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12 Things to do in Mong Kok – discover one of the liveliest areas of Hong Kong

This part of Hong Kong is known for its unique night markets, shopping malls, trendy restaurants, and so much more! Don't forget to head to Mong Kok next time you are in Hong Kong.


Ladies market

The market is everything its name's sake says it is. Anything and everything that the ladies desire can be found here. Clothes, makeup, accessories, footwear, furniture, and so much more. With over 100 stalls this is probably one of the favourite haunts of ladies of the Kowloon District.


Check out Ming court

This Michelin starred restaurant is the best way to treat yourself and your loved ones. This romantic restaurant specialises in authentic Cantonese style cooking!


Night Market at Temple street

This market is located close to the Tin Hau temple. It is a great place to grab some bargain souvenirs, electronics, trinkets, and enjoy the night-time atmosphere of the market.


Sneaker street

As the name suggests, there are plenty of shoes to be found here. The street is lined with shops such as Nike, ebok, Addidas, high street brands such as Jimmy Choo and so much more.


Street art

Also known as Mong Kok's wall of fame, it is a hidden street in Argyle Street. A nice place for art lovers to wander about and take a look at the local graffiti artists.


Street food

There are a plethora of amazing dishes to try out here. Cantonese food and Chinese take the centre stage. All types of food are available from meats, tofu, snacks and speciality dishes such as stinky tofu and grilled dim sum with scallions.


Langham Place

Situated in Kowloon District and spread over 60000 sq feet the mall has over 15 stories of shops. Most shops are high street brands and many restaurants can be found in the mall. It also happens to be the largest shopping centre in Mong Kok.


Thrift shopping

''Me and George'' is an old but popular thrift shop that is located in Tung Choi Street. Many vintage clothes from Japanese and Korean apparels can be found here. Most clothes are in excellent condition and one of a kind.


Sai Yeung Choi Street

This long stretch of pedestrian street is a great place for shopping. You will find shops with the latest electronics and gadgets and local stores such as Broadway and Fortress. Taste local street food delicacies such as Hong Kong stir-fried noodles and Taiwanese Fried chicken in the restaurants nearby.


Computer centre

The Computer Centre at Mongkok has over 70 retail stores and has every electronic gadget conceivable. Everything you want be it a mobile phone, a laptop, a tablet, charging cables, or simply accessories this is the place for you.


Ondoddog Café

Head to this cute café all you dog lovers, you won't be disappointed! The café is home to six dogs, sip a coffee while petting these cuties and play board games with your friends.


Goldfish street

Check out a whole street filled with all types of ornamental fish, predominantly goldfish of various kinds and breeds. If you are checking out a place to stay in a Mongkok Hotel in Hong Kong, there are quite a few to choose from. Places like Dorsett Mongkok is a great option as well.

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