We stumbled across this little street and had a great time poking around the mixture of old & new wares. It's a great change from the usual market shopping and an interesting part of the island .
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We liked the relaxed atmosphere at the small, quiet cat street market. There was an interesting range of stuff to browse through & we were very happy with the service. We bought some small ceramic bowls & the stall holder was happy to wrap them...More
A market street, just over 100m long, ideal for authentic looking souvenirs. Easily accessible from Sheung Wan station on the H2 metro line. There is something to suit most pockets, from very expensive antique statues and furniture to small inexpensive objects from street vendors. There...More
Cat Street Market - nothing to do with felines, but referring to the Chinese slang for "odds and ends". If only we had wanted some Maoist kitsch, this would have been the place to find it. Lots of other goods too - some operators could...More
Cat Street is a block from the Man Mo Temple and I would combine a visit to both, Cat street is lined with Asian antique and junk stores, In addition there are a number of kiosks selling the run of the mill tourist trinkets. Not...More
Friendly vendors though the stalls were mostly same-same- reproduction items which I've seen in similar markets across other parts of asia and even the middle east. If you're in the area then of course wander on through though I'm not sure it warrants its own...More