Not the cheapest place in the world for shopping Heaps and heaps of Chinese goods Make sure you bargain at the shops
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Love it here. Thousands of people, lots of shops, places to eat, markets etc but more than that, every road in the area has a focus, engine parts, pets, wood, engineering pipes etc etc. Malls big and small dotted about, around every corner there is...More
The street markets are jam-packed in; 5 blocks; but every block has the same stores; no knock-offs for sale, no bargains just extremely poor quality everywhere; much merchandise is damaged in appearance. The womens market was not much better. Most of the market is so...More
Before you go to Mongkok make sure you find out which street the goldfish market is in, which is the flower street and the bird street. Each street is dedicated to specific products. The ladies market was okay but was much of the same. My...More
Your trip to Hong Kong cannot be complete without at least one visit to this bustling chaotic neighborhood full of shops and markets. To me this feels like authentic Hong Kong, despite the tourist stalls you find here and there. You can spend hours exploring...More
As part our layover from Thailand to LA, we stayed in Hong Kong for two nights. Mongkok is pretty clean with a lot of restaurants. The food isn't as good as ten years ago for some reason. But, it was okay. There's so many people,...More
The markets are good but nothing you won't find anywhere else. And busy, all the time. Worth a look, but don't bust your hump trying to get there.
You can visit the night markets. The area can get very very busy, if you have children with you please keep them by your side. It is very easy to lose them. There is also great shopping and good restaurants.
you may find restaurants of different kinds of food along the 通菜街(tung choi street). Vietnam food, italian food, western food, dim sum(chinese), japanese food... All are of reasonable price , not expensive. If you want to save money, you may come here to eat. Also...More
Mong Kok is the place that epitomises life in Hong Kong. The hustle bustle, the brashness of the locals, the smelly tofu, street food, markets, hard selling shop vendors noise and lights. There are a variety of shops that suit your needs and many restaurants...More