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Most stalls close between about 11-30pm and midnight. GETTING THERE – MTR to either Jordan or Yau Ma Tei.From Jordan MTR Station take exit A and at the top of the steps at street level turn right along Jordan Road and Temple Street is the third street on the right.Since the 1920's local residents had gathered under the shade of a large banyan tree in front of the temple, which soon attracted hawkers and local performers such as opera singers and martial arts exponents.In 1968, a site by the temple was given over by the government to the increasing number of hawkers, and was divided into stalls each measuring 3' x 4'.

Attractions include beaches (Stanley Main Beach and Stanley St Stephens Beach), waterfront promenade and boardwalk with shops, restaurants and cafes, temples, Murray House, Stanley Plaza, Hong Kong Correctional Services Museum, Stanley Ma Hang Park, Stanley Military Cemetery are of which all within walking distance of the market.Here nobody expects to pay anything like the marked prices and it is quite normal to "bargain" down to half the asking price.In the section of the market from Public Square Street towards Jordan Station can be found fortune tellers, palm and face readers and tarot card readers who, for a small sum offer to look into the future, and groups of Cantonese opera and, occasionally Western, singers and musicians.For more information on getting to Stanley Market see STANLEY TEMPLE STREET NIGHT MARKET, YAU MA TEI Tourists seeking bargains at Temple Street Night Market Hong Kong’s largest night market is located in the Yau Ma Tei and Jordan area of Kowloon and runs almost parallel to the western side of Nathan Road.The market which takes its name from the Tin Hau Temple which it bisects from north to south.

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