Kowloon markets tour in Hong Kong
- Immerse in the one-of-a-kind atmosphere of a century-old wholesale market
- Learn how to tell the difference between real and fake jades
- Polish up your bargaining skills at a local street market
- Discover how a new shopping mall has transformed the area
- Wind your way through the world’s most densely populated neighbourhood
Discover the best of Hong Kong and the fascinatingly diverse neighbourhoods of Kowloon on this Kowloon market tour! You'll get a proper insight into the local life and market action, from fresh fruit at Yau Ma Tei fruit market to precious stones at the Jade Market, and fresh ferns at the Flower Market.
Flower Market, a bustling and colourful street market consisting of more than 50 shops, is where your adventure kicks off. Explore a jungle of exotic blossoms, luck-bringing houseplants, and sweet scents. Next, it’s onto the nearby Yuen Po Street Bird Garden, a charming Chinese-style garden, where you'll listen to the charming sound of thousands of birds. This is just a perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city for some time.
To make most of your day and ensure you’re thinking just like a local, your tour guide will do his best to provide perfect orientation in the city. You'll know where Kowloon ends and the New Territories begin, and see a mountain that is a true Hong Kong landmark and local symbol. Now’s the time for you to practice your bargaining skills at a popular local street market where vendors sell bargain-priced clothes, bags, and accessories. This unique market is set deep within the neighbourhood of Mong Kok, home to more than 130,000 people per square kilometre.
Then you'll head out down Nathan Road to reach the renowned Shanghai Street and glimpse what 1950s and 60s Hong Kong was like. To experience some more authentic markets you will then head into the Yau Ma Tei fruit market that sells exotic fruits from all over the world and the world-famous Jade Market, where you'll learn about how locals believe jade can ward off health hazards and bad feng shui. The final stop on this walking tour of Kowloon’s markets is a visit to Temple Street.
- Tour as per description
- Local English speaking guide
- Items of personal nature
- Tips/gratuities for a guide
- Reduced price for children aged 6 to 11 years inclusively
- Children below the age of 6 are not allowed on this sightseeing tour
200 Waterloo Rd, Kowloon Tsai, Hong Kong
Prince Edward MTR station Exit A (Intersection of Nathan Road and Playing Field Road). Ending point: Yau Ma Tei MTR station (5 minutes to Tsim Sha Tsui and 10 minutes to Central by MTR).
- Please, be sure you wear comfortable walking shoes
- The tour operates on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday
- Starting time: 2.00pm
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