Hong Kong is known for the variety of products offered in its markets. These Hong Kong street markets are also quite known for their cheap clothing, accessories, jewelry, and what not. Street markets are an essential part of Hong Kong’s culture. Locals also love these markets as they give great bargains and also a great atmosphere which adds to the wonderful experience of shopping. Street markets reflect both the modern as well as the contemporary settings of Hong Kong. Yes, they can be noisy and chaotic but they are the best places to know and experience more about the local culture.
The Best Of Hong Kong Street Markets
Make sure you explore them all on your trip to the city.
1. Ladies Market
This market offers more than 100 stalls and is known as the most popular market. It also offers great fashion goods and accessories at really cheap prices and is also surrounded by some best restaurants and eateries in the Mong Kok area. Although the name may suggest that it’s a place only for ladies but there are many options available for men’s too.
Location: Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok
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2. Temple Street Market
This market is the most ‘touristy’ market in Hong Kong and is a must do for all the tourists who visit Hong Kong. This market depicts more of the culture and most people here speak English. This is also known as the night market as it opens around 17:00 and carries on till 24:00.
3. PMQ Market
PMQ offers Mid-range art pieces, fashion jewelry and various fashion brands which are started by more than 100 young entrepreneurs. Local designers display their work to an international market here. This place is known best for fine arts, apparels and boutique fashion.
Location: 35 Aberdeen Street, SoHo, Central
4. Jade Market
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Jade offers a variety of ornaments with different prices according to the quality of jade. Here the sellers are hard to bargain with as they really claim the quality being sold to you. Even if you have no intention in buying you can just stroll through the market which gives you a sense of cultural significance of jade.
Location: Junction of Kansu Street and battery
5. Fa Yuen Street Market
Fa Yuen Street is a hidden gem. It is known as the sneaker market as the stalls turn into lines of sports shops and they sell the latest sneakers and shoes. They offer branded shoes such as Nike, Reebok, New Balance and more. This street is the epitome of a shoe shopping paradise.
Location: Mongkok, Kowloon
6. Cat Street
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Cat Street is a market for antique lovers. This market has antique furniture, trinkets, souvenirs, antique jade ornaments, and many fancy antiques and it is situated on upper Lascar Road. You can feel lost searching for this market but look for the central Mid-Level Escalators.
Location: Hollywood road, sheung wan
7. Apliu Market
Gadget Geeks need to visit this popular market which is known for new and second-hand electronics such as phones, TV’s, tablets, home appliances, and many more items at bargain prices. A gizmo geek will surely want to visit this place due to the amazing products and prices.
Location: Apliu Street, Kowloon
8. Tai Yuen Street
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A walk down the childhood lane is exactly what Tai Yuen street offers. The 80’s and 90’s children will feel nostalgic after going through this lane which has different vintage toys. They also have modern toys but the main attraction is the old toys presented here.
Location: Tai Yuen Street, Wan Chai
9. Shanghai Street
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Also known as ‘Shopping Paradise’ and ‘oriental Paris’ this street is quite popular. This city provides great shopping areas and Shanghai is the best one. Shanghai also has great traditional Chinese cuisine and it has the best Chinese cooking utensils.
Location: Shanghai street, yau ma tei
10. Goldfish Market
Goldfishes are considered to bring good fortune according to Hong Kongers. This area has many stalls selling fishes- mostly goldfishes. Apart from goldfishes, this place offers a variety of exotic animals such as snakes, lizards, turtles and many more.
Location: Tung Choi Street North
Other than these, there are more markets in Hong Kong for shopping addicts like Business Card Market, Wan Chai Street Market, Costume Market, and Golden Shopping Arcade. Escape to Hong Kong right way to experience everything that this city has to offer to satisfy the shopaholic in you!
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