This market in Kowloon’s Jordan district is best known for selling men’s clothing and accessories. The market starts at 2pm and really gets going around dusk, when the street is closed to vehicles and shoppers swarm into the street. The activity continues well into the evening.
More than a hundred stalls hung with colorful lights make up the main section of the market, offering jeans, shirts, pants, shoes, phones and watches. There are also some secondhand goods and antiques to be found. Like other street markets in Hong Kong, you’ll get better prices by bargaining.
The Temple Street market is particularly well known for its snacks and stand-up eateries, representing Hong Kong’s unique food culture. You’ll also find quite a few clinics near the market using traditional Chinese medicine for treating illnesses.