Named in 1917 as Wan Chai Market, originally a wet place where traders would exchange their products. It was also utilized as a port for Bullock Carts back then, calling it ‘Wet Garage’.
Boasting its array of street vendors—peddling everything from fresh food (i.e. vegetables, seafood, meat, etc.). to toys and other things around the area. Wan Chai market sets to be the best place in the City, visited by local food lovers and even favored by gourmands. Most of the good food is inside the building, and around it, you’ll find several interesting shops in different sections. Incense shops, dried fruits, other Cantonese essentials, noodles, toys, clothes, towels, and many more!