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    must visit place of Mongkok

    Mongkok has some of the best markets in Hong Kong. It is the best place for shopping and eating. Whether it’s a market, food, entertainment, or just the opportunity to soak in the vibe, Mongkok has it all. Of all the things to do here, Mongkok shopping is the best since it lets you take home amazing goods and brings you up, close and personal with Hong Kong’s charming culture.

    Best Places For Mongkok Shopping

    Here’s where you must head in Mongkok for a surreal shopping experience

    1. Flowers Market

    Flowers Market in Mongkok

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    On an aptly named street called Flower Market Street, this was originally a wholesale market in the 70s. During the 90s, it became popular with the average consumers and now sells to both. It is lovely to stroll along the beautiful flowers and potted plants. It is right next to the Birds Market, so it is really two birds with one stone to visit the two together, making it the best place for Mongkok shopping.

    Address: Flower Market Road, Prince Edward
    Timings: 9:30 AM – 7:30 PM
    Google rating: 4.1/5


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    2. Birds Garden Hong Kong

    popular garden in Mongkok

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    Birds Garden also known as the Yuen Po Birds Market, is a place dedicated to the Chinese songbird tradition. It is a bit of a dying hobby, popular only among the older generation. Songbird tradition has a long history in China where songbirds are kept in wooden cages and sing. Although the market itself is long-standing, it was relocated to the current location in the 1990s due to re-development of the site (it is now Langham place). However, all the shops inside are still the ones from years before.

    Address: At the end of Flower Market Road next to Boundary Street
    Timings: 7 AM – 8 PM
    Google rating: 3.8/5

    3. Ladies Market

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    Probably the most famous market on this list, Ladies Market is the first government-sanctioned hawker market in Hong Kong. Established in 1975 for vendors, it now boasts over 100 stores selling all kind of knick-knacks. The name, however, originated from the fact that they sell ladies’ clothes in the beginning chiefly. It is an interesting place to visit as the merchandise there strong reflect current trends. The high red white blue plastic store coverings and myriad of goods also make for a unique sight.

    Address: Tung Choi Street, Mongkok
    Google rating: 3.8/5

    4. Argyle Centre

    heaven for female shoppers

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    Argyle Centre is a haven for female shoppers in Mangkok. It’s akin to the cross between the stalls you find in other Southeast Asia market. A lot of shops sell the same stuff, so if you spot something you like, make sure you look all around the three stories before you buy. It is connected to the New Plaza, which is distinguishable with the brighter, more conventional mall-appearance.

    Address: One Mong Kok Road Commercial Centre, 1 Mong Kok Road, Mongkok
    Google rating: 3.7/5

    5. This is Our Place T.O.P

    brand new mall in Mongkok

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    T.O.P, a brand new mall that has opened in mid-2018. It is connected to the Argyle Center and is home to some hip and boutique shops. While a lot of the places are still in the opening stag, you can find some quirky design and cute design in the mall itself. So far, its main attraction is the bridge that connects to the second floor of Argyle Centre with its colorful glass windows.

    Address: 700 Nathan Road, Mong Kok
    Google rating: 3.6/5

    6. Fa Yuen Street

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    Fa Yuen Street is home to another street market, one that caters to the local market as opposed to tourists and sell a myriad of fruits, vegetable, electronics, and clothes. For those who want to buy fashionable wears, go to the side streets where the none-stalls are. These will have names, though are often meaningless and a new shop would soon replace an old. The northern ends have some thrift and factory-outlet style shops for the thrifty as well.

    Address: Fa Yuen Street, between Prince Edward West and Argyle street
    Timings: 10 AM – 7 PM
    Google rating: 3.6/5

    7. Allied Plaza

    shopping place in Mongkok

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    If neither of the above tickles your fancy, then you can hop over to Allied Plaza as well. It is smaller than the above-mentioned places, but the daily shopping can be done here. This place does have a lot to explore.

    Address: 760 Nathan Road, Prince Edward
    Timings: 11:30 AM – 9 PM
    Google rating: 3.2/5

    8. Mongkok Computer Center

    electronic item market

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    Let’s venture away from clothes and discuss electronics. There are more and more stores popping up that sells phone cases, USB cable etc, and while Sham Shui Po is always home to the most choices, you can get most of what you want at Mongkok Computer Centre too. It’s towards the southern end of Mongkok near Sneaker Street. Hong Kong is famous for buying electronics for the cheap.

    Address: 8-8A Nelson St, Mong Kok
    Timings: 10 AM – 11 PM
    Google rating: 3.7/5

    9. Sino Centre

    luxurious place for shopping

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    If you aren’t looking for particularly high-tech gadgets, Sino Plaza should suit your need. Located along Nathan Road, it is mainly for games and phone or tablet related accessories. There are also a few comic book stores and hair product stores thrown into the mix.

    Address: Mong Kok
    Timings: 12 noon – 11 PM
    Google rating: 4/5

    10. Langham Place

    shopping complex in Mong Kok

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    Langham Place is a shopping complex in Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong. The complex occupies two blocks
    defined by Argyle Street, Portland Street, Shantung Street, and Reclamation Street. Langham Place Tower has a gross floor area of 17,000m2. It comprises of 59-storey office tower, a 15-level shopping center with two basement levels, and so much to experience. It is the second vertical mall in Hong Kong. It’s another distinctive feature is the 9-storey glass atrium which lets in natural lighting and allows passerby to look through the middle of the building.

    Address: Langham Place Shopping Mall, 8 Argyle Street, Mong Kok
    Google rating: 4/5

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