By Hong Kong standards, the wetmarket on Haiphong Road is pretty bare-bones. It’s small, with no more than twenty vendors, and it’s housed in an awfully makeshift structure that sits under and around a highway overpass. (Indeed, it’s officially known as a “temporary market,” although it doesn’t appear to be going anywhere anytime soon.) Step inside, however, and you’ll discover a half-dozen halal butchers that serve the city’s sizable Pakistani community.
Tags: Exploring the City, Hong Kong, Kowloon, Market