Believe it or not, there is only one flower market in this jammed city. The Hong Kong Flower Market is located at the heart of Kowloon, an aromatic centre of Hong Kong’s wholesale and retail flower trade.

Brighten your day and treat yourself to flowers. Enjoy simple pleasure in life. Flower is a natural beauty – it brightens your space as well as your mood. For those who have visited there before, they probably would agree that taking a stroll at the market is in fact a therapeutic and relaxing experience.

The Hong Kong Flower Market is filled with vibrant colors and fragrances and it opens every single day, serving tourists and local alike. While you may have a wish list in mind as to what to buy and expect at the flower market, this place always gives you pleasant surprises as new arrivals of seasonal flowers and plants come in almost twice a week. From floral to woody, color to texture, you can create your own floral beauty at this special place.

There are dozens of flower stalls available. Not only cut flowers, the sellers also offer house plants, herbs, seeds and dried flowers. Take your time to tour around to compare their quality and prices. Other than picking key flowers, which usually are roses or flowers with larger blooms, always be reminded to buy some smaller flowers (which also called ‘filler’ flowers) and leaves to vivify your floral design.

Even better, buy fertilizers and flower nutrients for your plants and flowers to keep them healthy. Want to know more about flower care? Check here and find out more.

One more tip: The Hong Kong Flower Market is extremely packed during Chinese New Year. It has become a tradition for many Hong Kong people to go and buy auspicious plants after family union dinner. Flower stores at the Market tend to open til midnight before the first day of the Chinese New Year. Buying flowers at dark may be a bit challenging but it is definitely a fun festive activity to go with your family and friends! Enjoy!

Hong Kong Flower Market

Flower Market Road, Prince Edward, Kowloon
(Exit from the Prince Edward MTR Station, use exit B1 to come out onto Prince Edward Road West)

In the neighbourhood
Situated right in the heart of Hong Kong, it is no surprise that the flower market is surrounded by living culture of Hong Kong locals, where life for many is lived at street level. The Yuen Po Bird Garden and the Mong Kok street market are just around the corner.

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