Mong Kok Flower Market- Everything You Need to Know

Mong Kok Flower Market- Everything You Need to Know

Mong Kok flower market one of the unrated markets in Hong Kong is located on Flower market road, Mong Kok, Hong Kong. One of the largest markets offering rows of rows of every flower as well as plant. Locals and tourists from all over the world buy auspicious plants and flowers for their home gardens. Most people do their shopping on Hong Kong New Year’s Eve. Let’s discuss all about this worthwhile shopping place with its flower variety, opening hours, accessibility, and nearby destinations.

Flower Market Experience

Whether you are willing to cut flowers, potted plants, seeds, or orchids you will find everything in this market. Most shops specialize in specific plants and flowers like orchids or roses. Some of the shops carry every variety of flowers. Explore every shop for Chinese as well as imported verities. The shopkeepers also guide you about the breeding of every variety of plants and flowers. You can also get guidelines about the flowers that are relevant to your respective country’s environment.  Children love picking their flowers and plants.

Nearby Destinations

Hong Kong offers a lot of street markets most of the markets are near Mong Kok Flower Market:
·Apliu Street
·Hong Kong Bird Garden
·Goldfish and Aquarium market
·Sneaker Street
·Ladies Market Mong Kok

Flower Market Opening Hours

The market opening and closing hours are not specified because every shop is independent. But most of the shops open at 9:30 am and close at 7:30 in the evening. This time varies according to the environmental conditions and events. The market offers service to the tourists and locals 7 days a week. In short, market opening and closing hours are until the customers stop their shopping.

How to Get to Mong Kok Flower Market

MTR is the easiest and best transportation in Hong Kong. So, if you are willing to go to the flower market, take the MTR to Prince Edward station and walk east, or take Mong Kok East station and walk along the footbridge. Different bus routes also lead people to the market. You can also take your own ride. Plan your trip towards this stunning market without missing any chance and share it with your loved ones to avail them.

About Bashir Shaheen

Bashir Ahmad shaheen here, and I am a storyteller. Despite not being a professional tour guide, I am thrilled to share and write about the fun things to do in Hong Kong, the untold stories & even my personal observations.

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