What ever you want to buy – one of the markets will sell it!
Bargaining is the norm for the markets, start at a third of the price and work up to 50%. Keep walking away when they won’t accept your price, they will keep calling after you, don’t bargain unless you are definitely going to buy! Wan Chai and Sham Shui Po are local markets and the prices are reasonable so I don’t bargain, it is really just the ones that are purely tourist markets.
- Bowring St Markets – Jordon
- Temple Street Night Markets – Jordon
- Ladies Markets – Mong Kok
- Mong Kok Computer Centre
- Prince Edward Markets
- Flower Markets – Prince Edward
- Electrical, Movies, Computer Market – Sham Shui Po
- Beads, Buttons, Crafts – Sham Shui Po
- Central Markets – Central
- Pottinger St Markets – Central – Great for fancy dress
- Wan Chai Markets – Wan Chai – More a local market
- Wan chai Computer Centre – Wan Chai
- Computer Zone – Wan Chai
- Jardines Bazaar – Causeway Bay
- Stanley Markets (If you go to Stanley markets catch the double decker bus from Hong Kong and go upstairs and try and get the front seat for the fantastic views). This market is great for childrens clothes as well as lots of other great things.