Dried Seafood and Tonic Food Streets

Location: Dried seafood street| Accessibility category: Open-air market and themed shopping street | Accessibility information: Dried seafood street

Accessibility Index
Attractions Evaluation
The entrance and exit are equipped with manual doors, and the width is roughly suitable for wheelchairs to pass through, some of which may require assistance from others
The passage is high or low or has a few steps, wheelchairs / people with reduced mobility must be assisted by others
There is no need or a wide drop lift to reach all floors, wheelchairs / people with reduced mobility can use them alone
The staff is friendly and courteous, and can provide consulting services for wheelchairs / people with reduced mobility
The space channel is generally wide and flat, wheelchairs / people with reduced mobility may require assistance from others

suitable category

  • Family family
  • Physical Disability
  • Manual wheelchair
  • Wheelchair companion
  • Electric wheelchair
  • Elderly
  • Couple
  • Photoman
  • Pregnant woman

Local Facilities

  •   Available by subway (within 15 minutes walk)
  •   Bus reachable (within 15 minutes walk)


Dried Seafood Street is a characteristic shopping district in Hong Kong. It is located in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong Island. It mainly includes a section of Des Voeux Road West between Queen Street and Main Street and the entire Wing Lok Street. It is a concentrated area of Hong Kong seafood and other related industries. Shortly after Hong Kong opened as a port in the 19th century, Sheung Wan developed into an important Chinese business district. In the area of the current seafood street, many seafood shops have been opened one after another, selling seafood such as abalone, ginseng, fin belly, etc., many of which have been in operation until now. On the other hand, there are also many similar or related industries, such as processing plants for salted fish, shark fin, hemp bags and reed poles.

Accessibility description

Dried Seafood Street is just a characteristic street, basically without barrier-free facilities, the local passage is relatively narrow and there are a small amount of uneven high-bottomed places without ramps, wheelchair users are not recommended to go alone.

 FG Tips

Most seafood shops on both sides of Sheung Wan's Dried Ginseng and Bird's Nest Street (Des Voeux Road West) have stone steps. Wheelchair users should pay special attention.

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Relevant information

Address : Wing Lok St, Sheung Wan

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Traffic Information

Accessibility Index
- There are a lot of bus routes to reach
Meeting Facilities
MTR Sai Ying Pun Station Exit A2

Meeting Facilities


- Sai Ying Pun Seafood Street is just a characteristic street, so there is no official entrance. You can reach Des Voeux Road West from Exit A2 of MTR Sai Ying Pun Station

Channel Design

- Haiwei Street, Sai Ying Pun, has narrow passages and a small amount of unevenness. There is no ramp. It is not recommended for wheelchair users to go alone


- There are no accessible toilets at Hai Mei Street, Sai Ying Pun. If necessary, you can use the accessible toilets located at Sheung Wan MTR Station or Sai Ying Pun MTR Station


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