The Ladies Market in Hong Kong is one of the most popular markets for inexpensive bargain-priced clothes and accessories, and despite its name, it is not only for the ladies, here you will find a wide variety of men's clothing, and just about all kinds of merchandise including small household items, electronic gadgets and toys.
The Ladies Market is located in the Kowloon side in the overcrowded district of Mongkok, although quite frequented by tourists, this has a very "local" atmosphere in what used to be known as the heartland of the Hong Kong triad gangs.
The shopping area comprised of three parallel streets which you can easily explore in one go:
The Ladies Market is on Tung Choi Street between Argyle and Dundas Streets
Fa Yuen Street Market is on Fa Yuen Street between Prince Edward and Argyle Streets
Electrical Appliance Street is on Sai Yeung Choi Street which runs parallel to the Ladies Market
The Mongkok Computer Center is on the corner of Fa Yuen Street and Nelson Street
Both the Ladies Market and the Fa Yuen Street Market consist of hundreds of stalls and shops...
...selling a great variety of inexpensive fashion...
... all sorts of
accessories, handbags, watches, belts, wallets...
...necklaces, earrings, beads, stones, inexpensive jewelry and trinkets...
All sorts of Chinese Souvenirs, from t-shirts, carvings, buddha statues, silk embroideries, chopstick sets, paintings, fans, magnets and all kinds of knick knacks...
You will also find plenty of fruit and produce stands...
And very inexpensive food stalls and covered canteens with anything from noodles to roast duck and Cha Siu...
Don't forget to explore beyond the stands on both sides of the street there are also small local shops which are
colorful and carry all sorts of merchandise, the medicine and dry food store...
Foot massage parlors and more...
When is the best time to visit the markets?
Things get going from noon and as late as midnight, if you visit early in the morning, stand/shop owners will very likely be in the process of setting up their stands and the merchandise.
At night, the markets are quite lively but not as crowded as the Temple Street Night Market, one of the busiest night markets in Hong Kong.
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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),
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