Mongkok
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SUPERBALL (by Natthinanchai)
Bangkok, Thailand23 contributions
Mar 2022 • Solo
1.good shopping street.
2.good eating street.
3.good fashion street.
4.good people street.
5.good brand name street.
6.good everything at Mongkok Hongkong ,China
Written 5 February 2023
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Gourmetaster
Hong Kong, China46 contributions
Apr 2022 • Couples
早兩日一放工就過左去旺角接太太收工😊順便行吓街,食吓飯,見到係IG有朋友去左呢間「日本野」好吸引😋即刻衝過去睇下有冇位先!好彩我去到果時唔太多人,一入座啲人就澎澎聲咁黎,全院滿座😝真係好彩!

石燒霜降吉列和牛 $228
睇賣相已經非常吸引!再喺石鍋上煎一煎,啲香味飄晒出嚟!入口即溶,非常高質!😋

火灸蝶魚裙邊帆立貝丼 $158
呢個本來係海膽丼,但因為反應實在太熱烈,去到嘅時候已經賣晒海膽,職員通知唯有轉帆立貝!😢不過帆立貝亦都好鮮好味😋

芝士煎餃子🥟 $68
一見到個Menu有芝士仲要配餃子第一時間即刻叫啦!🤪話晒小編都係一個芝士控😬

味道:😋😋😋😋 4/5
環境:😋😋😋😋😋 5/5
服務:😋😋😋😋😋 5/5
價錢:😋😋😋😋 4/5
翻食:😋😋😋😋 4/5

📍 日本野 (旺角)
旺角西洋菜南街2A號銀城廣場9樓

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Written 30 April 2022
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Snowy’s Cooking Kitchen
Hong Kong, China201 contributions
Dec 2021 • Couples
近排好多人食嘅甜品舖,又靚又打卡able,點可以唔嚟呢😋
🥐🧇Ice Cream Croissant Waffle八屋原味牛角窩夫配搭雪糕🍦💰$58
本身已經好鐘意食牛角包,仲要加埋入窩夫入面😍我真係完全地愛上了Croffle❤️(今個月已經食咗幾次Croffle🤫請留意之後的post🤭)
除了好味,就是好味!外面酥脆,熱食超正,加埋冰凍雪糕超正🉐推介🉐
🍵🥄Ui Matcha Tiramisu宇治抹茶提拉米蘇拿鐵🥛💰$58
好靚嘅擺盤😍香濃抹茶,仲有手指餅一齊食,飲得食得😋好特別,靚到唔捨得食呀❤️
💰$128/2ppl (include 10% service charge)
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📍旺角彌敦道575號Ladder Dundas 7樓
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Written 19 December 2021
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Mairwen1
United Kingdom7,977 contributions
May 2021
Mong Kok is known mainly for its busy street markets and the Goldfish, Bird and Flower Streets. These days, without tourists, the markets are very quiet. Whilst it makes it easier to shop without the jostling crowds, it’s a shame to see them that way.
Ladies Market in particular can be a lot of fun but it’s not for everyone. It can be claustrophobically overcrowded and on a sunny day, it can take a bit of stamina to stay the course. You can quickly find yourself hot, sweaty and exhausted. If you have dragged a reluctant partner with you, they will tire quickly and want to go home. You’re better off going on your own or with a like-minded friend.
However it’s also a treasure trove of copy shoes and handbags, cheap souvenirs and novelty items, clothing, toys, T-shirts, backpacks, leather belts and caps. Fierce haggling and bargaining are essential because the starting price will be wildly over the top. Generally you won’t find be offered a more realistic price until you start to walk away. Do take cash.
Don’t be tempted to go early because there’s no advantage. Nothing much opens in Mong Kok before midday. I’ve been caught out going early and having to hang around. On the plus side, everything stays open late (until 10pm or later).
GETTING THERE: By far and away, the best way to get to Mong Kok is by train. Get yourself an Octopus card and use the MTR. The station is large and may appear confusing but its very well organised. Before you leave the station, check the signs that list each exit, for example I use D3 for Ladies Market. This exit brings me up just 1 minute away from the start of the market. Its also helpful to look for one of the large wall maps and take a photo so that you can get your bearings (see photo below). Once back up on the street, most of the normal tourist destinations will have bright pink signs pointing you in the right direction
Written 7 October 2021
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BradJill
Hong Kong, China153,723 contributions
May 2021
Mongkok is a bustling district where Hong Kong's youthfulness, energy and creativity collides with old school culture, buildings and markets. It is a thriving district that is packed with crowds of all ages going about their respective lives and leisure interests.

