Share the fun of the 1980’s with your kids when you visit the Toy Street Market Hong Kong.
Oh, how we wish we’d found out about this before our most recent trip.
Tai Yuen street will have you laughing and sighing with joy as you flashback to your childhood and remember the fun of these toys. There are classics, stuff you’ll remember from your Christmas stocking, plus hundreds of new gadgets and gizmos and all the latest fads your kids will go wild for.
Be prepared to fork out for a souvenir here.
You cannot leave without one.
Take a look.
Toy Street Market Hong Kong!
You’ll find limited edition figurines, bubbles, party decorations, balloons, stuff for celebrations,school supplies, action figures, racing cars and more. It’s not just street stalls either.
There’s actual shops too, many of them that sell Anime-style character toys and outfits too.
The Essential Information
The Toy Street Market Hong Kong is in Wan Chai. Take the MTR to Wan Chai Station Exit A3. Walk for around two minutes to Tai Yuen Street.
Comic Culture Walk is here too!
At Comic Culture Walk, you’ll meet the 36 statues of local animation and comic characters set up at the Wan Chai Temporary Promenade.
Ani-Com Park@Harbour “Fun” is a selfie-themed garden filled with life size Ani com sculptures and statues.
Plus, giant replicas of famous Hong Kong food like egg-tarts or milk tea.
To get there, head to MTR Wan Chai Station Exit A5, walk along the footbridge of O’Brien Road, pass through Immigration Tower and Central Plaza to the Convention Plaza.
Turn right and head straight to the footbridge to Great Eagle Centre. Get off the footbridge on the first exit.
From there, follow the signs and head to Ani-Com Park@Harbour”FUN” through Fleming Road and Expo Drive East.
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