Ladies street is one of the busiest street in Hong Kong, it is also known as Tung Choi street. It is an open air bazaar. It is located at the central area of Mong Kok City. Mong Kok is also a crowded city which full of buildings, shops and people. In Ladies street, you can find cheap commodities and also a lot of replica product which made in Hong kong are mainly sold.
Ladies street is one of the busiest street in Hong Kong, it is also known as Tung Choi street. It is an open air bazaar. It is located at the central area of Mong Kok City. Mong Kok is also a crowded city which full of buildings, shops and people. In Ladies street, you can find cheap commodities and also a lot of replica product which made in hong kong are mainly sold.
The goods at this bazaar are all negotiable. You can have lots of fun time negotiating the price. It is the delightful place of collecting cheaper goods. Ladies street can be easily reached by taking train in anyplace of Hong Kong to Mong Kok station. There are many signboard that guide the tourist to Ladies street, so make sure to visit this place when you go to Hong Kong.
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