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Temple Street Night Market Still Worth To Go?

Some people have been saying Temple Street Night Market has changed because it has been focusing at shopping experiences for tourists and has lost its original local style. Therefore Hongkonguide has reviewed it again to see whether it is still worth to go.

The answer is Yes.

But first of all, let us give you a brief introduction about Temple Street Market.

Temple Street with a Temple

The street was named because of the Tin Hau Temple located there. It’s pretty quiet during daytime actually. Night Market Stalls start to open from sunset and until late night (11pm onwards).

One end of Temple Street is Jordan Road, two blocks away from Jordan Station exit A; the other end is Man Ming Lane, one block away from Yau Ma Tei Station exit C.


Some of the stuff they sell can be found in street markets from other Asian countries: Bluetooth headphones and speakers, handbags, watches, phone cases. Some of them have big logos which you may question their authenticity. You know what I mean.

Above: Dresses not very popular among Hong Kong women, tend to target at tourists.

Below: Souvenir with oriental features Most of them don’t have price tags. You will need to train your bargaining skill.

The local stuff which locals do

Hongkonguide always introduces the real local