There are numerous street markets scattered around Mongkok, one that I like is the Nelson Street Wet Market found on the west side of Nathan Road and Langham Place shopping mall and situated between Tong Mi Road (west) and Reclamation Street (east).

Nelson Street is lined with vegetable, fruit, meat, seafood, sundries dealers. You'll find loads of delicious fresh food as well as peculiar finds including fresh tofu blocks, thousand year eggs, Chinese medicine packs, frogs and other things you will rarely if ever see in western wet (food) markets.

The market is under large red umbrellas offering shade during midday when the sun is out. Still better to go from mid to late morning (9.30am) when stalls are stocked up and at their best for pictures. The trade-off is that the street can be packed with shoppers at this time of day as well.

In the end, you can actually traditional wet markets all around Hong Kong. If you are in Mongkok and interested in seeing one, this is a convenient and fun one to visit. Otherwise, it is rather easy to find good options elsewhere around the city as well.
Written 14 May 2021
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Leonhkny
Hong Kong, China11,329 contributions
Jan 2021
Mong Kok is literally the centre of Hong Kong. It is the busiest area in the city which offers everything from trendy shopping mall to unpretentious stalls. Restaurants are aplenty and serves food from around the world. Overall spending is cheap. Reserve at least half a day to explore the dazzling part of Kowloon.
Written 10 January 2021
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Feelingood73
Florence, Italy64 contributions
Mar 2020 • Family
First of all, the indicated MTR station here is wrong. The right station is Mongkok which means crowded corner for those who wonder. If you want a true sense of the city, this is a must visit or ideally must stay. It’s so rich of experiences, you won’t believe it.
Ladies markets, goldfish market, bird market, wet market (fruits, veggies, meat, seafood and fish), sneakers street... I could go on and on like that. Go to 618 Shanghai St freshly opened. These old HK houses were saved for a greater purpose and it’s superb.
Getting lost in Mongkok is amazing. Look around and you might remember some of the areas that served for movies.
Make a pit stop at Cordis Hotel near the Langham Mall. It’s the only luxurious break you can have in this neighbourhood. Great bar above the reception and the Chinese restaurant (1* michelin) is affordable and yummy.
Enjoy the real Hong Kong! It’s all in there
Written 8 March 2020
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Kevin X
19 contributions
Jun 2019
A must visit place when you are at Mong Kok, walk along the streets and you will be mesmerized with the locals.
Written 30 December 2019
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XSDARKLORD
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories749 contributions
Dec 2019 • Solo
In went there in search for Camera accessories and found quite a lot of what I was looking for. The place is full of life and buzz that even if you're not thinking of buying something, you'll enjoy seeing life going on all around.
Written 21 December 2019
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Goloh
Hong Kong, China264 contributions
Nov 2019
This will not be a conventional review. If you're reading about Mongkok now (November 2019) you probably know this district has been one of the focal points of massive civil unrest. Usually on weekend nights, but sometimes also on weekdays, masked protestors -- and no, we don't know who they really are -- battle it out with police, water cannon, rubber bullets, tear gas, pepper spray, and of course other protestors. This plays out on live TV and looks quite gruesome. We have no idea whatsoever when it will all end.

But what about you? Tourists are not the target, and anyone with a bit of common sense and awareness can detect trouble spots without becoming involved. This is not to say you won't get a snoot full of tear gas, but that is apparently part of the experience. The streets are usually narrow and crowded, and it's useful to keep in mind where you can dash if it looks like something will happen.

Mongkok under normal conditions is one of the most densely populated urban areas of the world. Everything is available, all things, all food, everything. You still largely have this, just with adventure that we who live here may not want but you will have a chance to experience. Until it ends, anyway.
Written 17 November 2019
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