Temple Street - Hongkong
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Directions to Temple Street
The rate of fortune telling vary from 40HK$-100HK$. Products available may be limited compared to that of Ladies Market, but products come in all forms as well such as clothes, accessories, a few electronics, pirated CDs and DVDs, bags, everyday footwear, household items, cooking ware, and many wooden items. Don’t be surprised to see some adult toys being sold as well.
Open-air restaurants – more like street stalls – surround the market.
Opening hours: The market is open from 4pm to midnight.
MTR Jordan Station Exit A. Turn right into Jordan Road and walk three blocks to Temple Street
MTR Yau Ma Tei Station Exit C, walk along Man Ming Lane to Temple Street
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