Flower Market Hong Kong (Fa Hui)
Flower Market Hong Kong is a must-go attraction for horticultural lovers. Hong Kong Flower Market brought together over 50 retail and wholesale stores selling fresh cut flowers, auspicious flowers, lucky houseplants and more from the New Territories and around the world. If you visit Flower Market Hong Kong at dawn or at dusk, you will certainly catch the freshly delivered imported flowers. When the Lunar New Year, Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day approach, Hong Kong Flower Market always becomes extra busy.
Flower Market Hong Kong Opening Hours: 09:30 – 19:30 daily, except the first few days of Chinese New Year
Flower Market Hong Kong MTR Exit:
1) MTR Prince Edward Station (Tsuen Wan or Kwun Tong Line), Exit B1. Simple walk along Prince Edward Road West until you reach the market.
2) MTR Mong Kok East Station (East Rail Line), Exit C. Walk to Sai Yee Street via a footbridge, then walk along the street until you reach Prince Edward Road West where the market is.
Flower Market Hong Kong Chinese New Year
When we talk about Flower Markets Hong Kong, it is commonly referred to as Mongkok Flower Market (Fa Hui), which includes Flower Market Road, Yuen Po Street, Prince Edward Road West and Yuen Ngai Street. However, it may also mean Victoria Park Flower Market or Chinese New Year Hong Kong Flower Market, which is a great place to soak up the festive atmosphere.
Chinese New Year Hong Kong Flower Market 2017:
- Date: 22–28 January 2017
- Time: Noon to midnight (22–27 January); Midnight to 6am (28 January)
- Admission: Free
- Venue: 15 parks and playgrounds in Hong Kong (listed below)
Hong Kong Island:
• Victoria Park Flower Market, Causeway Bay
• Fa Hui Park near Mongkok Flower Market
• Cheung Sha Wan Playground
• Morse Park, Wong Tai Sin
• Kwun Tong Recreation Ground, Kwun Tong
New Territories East:
• Man Yee Playground, Sai Kung
• Po Hong Park, Tseung Kwan O
• Yuen Wo Playground, Shatin
• Tin Hau Temple Fung Shui Square, Tai Po
• Shek Wu Hui Playground, Sheung Shui
New Territories West:
• Sha Tsui Road Playground, Tsuen Wan
• Kwai Chung Sports Ground
• Tin Hau Temple Square, Tuen Mun
• Tung Tau Industrial Area Playground, Yuen Long
• Tat Tung Road Garden, Tung Chung
Characteristics of Hong Kong Flower Market
The one at Victoria Park is the largest and the second largest one is the one at Fa Hui Park. The stalls in Lunar New Year Fairs/ Flower Markets are usually divided into 3 areas: wet, dry and deli.
Wet area – sells auspicious flowers, lucky bamboo, Chinese New Year plants including the most popular peach blossom and daffodil.
Dry area – offers Chinese New Year paper windmill, decorations with Chinese New Year animals, ornaments, toys, balloons and more.
Deli area – usually sells Hong Kong street food
Have you ever been to any Flower Market Hong Kong? Let us know your shopping experience.
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