We enjoyed the atmosphere and buzz of the night market. The street food was delicious but cost more than expected.
Buzzing with activity in the night hours. Most of the goods are of poor quality but that is no surprise... Lots of food places for the brave, cheap clothing stores and lots of noise, color and atmosphere. An enjoyable way to spend an evening in Hong Kong...
This is a great night market, but you better be able to haggle because most starting prices are more than double what their willing to sell it for. Many knock-off purses, bags, electronics, and other brands, but they also have quite a few original things there too. Overall, definitely worth the trip here at night if you're in HK.
This is a long market broken into two sections, it starts about 6 but doesn't heat up till about 8 and finishes between 11 and 12 depending on tourist levels and weather, outdoor food is excellent and I have tried it many times, most of the items on sale are genuine fakes (lol) but it is so worth going just... More
A bustling market in the heart of Kowloon. Don't expect 'genuine' brand names at discount prices but bargain to your hearts content whilst spending a pittance and very entertaining it is too. If eating 'on the street' is your fancy, this could also be the place for you. Enjoy the experience and don't worry if the goods fall apart or... More
This guy has a stand with backpacks and messenger bags on both sides of the wall, he over-quotes you and his bags are terrible quality. He is rude and even more rude if you try to negotiate with him. He will mouth you off when you leave even if you buy something. Stay away.
Went on a Tuesday night - probably not the busiest night to go. Lots of bored traders selling lots of boring stuff. Same old carved figures, cheap socks, dodgy sex toys, watches, jewel leery, odd fortune tellers and rubbish karaoke. All up a pretty tired and old market just going through the motions. There's so much better.
Walked the whole length of the market and there is not much variety in the items sold. Also, all the items sold here can be bought in Divisoria (Manila, Philippines) for way, way, waaaay cheaper prices. We also saw a dash cam for sale here that we just bought that day at 298 Computer Zone (http://www.tripadvisor.com.ph/Attraction_Review-g294217-d4520525-Reviews-298_Computer_Zone-Hong_Kong.html). I'm so glad that... More
we did all most of the major markets in Hong Kong. Temple st markets were cheaper than Ladies market. got some good bargains, haggled a bit, but dont expect the shop keepers to go too low. atmosphere is frantic here, go around 8pm. we went at 5pm as they are supposed to open at 4.30, but hardly anything was open.... More
Great experience. Our first Asian market, time back, we probably would have shopped a lil' more. We basically walked through this time. Lots of great buys to be had for those prepared to bargain and look. As a photographer, it was very photogenic!
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