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Temple Street Night Market

Temple Street Night Market

Temple Street Night Market is the busiest marketplace that comes alive at night. Make sure to drop by this flea market to taste delicious local foods and purchase just about anything—from clothes, accessories/souvenirs, to electronics. Additionally, there are even opera singers and fortune tellers in this market.

Travelling to Hong Kong, China

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Hong Kong is a small but vibrant city buzzing with energy. Proclaimed as “Asia's World City”, Hong Kong is a multicultural metropolis. Not only because it had been a British colony for nearly 150 years, Hong Kong also absorbed cultural influences from many foreigners living there—originated from Australia, Japan, Europe, Korea, and also America.

Visiting Hong Kong gives you endless possibilities. From sight seeing the skyscrapers and city life, enjoying museums and amusement parks, shopping spree, having a culinary tour, to relaxing in beautiful beaches and tropical paradise; Hong Kong has it all. But on top of it, make sure these places are in your itinerary when traveling to Hong Kong

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Hong Kong Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

While entrance to Temple Street Night Market is free, the rest are not and you'll have to fight to win the tickets! To save your time and your energy, we advice to pre-book admission fees in advance. That way you don't have to be a part of long lineups plus you'll get some perks as well!

How To Get Around?

Array of public transportations are provided to make commuting from one Hong Kong attraction to another much easier. The first and also the most convenient one is by MTR. You can also go around hop from Hong Kong to nearby islands such as Lantau and Lamma Island by ferries. While trams is the oldest form of public transportation in Hong Kong it still runs well. Riding on a Ngong Ping 360 cable car also treats you with stunning scenery of the city and its surrounding from above.

What Should I Wear?

There's no particular dress code rules when you're visiting Hong Kong attractions. However, be sure to wear clothes accordingly to the season. Most Hong Kong women usually wear clothes that is more conservative and not revealing too much skin, while Hong Kong men more often than not dress in smart casual clothing.

Hong Kong Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

Between mid-October to late December is the best time to visit Hong Kong. You can enjoy the comfortable temperatures, avoiding Hong Kong's summer weather that is sauna-like and typhoon-prone.


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How To Get There?

There are a wide range of means of transportation accessible for your choice. You may go over land, ocean and air by means of these advantageous options: train, ferry or plane.
There are regular daily flights to Hong Kong from major cities in the world to Hong Kong International Airport.
For train users, MTR is running regularly through train intercity services between Shanghai, Beijing and Guangdong Province. Traveler will be needed to pass through a Hong Kong Immigration Control Point in Hung Hom Station on Kowloon harbour front.
For ferry users, Hong Kong is connected to numbers of ports in China wih hi-speed boats through Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and HKIA off Lantau Island.

Additional Info

Purchasing transportation passes such as Airport Express Travel Pass, Octopus Card, and MTR Tourist Day Pass will greatly helps you during your commute around Hong Kong. Not to mention it's fairly easy to buy one. Do invest on these passes especially if you're going to use public transportations often.
You will see Swastika symbols everywhere especially in Buddhist temples. The symbol however, have nothing to do with Hitler and his Nazi. Swastika is originally and always a religious symbol of Buddha for people of Hong Kong. This one is a heads-up just so you don't freak out when seeing one.