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Wangjiao Pet Street

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Wangjiao Pet Street

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Chongwu Street, Youjianwang District, Hong Kong China
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Mong Kok EastMass Transit Railway (MTR)2 min
Mong KokMass Transit Railway (MTR)5 min
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BradJill wrote a review Mar 2019
Hong Kong, China133090 contributions23993 helpful votes
This is the famous Goldfish Street in Mongkok, located along Tung Choi Street between Nullah Road to the north and Bute Street to the south. Here you will find numerous and wide variety of pet shops. First and foremost, there are a particularly large number of shops selling aquariums, equipment, gravel, feed and as well as freshwater and saltwater fish. The scene is rather interesting. Visitors will see numerous fish, crabs, shrimp as well as pet turtles, frogs and snakes. You'll even see other creepy-crawlies like scorpions and rhino beetles. The more established pet shop windows showcase bunnies, kittens and puppies that you'll find as well. Note that shops tend to open in late morning and stay open until rather late. Most are closed during Chinese New Year however.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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CodyMav wrote a review Feb 2018
Gold Coast, Australia17828 contributions1188 helpful votes
Window shopping is a pasttime in Hong Kong, and seeing a street full of potential pets can be a bit of fun, but, I would not buy a pet or any accessory here. Can't imagine how Australian customs would treat that so not worth the hassle. Just walk around and enjoy the moment.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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SimplyFred wrote a review Nov 2017
Shrewsbury, United Kingdom1002 contributions321 helpful votes
It is interesting however I am not a great fan of any pet shops anywhere. Particularly concerned about the sale of the tortoises and other endangered species.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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RickNet wrote a review Jan 2017
Mornington, Australia348 contributions88 helpful votes
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We did a morning walk that included this area, the ladies market , flower street and the bird market. Coming from Australia where the importation of animals is restricted - a lot, this was an eye opener. There are so many different animals for sale and unfortunately their display takes priority over there welfare. It is part of the culture and worth a look what pets the locals keep in their compact homes.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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sheepygold wrote a review May 2016
london4592 contributions1979 helpful votes
You will either love this place for the cute animals or be concerned with their welfare. We came through on our tour of Mong Kok and it is certainly interesting. Some of the shops clearly take the welfare of their animals seriously with lovely large enclosures where the cats and dogs are clearly pampered. Also some of the shops sell vast amounts of pet accessories. I would not buy a pet here though especially a cat or dog as you do not know where they come from.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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