket, with the venue expected to open on July 2.

The West Kowloon Cultural District Authority recently revealed the museum would open on July 2 as a key part of celebrations to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the city’s return to Chinese rule.

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