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Staying in Kowloon we took the Star Ferry over the harbour and then a tram along Des Voeux Road to the market. This is a very small market with clearly permanent shops. The ground floor has a florists, cafe, hobby shop and some jewellery and...More
The Western Market was a central place in old Hong Kong’s food center. The building has been preserved. Shopping is limited but if you are looking for cloth yardage, the 2nd floor is replete with all yardage shops.
Looking a bit tired now, but still some good stalls here, depending on what you're looking for, don't forget to barter, always go for half the price they quote, you'll be suprised.
Best deals are to be had at the Ladies market, but worth a...More
I'm a local who has much experience purchasing fabrics in Hong Kong,
AVOID THIS PLACE if you've heard that it's the only fabric market selling "Authentic Chinese silks and fabrics".
The vendors in the fabric alley buy their fabrics (Which are usually synthetic and painfully...More
We wondered in here as the building looks very impressive from the outside. It’s a market with a selection of historical items, fabrics, flowers, model trains and some cafes. Nothing really appealed to us, but it’s still a great a beautiful building.
Not having an idea what was there, we ventured in to discover an odd, Edwardian-style market whose second floor, called “Cloth Alley,” was lined with numerous vendors selling fabrics and a retro-ballroom on the top floor which could have easily hosted Frank Sinatra in his...More
Revisiting this place after a number of years. This building which used to be a wet market looks impressive on the outside. The 'shopping complex' inside is another matter. If you are into models of the the local buses there is a shop which specializes...More
Unlike most of Hong Kong’s other popular districts, Sheung Wan welcomes wanderers with an easy-going, relaxed atmosphere. Art galleries are plentiful and boutique cafés are tucked away in every side street in the sub district known as “PoHo.” Browse through the vintage clothing and handmade leather goods stores – it’s no surprise fashionistas flock to this area. History enthusiasts will be rewarded with sites of
beautiful architecture, reflecting Sheung Wan’s past as one of the earliest settlements by British forces. As night falls, the entertainment scene reveals itself to be just as laid back with its private kitchens, speakeasies and underground bars dotted throughout the area. When in Sheung Wan, everyday feels like the weekend.