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Hong Kong Tour (Day 3): Avenue of Stars, Ladies Market, Temple Street

Travel to Hong Kong Day 3, we went to Avenue of Stars, Ladies Market and Temple Street. Same place but different road. Same place but different skies according to the days. Same place but different shadows according to the time. Same place but a different me. I have been to the Avenue Stars few years ago. I participated in CHANNEL [V] Super Junior contest‏ and won a trip to watch Super Junior Live in Hong Kong. That trip was my first overseas trip and it was really unforgettable.

Avenue of Stars

Avenue of Stars Hong Kong

How to get to Avenue of Stars Hong Kong? Take MTR West Rail Line and get off at East Tsim Sha Tsui Station, Exit J. Follow the signs to the Avenue of Stars.

to Avenue of Stars Sign Board

Hong Kong MTR Service Hours
East Tsim Sha Tsui Station 0544 – 0059
West Rail Line
First Train Last Train
to Hung Hom 0604 0049
to Tuen Mun 0554 0027
Tsim Sha Tsui Station 0554 – 0109
Tsuen Wan Line
to Central 0604 0054
to Tsuen Wan 0611 0059

Passengers may not pass through the entry gates less than 5 minutes before the scheduled departure time of the last train.

What else around East Tsim Sha Tsui Station?

around Avenue of Stars Hong Kong

Kowloon Park, Haiphong Road, Humphreys Avenue Exit A
Cameron Road, Granville Road, Hong Kong Museum of History, Hong Kong Science Museum, Tsim Sha Tsui East (near Cameron Road) Exit B
Peking Road Exit C
Carnarvon Road, Chungking Mansions Exit D
The Peninsula, Prestige Tower, The Kowloon Hotel Exit E
iSquare Exit H
Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong Space Museum, InterContinental Hong Kong Exit J
1881 Heritage, Hermes House, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Star Ferry Pier Exit L
Hanoi Road, Holiday Inn Golden Mile, Hotel Panorama by Rhombus, Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, T.S.T., K11 Art Mall, The Masterpiece Exit N
Chatnam Road South, Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel, Tsim Sha Tsui East (near Mody Road), Wing On Plaze/ Tsim Sha Tsui Centre Exit P
iSquare Exit R

Ladies Market

Ladies Market Hong Kong

How to get to Ladies Market (Tung Choi Street)? Take MTR Kwun Tong Line and get off at Mong Kok Station, Exit D. Follow the signs to the Ladies Market.

What else around Mong Kok Station?

Fife Street, Bute Street, Mong Kok Road Exit A
Trade and Industry Department Tower, Mong Kok East Station, Sai Yee Street Exit B
Langham Place, Portland Street Exit C
Argyle Street, Argyle Centre, Mong Kok New Town Mall, Tung Choi Street (Ladies Market) Exit D
Wing Lung Bank Centre, China Travel Service (H.K.), Chong Hing Square, Grand Plaza, HKPA MacPherson Stadium, Hotel MK, King Wah Centre, Mongkok Computer Centre, Nelson Street, Shantung Street Exit E

Hui Lau Shan Healthy Dessert

Hui Lau Shan Healthy Dessert

If you have a travel guide, you would probably come across Hui Lau Shan Healthy Dessert restaurant. We went to one located near the Mong Kok Station. We had a Mango Platter HKD$45 (Glutinous Rice Balls in Mango Juice, Crystal Jelly with Mango Ice Cream, Mango Mochi 1 piece) and a Signature Combo Set HKD$56 (Sago with Pomelo and Mango, Mango Mochi 3 pieces).

A place that I would not recommend.  The desserts tasted not as good as what was described in the travel guide. Furthermore, the waiters were not friendly and there was an armpit hair in the dessert. Disgusting! The best Mango dessert I have had in my life was the one in Bangkok, read Mango Tango – Best Mango Desserts in Bangkok.

Where to buy cheap souvenirs in Hong Kong?

Ladies Market is the answer. However, you got to be smart. My mum wanted to buy some “I Love Hong Hong” T-shirts for my relatives. For Hong Kong souvenir T-shirts, the cheapest I found were 1 piece for HKD$18; 6 pieces for HKD$90. There are vendors selling 1 piece for HKD$20; 6 pieces for HKD$100; 4 pieces for HKD$100 etc. I got myself a Kessler Plastic Bag Sealer there.

Temple Street

Temple Street Hong Kong

How to get to Temple Street? Take MTR Kwun Tong Line and get off at Yau Ma Tei Station, Exit C. We took a Taxi from Ladies market to Temple Street, HKD$20. In contrast with the Ladies’ Market, the Temple Street night market is well known as Men’s Street as it is popular for men’s fashion. We went there for dinner. Temple Street is very famous for its snacks and roadside dining, which serves local street cuisine. There is a wide range of delicious local delicacies.

Hing Kee Restaurant

Hing Kee Restaurant Hong Kong Temple Street

We had Deep Fried Oysters Cake HKD$25, Spare Ribs with Rice Pot HKD$27, Chicken with Rice Pot HKD$27, Fried Vegetables HKD$25 (water convolvulus), etc. at Hing Kee Restaurant (more than 30 years at Temple Street). This roadside restaurant was strongly recommended by our AirBnB Hong Kong Host – Where to stay in Hong Kong | Airbnb 2 bedroom apartment at Temple Street – That meal was the best meal I have had in Hong Kong, cost us a total of HKD$238. All of these culinary delicacies represent Hong Kong’s traditional and unique food culture.

Hing Kee Restaurant Temple Street Dishes

No. 14,15,19,21 Temple Street
No. 48 Arthur Street

What we had for breakfast and lunch?

Café De Coral Fast Food Limited

Café De Coral Fast Food Limited

Café De Coral, a fast food franchise based in Hong Kong. The restaurant offers breakfast during the morning, lunch during the noon hours, tea time meals during the afternoon and dinner during the night. Hong Kong people are always in hurry. No matter whom I met, they seems telling me, do not waste my time. This restaurant is just right for them.

Address: Mong Kok Soy Street 50 Foo Tat Building 1/F A
Tel: 2770 5339
Fax: 2771 5597

Hong Fatt Restaurant

Hong Fatt Roasted Meat Restaurant

We had roasted pork, goose, and duck platter for HKD$200 at Hong Fatt Restaurant located at Kowloon Nathan Road No. 509A. Hong Fatt roasted meats were just average, nothing special. Roasted meats especially roasted goose are must-eat in Hong Kong. Try to look for a good roasted meat restaurant there.