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You can give Ladies Market a miss if you are not a fan of “Pasar Malan”.
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We left the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel at around 8 plus and decided to make a trip to Ladies Market in Tung Choi Street near the Mong Kok station. (Our train ride will pass by Mong Kok on our way back to hotel.)
This market is fairly easy to locate even you might find every street in HK about the same. However if you really can’t find, you just need to ask any local on the street, they should be able to guide you the way.
Ladies Market is one of the places interest not to miss in HK, but seriously, if you are not a fan of “Pasar Malan”, you can give this place a miss.
Well, due to this street is always so crowded, we had hard time chasing Yvette. The only way to stop Yvette from running around was to let her sit on my shoulder. She wasn’t very afraid but she did express some apprehension. She will keep calling me “MaMa” “MaMa” and keep uttering “PaPa Bao Bao”.
We only spent around an hour there to walk around the market. (Ladies Market is the place for bags, accessories and inexpensive women’s clothing. Men’s and children’s clothing and toys are also on sales too.) We got ourselves nothing but I gotten a set of traditional CNY clothing for Yvette at HKD 70 (around SGD 12.50).
We left the market after Yvette showed signs of tiredness.
P/S: All the pictures took by my hubby’s camera phone.