Street markets heaven in Sham Shui Po 1 of 2, Hong Kong

CAUTION: If you or your child feel dizzy or nauseous when watching this video, keep watching and rest later. Enjoy my great editing work. 

Just to provide a general summary of Sham Shui Po, the neighborhood that I live in, is a pretty old part of Hong Kong. It used to be a commercial, industrial, transportation hub of Hong Kong. It is now known for its street markets and electronics. When I say street markets, it's not just one or two streets. I'm talking about blocks after blocks of street stalls selling everything from fabrics, household items, clothes, shoes, toys, pornographies, televisions, computers, and tons of second hand items.

Shopping and eating in Sham Shui Po is much cheaper than in other popular places like Mongkok because it is not as touristy. Many travel guide books mentioned that The Ladies Market in Mongkok is a must to visit, but if you want to go somewhere that has a more local feel to it and get a better bargain for things you want, then I would highly suggest to go to Sham Shui Po.

After 11 pm, the area is a different scene than during the day, which I will show on the next post. For now, try to enjoy the video.


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