Temple Street Night Market


Hong Kong
22° 18' 21.3192" N, 114° 10' 11.3772" E
General info: 

The Temple Street Night Market kicks off after 4pm and buzzes until after 10pm. It is one of the most atmospheric night venues in Hong Kong. Whether you need clothes, watches, chopsticks, lighters or mobile phones, it’s all on Temple Street. If you know antique and are feeling lucky there is always change to find something interesting in the vast second hand collection as well. Just remember that any marked prices should be considered mere suggestions - this is definitely a place to bargain. Apart from the wide range of goods sold here, the night market is also famous for its dai pai dongs, fortune tellers and Cantonese karaoke. After 7pm the market really gets going and you can expect the streets to be impossibly busy.

Getting there: 

Nearest MTR: Jordan(exit C2) or Yau Ma Tei (exit C)


The prices are affordable, especially if you remember to bargain from the marked prices.

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