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All reviews ladies market night market sneaker street langham place tung choi street shopping paradise flower market street market great shopping t shirts shopping experience food stalls lots of shops walk around bargain shoes hk
Supposedly the most densely populated neighborhood in the world, I believe it after staying several nights at the Cordis Hotel in the center of the area. It can be fun to witness the crowds and the unbelievable variety of shops and eats.
Been back several times and never disappointed. Place is well decorated and clean. Totally worth it. Very relaxing and spacious, with a nice area to rest. You may have hours inside, and can have massage later which you have to pay for extra.
We did all our souvenir shopping here. It is fun to barter. Watch for pick pockets. Lots of street food for sale. You will be approached by people inviting you to go look at their counterfeit products.
There are a few shopping streets in Mongkok. Most everything is fake. You can probably strike a bargain, but the goods may not last long. If you like body-to-body crowd density, this is the place to go. Lots of eateries around. It's a good place...More
Mongkok is located centrally to all major destinations,With good access to MTR,Bus and taxis.Good shopping area area like ladies market,fruit/veg market.Also house to pets market.
Very crowded yet good place to stay
I really suggest you to go to Mong Kok! Here you can breathe the authentic Hong Kong aria, feeling in the heart of the city. Also, you’ll really enjoy all kind of markets available in the neighbour streets (fishes, flowers, birds, electronics, sneakers and so...More
Staying at the Cordis we were introduced to MongKok a vibrant colourful happening area of Kowloon. A mix of old & new multi-story buildings; Langham Place offered a new modern shopping precinct with a variety of shopping & dining options. The MTR - underground train...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.