Hear about the culture of the Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok districts
See Hong Kong’s most lively markets
As you walk, you will be immersed in the living culture of the Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok districts – two of the most densely populated spots on Earth! See daily life being lived at street level.
The walk begins at the busy and colourful Flower Market, the center of Hong Kong's wholesale and retail flower business. The area is chock-full of vendors selling all manner of flowers, potted plants, bonsais, and more.
Next, take in the Yuen Po Street Bird Garden, a boisterous scene of men and their bird cages.
A short walk away is the bustling and energetic Fa Yeun Street Market, selling a wide range of clothes, accessories, electrical devices, and food.
You'll then visit the Pet Street to see the brightly coloured tropical fish and a wide range of other pets on sale.
Walking further along, you'll join the throngs at the Ladies Market, where bargain clothes, bags, and trinkets are available.
Later, it's time to learn the history of the local Tin Hau temple. Amidst the burning coils of incense, learn about the Empress of Heaven, one of the most popular deities of Southern China, and patron goddess of the boat people. The temple is situated in Banyan Tree Park, where you can watch the local elders playing Chinese checkers under the shade of ancient banyan trees.
Finish your journey with a walk around the Jade Market, where around 200 stall holders sell accessories made from the revered green stone.
The tour ends at Temple Street in Jordan, where the Night Market stall owners are busy setting up for the evening. From here, the guide will point you to where you need to go next.
English-speaking tour guide
intimate group size with a maximum size of 10 persons
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