Hong Kong Street Markets
Opening Hours: 
7:00am – 7:00pm (daily, except the first day of the Chinese New Year)
Prince Edward station - Exit B1
Flower Market Road, Mong Kok, Kowloon

Located in Mong Kok just a few minutes on foot from the Prince Edward MTR station, the Flower Market is one of the most colorful places in Hong Kong. It is adjacent to the Yuen Po Street Bird Garden and is a few minutes away from the Goldfish Market. Also, Royal Plaza Hotel is right across the road.
Fresh cut flowers at the Flower Market
The market occupies several streets: Flower Market road and adjacent to it parts of Prince Edward road West, Sai Yee and Yuen Po streets.
Prince Edward Road West, Garden Supplies
It comprises a large number of shops that offer a plethora of exotic blossoms, houseplants, a wide variety of fresh flowers (roses, tulips, orchids, chrysanthemums, lilies, etc) and garden supplies (equipment, accessories, seeds, etc).
Small cactuses and aloes
Most shops are generally open from 7:00am till 7:00pm. But because each flower shop is independent, the opening hours are up to the owner. A good time to visit is in the morning (8-10am).
Flowers at the shop
A few days before the Chinese New Year the shops are filled with kumquat and mini orange trees, which symbolize luck and good fortune.
Mini orange trees, Sai Yee street

Additional Information

Hints & Tips

- For many travelers the market itself isn't worth a visit, compared to the Ladies Market or Temple Street. But it's worth a try if you plan to visit it together with other themed markets nearby.

Getting There
How to get there. The Flower Market is easily accessible. Take the MTR and get to the Prince Edward station (MTR Tsuen Wan Line or MTR Kwun Tong Line). Get out of the station through Exit B1, make a U-turn and walk 3-4 minutes along Prince Edward road West until you see stalls with flowers and houseplants.
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Note: The information above is for reference only and is subject to change without prior notice.