Hong Kong Rugby Sevens Visitor's Guide

Street Walk: Mong Kok

Well-known as one of the most densely populated areas of the world, a tiny district like Mong Kok has so much more for you to discover, from trendy fashion, exquisite antiques, and exotic breeds of birds and fishes.



Duration:  3-4 Hours

Starting Point  起點
MTR Prince Edward Station, Exit B1
Yuen Po Street Bird Garden, Flower Market and Goldfish Market
Exactly what they say they are: stalls selling songbirds in landscaped courtyards; an aromatic street filled with every kind of blossom you can think of; goldfish swimming in plastic bags along Tung Choi Street.
Fa Yuen Street 花園街
Trendy fashion and casual wear at bargain prices.
Ladies’ Market 女人街
Nickname aside, the market is actually chock-full of items for people regardless of age or gender: souvenirs, knick knacks, footwear, clothing, etc.
Jade Market and Jade Street
The revered green stone is the star of the show here.
Tin Hau Temple & Temple Street Night Market
油麻地天后廟 & 廟街夜市
Long before land reclamation, this temple was actually at the waterfront of Kowloon. The famous market is named after it – make sure you go closer to twilight, when it comes alive.
End Point:
MTR Jordan Station 港鐵佐敦站