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More of a local market than a tourist one so no haggling needs to be done. Does not have any touristy gifts but cute and cheap pyjamas, kids clothes and bags. Bought reusable shopping/ grocery bags for gifts.
This is a long street with the market on the outside and interior shops along both sides surrounding the market. Personally, I only came to spot specific apparel stores of my style (work tops and smart casual apparels). I just brisk walked and enter any...More
Lots of stalls selling Chinese New Year of the Pig decorations. Very festive and colorful. Purchased a few items to bring home as a souvenir. Did not haggle pricing it was very crowded and don't think they could care if you brought or not. Thanks...More
Walking around town and came across this great fish market.
Very interesting place to stroll around and view all the different types of fish, some unknown to us .
Many live fish were in tanks to be sold that way I guess to restaurants who...More
This was one night market where we found more bargains than other markets we have been to.There were a lot of electronics, toys, clothes, accessories - even fruits and vegetables. There are also stalls selling over-tin clothes near where the hawker stands are.
The market is about 1km long and becomes a little repeatative you should haggle down and pay between 50-60% of the asking price. When they appear frustrated just walk away they will then accept your offer. Fun cheap souvenir shopping.
It’s one of the highest density districts in the world, so come to Mong Kok prepared for action. Home to every market, restaurant and shopping arcade imaginable, Mong Kok is the one-stop shop to satisfy all your shopping needs. Dust off your finest negotiation skills and dive into the bartering frenzy. Similar retailers will conveniently congregate in the same area forming easy to remember references such as
“flower street” and “sneakers street.” Here you will also find various local delicacies being served at street snack shops or hole-in-the-wall restaurants. One reliable rule of thumb: the smaller the place, the better the food.
Not much these days in Granville Street these days not sure about Fa Yuen Street, I tend to go the Citygate Outlets in Tung
Chung, Take MTR to Tung Chung end of the line. Worth a visit
quite a few good brands located there.