Hong Kong Night Markets

Hong Kong Night Markets

Shopping and eating late into the night are key parts of Chinese society that are well catered for in many cities by “Night Markets”.  Hong Kong is no exception and you’ll find a great variety of market choices available well into the small hours.

Lei Yue Mun Seafood Bazaar

Home > Sightseeing > Kowloon >Lei Yue Mun Seafood Bazaar The village of Lei Yue Mun has long been the place to go for seafood and the official “Bazaar” is really more of a street packed with shops selling seafood, and restaurants cooking it. As...

Mid-Autumn Festival / Chinese Moon Festival

Mid-Autumn Festival or Moon Festival takes place on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar. Chinese people believe that on that day,  the moon is the biggest, roundest and brightest.  And the term round implies family reunion in Chinese. So the Moon Festival is a festival for members of a family to get together wherever it is possible. 

Chinese Food to eat in Hong Kong

Whether you are looking for fine dining or roadside stalls there is plenty to choose from here. If you don’t like MSG you will have problems because there is plenty in everything. Breakfast choices in Hong Kong Breakfast in Hong Kong is quite cheap in general...

Mid-Autumn Festival Moon Cake

Home > Festivals > Mid-Autumn Festival > Moon Cakes Moon cake history During the Yuan dynasty (A.D.1280-1368) China was ruled by the Mongolian people. Leaders from the preceding Sung dynasty (A.D.960-1280) were unhappy to live under foreign rule.  They...

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