The 5 Best Street Markets in Hong Kong Hong Kong Travel Guide / May 17, 2017
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Street markets are an important and long history part of Hong Kong shopping culture. Locals love to shops at street markets because these places have great bargains on almost anything from fashion clothes, bags, shoes and accessories to other daily life products. More of the reasons are the yummy street food and lively vibe that street markets never fail to offer.
To visitors, Hong Kong street markets are an ideal places to watch local life, to taste local food, and to shop like a local.
1. Temple Street Night Market
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- Hong Kong’s largest and liveliest night market for a fun night out: No doubt, it is a good place to shop. If you are not out for buying anything, you can have a fun browsing there and get excited with the buzzing vibe, entertaining street performances, and tasty street food.
- A place to shop low price souvenirs: Many kinds of products can be bought home as a gift such as handicrafts, tea sets, jade articles, antiques, trinkets, T-shirts and embroidered Chinese jackets. Most of the selling souvenirs are at same designs and quality, your mission is hunting for the vendors offering the best bargains.
4. Apliu Street Flea Market
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- A flea market that men will like: Imagine a market just for gadgets of all kinds, even something we can’t give it a category. Steal the show are electrical and electronic devices. Savvy local shoppers visit this place to find second-hand bargains on game devices, mobile phones, tablets, cameras and photography equipment. Prices can start as cheap as a few dollars.