Street Markets in Hong Kong
Street markets are a great way to cut straight to the heart of a city and Hong Kong’s bazaars have everything it takes to make you fall in love with her.
This market in Kowloon takes its name from the large assortment of women’s clothing and accessories as well as home furnishings and children’s clothes sold here.
Dig a little deeper into the 100-odd stalls here and you can pick up almost anything at rock-bottom prices. On the flipside, don’t expect quality and definitely don’t let the ‘designer’ labels fool you.
Location: Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon.
There are many reasons you want to visit Stanley Market, located in a sleepy seaside town with a laidback feel.
Temple Street Night Market
When you think ‘Temple Street’, think drama, cheap theatre, Chinatown and festivities.
Cat Street Market
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Located on Kansu Street in Kowloon, this market will knock your socks off for the sheer variety and elegance of its products, mainly jewellery and decorative items crafted from jade.
Strolling through this market in Kowloon is oddly reminiscent of the 90 minutes you spent watching Finding Nemo.