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Ladies’ Market 女人街, Hong Kong

By on September 4, 2015 in Hong Kong

The Ladies’ Market 女人街, Hong Kong was more organised and seemed to have a wider range of stalls than the Fa Yeun Street Market.

As the market is on closed roads there were no cars or bikes so I found it almost relaxing when wandering around. It was great to be away from the constant traffic and car horns of the main roads of Hong Kong. There seemed to be a lack of hussle and bustle about the place.

In the Ladies’ Market, I saw stalls selling clothes, bags, beads, suitcase, phone covers, T-shirts, shoes, household odds and ends, and stuffed toys. In fact, pretty much anything except for food and furniture.

The main walkways between the stalls of Ladies’ Market 女人街 are quite narrow, and at times it was difficult to get around.

The Market had some stunning T-shirt stalls.

And it seemed to be the place to go to get your ‘I ❤️ Hong Kong’ T-shirts.

The Ladies’ Market 女人街 is an interesting place to visit and looks like somewhere to pick up a few bargains (some genuine and some less so). I must admit that I am not sure why it is called the Ladies’ Market 女人街 though. Thoughts?

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