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Hotels near The Night Market

Being near the heart of Kowloon the night market is surrounded by a wide range of accommodation choices, to staying within easy walking distance of the market is not just possible but a great idea. Whether you are looking for luxury, budget or something in between you'll find hotel and guesthouses all along the nearby roads. 

For those on a longer stay in Hong Kong there are also serviced apartments and other longer term choices available which are close enough to use the night market as your dining room and eat here every day!

If you would rather stay in a different part of the region and visit as and when you feel the need for hot tasty food then try one of the other hotels in Tsimshatsui which are still within easy striking distance of the night market using some of the excellent public transport for which Hong Kong is justly famed.

A 3 Hotel - A brand new hotel right in the centre of the market. More details

"Best Hotel" - Yes, really the name of the hotel, find out more about Best Hotel here.

CHI Residences - For those wanting to spend more time, for weeks or months, then a serviced apartment such as those offered by CHI Residences may be just the thing. Read more about all the advantages here.

Eaton Hotel - A well established business hotel managed by the luxury Langham group, it's just around the corner from the market. learn more

Hotel Madera - Located off Nathan Road just opposite the entrance to the Night Market at end of Cheong Lok Street. More details

Rainbow Hotel - Formerly known as Chung Hing Hotel this recently refurbished tower hotel is on nearby Saigon Street. Read all about it here.

Nathan Hotel - Recently renovated this well known hotel is literally across the road, Nathan Road, from the Temple Street Night Market entrance. read about the hotel here.


Temple Street Gallery

Vibrant sight by day and night


Get to the Night Market

Visitors and locals alike congregate in the evenings in Hong Kong's last remaining Night Market. The Night Market at Temple Street has been a fixture of the Jordan/Yau Ma Tei district since at least the 1920s and probably before.

Today it boasts market stalls with fashions and accessories, seafood and claypot rice in traditional Dai Pai Dong restaurants, fortunetellers and tarot card readers, and Cantonese Opera singers. Nowhere else in Hong Kong is such an interesting cross section of Hong Kong culture, cuisine, commerce and society to be found.


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