A gaai sih (meaning "street market" in Cantonese) is located in the central area of the city. Thriving amidst high ... More
Gaai Sih Outdoor Market
A gaai sih (meaning "street market" in Cantonese) is located in the central area of the city. Thriving amidst high end real estate in downtown Hong Kong, this outdoor market is one of the most bustling ones in the world. From plump papayas to prawns, you will find it all here. Friendly vendors sell you fresh fish, fruits, vegetables and offer you handy tips and recipes too. Come and experience the real Hong Kong.
The 'Harrods' of Hong Kong, Lane Crawford has been here since the early 20th century, and is still the place
to shop should you wish to max out your credit card! Famous for its large selection of elegant and ...
The Goldfish Market, a one stop shopping area for fish lovers, is on Tung Choi Street south of Prince Edward
Road West. In addition to goldfish, find colorful tropical species and exotics like jellyfish and sea horses for sale. ...
Aside from colorful shopping, Tai Po Market is worth visiting for this smoky temple, which not only honors the gods
of Man (literature god) and Mo (military god) but also acts as a local gathering point for the area's ...