Top 5: Markets in Hong Kong

From street snacks, toy shopping, electronic goods and clothes, the Hong Kong street markets is a must-visit! Not only will you be able to find almost anything, it's just a fun experience hunting down all the goods your looking for! Picture this, a Saturday afternoon spent shopping with friends where you can basically negotiate your way into getting the best discounts! Fun right? Here, we've compiled the top 5 most iconic markets in Hong Kong!

 

 

 

5th December 2016

The Temple Street Night Market, one of the most iconic markets in Hong Kong starts at 2pm, but is most lively at night. As the sun goes down, and the traders have already laid out their wares, you'll see visitors swarm into the street. From trinkets, tea ware, electronics, watches, menswear, jade and antiques, there is definitely something for you! Tip: Hunt for the shops hidden in the streets behind the stalls. Those are said to be the secret gems of the night market!

Temple Street Night Market: Temple Street, Intersection with Jordon Road, Hong Kong

Us ladies love a good old branded handbag, purse, clothing, but let's face it! It's ridiculously expensive! So what to do? The ladies market of course! They sell branded clothes, bags, accessories for much less. Not only that, they also have a variety of other simple goods, toys, souveniers, and believe us when we say you can definitely bargain you way into a cheaper price!

Ladies Market: Tung Choi St, Mong Kok, Hong Kong

If your looking for something more to the expensive end, with art and culture, Stanley market is the place to visit. They offer Chinese arts, antiques, silk fabric etc. Don't be alarmed though, they still offer cheaper clothing and goods! Not only that, once your done, your basically right on the beach with an amazing scenery. Beach+Shopping day= sounds pretty good to us!

Stanley Market: Stanley, Hong Kong

This one is for those into techno goods. Offering mainly second hand/low cost goods, you'll be able to spot mobile accessories, tons of electronic goods and also audio-visual items between the price range of $25-$100. And yes, you CAN bargain your way into a cheaper price!!

Apliu Street Market: Apliu Street, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong

Besides clothing, electronics, accessories, HK even has its own flower market. Perfect for festivals ie. Chinese New Year, you can basically find any variety of plant. Even better is that each plant comes with some form of promise for good luck and fortune! How cool is that? Whether your buying a flower for a loved one, for festivals or are just looking for a stroll in the market, you won't regret this one!

Flower Market: Prince Edward, Hong Kong