Looking to explore some local markets in Hong Kong? Well you’re in luck! Markets here in Hong Kong are known for their products, street food, and bargaining. Whether you’re into buying some souvenirs or wanting to get a glimpse of Hong Kong’s markets, this article will provide you with the top markets to visit.
- Ladies Market. The Ladies Market, located off Nathan road in Mong Kok, is a very famous street market for its bargained products. You’ll see goods from clothes, accessories, to souvenirs here. It opens from noon till midnight, but it’s recommended to get there after 7pm to get the full experience of The Ladies Market.
- Temple Street Night Market. Another popular night market, is the Temple Street Night Market. Similar to the Ladies Market, the Temple Street Night Market, contains products that can be bargained. The products you can expect to see at the night market are electronics, clothes, antiques, and souvenirs. This market opens from 4 till midnight.
- Stanley Market. The Stanley Market used to be a fishing village, near the beach. Since it’s near the beach, you can find many restaurants and bars nearby. The Stanley Market is a great place to buy Chinese style antiques, clothes, and arts. If you’re heading out to Stanley Beach, make sure to check out the market as well!
- Flower Market Road. Now if you’re interested in flowers, Hong Kong has the Flower Market Road in Mong Kok. Whether you’re trying to buy flowers or just to check them out, this flower market has many types of flowers.
- Yuen Po Street Bird Market. Also located in Mong Kok, the Yuen Po Street Bird Market showcases many songbirds. So, if you want get away from Mong Kok’s busy city, check out the bird market. You’ll be bound to surround yourself with beautiful songbirds.
- Jade Market. The Jade Market, located off Yau Ma Tei, displays many kinds of jade jewelleries. You’ll be able to find jade in bracelets, trinkets, rings, and pendants.
- Sheung Wan Market. The Sheung Wan Market, also known as Queen Street Cooked Food Centre, offers many types of dishes. Foods from different cultures can be found here such as Italian, Vietnamese, and many more! A great thing about this market is that it’s wallet friendly! So, if you’re into yummy foods, check out the Sheung Wan Market.