Hong Kong, as known as a Shopping Paradise in Southeast Asia, is full of luxury shopping centres, small shops and boutiques everywhere in the city. However, if you are looking for decent, delicate, DIY handmade art and crafty products, you should definitely browse around one of the lovely markets on our list. You’ll be surprised of things that you could possibly find there. Follow us now!
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7 Art & Craft Markets You Can Find in Hong Kong
Sunday Special: Discovery Bay Sunday Market
Nothing is better than going to an open-air market in an outer island for a quick escape from the city on Sunday. This is the reason why we love this market so much. It’s not as busy as any other markets in town. Moreover, most sellers are foreigners; you will therefore be able to find quality handmade items in many diverse cultural styles in each stall.
For All Art Lovers: JCCAC Art Village
JCCAC is located in Shek Kip Mei which stands for Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre. This art village not only exhibits contemporary multi-media artworks, but also offers a space for a group of artist to hold a handmade market in a certain period of times. The handmade items the artists selling are usually one-of-a-kind but still affordable. You surely don't want to miss them out, do you?
A Market Tower: PMQ
PMQ was once a police married quarters, now a historically graded building used as a huge plaza for arts and design. The building is just like a small tower filled with many shops and boutiques that sell artistic and creative products. We believe that it's a great place to look for handmade gifts if you have more budgets.