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Western Market


The Western Market (1906), an Edwardian-style building originally called the Harbour Office, was used as a freash produce market for 82 yrs. Two years later, this red-brick building was declared a historical monument, renovated and re-opened in 1991 as a shopping mall.

Chinese handicrafts, memorabilia and gift items are sold on the ground floor. On the 2nd floor, fabric merchants sell Chinese silk and clothes.

Sheung Wan MTR Exit B, turn right, walk about three minutes.