NUI YAN KAI or ladies market!
Ladies Market on Tung Choi Street, Mongkok, an afternoon and evening market
In March 1975, 20 locations in Kowloon were designated as "Hawker Accreditation Area" by the Hong Kong Government and Ladies Market was the first to be accredited. The market, located on Tung Choi Street in Mong Kok originally ran from the Argyle Street to Shuntang Street junctions with Tung Choi Street but was later extended further south to the junction with Dundas Street. Its name "Nui Yan Kai" (Ladies Market) is taken from its reputation for selling bargain fashionable ladies clothing and also to distinguish it from “Mens Market”, Temple Street Night Market (see above), although this is nowadays something of a misnomer and the market sells a huge range of ladies, mens and childrens clothes, sports goods, electrical goods, toys and souvenirs. Any “designer labels” are certainly fake but there are bargains to be had and huge discounts can easily be negotiated from already low asking prices. This is a large and for much of the time, a very busy market and navigating through the crowds here can be exhausting. Nelson Street and Soy Street are pedestrianised from 4pm to 10pm on Mondays to Saturdays and 12 noon to 10pm on Sundays and public holidays.
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