This market is located in Stanley New Street and Stanley Market Road, Stanley, South Hong Kong Island. After you reach MTR Hong Kong Station, take Exit D and then you can take bus 6, 6A, 6X, 66 or 260 from Exchange Square bus terminus right outside Exit D. If you are at Causeway Bay Station then taking Exit F1 and then take bus 40 to reach this street market. If you are outside Silvercord Centre you can take bus 973 from the Canton Road in Tsim Sha Tsui.
Cat Street Market:
This market is located at Upper Lascar Row, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong Island.
When you reach Sheung Wan Station, take Exit A2 and walk along Hillier Street to Queen's Road Central and then take the stairway on your right to Lascar Row.
From MTR Central Station you need to take Exit D2 then turn right onto Theatre Lane and walk along Queen's Road Central towards The Center and lastly take the Central-Mid-Levels Escalator to Hollywood Road and reach your destination.
It depends upon where you are coming from if you are coming from a hotel or just have been shopping while going to Ladies Market. Although it is about 1.5 kilometers north of Temple Street. Once you reach Mongkok Subway Station you need to take Exit E2 and take Bus 6 along Nathan Road or walk across two crossings. This street market is located in the center of the city different means of transport are easily available. If you are nearby then walking is probably the best option.
Temple Street Night Market:
You need to reach the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station or whichever is closest and then take the Kwun Tong line northwards, go towards Kwun Tong and leave the train at Jordan Station. Now take Exit A as it is the closest exit to the Temple Street Night Market. After taking the exit you need to turn right and walk along Jordan Road about 3 blocks and you will see a large red Chinese gateway which is an entrance to Temple Street. It is advised to reach the market in the evening time to enjoy the night market.
Seafood Street Market:
Once you reach Shuang Wan Subway Station you need to take Exit B and walk left to Morrison Street and Wing Lok Street and then turn right onto Seafood Street which lies between Queen Street and Centre Street.