44, Lung Mong Building, 38-44 Mong Kok Rd, Mong Kok, Hong Kong
Ladies Market is arguably one of the most popular and well-known street markets in Hong Kong. Located in the heart of Mong Kok, the street stalls sell a mix of souvenirs, clothes, electronics and other knick-knacks.
The Ladies Market is open every day of the year except the first day of the Chinese New Year.
Plenty of food and drink outlets in the immediate vicinity
Things get going from noon and as late as midnight, if you visit early in the morning, stand/shop owners will very likely be in the process of setting up their stands and the merchandise.
Don't ever pay full price. Not even 50%, offer 20% of what they ask for.
In practice it is hard for any car or van to go along the road after 10am in the morning
At night, the markets are quite lively and crowded
Keep an eye on your belongings
It's just a short stroll off Nathan Road near Mong Kok station
On Sundays and holidays, the prohibition on cars starts at Noon and runs until Midnight.
The Ladies Market is on Tung Choi Street between Argyle and Dundas Streets
Starhouse Plaza, 3 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, China
Jade Garden has over 40 years of serving classic Cantonese cuisines for the public. Must-try dishes include: Barbecued Honey-glazed Pork, Flamed Drunken Fresh Prawn and Conpoy Dumpling Filled with Superior Soup.
Reasonably priced for the quality of food
They have a good lunch package and you can try a variety of dim sum in this package.
Make sure you make a reservation! This place is usually packed for dinner and of course make sure you arrive on time.
It gets busy so be prepared to wait but the size of the place means that tables become available quickly.