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Cat Street Market

Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, China
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We are not entirely sure why it is called Cat Street, but if you are interested in Chinese art; sculpture, beads, wall hangings and more, head here for a street with a number of shops selling this stuff with not too much of a hefty...More

Thank aroundtheclockfoodie
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Reviewed 5 July 2018

Although many of the shops featured some mass-produced items, many others stores offered real trash and treasure from the past. If you like pottering around for unusual things, then this is the place to enjoy an afternoon. I loved the atmosphere and the market is...More

1  Thank beryl_be
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Reviewed 6 June 2018

We went here hoping to find some old, interesting treasures. We found a few, but it was still tough to find something other than mass produced chochkies. Every market we found here in Hong Kong was filled with so much of the same crap. When...More

Thank Ryan R
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Reviewed 1 June 2018

Cat street is full of Maoist era memorabilia and other so-called antique coins and such. It's a hodge podge of all sorts of desirable, and quirky objects that you can probably get on the slightly cheaper side if you're looking for souvenirs. Don't be fooled....More

Thank Nicola K
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Reviewed 18 May 2018 via mobile

You'll find Cat Street on Upper Lascar Row, a short walk from Man Mo Temple. Lined with shops and street stalls selling everything from old coins to furniture and vases. Best time to go is after noon as not all stalls open early. Another feature...More

Thank XAGTKate
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Reviewed 30 April 2018 via mobile

The stalls on the street had a wide variety of goods. We found that the shopkeepers tended to be a bit more involved than in other areas.

Thank Lorne_Alexandra
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Reviewed 18 February 2018

Finding a hidden gem amid the junk is always fun when traveling. The street is filled with tiny shops and you can spend hours just looking at them. I got into this small store full of junk (yes, I believe it's more precise to describe...More

Thank Mana T
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Reviewed 12 February 2018

If you are over at the Hong Kong Island side, this is a great place to venture for some odds and end souvenir shopping that is all located on a pedestrian street called Cat Street (aka Upper Lascar Row)-- be aware that you will need...More

1  Thank karenpammy2016
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Reviewed 1 February 2018 via mobile

Recently in Hong Kong and hit the shopping district. All designer stores. Maybe fun for some but we are in NYC pretty regularly so really not interested. Found the Cat street market! This won't change your life and wouldn't suggest traveling to Hong Kong just...More

Thank Richard G
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Reviewed 16 December 2017 via mobile

Different from the regular plastic tat and knock off bags, here you can find memorabilia and Chinese trinkets. Many of the stalls are extensions of small stores but I doubt any items are authentic. An interesting wander through an historic street. We haggled and pick...More

Thank Johnnie C
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