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Jade Market, Hong Kong

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At Jade Market, pick up a piece of jewelry or decoration made of jade, a material associated with long life and good health in China. This street fills with stalls daily selling any jade merchandise you can think of, including rings, bracelets, pendants, earrings, and much more. Consider also picking up a good luck charm, which depicts a certain animal depending on your birth year. Bargaining is allowed, especially since vendors hike up prices for foreign shoppers. To visit Jade Market on your trip to Hong Kong, use our Hong Kong online driving holiday planner .
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  • October 1, 2017
    Lots of stalls in a couple of small markets. Some nice looking pieces but again haggle hard. One vendor started at HK$30 and ended up offering HK$10.  more »
  • September 29, 2017
    Direct translation of the name of the market only partly reflects the importance that this place has the Chinese. Jade Asian population is a symbol of prosperity and beauty and prosperity, so that in the market you can buy various elements that contribute to a better life. Tell the statues of the gods. Or the Dragon sculpture. Or amulets.
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  • September 27, 2017
    It is a market selling jade just as its name suggests. This came about 20 years ago but not changed at all. Jade market was made while looking for a toilet from the temple. Gently taught and hear the toilet on the market. I think if you are interested in the Jade was jade comes from big ones possible for small accessories, similar to how you store all the fun.
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  • June 12, 2017
    You can see a lot of Jade here and occassionally a good price if you are a very good shopper. May be a little put off if you are at all adverse to having your arm held to get your attention.
  • April 24, 2017
    The jade business is most active at this market so we decided to take a look while sightseeing in Yau Ma Tei. The market was divided into two covered sections housing rows of stalls. The vendors were friendly and left us to browse. We were surprised to find so many stalls selling jade. There were rings, bangles, pendants, earrings, good luck charms, zodiac animals, figurines and decorative items of various shades of green and white.
  • February 4, 2017
    A truly fascinating place to visit whilst in Hong Kong. It's all undercover so if it rains you won't get wet. It houses all manners of Jade jewelry and ornaments and I almost guarantee that you will come away with something as a memento to remind you of your visit. Tony H
  • November 26, 2016
    I love this place. It's a bit intimidating at first. Don't ever pay the price they originally give you. I asked how much a small trinket was and the lady told me $850!!! At the end I got it for $30. They will always see if they can take advantage of you. Be aware
  • December 13, 2016
    I bought a jade bracelet here - medium to low quality as expected but within my price range. Stall 274 and neighbouring seem good, I would avoid aggressive vendors and prices that seem to be too good to be true.

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