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Sham Shui Po

Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong, China
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Contains markets aimed at the local demographic
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Its always fun to go to Sham Shui Po. Certainly not a mainstream destination for tourists but a great experience each and every time. Boasts a great electronics market along with vegetable and meat markets. Enjoying a meal in a local restaurant with the locals...More

Thank bruttiboy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

No doubt there are many apparel stores, after strolling the entire street markets we went back empty handed. There are also a street where you can find electrical/ electronic goods. Won't be going back for sure.

Thank Don K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is an area of dirty street & old building. There are lot of wholesales place for clothing. The restaurants around are mainly served lower quality of food. The whole area is quite dark at night. To some extent, it may be dangerous for tourist...More

Thank wiseguy1282005
Reviewed 2 June 2017

old part of hong kong, the real hong kong, plenty of hidden shops, ally ways, restaurants and gems to see.

Thank thd007
Reviewed 5 May 2017

Sham Shui Po has so much for any visitor whether you fancy the local 'antique' stalls, the fruit & veg stalls or the endless, fascinating shops. When I write 'shops'- these are for beads, buttons, jewellery making, crafts, tassels, ribbons, sequins- oh I could go...More

1  Thank Nicola L
Reviewed 3 May 2017

There were so many things to see, the beads, the leather, the lace, the toys, the mobile phones, cables, computers.....I loved this fantastic area that was much more fun than the touristy Tsimshatsui.

Thank AllanssEK
Reviewed 26 April 2017

sell all your old not needed stuff here. the streets are a flea market. open everyday noon till late at night. many vendors speak English

1  Thank Ray I
Reviewed 30 March 2017

For me this is the area to be in Honk Kong, you don't need Hong Kong Island at all. Here you can do great shopping, eat at good local restaurants and the people will be happy to see you!

Thank Stefan L
Reviewed 26 March 2017

The best place to shop for computers, cell phones and other electronic products. Prices here are a lot cheaper than those in other shopping areas in Hong Kong. You can find the latest products and some very old outdated items. Very busy and crowded. There...More

Thank kwchau2017
Reviewed 7 March 2017

This is the place that is soaked in HK culture. Wet market, bargain hunting, wholesale shops selling clothes, crafts, etc.

1  Thank Jamie22012016
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Chris T
24 March 2017|
Response from onloi |
take MTR, only about 10 mins ride
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Amparo M
10 January 2017|
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Response from Jason B | Reviewed this property |
Hmmm I am not sure i've ever looked for these products in SSP. So I can't really help but i am relatively sure if you walk down Un Chau to Pei Ho Street you may find some stuff there? or in around that area in the stalls.
20 October 2016|
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Response from Hiang2Jeff | Reviewed this property |
As I can remember, try exit B from MTR station.