Temple Street Night Market

The Temple Street Night Market in Hong Kong.

Temple Street Night Market

For night owls wanting to do a little shopping in Hong Kong, one of the places to do it is in Kowloon’s Temple Street Night Market.

Located in the Yau Ma Tei and Jordan areas of the district, the Temple Street Night Market is a place where ancient Chinese culture and modern-day “flea market/night market culture” collide. Here you can have your fortune read by a traditional fortune-teller, watch a Chinese opera performed live, sing a little Canto-pop karaoke, or just buy some essential household items and trinkets!

The Temple Street Night Market is also famous for being a place to pick up men’s fashion accessories, thus earning it the nickname “Men’s Street”.

The Temple Street Night Market opens at 2 pm and stays open until midnight.



(Image credit: deror_avi. Used via Wikimedia Commons per CC Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.)



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