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I walked down the flower market road on the way to the bird gardens. Plenty of flower shops lining the road to give it a nice perfume and colour. It was quite busy but the shops are only on one side of the road so...More
it's a place that worth to go esp. if you love flowers, you can buy a large variety of flowers and different kinds of leaves there, good for flower arrangement, there also plants available if you don' buy cut flowers. The prices are reasonable, the...More
Great for those who love flowers and plants. While the market is not large, it has a great variety of things for home and garden. Most of the shops have beautiful displays, and it's a terrific place for photographing colorful arrangements.
A must do activity in Hong Kong! It was very beautiful and full of vibrant and stunning colours. It’s not as large as European flower markets but leads into other places such as the Kowloon Bird Market. Would definitely recommend to both tourists and locals...More
This place is packed with shops that sell fresh cut flowers as well as potted plants and flowers. Some shops offer great bargains for orchids but one has to shop around to compare prices which vary a lot from store to store!
It’s one of the highest density districts in the world, so come to Mong Kok prepared for action. Home to every market, restaurant and shopping arcade imaginable, Mong Kok is the one-stop shop to satisfy all your shopping needs. Dust off your finest negotiation skills and dive into the bartering frenzy. Similar retailers will conveniently congregate in the same area forming easy to remember references such as
“flower street” and “sneakers street.” Here you will also find various local delicacies being served at street snack shops or hole-in-the-wall restaurants. One reliable rule of thumb: the smaller the place, the better the food.