Macau Day Trip from Hong Kong
Complete your visit to Hong Kong with a day trip to Macau, once the oldest European settlement in the Orient. Sit back and relax as you sail across the sea from Hong Kong to Macau on a jetfoil or catamaran.
The collection here is by no means overwhelming but there are quite a number of Gundam robots.
This large, incense-filled sanctuary built in the 19th century is one of Hong Kong’s most famous temples dedicated to the goddess of the...
Yau Ma Tei Theatre (1920) with Art Deco interiors and adjacent to the Wholesale Fruit Market , had for decades kept coolies and rickshaw...
The place for new art-house releases and rerun screenings. The Kubrick Bookshop Café next door serves decent coffee and simple meals.
Previously a roadside stall that started out by whipping up hearty claypot rice and oyster omelettes ($20) for night revellers and...
The liveliest night market in Hong Kong, Temple St extends from Man Ming Lane in the north to Nanking St in the south and is cut in two by the Tin Hau temple complex. While you may find better bargains further north in New Kowloon, and certainly over the border in Shenzhen, it is still a good place to go for the bustling atmosphere and the smells and tastes on offer from the dai pai dong (open-air street stall) food.
People shop here for cheap clothes, watches, pirated CDs, fake labels, footwear, cookware and everyday items. Any marked prices should be considered suggestions – this is definitely a place to bargain.
You’ll also find a surfeit of fortune-tellers, herbalists and, occasionally, some free, open-air Cantonese opera performances.
For street food, head for Woo Sung St , running parallel to the east, or to the section of Temple St north of the temple. You can get anything from a simple bowl of noodles to a full meal. There are also a few seafood and hotpot restaurants in the area.
The market officially opens in the afternoon, but most hawkers set up at about 6pm and start shutting up around 11pm. The market is at its best from about 7pm to 10pm, when it’s clogged with stalls and people. If you want to carry on, visit the colourful wholesale fruit market , which is always a hive of activity.
To reach Temple St market, take exit C2 from the Jordan MTR station and walk along Bowring St or exit C from the Yau Ma Tei MTR station and follow Man Ming Lane.