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Travel Tips

Getting There

100 ft. PARK

1/F. 220 Apliu Street

Sham Shui Po


MTR Exit C2

Thursday - Friday:             4pm-8pm

Saturday - Sunday:           2pm-8pm

Monday - Wednesday:      Closed




Nearby Attractions

Exotic Street Food On Fuk Wa Street

The tantalizing smell of the street food on Fuk Wa Street lingers in your nose. Locals come for the popular grilled squid tentacles and curry fish balls. Newcomers might find ngau zap (braised cow offal) and zaa dai cheung (fried pork intestine) creepy, but if they are well prepared, the awful flavor of the internal organs should be replaced with only the springy texture and the delicious marinated sauce.


Tim Ho Wan

Sham Shui Po’s only Michelin-starred restaurant, which serves its world-renowned BBQ pork buns and other delicacies, including steamed pork dumplings and steamed beef balls with bean curd, for approximately $3 a plate.



Flea Market

The Flea Market on Apliu Street is the main reason that visitors will come to the district.  This famous attraction runs every day of the week, including weekends and public holidays.

Originally focusing on power tools and audio equipment, such as record players, the market has now grown to encompass a wide range of different products, but still with a technical focus and hardware.


Golden Computer Arcade

Golden has become a pronoun for the computer center in Hong Kong. Pragmatists and IT geeks alike look for PCs, complete systems, video games, software engineering books and even the service of fast data recovery here all at a discounted price.



Old Meets New

Although Sham Shui Po is one of the oldest districts in Hong Kong, young artists and designers from all over the city congregate here. Yu Chau Street, also known as “Bead Street,” with “Ribbon Street” (Nam Cheong Street), “Leather Street” (Tai Nan Street) and “Button Street” (Ki Lung Street) just around the corner. Everyone sources from these streets, from design students to professionals. In Sham Shui Po, there’s a sense that you can make anything happen.

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