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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. To visit Temple Street Night Market on your trip to Hong Kong, use our Hong Kong trip itinerary planner.
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  • I suggest checking out the ladies markets or other markets in Mong Kok - these were pretty crappy with not as much and did not feel as safe as there weren't too many people around.  more »
  • Anyone who has never experienced one of these should visit. But they have these in many countries all over the world. If you have been to one anywhere is Asia - it is the same deal... Dirty and not ex...  more »
  • A very average bargain market where stuff from China is dumped in large quantities. Though lot of new small electronic items copies are available at cheap rates, no guarantee whether it would work onc...  more »
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  • Lively and bright night market, make sure to bargain. Stores at the entrance will quote a starting price at least three times higher than the starting price of the stalls inside. Safe to take kids along
  • there were cheap stuffs such as kids toys and small vinyl bags. but the prices were flexible depend on seller so negotiating is needed. the place good for night. takes 2hours to have a look around enough!
  • Don't recommend the main market as it felt like a tourist trap that has lost its character; random trinkets, souvenirs and knockoffs priced high so tourists can experience and enjoy haggling. The fortune tellers and jade market are worth dropping by, though. The street restaurants give off a neat vibe but the food wasn't good and way more oily than it needed to be. It felt more like I was dining in Mainland China than Hong Kong.
  • great hk street food. can bring own drinks. also can have street market. open all night
  • I have just always loved the Temple street night market. If you haven't been here you haven't seen Hong Kong. Great places to sit and eat on the street. Millions of little stalls to buy trinkets and souvenirs. Always haggle price. Dont just accept the first price you get. Make your way here around 8pm or later. They only start late. Take cash.