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Mong Kok Flower Market Hong Kong

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Mong Kok Flower Market Hong Kong In Bloom

Mong Kok Flower Market Hong Kong is located in a traditional Chinese Garden. Mong Kok preserves the many traditions of the past with it’s streets filled with markets, small shops, and food stalls filled with the delicacies of the area. Inside this fascinating area called Mong Kok, you will find Yuen Po Bird Garden, a cluster of bird shops. Here you will see all the bird owners taking their birds out for a walk. On the other side of Mong Kok is the famous Flower Market. These are not markets in the traditional sense, but rather clusters of streets dedicated to a single product.The streets themselves, reflect the characteristics of the shops that are clustered on them. Welcome to Mong Kok Flower Market Hong Kong!

Mong Kok Flower Market Hong Kong is filled with dozens of shops and florists with every kind of blooming flower your heart can desire. Not only are the shops loaded with blooms, but the over stuffed shops flow out onto the sidewalk in front. What a display of flowers!

It’s longevity is thanks to the importance of flowers in Chinese celebrations, especially Chinese New Year when flocks of locals throng the streets to pick the most colourful bouquets and get their hands on a prized Mandarin Tree.  In Mong Kok Flower Market Hong Kong, you will find fragrant blooms from around the world! The stalls are filled with fresh-cut flowers from the local gardens of Hong Kong, and exotic plants of Asia. The streets are a jungle of fresh foliage, and all the color you desire. Some of the more exotic flowers arrive by jet each morning. At the Mong Kok Flower Market Hong Kong  you will find Hollands exotic tulips and Japan’s finest orchids. Along side the gorgeous roses, you may see plants of luck or prosperity from China, such as Orchids, Mandarin trees, Lotus plants, or Bonsai trees. Mong Kok Flower Market Hong Kong is a pleasant start to any day.

The markets longevity through the years is due to the importance of flowers in Chinese everyday life, and the many celebrations throughout the year. Visit the Mong Kok Flower Market Hong Kong this year during the Chinese New Year celebrations for a most spectacular view of your life time. You will see the flocks of locals on the streets of Mong Kok, out looking for that special bouquet or plant. Everyone needs a special Mandarin Tree to give them luck and prosperity for the coming year!

Directions To Mong Kok Flower Market Hong Kong

Mong Kok Flower Market Hong Kong  is served by rail and the service is regular throughout the day and evening. MTR Tsuen Wan and Kwun Tong lines have two stations in this area: Prince Edward Station is to the north and Mong Kok Station is to the south. Both stations are close to the Mong Kok area.

The time is now to think about your next trip to Asia. Grab your passport and let’s head to Hong Kong and The Mong Kok Flower Market Hong Kong. See you there!

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