Temple Street Night Market, Hong Kong

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Also known as Men's Street, Temple Street Night Market is famous for its night market offering cheap merchandise and tasty food. Have a suit tailored at one of the many men's fashion shops for low prices, or bargain for items predominantly directed toward men at the stalls including clothing, shoes, lighters, and much more. You can even buy secondhand goods like old newspapers and antiques. Be sure to get off the main street and explore behind the front row of stalls for more merchandise and snacks. Make Temple Street Night Market a part of your Hong Kong vacation plans using our Hong Kong visit planner .
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  • I visited almost all of the major markets in the HK area, but preferred the Temple Street Night Market over the rest. All of the other markets seemed to blend into one another, with the same merchandi...  more »
  • Because I gotta feel good here. The best located backpackers and locals to drink cheap, fun. I should always go when you Hong Kong S.A.R. (^. ^)
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  • We recommend this place through the Guide. Never eat food pretty unusual but I am finding a lot of food to locals. Pretty Asian strains, such as the La food into the mouth. It's only a little unusual delicacies.
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  • This is a fun place to walk around and check out generic goods. The prices are alright but they are negotiable so do your best. The restaurants around here have some decent prices on beer and food. I would grab a table, a bit to eat, and a beer while you do some people watching. Most people here speak English.
  • The Temple Street Night Market is perfect for sight-seeing, souvenir shopping, and especially for sampling local cuisine. The seafood here is some of the best. Fairly priced and although not the most clean in appearance, it's street food. You're going to eat out on the street. Crab, prawns, oysters, duck, pigeon, etc. It's all here! The people are courteous. The crowd is mixed of visitors from all over the globe, resembling a festival in the heart of the market. Vendors can be a little pushy but if you bargain with them, you can get many items for nearly half what they originally offer. This market is definitely worth a visit. I came here for 1-3 hours, 3 of the 4 nights in the area and enjoyed each experience.
  • It's a decent night market that has lots of electronics, souvenirs, clothes, bags and anything else you can think of. It's just like lady market but smaller. There's more emphasis on food and eating outside like how it use to be on the 70's and 80s. I'd recommend this area over ladies market if you want a more local area to explore. Plus it's less crowded.
  • There is a nice eating place on the right at the bottom of the market stalls. Great food and a better price. Make sure you visit the Stanley Markets, same products but even cheaper. Bus 973 from Kowloon will take you directly there. One price for the bus whether you go one stop or 20 :-)
  • This is a typical street market that doesn't offer anything outside the ordinary. There are all the usual gods on sale from cheap tacky souvenirs, to pseudo antique goods. Stallholders are willing to negotiate, so don't be afraid to (politely) barter hard for your purchases. TIP - don't arrive too early, as most stall holders are only setting up by 6 pm onwards.
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