Hong Kong food Market

The Stanley Market, on the southern side of Hong Kong Island, is a great place to shop for souvenirs or beachwear.

9. Stanley Market, Stanley

More upscale and mostly covered, Stanley Market can easily eat up the rest of the day after sunbathing at the adjacent beach. Established shops sell paintings by local artists, knick-knacks, silk clothing, toys, mahjong sets and more. Many shops offer a range of larger sizes (a rarity elsewhere).A customer receives his order and places the money in the net at the Sai Kung Seafood Market. Photo credit Connie. Although the prices aren’t the cheapest, many proprietors will offer discounts without being aggressive, making it a nice starting point for visitors unfamiliar with Hong Kong’s more in-your-face style of haggling.

8. Costume Market, Central

Smack in the middle of Central along Pottinger Street, this market is the mother lode for those who love to play dress up. Specific costumes make their appearance in the run-up to Halloween, when this area’s packed, but it’s full of wigs, feather boas and sequined and spangled masquerade masks all year long.

The Goldfish Market is exactly what it sounds like, a market that primarily sells gold fish.

7. Sai Kung Seafood Market, Sai Kung

In the afternoon, local fishermen pull up to the Sai Kung pier to sell their fresh catches. Rather than a floating market, this is more of an elevated one, as customers lean over the rails, make their requests, and the fishermen send up the seafood to street level via bucket.

6. Goldfish Market, Mong Kok

While not technically a market, these shops filled with sea creatures are an excellent example of the local market culture. Tiny goldfish in plastic bags sell from HK$12 and large fish in correspondingly large bags go for upwards of HK$2, 000. Crowds tend to hover around aquariums filled with adorable turtles. Aquariums, underwater plants and all kinds of plastic, neon-hued marine flair are stacked precariously on the sidewalks. A cuddly intermission in the form of a pet store filled with puppies and kittens simply adds to the cute overload.

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