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Temple Street Night Market, Hong Kong
(2.9/5 based on 1,600+ reviews on the web)
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. To visit Temple Street Night Market on your trip to Hong Kong, use our Hong Kong trip itinerary planner.
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  • Temple Street is not your typical outdoor market. There are booths lined up for blocks and blocks, with outdoor eating on all of the side roads along the way. The Temple Street Market has a long histo...  more »
  • Hong Kong is truly a metropolitan city, but coming from Chicago we wanted to get a taste of both the modern and old parts of the city. Temple street night market was a safe, great place to experience ...  more »
  • Good for shopping souvenirs. Haggle - you can start by cutting it to 40% off price offered and go your way. Even tried 50% off and went away with 40% off the goods I wanted. The vendors I encountered ...  more »
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  • The night market opens till 11h00 pm everday. The goods are mostly from China. Need bargain before buying. However, I was interested a lot more with the local seafood restaurant, also next to the market. Quailty are the best. Price is fairly.
  • Great selection of food stalls, mom and pop shops, and dai pai dong. Go with someone who can speak Cantonese to get the most out of the area. Love the claypot rice restaurants (bo jai fan) in the area on a winters day.
  • Great place to get any kind of trinket, travel gear, and souvenirs. The sellers are happy to negotiate and are all very nice. We offered about 30% to half of asking and always walked away mutually happy. Iconic, must see spot.
  • It seems the locals are disillusioned with this market, but I think it should be on a visitor's to-do list. I just immersed myself in it and let the experience soak in. Yes, there is quite a lot of fake stuff and tat but the variety is huge, and it's affordable. And to be honest, a lot of it, especially gadgets and toys, is decent quality and is sold on Amazon for double the price anyway! I got a great USB colour ball speaker. I found different things to buy as gifts on both visits. Bargain like hell, don't be shy (I don't normally like bargaining but really enjoyed it here!). There are also some interesting craftsmen and a ton of small restaurants. Get your name written on a scroll in Chinese by Tam (I think he's there only on weekends, towards the far end of the market - really nice chap). Only $30 and makes a nice personal gift. Get a name written on a grain of rice and sealed in a colourful glass vial. Enjoy some sugar cane juice with lemon. I'd say it's definitely part of the Hong Kong experience. Don't go there with the aim to shop and just wander about. Being quite crowded, I was wary with my valuables, but everything was okay.
  • Highly recommendable! Interesting gimmicks for purchase. Be aware aome electronic products don't perform as promised