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The Fu Shin Street traditional bazaar is one of Hong Kong’s oldest surviving wet markets, dating back to 1892.
The Fu Shin Street traditional bazaar is one of Hong Kong’s oldest surviving wet markets, dating back to 1892. The traditional market is part of the old Tai Po Market, and is abuzz with vibrant shops, hollering vendors, and haggling shoppers throughout the day. Find fresh local produce, seafood, meat, and inexpensive food stalls where you can fill up on some excellent food. Worth stopping by after a visit to the heritage Man Mo Temple nearby.
Tai Po, Hong Kong
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