Want to see a cross-section of Hong Kong society in one short street? Then visit the last remaining Night Market in Hong Kong. Once a popular entertainment known as "Poor Man's Night Club" the Temple Street Night Market is the last remaining example in Hong Kong. Help us protect this unique part of Hong Kong culture by sampling the wears in the market stalls, Chinese Opera show or by visiting a fortune teller.
Restaurants and Eating
As a street market the Shopping should be seen as the mainstay of Temple Street Night Market, but as many people come here to dine as to buy. It is one of the few places in Hong Kong where the traditional street-food restaurants or Dai Pai Dongs are still to be found, mixed among the market stalls, spilling out of the shop fronts, or congregating in the Woosung Street Temporary Hawker Food Bazaar. Enjoy snacks or a full dinner of fresh fish, spicy crab, claypot rice and other unique dishes.