A Guide to Living, Travelling, and Enjoying Hong Kong

A Guide to Living, Travelling, and Enjoying Hong Kong

Shopping and Markets

From everyday clothes and shoes to locally sourced gifts, Hong Kong is a shopper's Paradise.

::Markets::

Ladies Market - Tung Choi St. (MTR: Mong Kok, Exit E2)
(clothes, accessories, trinkets)

Temple Street Night Market - Jordan (MTR: Jordan, Exit A)
(everything - starts opening up by 4pm daily)

Stanley Market - Stanley (taxi or Bus 6, 6A, 6X, 260 - from Central)

Wan Chai Street Market - Wan Chai (MTR: Wan Chai)
(everyday items, accessories, trinkets, fabric, toys, flowers - opens by 8am daily)

Western Market - Sheung Wan (MTR: Sheung Wan, Exit A1 or C)
(everything, also holds a bakery, restaurant)

Jade Market - Jade Street (MTR: Yau Ma Tei, Exit C)
(jade, trinkets, small sculptures)

Flower Market Road - Mong Kok (MTR: Prince Edward, exit B2 or Mong Kok, exit C)
(flowers)

Goldfish Market - Mong Kok (MTR: Prince Edward, Exit B2 or Mong Kok, exit C)
(fish)

Bird Market - Mong Kok (MTR: Prince Edward, Exit B1)
(pet  birds)

Cat Street - Upper Lascar Row, Sheung Wan (MTR: Sheung Wan, exit A2)
(antiques)

Graham & Peel Street Market - Central (MTR: Central, Exit H, or Sheung Wan, exit E2)
(wet market - fruit, veg., meat, fish, and other everyday goods)


::Shoes to Order::


::Tailors::