Dried seafood markets in Hong Kong are found in the older and most traditional areas of town and along the fishing
villages around the coastline. These are very colorful array of shops and stands, with smells to match...
a photographer's delight and worth exploring for a different taste of
traditional every day life.
You will spot all sorts of dried seafoods and other edibles: dried fish skins, dried mushrooms, Chinese sausages, ginseng, dried oysters,
clams, abalone, sea cucumbers, Chinese teas and herbs...
Here are some pictures that will introduce you to some of the most popular dried food markets, they are easy to get to and can be combined with many other highlights:
Dry Seafood Street in Western/Sheung Wan District: Des Voeux Road West and Bonham Strand
Not far from the glitz and glam of the Central Hong Kong skyscrapers, you find these little streets packed with all sorts of dried foods, from herbs and medicines,
to seafood and dried meats.
Dont't miss it, it's just a few minutes super fun ride with the Ding Ding Tram! A lot to explore in this area besides the Dried Food Streets, there is the Man Mo Temple, Cat Street and Hollywood Road for curios and trinkets. Check out the Sheung Wan Map and Highlights here.
Walking Tour of Hong Kong Old and New - Sheung Wan
New and Old Hong Kong Walking Tour: Sheung Wan District This guided walking tour takes you through the
district of Sheung Wan, where you will be immersed in a world of specialty shops, art galleries and temples.
The past and the future converge here, allowing you a peek into authentic Hong Kong life. Ride a traditional tram and sample delicious Hong Kong goodies.
The tour starts at 2:00 p.m. as you meet your guide at the HSBC Building in the Central District (by the lion statues)
approximately 3 hours and includes:
Dried Seafood Market at Aberdeen
This one we bumped into on our trip to the Aberdeen Fishing Village,
it is right off the Promenade next to the jetti that brings you to the Floating Restaurants.
Market at Tai O
We visited the little fishing village of Tai O together with
our trip to the Big Buddha. It is only a 15 minute taxi or bus ride away from the Big Buddha and really worth a
stop for the traditional houses on stilts and to see a bit more of the beautiful island of Lantau, you might even get a peek at the elusive pink dolphins that
inhabit the area.
The little market at Tai O is not just for dried seafoods, it has a bit of everything, including fresh produce and seafood, even souvenirs and knick knacks.
Hong Kong Island Markets
Walking Tour of Kowloon Markets
Check out the best of Kowloon Markets
with a small
group, maximum of 12, together you will explore Hong Kong's market scene, test your bargaining skills, try the savory treats
from one of the many open-air food stands.
The tour starts at 2:00 p.m. as you meet your guide at the Prince Edward MTR Station.
approximately 3 1/2 hours and it will bring you to the Flower Market, Bird Garden, Goldfish Market, Ladies Market, Shanghai Street (Wedding Street),
Jade Market and ending by the Temple Street Night Market.
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