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As one of Hong Kong’s largest and most well-known markets, the Ladies Market on Tung Choi Street is a bargain hunter’s playground! Haggle your way through three parallel streets lined with hundreds of stalls selling inexpensive but trendy clothes and accessories.
Locals and tourists alike frequent the area, as this is the perfect place to go thrift shopping. Don’t let the market’s name fool you, though—there are men’s and children’s merchandise here as well!
Ladies Market is a great place to buy that "I heart HK" t-shirt and to practice your bargaining skills! Some stall holders do not list out a price so always ask. Most stalls open at 11:00 AM, and the place tends to get incredibly packed with locals and tourists.
Most people bring clothes, shoes, bags, and fashion back from Italy. Dom and I bring back food. Shameless amounts of it. Truffles, dried pastas, olive oils and aged balsamic vinegar... and pack them in boxes 📦 and newspaper 🗞 courtesy of the hotel concierge. Overweight luggage is a real concern with all that balsamic vinegar and olive oils 😅 If you head over, go on an empty stomach. There’s plenty to eat, lots of little stalls, and your mouth will be kept pretty busy with the constant gobbling.
One of the biggest outdoor markets in Hong Kong, Stanley Market is as much of a tourist attraction as it is a place to quench your hoarding habits. You can find almost anything here—from the essentials to the frivolous to the insane. (Triple-fused pentaminx 17x17x17 Rubik’s cubes, anyone?) Not everything is second-hand, but some items are recycled while some are handmade. The prices start off low, so there’s no need to play limbo. The area is a hotspot for pickpockets, though, so be careful!