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You have to walk around Mongkok to experience the crowds, the mainlanders thronging the jewelry shops, the Ill tempered, brusque stallholders and small shop holders. The traditional food. The crappy food markets. The grubbiness of Shanghai St. All part of HK. A lot different from...More
A visit to the Ladies Market at Mongkok is an interesting experience. The whole street is lined with stalls on both sides, leaving a narrow walkway that allows you to walk two abreast at the narrowest part. The stalls sell goods from household items like...More
Probably because my hotel is located right smack in the middle of MK and I lived there for 16 days is why I will give it high marks. This was where I did my morning and evening walks, where I explored the side streets and...More
This is what you expect of Hong Kong. just chaos but in a good way. Best to go at night where the atmosphere is amazing. so many shops and food stalls and the amazing ladies market. Hong Kong at its best
These two things are why I go to Mongkok :-) Camera stuff at a trusted shop such as Wing Shing, or a visit to the Mongkok Computer Center for all sots of accessories for computers. Then for streetfood, recommend having some curry fish balls, stinky...More
Mongkok Ladies Market is Hong Kong's most popular market, and still one of the best. You'll be told it's a tourist trap, and it is, but that doesn't prevent it from being one of the most entertaining trips in town. The color, the noise, and...More
No visit to Hong Kong is complete until you have been to Mongkok.
Back in 1993, I lived here for a week while on a training assignment with my Bank Employer - the Training Centre was across the Road and we needed the Pedestrian Underpass...More
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Don't know about magnets.
If you're asking as a tourist, they have a few blocks known as Sneakers Street, Fa Yuen Street, in Mongkok. I've know way of knowing for sure, but I'd be comfortable with most stores there. In... More
Don't know about magnets.
If you're asking as a tourist, they have a few blocks known as Sneakers Street, Fa Yuen Street, in Mongkok. I've know way of knowing for sure, but I'd be comfortable with most stores there. In fact I presumed many were factory stores. If you're looking for specific brands, I'd check their websites.