The ‘Flower Market’ and its surrounding communities share a unique historical background. Hundred years ago, the territories comprise the mainland area north of the Boundary Street of Kowloon Peninsula, attribute to the street became as one of the oldest streets in Kowloon. At that time, farmers from new territories supplied flowers and fresh fruits to urban citizens. Numerous street pedlars gradually transformed to the early stage of ‘Flower Market’, one of the streets was named Flower Market Road. Kowloon-Canton Railway came into operation in early 20s made the place even more prosperous with diversified community economies, nowadays, Flower Market has become an important landmark in the Kowloon Peninsula.
The Flower Market and neighboring businesses build a mutualistic community, including the adjacent area such as Yuen Po Street (Bird Garden), Tung Choi Street (Goldfish Market and Ladies Market), Sai Yeung Choi Street and Fa Yuen Street (Sneakers Street) etc., represent Hong Kong’s unique living culture.
香港九龍太子花墟太子道西204號 (港鐵旺角東站D出口 – 花墟出口)
204, Prince Edward Road West, Mong Kok, Kowloon, HONG KONG
(MTR Mong Kok East Station Exit D, Exit for Flower Market)
熱線 Tel: 2876-2492 傳真 Fax: 2876-2496