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Western Market, Hong Kong

(1.9/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
One of the oldest structures in the region, and the oldest surviving marketplace in the city, Western Market attracts tourists with its status as a protected historical landmark and authentic local marketplace. Among the stores here are a Bavarian-style bakery, a place where you can sample Chinese desserts, several cafes, and souvenir shops stocking traditional Chinese and Hong Kong goods. There is also a bar and restaurant on the top floor, where a sizable function room plays host to dance nights. With our custom trip planner, Hong Kong attractions like Western Market can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • I am a crafter, I am a fabric o holic, normally fabric shops have me parking my husband somewhere for a while, in fact I made him bring his book to read whilst "I may be a while". We made a special tr...  more »
  • Nothing special. Just a nice looking building. Not much inside. Surrounding area more interesting with local traders etc. Good traditional restaurant near by Yaun Kee. Good service. Have English menus...  more »
  • A listed building that is pretty and photogenic. Worth visiting just to see the building. The shops inside are nothing special and look to be on last legs. Not something a typical shopper would be loo...  more »
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  • Historical building which has been renovated and now is home to some restaurants and a whole host of souvenir shops selling interesting handy crafts. The restaurant on the top floor is delicious as well as honeymoon desserts on the ground floor. There is a souvenir shop that specialises in bus memorabilia if you are into buses.
  • Great historic building, the combination of history and modern Hong Kong
  • One of the very few remaining architecture from the colonial era in Hong Kong. The looks of it from outside is alright. Nothing spectacular really. This place may have its historic significance, but it is a rather boring place in my opinion. Nothing interesting.
  • Nothing to see inside, some boring shops selling useless stuff. Looks nice on the outside but cramped between other buildings so hard to take a photo.
  • Historically-significant facade aside, this building has virtually nothing going for it internally, served by mostly tacky souvenir shops. The Tokyo Cheese Factory branch situated here is the only thing worth a visit.