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Late night shopping: Where to shop after 9pm in Hong Kong

  • Written by TimeOut
Neon signs and market stalls in Hong Kong at night

From bustling night markets to round-the-clock supermarkets, Hong Kong offers a diverse range of late-night shopping spots where the city comes alive under the glow of neon lights. Make the most of your waking hours with this shopping guide featuring shops that close after 9pm to satisfy your inner shopaholic.

Temple Street Market at night

Temple Street Night Market

Step into a vibrant tapestry of sights, sounds and flavours at the Temple Street Market. Wander through stalls of Chinese souvenirs, arts and crafts, electronics, accessories, and street-food restaurants, known as dai pai dongs, in this Insta-worthy street bazaar. As the sun sets, fortune tellers assemble tables and stools in their tents, offering palm and face reading and Chinese astrology consultations. A little further past these tents, you can also find open-air Cantonese opera performances.

Temple Street, Jordan, Kowloon

Colourful shop stalls selling souvenirs at Ladies’ Market

Ladies’ Market

The iconic one-kilometre-long Ladies’ Market in Mong Kok is a lively shopping paradise featuring rows of open stalls offering discounted fashion items. Expect to find womenswear, accessories, gadgets, travel essentials and souvenirs, all at irresistible prices. Don’t be shy to haggle your way to a great deal as most items here are open to offers.

Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon

Bustling Apliu Street Flea market at night

Apliu Street Flea Market

A haven for tech and vintage lovers, Apliu Street Flea Market in Sham Shui Po is the destination for those looking for bargain electronics, unique vintage products and second-hand items. The street turns into an official pedestrian precinct from noon every day, with the flea market closing around 9pm, and even later on weekends and holidays. 

Apliu Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon

Shop window displaying rows of sneakers on Sneaker’s Street

Sneakers Street 

Located in the heart of Kowloon, Sneakers Street is the ultimate shopping spot for footwear fanatics. Explore a vast collection of iconic brands, limited editions and exclusive releases all packed into a tiny stretch of road with over 50 trendy sneaker shops. Discover the latest trends and classics here, and find your perfect pair of kicks to walk in style on your Hong Kong adventures.

Fa Yuen Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon


Located in Kwun Tong, apm is one of the few shopping malls in the city that operates till late at night (its name is a combination of ‘am’ and ‘pm’). It houses over 170 retail outlets that stay open until midnight, along with numerous eateries that close at 2am. The mall also features a cinema, and various entertainment spots, including a karaoke bar and game zone.

418 Kwun Tong Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon

Storefront of DON DON DONKI at night

Convenience at your fingertips

In dire need to replenish your groceries? There are round-the-clock supermarkets and convenience stores in the city for your midnight grocery needs. Japanese discount store chain DON DON DONKI’s Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui branches operate 24/7, offering a wide range of products from household items and snacks to cosmetics. Local supermarket chain Wellcome’s Great George Street store in Causeway Bay also keeps its doors open round the clock. Head to convenience store chains 7-Eleven and Circle K scattered across the city for late-night snacks and everyday essentials.

Lit up shop signs along a busy street in Tsim Sha Tsui

After-hours beauty bliss

Indulge in a late-night beauty spree at LCX, situated inside Harbour City. It’s a one-stop fashion and lifestyle hub where you can explore a wide selection of beauty accessories from renowned international brands until 10pm. Sasa’s branches across the city stay open until 10pm and offer an array of cosmetics and personal care products. If you’re on a budget, Lung Fung Mall is your go-to pharmacy for affordable personal care items, cosmetics and medical products. Their Tsim Sha Tsui and Mong Kok shops are open until 11:30pm on weekends. 

Looking for unique souvenirs? Continue your shopping spree at these colourful street markets in Hong Kong.

Information in this article is subject to change without advance notice. Please contact the relevant product or service providers for enquiries.

The Hong Kong Tourism Board disclaims any liability as to the quality or fitness for purpose of third party products and services; and makes no representation or warranty as to the accuracy, adequacy or reliability of any information contained herein.

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