Pottinger Street, also known as Stone Slabs Street since the street is paved unevenly by granite stone steps. It was named in 1858 after Henry Pottinger, the first Governor of Hong Kong. Kids love this street for its stimulating colors, fancy-dress costumes, and dress-up props. Let’s just say Halloween is a very busy time here! The street is not large making navigation easy. You will find wigs, costumes for kids and adults, face paint, boas, glittering hats, swords, and so much more! Happy shopping and see you at the party!
Opening Hours: 10am-6pm daily!
MAKE AN OUTING WITH THE KIDS! For those in the area, there is an amazing gelato store that is right down the steps – head over to Messina for amazing handmade gelato!
Who does not like to dress-up? Not us! Pottinger Street Hong Kong rocks!
Halloween costume shoppers big and small! What's more, the street is open year round so any occasion you need for fancy dress...they have you sorted here!
Planning a party? This street also has loads of seasonal decorations including Christmas lights and ornaments, Halloween decorations, and more.
How to get to Pottinger Street? Take MTR to Central Station, get out from Exit D2. Walk towards Queen's Road and turn right. Walk down Queen's Road and Pottinger Street will be on the left.
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