- 10.18 mi0.18 mi from Tim Ho Wan3.536 reviews
If you need to bring souveniers back home, this is the spot to get them from. The selection of trinkets and vendors is amazing but come with small bills and prepared to haggle and you won't believe some of the deals you can get. Everything from luggage to paper kites to key chains and knock-off bags and jewelry. It's fun ...Popular withBudgetBackpackersTrendsters
- 20.17 mi0.17 mi from Tim Ho Wan4.54 reviews
This area is a must visit when your in HK. If you do, the evening would be the best time yo go. You see street acts, people selling things, vendors of all sorts. You may not care to buy anything but it's definitely worth the time to walk around. You would experience the HK culture here.Popular withBudgetLocalFamilies
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- 40.14 mi0.14 mi from Tim Ho Wan51 review
Want to really get under the skin of Hong Kong and discover some fascinating history about its architecture, culture and history? This relative newcomer to the tourism scene, founded by two passionate travellers with a penchant for the unusual and quirky, has got to be one of the more fascinating ways to spend a few hours in the city. I ...
- 50.15 mi0.15 mi from Tim Ho Wan41 review
As most toy collectors are already aware of, Hong Kong is probably the best place, outside of Japan, to go to for toy shopping. For fans of Hot Toys, CTMA Centre is a must go, for it houses Toy Hunters, the official distributors of Hot Toys. Visiting them is like making a pilgrimage to "The Promised Land". What's more, visitors ...
- 60.17 mi0.17 mi from Tim Ho Wan32 reviews
This street is known as sneaker street. It has to be one of best places in the world to buy athletic footwear. However, all the big chains and brands have moved in so while the selection is great, prices aren't as good as before. You'd do well pick up a pair for less than $300 HKD, more likely expecting to ...Popular withFamiliesLuxuryBackpackers
- 70.63 mi
- 80.43 mi0.43 mi from Tim Ho Wan3.517 reviews
Mong Kok Market is the best 2 go :))))))Popular withTrendstersFamiliesLocal
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- 110.54 mi0.54 mi from Tim Ho Wan4.56 reviews
The Jade Market is a 10 min walk from Yau Ma Tei station on the MTR. It is fun looking around the different jade items sold at this market. It is a place to negotiate and bargain if you plan to buy anything here. The people do not hesitate to stop you and drag you to their booth, so be ...Popular withBudgetLocal
- 120.55 mi0.55 mi from Tim Ho Wan3.58 reviews
ZOMG... SO EXPENSIVE! Cool things to see and it looks like things have expanded since the last time I was there... but still not quite my scene. But kudos to those who enjoy it more than I... again a particular character flaw of mine is the shopping trait.. or lack there of rather.Popular withLuxury
- 130.52 mi0.52 mi from Tim Ho Wan3.54 reviews
This is a mall located next to the Royal Plaza Hotel. It is located where the Mong Kok East MTR station is located. The mall is six floors high filled with mostly boutique stores. There is a cinema and many notable restaurants are found here like Ajisen Ramen and Freshness Burger. This mall had a nice food court that I ...
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- 170.53 mi0.53 mi from Tim Ho Wan3.53 reviews
5 min walk from the Prince Edward station on the MTR, the Goldfish Market is a place just to sell goldfish! It is not really a place to shop, but it is amazing to see the variety of gold fish and how they are displayed on the streets! (English Site Link: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/shop/where-to-shop/street-markets-and-shopping-streets/goldfish-market.jsp)Popular withLocalBudget
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- 190.68 mi0.68 mi from Tim Ho Wan51 review
The Mong Kok Flower Market is not one market that sells flowers but a collective of several streets that are lined by stores selling many many different types of exotic plants, beautiful flowers, and gardening supplies. This area is busy year round, who wouldnt want live plants and beautiful flowers to freshen up the home or office?!....at rather reasonable wholesale ...
- 200.3 mi