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Best Street market area in Hong Kong. We were travelling to Sri Lanka and had a 14 hour lay over in Hong Kong on December 24th 2018. We don't know much about Hong Kong, but luckily found a Sri Lankan restaurant in East Tsim Sha...More
The are many faces to Hong Kong, many of them are not on Nathan road, or Causeway bay.
the district of Sham Shui Po comprises of many street each one with it's own special feeling; button street, ribbon street, bead street ...
Even if you...More
After several visits and searching for the best prices for our little 3 year old niece's items, Sham Shui Po was the best area. Take the train and shop, shop, shop. This area has more locals and less tourists, but I still bargain as much...More
This is one of the great undiscovered parts of Honk Kong that is a joy to walk around. You can take the Tsuen Wan metro line to Sham Shi Po subway stop and walk a few blocks to Yu Chau Street. Or ask the taxi...More
HKTA has released a booklet on Sham Shui Po which you can get before exiting to arrival hall at the airport. Booklet summarises all the interesting places to explore and good eating places. Not to be missed are food shops like Sun Heung Yuen (...More
Great place to shop and eat
It is near to the Tim Ho Wan resturant.. open around 10am .. the queue start as early as 9am.(went on Tuesday)
After eating the tim ho wan, we start to shop around the toy street.
It take us...More
Away from the glitter of the tourist stretch, SSP is as authentic for the locals and those of us who choose to stay in its environs. Businesses are not geared towards tourists and fleecing them. Whilst that means that service may be gruff and or...More
In the latest trip to HK we found that the Tourism Board is actually promoting深水埗; quite glad. We been here a few times and this time we intend to explore more, in depth.
The MTR is a convenient way to reach here from TST, there...More