Check Out the Revamped Temple Street Night Market in HK
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HK Revives Temple Street Market; Open From 2 PM-11 PM

Hong Kong’s iconic street food market comes alive again, just in time for the holiday season.

Temple Street, known for its vibrant night market popular among locals and tourists, has been overhauled as part of the government’s Night Vibes Hong Kong campaign.

Explore the authentic tastes of Hong Kong with a variety of food stalls showcasing local nibbles, exotic tastes, and nostalgic snacks! Twenty-two food stalls and 10 additional booths dot the 100-metre stretch of the revamped food market, offering local snacks and exotic finds.

Food from the Stalls
Website/Hong Kong Tourism Board

Enjoy curry fish balls, siu mai, fish maw soup, dim sum, snake soup, and more. Some stalls offer various childhood snacks like tong chung being, Ding Ding candy, and dragon beard candy. There are also vendors selling Southeast Asian bites and Mediterranean classics.

Childhood Candies
Website/Hong Kong Tourism Board

On top of food stalls, there are new thematic photo spots. Tourists and locals can check out the series of illuminated art installations and art projections within the area.

You can visit the food stalls from 2 PM to 11 PM until June 14, 2024. The Tin Hau Temple Complex and Yau Ma Tei monument are also extending their opening hours every Saturday from 5 PM to 10 PM in support of the campaign.

Whether you’re looking for something new or familiar to your taste buds, head out to the new Temple Street night market and satisfy your cravings!

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