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Hong Kong Sights

Temple Street

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Updated 02/08/2013

Fodor's Review

Temple Street, in the heart of Yau Ma Tei, is home to Hong Kong's biggest night market. Stalls selling kitsch of all kinds set up in the late afternoon in the blocks north of Public Square Street. Fortune-tellers, prostitutes, and street doctors also offer their services here.

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Temple St. between Jordan Rd. and Kansu St., Hong Kong, Hong Kong–China

Updated 02/08/2013

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Nov 22, 2006

Authentic Experience but few bargains

The night markets in Temple Street and surrounds are almost a mandatory sight in HK, but don't expect too many bargains. They seem to go on and on and on, with plenty of cheap and cheerful souvenirs and T-shirts (mostly the same at all the stalls), but you'll need to haggle hard to get the best price here.

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