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Ladies Market, Hong Kong

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Pick up souvenirs and gifts at Ladies Market, a public street market filled with products for everyone, not just women. In addition to discounted brand-name clothing and accessories, which may or may not be real, also find typical Chinese-style items like cushions, silk, linens, chopsticks, and more. Do not accept the first price you are given. Vendors notoriously hike up prices for foreign shoppers, so remember to haggle the cost down to at least 30 percent. Before you leave, visit the unique Bird Market on Yuen Po Street to see about 100 stalls selling singing birds. Ladies Market is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Hong Kong Edition.
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  • Not far from the Mong Kok station, so easy to understand. And crammed with lots of products, so no price tag is negotiable. Negotiating the half ~ (^ ^) and souvenir shop and go to the Macau S.A.R. the next day, I am so happy the same thing cheaper. We buy in amount does not regret such a situation even recommend that you want. A merchant! On a staff or even lack of motivation. High said price negotiations or troublesome, and is a place to go visit a place fun jumble feeling though there is a downside, Hong Kong S.A.R. and always.
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  • I was very disappointed by this market. I was told I would find great memories but I have found that effects found in stores like dollar store or other large area of poor quality. On the other hand, the atmosphere is nice and if you want a bath of crowd, you will be served.
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  • No trip to Hong Kong is complete without visiting the famous ladies' market. It is easily the largest market in town, stretching for several city blocks, and one of the best places to buy a variety of...  more »
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  • Haggle/Bargain! It is a good place to stroll around and out in 30 min. They will overcharge you if you are foreign. This season (Summer 2017) mainly consisted of fidget spinners and fake Herschel backpacks. There's not too much to see beyond fake products.
  • They have many small shops to buy gift, you can bargain the price (do your best!) Also some Hong Kong's street snack . Some might like the food some not. There is a small shop selling korean food and it taste good.
  • Great place for Football shirts. Make sure you haggle though. Great fun to get something cheap.
  • This place is one of the most famous place in Hongkong. Recommended to visit. This place sells a lot of stuff. The price can be expensive and cheap also. You need to barge with the seller. The negative side from this place is a lot of seller across ladies market will not be friendly with you. So dont be shock or confused with their attitude.
  • Nice exercise for your negotiation power. Everything starts at 89! You may end paying 10! Super crowded.

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