Cours Saleya is market heaven. Aside from the fruit and vegetable market , the flower market and the aux puces (antiquites) ... More
Marche Saleya- Arts & Crafts
Cours Saleya is market heaven. Aside from the fruit and vegetable market , the flower market and the aux puces (antiquites) , you can also buy arts and crafts here on balmy summer evenings. Stall-holders display costume jewelry, pottery, paintings and watercolors, bags, Latin American crafts - there's bound to be something here to suit every taste and budget. An ideal place to stroll, the street is bursting with life. If it becomes too crowded, take refuge in one of the many great little restaurants nearby.
This spacious department store covers two floors and is easily located, being near the Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry pier.
A wide variety of local arts and crafts are available, so if you are short of shopping time, this ...
The small houses along here were built in the 18th century and with its cobbled pavement and narrow streets, this
is the perfect neighborhood for artists. Here, you can find small shops with antiques and hand made silver goods, ...
A few years ago, Place du Palais de Justice was a somewhat abandoned area. The answer to this: the setting
up of small markets (book, record and art markets taking place on alternate Saturdays) has turned out to be ...