LADIES’ MARKET, HONG KONG

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Ladies’ Market, Hong Kong

Video: Hong Kong “Ladies Market” on Kowloon

Tung Choi Street, Hong Kong
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Located in the heart of Mongkok District, the section of Tung Choi Street between Argyle Street and Dundas Street is known by the locals as “Ladies Market” or “Women’s Street”.
The street probably started out as a street where the local women went shopping for bargain clothing, small household items, and stuff that typically women would shop for.Nowadays, it is mainly “soft” goods that you would find there – clothing, clothing, and clothing. Well, there are also dolls, small rugs, towels, potpourri, etc.; items that most men don’t write home about.
Ladies Market” / “Women Street” Tung Choi Street, Mongkok: The main “thoroughfare” of Ladies Market, with stalls on both sides.

www.12hk.com/area/Mongkok/LadiesMarket.shtml – Cached

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Street Basker at Ladies’ Marhet

Jan 29

Ladies Market Hongkong atm. ><

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Top four most loved attractions in are The Peak, Star Ferry, the ‘Ladies Market’, and Temple Street Night Market.

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Jan 14

3.1 || HONG KONG!! (Tsim Sha Tsui, Victoria Harbour, Ladies Market) – Hong Kong Video

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Jan 4

De compras por el Ladies Market en

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A TOUR OF LADIES’ MARKET IN PHOTOS

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Posted on Thursday, 24 May 2012

It’s so important to know where the ATM is!

They are not expensive.

Huge western-style sausages but we didn’t eat it…

That’s really Chinese. The family that eats together stays together…

Not unexpected…

A policeman walks past the place…

These were unexpected!

Paraphernalia related to the subject

See the row of stalls on the left? Fortune-tellers are waiting for people to stop by to consult them….

Fortune-tellers at work

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Posted on Wednesday, 23 May 2012

Not for me, no thanks!

We stayed in this hotel.

Lots and lots of bags, attractive, of good quality but not expensive!

Food is always important when you travel and in Hong Kong, food was almost always Cantonese, which suited us.

These were huge but not very tasty.

We were adventurous with food, willing to try the novel and strange…

We loved the food at this Beef Brisket shop, a little corner lot. The next photos of the place.

That is the toilet door. It’s a cubicle. Only customers are allowed to use it.

Genuine beef balls!

Beef noodless (gnau lamm)

The char-siew (sweet, reddish roast pork) was not as good as that found in Ipoh.

Road side stall (tai pai tong) is best food…

Fried geese…

Roast geese (siew gnor): juicy meat, lots of meat unlike roast duck

Fried bee-hoon and porridge

Lap cheong (Chinese sausage)

Hand-held signboard trying to lure potential customers..

Competition for customers off the street is keen

When the light turns green for pedestrians, we cross…

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CNN

Nine dead in fire at popular Hong Kong market

November 29, 2011
The death toll from a deadly fire that swept through a popular tourist market in Hong Kong Wednesday morning has risen to nine, officials have said.

Eight charred bodies were removed from the scene, while 30 people were taken to hospital for treatment — four are in a critical condition.

Fire crews are continuing to battle the fire — with at least 12 fire trucks on the scene, according to the CNN crew on the ground.

The death toll from a deadly fire that swept through a popular tourist market in Hong Kong … blaze broke out at a hawker stall close to the LadiesMarket

articles.cnn.com/2011-11-29/asia/world_asia_hong-kong… – Cached

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