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Flower Market

The Flower Market is located on Flower Market Road (where else?) near Prince Edward Road West. Flowers from all over the world are sold both wholesale and retail. For the same amount of money you spend in a flower shop for a dozen roses, you can get a much bigger bunch of guaranteed-fresh flowers here in a variety of colors. The flowers sold here are always fresh and smell very good. So head down to this market to gift that someone special a nice bouquet of a variety of flowers.

Causeway Bay

The scintillating nexus of Hong Kong’s culture, commerce and entertainment, Causeway Bay is a retail paradise. Located on the northern shore of Hong Kong Island, Causeway Bay is one of the city’s top shopping and nightlife districts. Originally a fishing harbor and warehouse area for merchants, Causeway Bay has became a shopper's paradise, drawing the biggest crowds on Friday evenings and Saturday afternoons. Illuminated by numerous signboards and bright banners, this teeming precinct houses sites and attractions like Sogo Hong Kong, Times Square, World Trade Centre and the strikingly contemporary Hysan Place. As many of the shops stay open beyond midnight, the district metamorphoses into a popular local spot for nighttime revelry as the night goes on. Apart from large department stores, Causeway Bay houses a number of restaurants, ranging from affordable Dai Pai Dongs to more upscale establishments.

Ladies' Market

Also known as Women's Street because it used to sell goods only for women, Tung Choi Street is similar to Temple Street Night Market, except that it starts its trading day at noon. In addition to the street stalls, which sell anything from furiously beeping alarm clocks and glittering faux designer watches to unisex clothes and CDs, there are also lots of small shops that sell all sorts of other stuff. The market is generally quite crowded, and a bit of pushing is just as expected as haggling over prices. Ladies' Market is situated in the southern part of the Tung Choi Street.

Temple Street Night Market

Looking for cheap clothes, food, watches or footwear? Temple Street is the place to go to. Almost everyone will find a bargain at this night market. Temple Street runs all the way from Man Ming Lane to Ning Po Street and is divided in two by the Tin Hau Temple, the street's namesake. For some street-stall food, it is best to head north of the temple, where anything from a bowl of noodles to a full seafood meal can be found.

Jade Market

Jade Market, as its name suggests, specializes in the deep green gem jade. A gigantic jade stone monument punctuates this market that is bustling with crowds. This stone is believed to be a symbol of good luck, and newborns are blessed with them in the local culture. An array of hues, qualities and types are available depending on your zodiac sign and horoscope. Tourists are seen bargaining down to a convenient midpoint with vendors. Also on offer are an array of items, knicknacks, electronics, home decor and clothing. Head here to pick up a souviner typical of Southeast Asia.

Dafen Village

For those who wish to hang paintings of Van Gogh and Rembrandt and buy them at an affordable price, the Dafen Village is the place to be. Located in the suburb of Buji, the village is known for its production of painting replicas. This unique venture was started by Huang Jiang, who trained a bevy of painters for recreating some of the most famous paintings. The major requirement for painters is to add something to make it obvious that the painting is a replica. Once a producer of over 60 percent of the world's oil paintings, this village is a delight for art lovers.

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